How Novak Djokovic’s main draw looked at Roland Garros 2024

How Novak Djokovic’s main draw looked at Roland Garros 2024
How Novak Djokovic’s main draw looked at Roland Garros 2024

May 23, 2024, 09:34 ET

This Thursday the draw for the prestigious Roland Garros main draw was held, which defines the paths of the best players on the circuit, in its 57th edition interrupted since the beginning of the Open Era.

The Serbian Novak Djokovic (1st)36 years old and defending champion, who was proclaimed three times, will start as the top candidate on the French clay, in search of changing the image in his irregular season, competing against the Italian Jannik Sinner (2nd), the Spanish Carlos Alcaraz (3rd) as main rivals.

Djokovic, who arrives for his fourth Roland Garros and his twenty-fifth major without having won a tournament so far this year (although he is still in the race in Geneva), will start against the Frenchman Pierre-Hugues Herbert, before facing the Spanish Roberto Carballés or the Frenchman Constant Lestienne; In the third round he will face the Frenchman Gael Monfils or the Italian Lorenzo Musetti.

His rival in the round of 16 could be the American Tommy Paul, before facing Ruud in the quarterfinals and in the semifinals against Zverev, Nadal or Medvedev.

Meanwhile, a duel that promises to start: the Spanish Rafael Nadal will begin against the German Alexander Zverev, fourth seed, his participation in the Roland Garros 2024, which will theoretically be the last of his career.

All the action at Roland Garros can be seen on STAR+.

 
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