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Roland Garros 2019 : French Open Schedule and Draw: How to Watch Roland Garros, Live Stream, TV Channel, Seedings

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French Open
May 20–Jun 9, 2019
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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.

World number 2 Nadal received an accommodating path through the early rounds of the competition and dispatched qualifiers in each of the first two rounds, before taking down #27 David Goffin in the Round of 32. Djokovic cruised in the first two rounds as well, and will play in the Round of 32 on Saturday morning. To fans’ delight, Nadal is on a collision course for a potential battle with longtime court rival, Roger Federer in the semifinals.

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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.

The world No. 1 has done a tremendous job thus far of dealing with the pressures that come with being viewed as the best in the sport. First-round foe Anna Karolina Schmiedlova nearly staged a shock, failing to capitalize on two match-point serves before Osaka came back and won.

Defending women’s champions Simona Halep is seeded third entering the defense of her crown and hasn’t managed to win in straight sets through the first two rounds.

The French Open has produced five different women’s champions over the past five years. Halep could become the first player to defend a Roland Garros title since Justine Henin won three back-to-back between 2005 and 2007 should she retain in 2019.

Djokovic could complete a second career Grand Slam and will hold all four major titles should he win at Roland Garros, but a sea of contenders will rise in an attempt to crush his hopes.

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