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French Open Third Round

by admin on Friday, May 29th, 2015

2015-french-open-logoA Roger Federer in good shape, Sharapova with good form, Nadal and Djokovic battling out, some big names expectedly moving on to the fourth round in the Roland Garros this year, Federer continues on his road to a 18th Grand Slam title, the last time he won a big title was some three years ago, he brought down Andy Murray at Wimbledon, Federer is not really excited about attaining the title for the Open this year, his 6-4 6-3 6-2 win over Damir Dzumhur in Paris, closer to what he described as not a good possibility to extend his career or shorten it, reaching the fourth rounds now 11 years in a row.

Rafael Nadal, going after his 10th Grand Slam title, 6-4 6-3 6-4 win to move on against fellow Spaniard Nicolas Almagro, next match for Nadal is Kuznetsov, on Saturday morning, keep an eye out for 19 year-old Australian Kokkinakis who beat countryman Bernard Tomic 8-6 win in the fifth by the third round, next match is Djokovic world’s first ranked, he (Thanassi) might do well in one set and his serve could prove interesting against the Serbian, but three sets -minimum- plus the last five sets from Tomic, his recovery will not cope in time to be nearly ready to battle Novak and expect to take him down, in the off-chance he would bring down the Serb, it will be in no small part to the practice in the last few days with Andy Murray.

Murray will be battling the Australian Nick Kyrgios a first timer on the run for the title, throughout the year the Australian has come face-to-face with the world’s best players, earlier last month he reached his first final before losing to Richard Gasquet in Estoril, following his win over Roger Federer in Madrid he lost his opening match in Rome, beating Federer in Spain but also taking down the then-world number one ranked Nadal at Wimbledon, Murray is on a 12 win run so far and a young Australian will have a really hard time trying to stop him

Pick and line: at -850 Andy Murray sits firmly as the favorite to keep his wagon going to the fourth round. Nadal and Djokovic sure wins for this Saturday.

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