Tuesday, 26 May 2015

[ Day 3 ] French Open 2015 Schedule, Fixtures & Live Streaming

French Open 2015 Day 3 Schedule, Fixtures & Live Streaming : The majority of the first round is now in the books, however we won't genuinely have the capacity to survey how the draws take care of Round 1 until the big cheeses step onto the Roland Garros courts. While the initial two days of activity would show that bombshells will be difficult to find, there guarantee to be a modest bunch of grasping matchups among them. In any event, Tuesday will offer a beginning opportunity to see exactly how unsafe the absolute most discussed stars will be over the impending weeks. 

French Open 2015 Schedule

French-Open-2015-Schedule


How about we examine the majority of the key matchups for Tuesday's Day 3 activity in the first round and make forecasts for the greatest ones.


French Open 2015 Schedule : Tuesday, May 26


Men's Singles Time (ET) / Match No.
No. 1 Novak Djokovic vs. Jarkko Nieminen 3rd Match
No. 6 Rafael Nadal vs. Quentin Halys 2nd Match
No. 7 David Ferrer vs. Lukas Lacko 5 a.m.
No. 9 Marin Cilic vs. Robin Haase 5 a.m.
No. 10 Grigor Dimitrov vs. Jack Sock 4th Match
No. 16 John Isner vs. Andreas Seppi 3rd Match
No. 20 Richard Gasquet vs. Germain Gigounon 3rd Match
No. 15 Kevin Anderson vs. Tim Smyczek
2nd Match

Women's Singles
Time (ET) / Match No.
No. 1 Serena Williams vs. Andrea Hlavackova 4th Match
No. 4 Petra Kvitova vs. Marina Erakovic 5 a.m.
No. 5 Caroline Wozniacki vs. Karin Knapp 2nd Match
No. 6 Eugenie Bouchard vs. Kristina Mladenovic 4th Match
No. 10 Andrea Petkovic vs. Shelby Rogers 3rd Match
No. 16 Madison Keys vs. Varvara Lepchenko 4th Match



Novak Djokovic's quest for his first French Open and the completion of the career Grand Slam has never looked more realistic than it does entering Roland Garros this year, and he'll begin in style against Jarkko Nieminen.

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While many of the top seeds have started off against qualifiers, Djokovic drew an opponent who has been as high as 13th in the world rankings. Of course, the 33-year-old is far from that player anymore with a 10-10 record in 2014.

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He doesn't seem to put up much of a test against Djokovic, who has only lost two of his 37 matches so far this year and is more confident than ever about his game, per Dan Levy of France 24 :

I feel like today I am more mature as a person, I have grown, I have improved, I have learned how to deal with my emotions better. Overall I’m a stronger player, physically and mentally as well. Hopefully this is the year. I’m going to try to give myself reason to believe I can make it, through an everyday commitment, discipline and things that I can influence.


An outsider could label that as all talk, but there's no doubt that Djokovic has put his money where his mouth is. He enters Roland Garros fresh off a 22-match win streak, which included a comprehensive slew of performances at the Rome Masters just prior to Paris.



A tough draw ahead won't distract Djokovic, who will look straight ahead and take down Nieminen in convincing fashion. 



Prediction : Djokovic wins in straight sets

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