French Open 2019 – Favorites, Winner Predictions And Prize-money

2019 French Open Analysis, Predictions and prize Money

Since 2009 for the first time, a man other than Rafael Nadal Roland Garros had found to leave the title at the French Open. As the King of Clay discontinued on Sunday when Novak Djokovic and Stanislas Wawrinka in the finals in the singles men. Djokovic, is said that he will complete his career Grand Slam with the victory by finally beating Nadal at Roland Garros for the quarterfinals.

His path is not found to disappear after the accident which is earlier than usual, because then needed five sets which scattered two days to defend against Andy Murray. As the World ranking star is no stranger to his opponent, and as the duo participated in classics in the past two years. Wawrinka also leaves office Djokovic Nadal and Federer but ousted Roger Federer, is the only player besides Nadal who is supposed to win the French Open in the last decade. Either Djokovic and Wawrinka are to capture his first title at Roland Garros.

If there is anything like their previous meetings in Australia, everyone will be better than comfortable for some long and exhausting suspense.

As the French Open 2019 Tennis is going to take over two weeks which will be covering the end of May and also the beginning of June at Stade Roland Garros, is named after the famous French Aviator, located in Paris, France. The annual tennis tourney is to be the most prestigious clay-court event in the world and will end the clay court tennis season.

As all the four grand slams of the year have found to lift the amount of prize money which is paid to the winners. This increase in prize money was primarily initiated many years ago when the top men of ATP first complained. However, with the result of this, the French Open tennis championship is giving a consistent amount of increase in the prize money every year.

Above we are going to list the total number of players which are going to play the Roland Garros grand slam 2019 tournaments. Basically there two types lists, one is for Men and the other for Womens, Above is listed basing on their performance in last French Open tennis tournament

The French Open 2019 Men’s Singles

A total of 32 players in Men’s singles will be there and above we have the names of each and every player in the list below
Novak Djokovic
Rafael Nadal
Roger Federer
Alexander Zverev
Dominic Thiem
Kei Nishikori
Juan Martin del Potro
Stefanos Tsitsipas
John Isner
Marin Cilic
Fabio Fognini
Karen Khachanov
Daniil Medvedev
Borna Coric
Milos Raonic
Nikoloz Basilashvili
Gael Monfils
Marco Cecchinato
Denis Shapovalov
Roberto Bautista Agut
Kyle Edmund
David Goffin
Dušan Lajović
Diego Schwartzman
Guido Pella
Alex de Minaur
Gilles Simon
Lucas Pouille
Felix Auger-Aliassime
Matteo Berrettini
Laslo Dere
Cristian Garin

The French Open 2019 Women’s Singles

Naomi Osaka
Petra Kvitova
Simona Halep
Angelique Kerber
Karolína Pliskova
Elina Svitolina
Kiki Bertens
Sloane Stephens
Ashleigh Barty
Aryna Sabalenka
Serena Williams
Caroline Wozniacki
Anastasija Sevastova
Madison Keys
Anett Kontaveit
Wang Qiang
Julia Gorges
Belinda Bencic
Garbiñe Muguruza
Elise Mertens
Daria Kasatkina
Carolina Garcia
Bianca Andreescu
Donna Vekic
Hsieh Su-wei
Lesia Tsurenko
Carla Suarez Navarro
Maria Sharapova
Jeļena Ostapenko
Danielle Collins
Mihaela Buzarnescu
Dominika Cibulkova

The French Open 2019 begins from Sunday May 26th , as we all know the speculation is rife across the whole globe as to know who will perform the best and also get maximum clappings in tournament. Everybody’s eyes are on the top stars and also the French open 2019 predictions differ from each person-to-person.

Rafael Nadal has continiously won five straight men’s single titles at the Roland Garros and also eleven times overall. unfortunately for this top star, to become the first player ever to win 10 single titles at the Grand Slam tournament will not at all be a cakewalk, as his quarter of the bracket is quite much loaded with all the quality opponents.

There is definitely going to be an overall increase of 12% in the prize money of 2018 Roland Garros. And, this increase will obviously result in a total amount of €32millions or $35.8millions of prize money for the French Open 2019. In the previous year, the increase was 12.5% and the prize money €28.03millions was spent on the tournament. But the drop in the euro’ value as compared to USD must be the major reason for an increase in prize money.

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