Women's tennis hasn't found a real queen yet, right. It must be said that red, with the post-lockwodn victories in Prague and Rome, Simona Halep has somehow tried to re-establish the hierarchy. The Parisian Slam Roland Garros 2020 draw, which will have to live with the absences of Ashleigh Barty, Naomi Osaka and Bianca Andreescu, will be able to count on the Romanian.
Viktoria Azarenka and Karolina Pliskova will also be monitored, with Serena Williams who will once again try to catch the twenty-fourth Grand Slam pearl. First quarter: Halep-Bertens A paradox, yes, but for the number one of seeding the obstacles could almost all condense in the first week.
In the if lot we find Amanda Anisimova in the third round and Marketa Vondrousova in the round of 16. In the same portion of the board Camila Giorgi, the blue number one, draws a qualified one and places herself next to Johanna Konta, on a collision course with Coco Gauff.
The draw of the French Open women's singles
Further down Maria Sakkari and Svetlana Kuznetsova, with Kiki Bertens holding the role of favorite. Second quarter: Williams-Svitolina To change for Serena would only be the color of the surface.
The US champion has Kristie Ahn, Tsvetana Pironkova and Viktoria Azarenka on the road. All players he has already faced at Flushing Meadows. Elina Svitolina could instead be in the semifinal. Third quarter: Muguruza-Kenin The poorest segment of the draw is the one with Garbine Muguruza, the number eleven of the seeding.
The Spanish tennis player, on a collision course with Aryna Sabalenka in the round of 16, could potentially find anyone in the quarterfinals. Well yes. Sofia Kenin was unable to move the zero from the game box against Viktoria Azarenka in Rome, Elena Rybakina has recently found her form on red.
Karolina Muchova and Donna Vekic - the other two seeds present - will inevitably play the role of unknowns. Fourth quarter: Pliskova-Kvitova Karolina Pliskova was unable to complete the final in Rome, but she still did not give up on the Paris stage.
Jelena Ostapenko and Sloane Stephens could be on the way to the Czech. Under the segment of Petra Kvitova, who will face the French Ocean Dodin, a blue. The second on the draw. Jasmine Paolini was the turn of the Spanish Aliona Bolsova.
Roland Garros 2020 will stage from 28 September to 11 October 2020, with amazing news from Bois de Boulogne, like the roof and the lights on the Philippe Chatrier, and the presence of the crowds, despite there is an hard health emergency in Paris.