NYC, New York (PRWEB) May 22, 2011
The 110th French Open, which is the second Grand Slam tournament of the season, will be a tennis tournament played on outdoor clay courts. It will run from May 22 through June 5. It will take place at the Stade Roland Garros in Paris, France, from May 22 to June 5, 2011.
The annual two-week clay-court extravaganza begins today, with defending champ Rafael Nadal coming in as the No. 1 seed just ahead of the red-hot Novak Djokovic.
Djokovic is playing the best tennis of his life. He's traditionally more comfortable on hard-court surfaces, but the 23-year-old Serbian has already racked up a 61-18 record in 2011, including two titles - most recently, last week's Italian Open crown, where he defeated Nadal 6-4, 6-4. Nadal, meanwhile, is the king of Roland Garros, having won five of the last six French Open titles. He's nearly unbeatable on clay and finally appears to be close to 100-percent health.
Roger Federer, the former world No. 1, comes in ranked third and is looking to turn back the clock for one more run here. Clay isn't his preferred surface, but he is the last man to defeat Nadal here, winning the 2009 title. Ferrer will be dangerous at Roland Garros not only because of his doggedly consistent game, but also because the best-of-five-set format plays into his best attributes: his conditioning and his ability to concentrate, point after point, for many hours. After Nadal and now Djokovic, Ferrer is the one player who strikes fear in the hearts of his opponents. With his improved serve and rock-solid return game, Ferrer can beat anyone in the draw.
On the women's side of the bracket, neither Williams sister will be making the trip. Both Serena and Venus are sitting out due to injury. Top-seeded Caroline Wozniacki will be looking for her first major title. She's never advanced beyond the quarterfinals here, but she's certainly one to watch these next two weeks. No. 2-seed Kim Clijsters has finished second twice, and does have the momentum from her recent win at the Australian Open. Defending champ Francesca Schiavone is seeded fifth.
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