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Haase vs Kohlschreiber Head to Head:

Robin Haase
1
Philipp Kohlschreiber
2


Robin Haase was born on 6 April 1987 in Netherlands. Haase plays right-handed (two-handed backhand) and he’s coached by Raymond Knaap. Robin Haase has won 2 titles in his career (0 Grand Slam titles). Haase height: 1.90 m.


Philipp Kohlschreiber was born on 16 October 1983 in Austria. Kohlschreiber plays right-handed (one-handed backhand) and he’s coached by Lars Übel. Philipp Kohlschreiber has won 8 titles in his career (0 Grand Slam titles). Kohlschreiber height: 1.78 m.

Robin Haase is meeting Philipp Kohlschreiber in the first round of Roland Garros in Paris, France. The match between Robin Haase and Philipp Kohlschreiber will be contested on outdoor clay courts.
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With regards to Novak Djokovic, the Roland Garros could possibly be the start of creating a fresh record in tennis. If the Serbian player wins the trophy in Paris, he will be the sole player to get the French Open a second time within the dominating time period of Rafa Nadal. Djokovic will also have the opportunity to distance himself and the others of players in the ATP ranks, at about 4000 ranking points, starting to be again the dominating top player.

Rafa Nadal commences this Roland Garros leaving one of the most awful clay periods he ever had. He picked up just one important championship (Rome Open) out from three available, and he’s not the important pick in Paris. Nevertheless, he really feels good enough to arrive at the last four or perhaps the final.

Alexander Zverev will start as the fifth favourite, although the German tennis player does not have a chance on the subject of winning the championship. Despite the fact that he just recently claimed the Geneva Open a few days ago, Zverev just isn’t performing as good as he previously used to. He nearly wasted the battle to the ATP Finals and he will certainly fall out of the Top Ten in case he carries on to perform this way. Altogether, you should not count on very much from the German tennis player during this French Grand Slam.

There is certainly plenty of talking about Dominic Thiem’s odds to secure his first Grand Slam trophy this current year, in France. The Austrian player enhanced his performance and in addition triumphed in two huge tournaments in 2019. He’s also a top notch clay surfaces player and then he can easily handle large names like Nole or Rafael Nadal. Dominic Thiem starts being the fourth pick therefore we feel this is a right supposition.

Roger Federer’s come back on clay has been talked about quite a bit all over the internet. The Swiss tennis player has experienced an effective race, in general, bearing in mind he did not compete on clay surfaces for about a couple of years. However, despite the fact that he’s the 3rd favorite, none of us genuinely believes Roger Federer may advance into the big final or even the semifinals. However, everything may be possible therefore we may well watch a few unique meets along the way. Anyhow, it’s hard to think the fact that Federer can have any chances against Nadal or even Djokovic.

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