The King of Clay is… injured, long live the new King! With 14-time winner and last year’s champion Rafael Nadal missing the 2023 French Open due to injury, there will be a chance for a new hero to illuminate the tennis stage in Paris. But who will it be? Also, will Iga Świątek defend her title and once again conquer Roland Garros? It’s time for our top tennis tips and remember – with them, it’s always ‘Advantage, You!’.
Who will claim Nadal’s crown?
Ever since Rafa Nadal won his first French Open back in 2005, there have only been 4 times in which the Spanish tennis matador hasn’t clinched the trophy. In other words – throughout the years the Roland Garros tournament has turned into a Nadal kingdom where his dominance has often been mind-blowing. But now with the reigning king out of the picture, someone else will sit on the throne…
And this someone else might well be… the new Nadal! All eyes are on the new wonderkid of Spanish tennis Carlos Alcaraz who has one Grand Slam title (2022 US Open) under his belt, but he is yet to go past the quarterfinals of the French Open. Alcaraz has a point to prove on the clay courts and it is no surprise he’s the bookmakers’ favourite to win the title, priced at 2.25.
The other name on everyone’s lips is, of course, Novak Djokovic. Nole has already won Roland Garros twice (in 2016 & 2021) and nobody will rule him out when it comes to the title contenders. Djokovic, who is no longer World No 1, is 2.85 to complete his hat-trick of titles in Paris. And we reckon that it will be between these two, Alcaraz and Djokovic, to triumph in the City of Love and Lights…
Will Świątek repeat her 2022 success?
Current World No 1 Iga Świątek has already won two Roland Garros trophies and now the big question is: will she come out on top for a 3rd time or will the women’s tournament have its new queen? Earlier this year Świątek lost to World No. 2 Aryna Sabalenka who then went on to win the first Grand Slam of 2023 – the Australian Open. Sabalenka also got the better of Swiatek to claim the Madrid Open title. So despite Świątek being the top favourite for the French Open trophy, priced at 1.63, it is Sabalenka who we think might go all the way and conquer Paris, that’s why…
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