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Konta vs Davis Head to Head:
Johanna Konta is meeting Lauren Davis in the second round of Roland Garros in Paris, France. The match between Johanna Konta and Lauren Davis will take place on outdoor clay courts.
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For former champion Simona Halep, this year was not a good one. She missed twice the chance to grab a trophy, first in Qatar and again in Madrid. However, since there are not many female players good on clay courts, she can be regarded as one of the favourites of Roland Garros.
Kiki Bertens looks like the most improved player of this season. She is now on the 4th place, ready to climb some more. But that is not important. The most important thing is that Kiki Bertens is viewed as the player with the second best chances to win the Roland Garros tournament. She just won the Madrid Masters and, if history repeats itself, we might see her lifting her first Grand Slam title.
For some unknown reasons and maybe because of the ATP rankings, Naomi Osaka is credited with the third chance to win the trophy, even though she did not show a good form during the clay season. However, it is highly unlikely that Naomi Osaka will reach an advanced stage of the competition, mainly because she is simply not good on clay. However, as surprises may arise anytime in tennis, everything is possible.
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.