French Open 2012 Men's Final: Rafael Nadal Will Roll to an Easy Win
With the 2012 French Open final for the men’s division convening Sunday, June 10 at 9 a.m. ET, the excitement over what should be an amazing main event between Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal has the sports world talking.
Who ya got?
Fans can’t forget that Nadal is the two-time defending champion at the French Open and has won six of the last seven tournaments at Roland Garros.
If you look up red-clay domination in the dictionary, there is a picture of the Spanish star right next to the definition.
Nadal told the New York Times about his match with Djokovic and what he expects this time around:
It’s difficult to imagine another match of six hours, but I will be there fighting for every ball. We cannot predict what’s going on. The only thing I have to predict is that he is playing well, he is playing with confidence. And I have to play aggressive. I have to play my game…For sure, I will have my doubts for tomorrow. For sure, I have to respect the other opponent. He beat me a lot of times. But I am here to fight every ball and to try my best in every moment.
The Djoker has Nadal’s number on most other surfaces, but the French Open has never been dominated like Nadal is currently doing so; this is as one-sided as a major has ever been in the history of the sport.
With Djokovic’s struggles early in the tournament and his battle with Roger Federer in the previous round, Nadal will roll to an easy French Open win.
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