Roland Garros 2015: Waiting for the exchange between Nadal and Djokovic 3

Roland Garros 2015: Waiting for the exchange between Nadal and Djokovic 3

The decade-long era of Rafael Nadal dominating Roland Garros may end at this year's tournament, giving way to a new force named Novak Djokovic.

The second Grand Slam of the year will kick off tomorrow, May 24.

These questions all create more or less attraction for the biggest clay tournament of the year that is about to start.

Championing nine seasons of Roland Garros with 66 wins out of 67 appearances, Rafael Nadal not only made him a legend at the Grand Slam on his favorite court, but also saved the history of this tournament as a record.

Nadal is described as aiming to catch and also knowing where to move and direct the ball on the clay court.

But now there are a series of signs that the Nadal dynasty has come to an end as disappointing results continue to surround it in 2015. Nadal ranked outside the top four seeds for the first time, in

Djokovic, meanwhile, is extremely hungry for glory at Roland Garros because he is only missing this title to complete his entire career Grand Slam title collection.

During the period 2006-2010, the Spaniard’s win-loss ratio on clay was 126-4.

`Nadal is weak this year, both physically and mentally, which we rarely see him in such a state. I think that will open up opportunities for current competitors.`

Roland Garros 2015: Waiting for the exchange between Nadal and Djokovic

Roland Garros will most likely see Nadal handing over the scepter of the clay court king to Djokovic.

In 10 appearances at Roland Garros, Djokovic and Nadal have met six times, but Nole has never had complete joy against his Spanish rival.

`I will go slowly and steadily and the results will most accurately reflect my steps,` Djokovic said in Paris right before the clay Grand Slam.

On May 21, Rafael Nadal was honored to be awarded the Grand Vermeil medal in recognition of the Spanish tennis player’s great career over the past decade at Roland Garros.

Tran Tran

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