Roland Garros day 2 recap: Serena, Nadal and McEnrone's prophecy on Federer



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Roland Garros day 2 recap: Serena, Nadal and McEnrone's prophecy on Federer

Three big stars on the court at the Roland Garros 2020 day 2: Dominic Thiem, Rafael Nadal and Serena Williams all reache the second round of the Parisian Slam. They've come important victories also for Casper Ruud, Petra Kvitova, Katerina Siniakova, Kiki Bertens and Elina Svitolina.

Former Slam champion Mats Wilander, now a TV commentator, has already said that he sees Novak Djokovic as the main favorite at the French Open: "I think Novak will win in Paris and, with the lowest temperatures in the country in the The last two weeks, it won't be an easy situation for someone who gets the ball rolling as much as Nadal.

Nole doesn't care much if there is an high temperature or there is cold. It's true that Nole screwed up in New York, but he'll overtake Roger Federer and Nadal by the end of next year, I'm convinced that's what he's thinking and I'm really starting to believe this can happen."

John McEnroe made a prophecy about Roger Federer

Meanwhile John McEnroe made a prophecy about Roger Federer's winning comeback: "It cannot be ruled out that Federer will make another great comeback, especially because of his love for the game and for competition.

I don't know what would happen if he didn't succeed anymore. to win as he is used to. Presumably he will return to Australia, where the surface suits his game very well. I am sure that if he does not feel able to get to the bottom he will not play, he would have no reason to, but it's hard to imagine that at 39 he could express himself at the level of the past.

It would be extremely complicated, even for someone like him." Will Andy Murray ever return to past levels? He himself tried to answer this question after the big-match defeat to Stan Wawrinka: "It has nothing to do with my hip.

It's something I have to look at with my team. Ever since I returned to the Tour, there have been some games where I served well, it's not a physical problem. From the point of view of my physical condition, I wouldn't expect to go back to being the same as before.

and all the rest, I don't see why I shouldn't be able to do as in the past, from a technical point of view. " Tomorrow Novak Djokovic and Sofia Kenin will come back on the court for the Roland Garros day 3!