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2022 French Open - Tips and Predictions

  • 2022 French Open taking place this week
  • Get French Open betting tips for Roland Garros this week!
The 2022 French Open takes place this week, with some of the best players in the world in action at Roland Garros in Paris, France.

Tennis is gaining traction internationally, and as more fans are drawn to the sport the competition will only get better and better.

This year’s clay tournaments have been excellent to watch, and this week’s French Open will only be even better.

There are several storylines to be attached to Roland Garros this year.

Whether it be Nadal’s injuries, Djokovic’s resurgence, or the young prodigy in Carlos Alcaraz, there is plenty to look out for.

The conditions in the French Open are always usually slow, which will result in longer rallies and players trying to make sense of how the ball bounces.

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Let’s look into some of the potential winners of this French Open.

Carlos Alcaraz

We are running out of superlatives to describe the talent and ability this young man from Spain is putting on. The completeness of his game is next to none.

He may not have won 20 grand slams yet, but that’s not the point. This kid is special and will be a sure-fire player in the history books when it’s all said and done.

Look for Alcaraz to be rested and fully fit for a try at his first ever best of five French Open win.

Novak Djokovic

Djokovic has had a great run of form in these past two weeks and looks to have battled his inner demons successfully with results that have been massive for his confidence.

The Serbian legend has amassed over 21 grand slams and does not look to be stopping anytime soon.

Clay is not his best surface, but he has proven to be especially lethal on it over the past few years.
If Novak is fit, he may be able to beat ‘King of Clay’ Rafael Nadal and go all the way this week.

Rafael Nadal

This is Nadal’s best tournament. He will need to channel his mentality in order to survive six rounds of gruelling five setters, which he will be looking to minimize to his best power.

Nadal is currently dealing with pains in the foot, and his movement may be hindered because of it.
If the master of Clay can win this tournament while less than 100% fit, there is no hope for the rest of the field.

There is definite value in his odds, but in current form it will have to be judged on how he feels out there on the Paris courts.

Conclusion

The 2022 French Open will be a hard-fought competition and magnified due to Rafa’s current condition. Whoever wins will have to earn it, and these are the three with the best chance to do it!