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Londero vs Moutet Head to Head:
Juan Londero is meeting Corentin Moutet in the third round of Roland Garros in Paris, France. The match between Juan Londero and Corentin Moutet will be contested on outdoor clay courts.
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Rafael Nadal is having one of the worst clay seasons of his career. Usually, the Spanish player dominated this time of year by winning almost every tournament. This year, he was only able to win the Rome Masters and didn’t reached any other final.
If all things go as planned, we might see a final between Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic. In this case, it’s very hard to predict the winner, since both players showed a good form: Novak Djokovic overall and Rafael Nadal on his last tournament. For Novak Djokovic, it will be a record if he manages to win the title for a second time. This will also help him remain dominant at the top of the ATP rankings for this year.
Alexander Zverev starts as the fifth seed, but the German player doesn’t have a chance when it comes to winning the title. Even though he just won the ATP Geneva a few days ago, Alexander Zverev is not playing as good as he used to. He almost lost the race to the ATP Finals and he will surely drop out of the Top 10 if he continues to play like that. Overall, we should not expect much from the German player at this Roland Garros.
Roger Federer is back in Paris for this Roland Garros edition, maybe his last big tournament on clay. The Swiss is not very excited when it comes to the red surface, as he prefers much faster courts like grass or hard. However, Roger Federer is still seen as one of the greatest players on clay because of the many Roland Garros finals he played (and lost) against Rafael Nadal.
There’s a lot of talking about Dominic Thiem’s chances to win his first Grand Slam title this year, in Paris. The Austrian player improved his game and also won two big tournaments this season. He’s also a very good clay player and he can easily take on big names like Novak Djokovic or Rafael Nadal. Dominic Thiems starts as the fourth favourite and we think this is a correct assumption.