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DeMinaur vs Carreno Head to Head:
Alex DeMinaur is meeting Pablo Carreno in the second round of Roland Garros in Paris, France. The match between Alex DeMinaur and Pablo Carreno will be disputed on outdoor clay courts.
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Rafael Nadal begins this Roland Garros leaving behind one of the worst clay seasons he ever had. He won only one major title (Rome Masters) out of three possible, and he’s not the key favourite in Paris. However, he still looks strong enough to reach the semifinals or even the final.
Regarded by the bookies as the second favourite, Novak Djokovic will surely have a good run in Paris. The Serbian is seen by many as the true favourite of the tournament. His performances on clay are better than Rafael Nadal’s and, let’s not forget, the Serbian like to dominate once he reaches the number one spot in the ATP rankings. One more Grand Slam title added to his collection of titles couldn’t hurt and Novak Djokovic seems determined to win this year in Paris.
The fresh winner of the ATP Geneva, Alexander Zverev, is having an awful season. He was not able to defend his titles, losing many ranking points in the process. Even more, he’s now having a lot of problems reaching a qualifying place for the ATP Finals. As a conclusion, we should not expect to see him playing in the second week of Roland Garros, but, as always in tennis, weird things may happen.
Everyone will be excited to see Roger Federer back on clay at the Roland Garros in Paris. This maybe will be the last year when the Swiss player will attend the tournament in Paris, as we know he’s not a big fan of playing on the red surface. Whatever will happen at the Roland Garros, we are sure that Roger Federer will reach the second week in Paris, but not the final stages. The Swiss showed a decent form in the previous clay tournaments, but not enough to overcome Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic or even Dominic Thiem.
It was a very good clay season for Austrian player Dominic Thiem. He won one tournament (ATP Barcelona) and also reached the semifinal at the Madrid Masters, where he lost to Novak Djokovic. Overall, he was able to defeat Rafael Nadal in Barcelona, stopping the dominance of the Spanish player. Dominic Thiem is also last year’s finalist and he will try hard to reach at least the same stage of the competition, a thing that seems to be hard. However, the Austrian player has improved his game lately, so he might have a shot at the title.