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Carreno vs Sousa Head to Head:

Pablo Carreno
Joao Sousa

Pablo Carreno was born on 12 July 1991 in Spain. Carreno plays right-handed (two handed-backhand) and he’s coached by Samuel Lopez. Pablo Carreno has won 3 titles in his career (0 Grand Slam titles). Carreno height: 1.88 m.

Joao Sousa was born on 30 March 1989 in Portugal. Sousa plays right-handed (two-handed backhand) and he’s coached by Frederico Marques. Joao Sousa has won 3 titles in his career (0 Grand Slam titles). Sousa height: 1.85 m.

Pablo Carreno is meeting Joao Sousa in the first round of Roland Garros in Paris, France. The match between Pablo Carreno and Joao Sousa will be disputed on outdoor clay courts.
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Viewed by bookmakers as being the 2nd pick, Nole will definitely have a great race in France. The Serbian tennis player is seen by many as being the genuine favorite within the tournament. His particular sets on clay courts are better than Rafael Nadal’s and, let’s keep in mind, the Serbian really wants to dominate as soon as he arrives at the number one place inside the ATP ratings. An extra Grand Slam trophy added to his own collection of trophies cannot harm and therefore Nole seems decided to triumph this current year in Paris.

Even if Rafael Nadal has been strong in the Rome Open and even picked up the decisive match with ease, he’s not having a decent clay surfaces time. The truth is, it truly is certainly one of his hardest periods on clay courts. He starts out the French Grand Slam as the 2nd favorite, due to the ATP ratings, yet he isn’t at all the principal favorite, a scenario which nearly never took place earlier.

The new champion of the ATP Geneva, Alexander Zverev, has a bad period. He wasn’t able to shield his own titles, shedding lots of points during this process. A whole lot more, he is experiencing a great deal of issues attaining a qualifying place for the London ATP Finals. Like a conclusion, we must certainly not expect to see him competing inside the next 7 days of French Open, nevertheless, as usual in tennis, unique situations may occur.

Dominic Thiem will start as being the fourth favourite and additionally he’s at the same time past year’s finalist, and so he will attempt to duplicate this all round performance. There are some prospects for Thiem to receive the trophy in Paris, however they’re small. The Austrian tennis player revealed everyone he’s very effective at beating significant names on clay and then he at all times is a clay specialist. He’s currently prepared to undertake any player and he could possibly be the shock winner everyone is wanting.

Roger Federer has returned in France for this French Open edition, probably his own last large competition on clay surfaces. The Swiss tennis player may not be excited in regards to the clay, as he favors much faster courts including grass or hard courts. Yet, Federer continues to be considered as one of the biggest players on clay mainly because of the several Roland Garros finals he competed (and shed) against Rafa Nadal.

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