Serena Williams's coach reveals main worry for Rafael Nadal in French Open

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Serena Williams's coach reveals main worry for Rafael Nadal in French Open

On an article for Tennis Head Magazine, the Serena Williams's coach Patrick Mouratoglou commented on a potential clash between Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic at the Roland Garros. The Frenchman wrote: "Novak won their last meeting at Roland Garros, in 2015, and has also come out on top in 13 of their last 16 matches on all surfaces.

I think the outcome of the French Open this summer may well depend on matches Rafa and Novak play against each other over the next couple of months. If they meet and Novak comes out on top in them, especially on clay, I think it will be difficult mentally for Rafa at Roland Garros."

Speaking on ATP Tennis Radio, the Djokovic's analyst Craig O'Shannessy said: "In these tournaments, you must always put Rafa at No. 1. Somebody must take him out of the draw. As soon as he's taken out of the draw, then we can start talking about everybody else.

All conversations start with Rafa -- everybody else is a dark horse." Gael Monfils put his property in Arzier (Canton Vaud) in Switzerland for 3.6 million Swiss Franc/Dollars. It features three plans, eight rooms, over 300 meters feet, a sauna and a garden.

In May 2018, after spending ten years in the La Cote region, Monfils moved to Canton Giura In a press conference, Monfils commented on Stan Wawrinka's recent improvements: "I was super happy for him because it's been a couple of months I have been seeing him quite a lot, home.

You know, Stan is a hard worker. See all this passion and how he was practising. We did practice quite a lot also, you know, on the clay. He's a champion. He's a true champion. I think it's just a matter of time, and he pulled it out two days ago the big win.

It's what he needs is big wins. You know, I have no doubt that he will be fine and he'll come back as strong as he was because he's a hard worker, very passionate. He's too good to not come back."