Location: Billetterie Roland-Garros, Paris, France
Dates: May 26 - June 09, 2019
Men’s Singles Winner 2018: Rafael Nadal
Women’s Singles Winner 2018: Simona Halep
The French Open, or as it is known in France, Tournoi de Roland-Garros, has a special place in the heart of all tennis fans, with its rich history, atmospheric stadiums and classic matches.
This years French Open tennis tournament gets underway on the 27th of May and will finish the championship final on June 10th, at the famous Roland Garros venue in Paris which has deservedly established itself as the globe's greatest clay court competition. It has been running since 1891.
The second grand slam of the year, following the Australian Open in January, the French Open has proven over the years to be the toughest grand slam of them all and will once again test the limits of endurance of the world’s finest players as they look to achieve victory on the clay courts of Roland Garros.
The list of previous winners reads like a who's who of tennis legends: Agassi, Graf, Lendl, Seles, Borg, Evert-Lloyd, Navratilova, Laver, Lenglen and the names just keep on coming.
As well, the French Open is one of the most eagerly awaited tournaments on the tennis calendar and never fails to deliver quality matches that excite tennis fans and tennis bettors the world over.
French Open Tennis Prediction - Rafael Nadal will turn 32 during this year’s French Open, but he is still the overwhelming favorite to win the event. Nadal has won 10 French Open titles, four more than any other player during the Open Era, and he is widely considered to be the best clay court player of all-time. He is currently the No. 1 ranked player in the world and has looked dominant once more heading into this event. It is tough to go against him considering his history at Roland-Garros, but there is a potential windfall if you do so considering his status as the heavy favorite. Continue...
Betting on the French Open fill with lot of exciting tennis action and is probably the most unpredictable of the grand slams, with many odds-on favorites losing in the opening rounds.
The championship is wide open compared to those of the Australian Open, Wimbledon and US Open because of the clay factor, although there are some obvious contenders.
Spaniard Rafael Nadal is the man to beat whenever it comes to playing on clay, winning 4 titles in a row from 2005 to 2008. In 2009, Roger Federer joined an exclusive company of tennis champions to win all four majors when he won first French Open title.
Roland Garros has been the Achilles heal of several top players over the years that were never able to conquer the clay at Roland Garros.
The red clay court at the French Open is unique among Grand Slam events.
It is a slower playing surface than grass or hardcourt, which makes success difficult for even the best tennis players, including past pros, like Pete Sampras and women's tennis players Lindsay Davenport and Martina Hingis.
These players have dominated other Grand Slam events, but struggled to win the French Open. Other players, however, have become "clay specialists" and managed to make careers out of their success at the French Open. Rafael Nadal would be a current example of such a specialist.
|Sun||May 26th||11:00 AM||1st Round- 2 Men's Singles, 2 Women's Singles|
|Mon||May 27th||11:00 AM||1st Round- 2 Men's Singles, 2 Women's Singles|
|Tue||May 28th||11:00 AM||1st Round- 2 Men's Singles, 2 Women's Singles|
|Wed||May 29th||11:00 AM||2nd Round- 2 Men's Singles, 2 Women's Singles|
|Thu||May 30st||11:00 AM||2nd Round- 2 Men's Singles, 2 Women's Singles|
|Fri||May 31st||11:00 AM||3rd Round- 2 Men's Singles, 2 Women's Singles|
|Sat||June 1st||11:00 AM||3rd Round- 2 Men's Singles, 2 Women's Singles|
|Sun||June 2nd||11:00 AM||4th Round- 2 Men's Singles, 2 Women's Singles|
|Mon||June 3rd||11:00 AM||4th Round- 2 Men's Singles, 2 Women's Singles|
|Tue||June 4th||11:00 AM||Quarterfinals- 1 Men's Singles, 1 Women's Singles, 1 Men's Doubles|
|Wed||June 5th||12:00 PM||Quarterfinals- 1 Men's Singles, 1 Women's Singles 1 Women's Doubles (Semifinal)|
|Thu||June 6th||12:00 PM||Semifinals- 2 Women's Singles, Mixed Doubles Final|
|Fri||June 7th||12:00 PM||Semifinals- 2 Men's Singles|
|Sat||June 8th||12:00 PM||Women's Singles Final, Men's Doubles Final|
|Sun||June 9th||12:00 PM||Men's Singles Final|
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From its founding in 1891 through 1924, the French National Championship was exactly that - purely national, open only to members of French tennis clubs.
Largely because of the Davis Cup, though, tennis became a truly international sport in the early 1920s, and the French tournament was opened to other nations in 1925. Attendance increased immediately, and in 1928 a new stadium was built at Porte d'Auteuil, just outside Paris, to host the event.
It was named for a famous French flier, Roland Garros. The tournament became the French Open in 1968, when professional players were admitted for the first time.
The French Open is the only major tournament played on clay courts. As a result, it isn't generally considered quite as important as the other three majors.
Ten-time French Open champion Rafael Nadal moved into the 2018 quarter-finals with a 6-3 6-2 7-6 (7-4) victory over Germany's Maximilian Marterer.
Nadal, 32, lost his opening service game and trailed 2-0 in the first set in Paris before recovering well.
He broke Marterer's serve early in the second set and fought back from 3-1 down in the third for a straight-set win against the unseeded 22-year-old.
The Spaniard will play 11th seed Diego Schwartzman, 25, in the last eight.
The Argentine recovered from two sets down to beat South African sixth seed Kevin Anderson 1-6 2-6 7-5 7-6 (7-0) 6-2 to move into the second Grand Slam quarter-final of his career - and first at Roland Garros.
His compatriot Juan Martin del Potro also moved into the last eight with a 6-4 6-4 6-4 win over American ninth seed John Isner.
He will play third seed Marin Cilic, who overcame Italian 18th seed Fabio Fognini 6-4 6-1 3-6 6-7 (4-7) 6-3. The Croat had led by two sets before his opponent played some brilliant tennis, particularly in the tie-break, to draw level.
However, Cilic, who has never progressed beyond the last eight at Roland Garros, broke his opponent in the fifth game of the final set before going on to seal victory.
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