Djokovic has already won the Indian Wells this year, as well as the Australian Open. An all-rounder whose forehand, backhand and serves are hard to match up to, Djokovic’s chances of continuing his winning streak are relatively high.
Wawrinka has enviable skill when it comes to both forehand and backhand shots. Having won the Australian Open last year, he has firmly secured his spot as a contender to watch out for at the French Open.
A runner-up at last year’s Australian Open, this Scottish player’s serving skills and agility are two qualities that can help him beat his competitors at the French Open. Also, the fact that he is coached by Amelie Mauresmo, a world champion, only tips the odds in his favour.
Federer is considered to be one of the best clay court players of all time, and with 17 Grand Slam titles to his credit, it isn’t difficult to see why he has a winning shot at adding another title to his collection.
Creeping up on Federer’s turf is Nadal, who’s fondly referred to as the King of Clay. Having won nine Rolland Garros titles previously, Nadal’s strong forehand and ability to cover the court give him an edge over his competitors.
Anyone who’s fondly called Baby Federer has a winning shot at securing the French Open title. With incredible agility and skill that’s hard to match, this young player is definitely a talent to watch out for.
Having made it to the Australian Open finals in 2008, Wimbledon semi-finals in 2011 and 2012 and French Open semi-finals in 2013, this French, world number 14 player has the skill and strategy to be able to finish first at the French Open.
Written By : Shirley Mistry