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Tsonga vs Gojowczyk Head to Head:

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga
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Peter Gojowczyk
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Peter Gojowczyk was born on 15 July 1989 in Germany. Gojowczyk plays right-handed (two-handed backhand) and he’s coached by Alexander Satschko. Peter Gojowczyk has won 1 titles in his career (0 Grand Slam titles). Gojowczyk height: 1.88 m.

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga is meeting Peter Gojowczyk in the first round of Roland Garros in Paris, France. The match between Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and Peter Gojowczyk will take place on outdoor clay courts.
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Deemed by bookmakers as being the second pick, Djokovic will surely have a very good run in France. The Serbian tennis player is regarded by a lot of people as being the actual favorite of the event. His own performances on clay surfaces are superior to Nadal’s and also, let’s keep in mind, the Serbian enjoys to rule after he attains the top spot inside the ATP rankings. An extra Grand Slam trophy added into his own bunch of trophies could not harm and thus Nole looks decided to win in 2019 in Paris.

Besides the fact that Rafa Nadal appeared to be dominating at the Rome Masters and claimed the final without any difficulty, he isn’t experiencing a great clay period. In reality, it happens to be undoubtedly one of his own hardest times on clay courts. He starts the Roland Garros as being the 2nd favourite, mainly because of the ATP ratings, however he’s not in the slightest the most important pick, a situation which nearly in no way occurred in the past.

Alexander Zverev starts as being the 5th favourite, nevertheless, the German player doesn’t have a a chance when you’re thinking of gaining the title. Even though he just recently picked up the Geneva Open a few days ago, Alexander Zverev is just not performing just like he previously used to. He nearly missed the race towards the ATP Finals and then he will surely fall out of the Top Ten in the event that he continues to play like that. Overall, we should definitely not count on a lot out of the German player during this French Grand Slam.

It had been a decent clay season for Austrian player Dominic Thiem. He picked up 1 competition (Barcelona Open) and in addition reached the semifinal at the Madrid Open, where he missed to Djokovic. All in all, he was able to defeat Rafael Nadal in Barcelona, ending the prominence of the Spanish player. Dominic Thiem is likewise last year’s finalist and the man will try hard to attain at least a similar stage of the contest, something which definitely seems to be hard. Then again, the Austrian tennis player seems to have improved his performance recently, so he might have a very good opportunity at the trophy.

Federer’s come back on clay was discussed a whole lot all over the web. The Swiss player has had a great performance, in general, taking into account he decided not to compete on clay courts for nearly 2 years. Having said that, despite the fact that he is the third favorite, absolutely no one truly believes Roger Federer will advance into the final or even the last 4. However, nearly anything is achievable and we all may possibly experience a few interesting games en route. In any event, it’s hard to believe that The Swiss Maestro will have a chance alongside Nadal or Nole.

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