Roland-Garros: Tough Competition Awaits Djokovic

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Roland-Garros: He announces bad news to Djokovic

Published on May 21, 2024 at 4:35 a.m.

On May 26, the first round of Roland-Garros officially begins. This year, there is a lot of suspense over who will succeed Novak Djokovic. Indeed, the Serb is not in top form, and he may not succeed in winning the tournament again. Especially since many players have the ability to bring down the Djoker.

Several questions arise before the official start of Roland-Garros. Perhaps the most important is whether Rafael Nadal will manage to shine for what will probably be his last participation in the Paris tournament. But the question can also arise for Novak Djokovic who is currently in very difficulty.

Djokovic will have some tough competitors

Novak Djokovic has not won a single tournament since the start of the season and he will therefore not be able to Roland-Garros in the shape of his life. THE Djoker won last year, but this season, there are many who can bring down the Serb. According to Casper Ruud, Alexander Zverez but also himself, will be great competitors for Djokovic. His comments are reported by We Love Tennis. “There are obviously players who arrive at Roland with confidence, which is important when you play tennis. Zverev is perhaps the one with the most confidence since he won in Rome. I also had very good results at the start of the clay court season and I hope I can find my best form in Geneva and bring it to Paris. »

Alcaraz and Sinner will be dangerous too

Casper Ruud also don’t forget Carlos Alcaraz et Jannik Sinnerwhich, if they are in good shape, can cause serious problems for Novak Djokovic. “But there are also other players who will be a big threat. Alcaraz and Sinner, if healthy, will be big threats, as will Novak, who in my eyes remains one of the main favorites, even if this year hasn’t gone the way he wanted so far. now. He is still the one who has won the most Grand Slam tournaments.”

2024-05-21 02:35:00
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