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Roland Garros 2018

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Date : 27 May – 10 June
Location : Paris, France
Prize Money : €39,197,000
Venue : Roland Garros Stadium
2017 Champions
Men’s Singles : Rafael Nadal
Women’s Singles : Jeļena Ostapenko
Live/Repeat: Live

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The clay at Roland Garros is red, grass is green, and the women’s singles field at the second Grand Slam of the year is open. Some things go without saying.

The last six Majors have been won by six different women and the defending champion at French Open is someone who had lifted her first tennis title as an unseeded player last year. Most of the top seeds, and some even not seeded, have the game to lift the trophy so it is practically impossible to predict a winner, or even the last four.

If the men’s preview was all about the runaway favourite Rafael Nadal and if any contender can challenge him, the women’s preview is about the many, many contenders in the mix.

Usually in such cases one would look at the most consistent performers on clay this season, the top seed and the player who had won the first Slam of the year perhaps. But women’s tennis doesn’t work like that.

The sun was beaming on the city of style, the capital of global fashion. And so was the ten-time Roland Garros champion Rafael Nadal as he entertained on kids day. The weather, a little sharp for a spring afternoon, was perhaps a reflection of the form of the top-seed, who’ll look to thread another historic charge. But before the clouds gathered and business kickstarted, when the bounce was still high and that electric carpet of red-brown dirt was playing true, the Spanish superstar teamed with rival Novak Djokovic for a fun matchup against Simona Halep and Alexander Zverev.

Nadal, who has long sealed his authority on the terre battue , or broken earth, opens his campaign against luck loser & world No. 130 Simone Bolelli. The Spaniard, overwhelming favourite to win the title, got some relief from the draw, lodged as he is in the more predictable top half. The seventh-seeded Austrian Dominic Thiem, who ended Nadal’s clay court streak of 21 wins in the Madrid quarterfinals, and secondseeded German Zverev are in the bottom half of the draw. Former winner Djokovic, now ranked 22, one of only two men to have beaten the 31-year-old Nadal here, is also in same half as Thiem and Zverev.

Johannesburg – South Africa’s highest ranked tennis player, Kevin Anderson, may be the man to stop clay king Rafael Nadal from claiming his 11th French Open title.

While many tennis connoisseurs around the globe take it as a foregone conclusion that the Spaniard will reign supreme, many South Africans will be wondering if their compatriot can pull off a shocker when the pair meet in the quarter-finals. If Anderson makes it that far, that is.

The South African’s first hurdle is Italian veteran Paolo Lorenzi, who he meets in the first round. Lorenzi (36) is currently ranked 74th in the Association Tennis Professional (ATP) world rankings. Anderson won their last clash in the 2017 US Open.

Djokovic and Zverev confident ahead of first round clashes

Novak Djokovic and Alexander Zverev confident ahead of first-round clashes.

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