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Amanda Anisimova is meeting Aliona Bolsova in the fourth round of Roland Garros in Paris, France. The match between Amanda Anisimova and Aliona Bolsova will be disputed on outdoor clay courts.
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With no titles so far in 2019, Simona Halep is still viewed as the top favourite at winning (again) the Roland Garros. This is due to the fact that Simona Halep remains one of the few female players who are pretty much dominant on clay.
There is no surprise that Kiki Bertens comes second when we are talking about chances of winning the Roland Garros. Kiki Bertens showed an exceptional form this season and the good results can be also seen in the rankings, where she climbed up to the fourth position, a career best. Also, she plays very well on clay, a feature that most female players don’t posses. There will be little surprise if we are going to see Kiki Bertens winning the Roland Garros this year.
The leader of the WTA rankings begins the tournament with the third chance to win the trophy. Even though Naomi Osaka never showed great skills on clay, the semifinal played at the Madrid Masters must have propelled her as the third favourite. But the chances to see Naomi Osaka lift the trophy in Paris are pretty slim. If she is in a good form overall, she might be able to reach a higher stage in the tournament. Also, let’s keep in mind that Naomi Osaka already won two Grand Slams, so she’s got the experience needed for such a great success.
This year’s Roland Garros looks like it will be won by an outsider. Simona Halep is not in full form and also she is without her coach, Darren Cahill, the man who aided her in winning the first title. A comeback which everybody is expecting is Bianca Andreescu, who finally recovered from an injury which forced her to stop playing for over two months. We’ll see how the Canadian player will perform on this tournament and if she can keep up the good pace from a few months ago.
The winner of the Rome Masters, Karolina Pliskova, is not seen as a big favourite at the title, and the same goes for her compatriot, Petra Kvitova. Although both players had solid performances this year, both on clay and hard, the red surface is just not their playground.