All eyes were on Nadal-Djokovic

Thursday, May 19, 2011

Rafael Nadal is the king of clay, and Novak Djokovic are on-fire. Nothing wrong with the two players who inhabit 1-2 ATP rankings are going to be a concern in the event the French Open which starts scrolling May 22 next.

Actually, two tennis competition is the most attention in the last few events. Djokovic makes people forget the Roger Federer-Nadal rivalry, following a very impressive performance since early 2011 after winning the Australian Open Grand Slam.

Yes, Serbia has now established a record of 37-0 winning streak, in which he successfully grabbed seven titles out of seven tournaments that follow. More sensational again, the last two titles she won by beating Nadal on clay, which is a specialist left-handed tennis player from Spain.

In two consecutive weeks in the Madrid Masters and the Rome Masters, Djokovic managed to become champion. Two heating Grand Slam trophy tournament that he won the French Open after conquering Nadal. So, fair if players become world number two strongest candidates to end the dominance of Nadal at Roland Garros.

It's no secret if Nadal is one of the most successful tennis player at the French Open, because he's 38-1 record with five-time champion. The only failure in the clay court grand slam took place in 2009, when injuries forced him to perform was not optimal so dikandaskan Swede, Robin Soderling, in the semi-finals - Federer finally won after Soderling beat.

But this year, Nadal at Roland Garros superiority began to bother as it gets serious threat from Djokovic. Two results (Madrid and Rome Masters) to signal that Djokovic Nadal is ready to end the golden era of "clay".

Really? Let's see the progress they are potentially clashing in the final on 5 June, if it got rid of all opponents.

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