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Hanfmann vs Nadal Head to Head:

Yannick Hanfmann
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Rafael Nadal
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Rafael Nadal was born on 3 June 1986 in Spain. Nadal plays left-handed (two-handed backhand) and he’s coached by Carlos Moya & Toni Nadal. Rafael Nadal has won 80 titles in his career (17 Grand Slam titles). Nadal height: 1.85 m.

Yannick Hanfmann is meeting Rafael Nadal in the first round of Roland Garros in Paris, France. The match between Yannick Hanfmann and Rafael Nadal will be contested on outdoor clay courts.
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Regarded by bookmakers as being the second pick, Novak Djokovic will surely have a very good performance in France. The Serbian is regarded by many as being the genuine favourite from the event. His performances on clay are superior to Rafael Nadal’s and also, let’s keep in mind, the Serbian desires to dominate when he reaches the main position in the ATP rankings. An extra Grand Slam championship added into his own range of titles would not harm and thus Novak Djokovic seems determined to succeed this current year in Paris.

Rafa Nadal is actually having one of the most awful clay seasons in his professional career. Normally, the Spanish player controlled this moment of the year by getting virtually every events. This season, he was merely prepared to gain the Rome Open and after that he didn’t achieve some other final.

The fresh champion of the ATP Geneva, Zverev, is having a horrible season. He wasn’t prepared to defend his own titles, shedding lots of points at the same time. Much more, he is experiencing a lot of issues reaching a eligible spot for the London ATP Finals. To provide a conclusion, we should never expect to see him competing in the next 7 days of French Grand Slam, but, as always in tennis, strange facts may happen.

Dominic Thiem will start being the fourth favorite and he is also last year’s finalist, consequently he will attempt to repeat that all round performance. There are several odds for Dominic Thiem to receive the title in France, but they are slim. The Austrian player proved everybody he’s very effective at defeating big players on clay courts and he always is a clay specialist. He’s currently ready to handle any player and then he may be the shock champion everybody is expecting.

Federer has returned in France for this particular French Open edition, maybe his own ultimate large event on clay surfaces. The Swiss may not be thrilled when it comes to the red surface, because he likes much faster courts like grass or hard. Even so, Roger Federer continues to be known as one of the greatest players on clay courts because of the many Roland Garros finals he performed (and shed) in opposition to Rafa Nadal.

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