So, who will win the French Open Tennis Tournament this year?
Can anyone beat Nadal?
Hmmm, looks like Nadal is playing really good tennis right now and he is still the king on clay.
It would be hard for anyone to beat him...but you never know, anything can happen as Soderling beat him last year.
What about Del Potro? Does he have a chance? When he's really on form, he is unstoppable.
I haven't been following. Is Nadal healthy right now?
I say Nadal if he is.
It should end up being a Nadal - Federer final with the way both of them are playing right now. Federer is coming into form and Nadal, I don't think, has even dropped a set of clay yet.
If that final does happen Nadal probably will be the favorite, but Fed is the defending champion, so you never know what could happen
by MickiS 6 years ago
Anyone want to venture a guess at predicting the results for this year's French Open? It's about 6 weeks away and the clay court season is well under way. I think this is the year that Nadal loses in the final. It just might be the year for Djokovic.On the women's side, I hate to admit it, but...
by MickiS 6 years ago
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by Jinesh07 7 years ago
With Federer leading the pack in terms of Grand Slams, many are stating that he is the greatest player of all time. However, are the efforts of Borg, McEnroe and others greater even though they did not win as many slams?
by vanchen 7 years ago
Grand Slam tennis season again. So far all of the mens seeds have won, excluding the 16th seed Mardy Fish. Favorites are, as always, Federer and Nadal. Thoughts on the tournament?
by vanchen 8 years ago
Don't know how many tennis fans we have here on HP, but for those of you who are out there... what do you think?He's the second youngest to do it, and the first since Laver to win French, Wimby, and US in a row. He's now on pace to beat Roger's record of 16 slams (that's assuming Roger won't...
by Anthony Binks 5 years ago
Is Roger Federer past his prime?There is no doubt that Roger Federer is one of the greatest tennis players ever but with Murray, Nadal and Djokovic all winning grand slams in the last couple of years is Roger starting to slide?
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