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Tsitsipas vs Dellien Head to Head:

Stefanos Tsitsipas
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Hugo Dellien
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Stefanos Tsitsipas was born on 12 August 1998 in Greece. Tsitsipas plays right-handed (one-handed backhand) and he’s coached by Apostolos Tsitsipas. Stefanos Tsitsipas has won 1 titles in his career (0 Grand Slam titles). Tsitsipas height: 1.93 m.

Stefanos Tsitsipas is meeting Hugo Dellien in the second round of Roland Garros in Paris, France. The match between Stefanos Tsitsipas and Hugo Dellien will be contested on outdoor clay courts.
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Even though Rafael Nadal was dominant at the Rome Masters and won the final with ease, he’s not having a good clay season. In fact, it is one of his worst seasons on clay. He starts the Roland Garros as the second seed, due to the ATP rankings, but he’s not at all the main favourite, a situation which almost never happened before.

Regarded by the bookies as the second favourite, Novak Djokovic will surely have a good run in Paris. The Serbian is seen by many as the true favourite of the tournament. His performances on clay are better than Rafael Nadal’s and, let’s not forget, the Serbian like to dominate once he reaches the number one spot in the ATP rankings. One more Grand Slam title added to his collection of titles couldn’t hurt and Novak Djokovic seems determined to win this year in Paris.

The fresh winner of the ATP Geneva, Alexander Zverev, is having an awful season. He was not able to defend his titles, losing many ranking points in the process. Even more, he’s now having a lot of problems reaching a qualifying place for the ATP Finals. As a conclusion, we should not expect to see him playing in the second week of Roland Garros, but, as always in tennis, weird things may happen.

Roger Federer’s comeback on clay was discussed a lot all over the internet. The Swiss player has had a good run, overall, taking into account he did not play on clay for almost two years. However, even if he’s the third seed, nobody really thinks Roger Federer will advance into the final or even the semifinals. However, anything is possible and we might witness some interesting matches along the way. Anyway, it’s hard to believe that Roger Federer will have a chance against Rafael Nadal or Novak Djokovic.

Dominic Thiem starts as the fourth favourite and he’s also last year’s finalist, so he will try to repeat that performance. There are some chances for Dominic Thiem to get the title in Paris, however they are slim. The Austrian player showed everyone he’s capable of defeating big names on clay and he always was a clay specialist. He’s now ready to take on anyone and he might be the surprise winner everybody is expecting.

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