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Sonego vs Federer Head to Head:
Lorenzo Sonego is meeting Roger Federer in the first round of Roland Garros in Paris, France. The match between Lorenzo Sonego and Roger Federer will take place on outdoor clay courts.
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In case everything go off as scheduled, we may view a final stage between Rafa Nadal and Nole. In this instance, it is extremely difficult to anticipate the winner, because the two tennis players proved an excellent shape: Novak Djokovic all around and also Rafael Nadal on his last event. For Novak Djokovic, it’ll be an all-time record if he is able to secure the trophy for an extra time. This should also help him stay strong at the top of the ATP ranks in this year.
Nadal is going through one of the most unfortunate clay seasons in his own professional career. Normally, the Spanish player reigned over this moment of year by succeeding at almost every events. This current year, he was just capable to gain the Rome Open but he couldn’t reach another final.
Zverev starts up as being the 5th favorite, although the German tennis player doesn’t have any chances when it comes to gaining the title. Despite the fact he recently claimed the ATP Geneva a few days ago, Alexander Zverev just isn’t competing as effective as he once did. He almost missed the battle into the ATP Finals in London and then he will definitely fall out of the Top Ten if he continuously compete like that. Altogether, you should not expect much out of the German player during this Roland Garros.
There may be a lot of writing about Dominic Thiem’s odds to gain his initial Grand Slam championship this current year, in France. The Austrian tennis player improved his game and in addition claimed a couple of key competitions this year. He is additionally a good clay player and he can easily undertake huge names like Nole or Nadal. Thiem sets out as the fourth pick and we think this can be a right presumption.
Federer has returned in Paris just for this French Grand Slam edition, probably his own final big tournament on clay. The Swiss may not be excited when considering the red surface, since he adores much faster surfaces like lawn or hard courts. Yet, Roger Federer is still viewed as one of the best players on clay surfaces because of the several Roland Garros finals he competed (and also shed) against Rafa Nadal.