Spanish Raphael Nadal And serbian Novak Djokovic They will not be able to recover permanently Roland Garros Last year, since Thursday’s draw in Paris, I have put them on the same side of the table.
Also Swiss Roger Federer He’s at that part of the road so he will meet Djokovic in the quarter-finals if they both reach that stage of the competition.
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The upper segment houses the most successful tennis players, with 59 Grand Slam titles, compared to those at the bottom, which added only 1, last year’s US Open to Austria. Dominic Tim.
Nadal, who is looking to add his 21st Grand Slam tournament, 14th on the Paris clay, will start his career against Australian Alexei Bopyrin, number 61 in the world at the age of 21.
If the hierarchy of the ranking is respected, then his opponent in the round of 16 will be the young Italian Yannick Sener, who defeated him in the quarter-finals in the last edition, but is currently, at the age of 19, ranked 19 in the world.
In the quarter-finals, Nadal is supposed to find himself against Russian Andrei Rublev, the hangman in the final edition of the Monte Carlo Masters 1000.
Nadal and Djokovic could play the duel of No. 58 in a virtual semi-final at Roland Garros, after defeating the Spaniards of the world number one in the last two matches, the final in Paris last year and this version in Rome, which puts the victory of the Serbian in his own face.
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Djokovic was more fortunate in the draw. He will make his debut against American Tenness Sandgren and find no opponent he will place his place until the quarter-finals against Federer.
On the other side of the Russian image Daniel Medvedev Number 2 in the world, he will try to beat the first round in Paris for the first time against Kazakh Alexander Public, before finding himself in a virtual quarter-final against Greece’s Stephanos Tsitsipas, who is playing his first match against Frenchman Jeremy. Shardy.
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Austrian Dominic Thiem, fourth in the world, who has reached the final twice at Roland Garros, will start against Spain’s Pablo Andogar and intersect his way to a new final in the quarter-finals with German Alexander Zverev.
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