French Open Tennis 2015 Predictions :
The Very First Slam of 2015 is formally in the books, and Serena Williams and Novak Djokovic are wealthier, both in a recorded setting and in an extremely strict one. Presently, as opposed to getting made up for lost time with missed slumber amid the fortnight, now is the ideal time to feel free to anticipate the French Open. Without a doubt, there's a great deal of tennis to be played before the visits meet back together in Paris, yet its never too soon to begin making predictions, correct?
French Open 2015 Predictions :Actually, in the event that you concur with that announcement, we've surely got you secured. Here are some early predictions for the 2015 French Open. It's a tale as old as time: A man and a woman start out the year playing wonderful tennis, win the Australian Open and then become the French Open favorites.
But this story rarely has a happy ending. The last woman to win the Australian Open and French Open title back-to-back was Jennifer Capriati in 2001. For the men, it was Jim Courier in 1992.
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There are a lot of reasons for this—the surface change, the pressure of being the hunted one and the fact that it's hard to win back-to-back Slams anyway. So, when you're tempted to pick Serena Williams and Novak Djokovic to win the French Open in a few months, think twice.
Madison Keys had her big breakthrough at the Australian Open, and I certainly don't think that it will be a fluke. The 19-year-old—who will no longer be a teen by the time the French Open comes around—has many more Slam runs in her future. If you don't believe me, just listen to Serena.
"The way she played today I definitely think she has potential to be No. 1 and win Grand Slams," Williams told reporters after her semifinal win over Keys, via AustralianOpen.org . "It's exciting to see." While I don't think Keys is ready for world domination quite yet, I do think she'll make another trip to the second week at the French Open.
Due to persistent injuries, we haven't seen Victoria Azarenka make it to the semifinals of a Slam since the 2013 U.S. Open, where she lost to Serena in a three-set match. She did fight her way to the quarterfinals of the 2014 Australian Open and U.S. Open, but that's as much of an impact as the Belarusian has had at majors recently.
Currently, Azarenka is ranked No. 49 in the world, a long way from the spot she used to occupy at the top of the rankings. But by the time the French Open rolls around, I expect her to be back in championship form. She's healthy now, and the next four months will give her a chance to get her game polished and her ranking up.
Clay isn't her best surface, but she did make it to the semis in 2013, and there's no reason why she can't make it that far again this year. The WTA is more fun when Azarenka is in top form, and I expect that to happen sooner rather than later.