Roland Garros

Roland Garros : The 2019 French Open is into the Third Round as the usual stars continue to advance at Roland – Garros. Novak Djokovic has reclaimed his place as the top seed in Paris, but king of clay Rafael Nadal will be the one to watch as he looks to extend his all-time record of 12 title victories in this tournament. Both have advanced with ease so far, putting fans one step closer to some potentially juicy quarterfinals.

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The Swiss has produced many pulsating moments of magic to rally from the jaws of defeat. In fact, he owns a staggering 10 comebacks from two sets down. But this was perhaps his most impressive, considering what was at stake. And the margins couldn’t have been slimmer – literally.

Exactly 10 years ago, with his sights firmly set on a maiden Roland Garros crown, and with chief rival Rafael Nadal already dismissed from the draw, Federer had his best opportunity to lift the Coupe des Mousquetaires. The problem was, no one told Tommy Haas.

It is 17 months since Stan Wawrinka walked into the news conference room at the Australian Open, grimacing in pain after his first attempt at coming back to the Tour after knee surgery.

There were times when he was not sure if he would ever to be able to play at his best level again, the scars of two operations in 2017 to his left knee still raw, physically and emotionally.

But at Roland – Garros on Sunday, in five hours and nine minutes of epic, brilliant, emotional tennis against No.6-seeded Stefanos Tsitsipas of Greece on Court Suzanne Lenglen, all the heartache and all the doubts were finally washed away.

It is 17 months since Stan Wawrinka walked into the news conference room at the Australian Open, grimacing in pain after his first attempt at coming back to the Tour after knee surgery.

There were times when he was not sure if he would ever to be able to play at his best level again, the scars of two operations in 2017 to his left knee still raw, physically and emotionally.

But at Roland – Garros on Sunday, in five hours and nine minutes of epic, brilliant, emotional tennis against No.6-seeded Stefanos Tsitsipas of Greece on Court Suzanne Lenglen, all the heartache and all the doubts were finally washed away.

Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal are moving closer towards a potential semifinal showdown at the French Open on Friday.

Both players cruised into the quarterfinals with wins on Sunday, and will next play Tuesday.

Federer, 37, won his only French Open 10 years ago and hasn’t featured in a Roland Garros final since 2011. Nevertheless, he hopes to reverse his recent fortunes on clay and will meet Lorenzo Sonego in his first fixture.

Naomi Osaka has continued her strides since winning her maiden major at the 2018 U.S. Open, since adding the Australian Open to her list of achievements and eyeing a third Grand Slam in Paris.

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