Tennis French Open 2019: Full Draw Schedule

Tennis 2019 French Open: Full Draw Schedule

The prestigious 2019 Tennis French Open is a Grand Slam event that is played on the clay court. It will start on 26th May and will end on 9th June. It comprises 128 singles, 64 doubles, as well as 32 mixed doubles play. The prize money is 4.27 Crore EUR.

During the final round of Tennis French Open, 2018, on June 10, 2018, Rafael Nadal from Spain beat Dominic Theim of Austria in the men’s singles.

Tennis French Open 2019: Full Draw Schedule
Tennis French Open 2019: Full Draw Schedule

Top Contenders In Men’s Tennis

In 2019, Nadal will face qualifiers in the first two rounds, and he will preferably have a draw ahead. Other than Rafael, Novak Djokovic was the last player to win the French Open. In his first match, Novak was drawn against Hubert Harcarz.

No. 3 Raujer lines up in the third quadrant and could face Nadal in the quarter-finals.

Favorite Women In Tennis French Open, 2019

Naomi Osaka sets off for Paris as this year’s top seed. For her first fixture of the tournament, she was drawn against Slovakian Anna Karolina Schmiedlova.

Simona Halep, the last year’s champion, is the third seed this year and will face Ajla Tomljanovic in her first match in the event.

Tennis French Open 2019 Preview

Rafael Nadal is considered to be the most favorite in the male section. He has won the French Open 11 times, which is incredible. He is said to be the king of clay. Many tennis followers think that Djokovic will throw a hard challenge to be the no. 1.

Nole is not the outright mass favorite this year. What is more interesting is that the tennis writer Ricky Dimon thinks there is an excellent opportunity for Spaniard to qualify for the final.

Facing the two simple fixtures in the first qualifier is like music to the ears of this legendary 32 years sportsman.

Djokovic is also in fabulous form this year, and his possibility to win the title has become stronger after he became the Australian Open champion at the beginning of the year 2019.

The sports journalist David Law expresses his support for Djokovic as the winner of the French Open after the Serb clinched two in the second half of 2018. He also adds that he is waiting to witness the historic win.

What About Females Singles?

In female singles, Osaka is the favorite to win her third major. Though the route to pick the title will not be easy, as per the sportswriter Tumaini Carayol.

Tennis French Open 2019: Full Draw Schedule
Tennis 2019 French Open: Full Draw Schedule

The second seed is the Czech star Karolina Pliskova, and she is a little ahead of the defending champion Halep. Halep will face the Australian Tomljanivic in her opening match.

The search for a significant title of the Romanian star, Simona Halep, ended finally in 2018, and she felt proud to share the winning moment alongside the king of Paris, Rafael Nadal. She twitted that to click a picture with Nadal, she has to win in Roland Garros for what she is looking forward to.

Kiki Bertens and Angelique Kerber occupy the fourth and fifth seed, respectively. In their first matches, Pauline Parmentier and Anastasia Potapova are their opponents.

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