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Fucsovics vs Schwartzman Head to Head:

Marton Fucsovics
Diego Schwartzman

Marton Fucsovics was born on 8 February 1992 in Hungary. Fucsovics plays right-handed (two-handed backhand) and he’s coached by Attila Savolt. Marton Fucsovics has won 1 titles in his career (0 Grand Slam titles). Fucsovics height: 1.88 m.

Diego Schwartzman was born on 16 August 1992 in Argentina. Schwartzman plays right-handed (two handed-backhand) and he’s coached by Juan Ignacio Chela. Diego Schwartzman has won 2 titles in his career (0 Grand Slam titles). Schwartzman height: 1.70 m.

Marton Fucsovics is meeting Diego Schwartzman in the first round of Roland Garros in Paris, France. The match between Marton Fucsovics and Diego Schwartzman will be contested on outdoor clay courts.
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Regarded by the bookmakers to be the 2nd pick, Novak Djokovic will obviously have a very good performance in France. The Serbian tennis player is seen by a lot of people as the true favourite of the event. His sets on clay surfaces are superior to Nadal’s and additionally, let’s remember, the Serbian desires to reign over after he arrives at the main place inside the ATP rankings. A further Grand Slam title included to his own collection of titles cannot hurt and Novak Djokovic appears motivated to win this year in Paris.

Even if Rafael Nadal seemed to be dominant at the Rome Masters and also claimed the final match easily, he’s not having a great clay time. In reality, it is actually certainly one of his own hardest seasons on clay courts. He will begin the Roland Garros as being the second favourite, mainly because of the ATP ratings, but he is not in the slightest the principal favorite, a circumstance which nearly never took place in the past.

The latest champion of the ATP Geneva, Zverev, has an awful year. He was not able to defend his own trophies, shedding many ranking points along the way. Substantially more, he is having a lot of problems attaining a eligible spot for the London ATP Finals. Like a bottom line, we must not expect to see him playing inside the subsequent week of Roland Garros, but, as always in professional tennis, unique things can happen.

There may be plenty of talking about Thiem’s odds to secure his very first Grand Slam trophy in 2019, in France. The Austrian tennis player increased his performance and also picked up 2 large events in 2019. He’s additionally a top notch clay surfaces tennis player and he can easily tackle huge tennis players like Djokovic or Nadal. Thiem sets out as the 4th favorite and we all believe this is a accurate presumption.

Everyone will be delighted to check out Roger Federer back on clay surfaces for the French Open in France. This perhaps would be the last season when the Swiss tennis player will show up at the contest in France, as we know he isn’t a major enthusiast of competing on the red surface. Whatever could happen within the French Grand Slam, we’re also confident that Federer will reach the second week in Paris, yet not the very last levels. The Swiss demonstrated a fair condition in the previous clay courts events, however, not enough to get over Rafa Nadal, Djokovic and even Thiem.

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