French Open Novak Djokovic
Novak Djokovic Vs Rafael Nadal at the French Open
It was difficult to predict the French Open. Novak Djokovic, the defending champion, looked like the favorite going into the tournament. But Rafael Nadal’s form wasn’t certain. The Spaniard was recovering from a fractured rib and was having trouble finding his best form. His preparation was also hampered due to a flare-up in his chronic foot injury. Although he still had a chance of winning the tournament, the Spanish player has never been in his best form in Paris.
Novak Djokovic has the edge over Nadal. The world No. Although he is only playing in a few tournaments this year – his record at Roland Garros stands out. He has won 21 Grand Slam titles, and is currently 12-4. The defending champion hasn’t lost a set in over five years.
The French Open begins on May 22. Novak Djokovic may be allowed to defend his title, even after a turbulent year. He was not immunized against COVID-19 and was denied entry to Indian Wells and Miami Open tournaments. The French government has recently changed their COVID-19 vaccination requirements, which will allow him to compete at the tournament.
The French Open runs Monday, May 16 through Sunday, June 5. The Qualifying rounds begin on May 16, and the main draw starts on May 22. The day session begins at 5 a.m. ET, while the night session starts at 3 p.m. After the quarterfinals, the day session will be over. You can watch the French Open on NBC and on Tennis Channel.
Novak Djokovic was a participant in the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships. He lost to Jiri Vesely in the quarterfinals. The Serb has never missed the French Open in his career, and has won Roland Garros twice. He is scheduled to play in the 2022 French Open, which will start on May 22.
Djokovic is the defending champion of the French Open. After winning Wimbledon for his 20th major title, the Serbian will be looking to match Nadal’s record of 21 Grand Slam titles. The French Open is the oldest tournament in the world. The defending champion will be determined defend his title.
The French Open’s last four matches are highly anticipated. Djokovic will play world No 195 Aljaz Bedene, while Rafael Nadal will face 26th seed Botic van de Zandschulp. The French Open is known for being a grind.