2021 French Open - Will Nadal make it five in a row?
The wait is finally over, the Roland Garros has begun and we can look forward to a week full of exceptional tennis. The world’s tennis elite gathers in Paris for the second Grand Slam tournament of the year, and we got you covered with everything you need to know - Broadcasting information, predictions and playing schedule.
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French Open TV- and Live Streaming schedule
The 2021 French Open began on May 30th and will run for two weeks, ending with the women’s singles final on June 12th and the men’s singles final on May 13th. The tournament will be covered by NBC and TSN through TV and live streaming. Livesportsontv.com will keep you updated with the latest and most accurate broadcasting information throughout the whole tournament, making sure that you don’t miss a set.
Last year’s French Open
The 2020 French Open was held in late September after been rescheduled from its usual dates. Most remembered from last year’s event was the impressive run by both the men’s and women’s singles champions, Rafael Nadal and Iga Świątek, who managed to go through the whole tournament without losing a single set. By winning last year’s Roland Garros Rafael Nadal tied Roger Federer’s his all-time record of 20 Grand Slam titles – Will we have a new record holder in two weeks?
2021 French Open Draw
Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal are all on the same half of the draw – Something we’ve never experienced before in a Grand Slam tournament. The competition will be fierce as three of the most successful and well-respected names within the sport will battle it out.
Rafael Nadal, who’s favorite to win the tournament, is expected to face Andrey Rublev in the quarterfinal before a potential heavyweight semifinal comes up against Novak Djokovic, a game we will all look forward to. If Djokovic is going to make it to the semifinal he will most probably have to overcome both Matteo Berrettini and Roger Federer.
On the other side of the draw there’s more room for surprises as several players will have a say on the semifinal spot. Alexander Zverev, Stefano Tsitsipas, Dominic Thiem and Daniil Medvedev are all on the same half of the draw and could be potential finalists in this year’s tournament.
Rafael Nadal is a big favorite to win the 2021 French Open, which would be the Spaniards 14th Roland Garros title in his career. Nadal is the master of clay and by listening to players and experts ahead of this year’s French Open it’s obvious who’s going to be the player to beat in order to win the title. What could be held against Nadal is the draw where he will have to play a number of tough games in order to reach the final. Rafael Nadal is 34 years old and to play six high intense games prior to the potential final might come back at him at some point.
Another player who’s believed to have a successful run in this year’s event is the Greek Stefano Tsitsipas. Tsitsipas, seeded no 5, came close last year when he reached the semifinal and has looked sharp in the tournaments leading up to the French Open. The draw was also in his favor as he doesn’t have to face anyone of Djokovic or Nadal before a possible final. If you’re looking for a bet on French Open winner with a higher payout than Rafael Nadal, then Stefano Tsitsipas is a good shot.