Roland Garros 2022: Nadal, Djokovic and Swiatek on the court



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Roland Garros 2022: Nadal, Djokovic and Swiatek on the court

It is day two at the Roland Garros 2022 and it is the debut for the champions of the French Slam tournament. On Court Philippe Chatrier, it is the winner of the 2020 edition to open the dance: Iga Swiatek will face, at 11:00, the Ukrainian Lesia Tsurenko; followed by the French Open title holder, Barbara Krejcikova, against one of the hosts, Diane Perry.

After the women's draw, the two big favorites of the men's circuit will take the field. Debut for the winner of thirteen Roland Garros titles, Rafael Nadal, who will play against Jordan Thompson; the title holder, Novak Djokovic, who begins his journey against the Japanese Yoshihito Nishioka closes the French central field.

On court 12, the winner of the WTA 250 in Rabat, Martina Trevisan, kicks off. Trevisan, who will play against the British Harriet Dart: the Florentine tennis player will have to defend the quarter-final of the last edition.

Roland Garros 2022: Nadal, Djokovic and Swiatek on the court

Also on the same court, debut also for the lucky loser, Franco Agamenone, who will deal with the American Mackenzie Mcdonald. On the other hand, court 5 will close the match between Irina-Camelia Begu and the blue Jasmine Poalini.

On the Court Suzanne Lenglen, the challenge between Amanda Anisimova and Naomi Osaka, two great expectations for this French Open, anticipates the debut for another Roland Garros champion: Stan Wawrinka, winner in 2015, will face the French Corentin Moutet.

On the Court Simonne Mathieu, on the other hand, the top-seeded number ten of the scoreboard, Cameron Norrie, will take the field, who will have to contend with the Frenchman Manuel Guinard. Following, on the same field, debut for a Grand Slam champion, Emma Raducanu: the British will play the first match of her career in the French Open against Linda Noskova.

We recall Carlos Alcaraz becomes familiar with Philippe Chatrier and on day 1 he gets rid of Londero in just over ninety minutes of play. Little more than a competitive training for the Spanish phenomenon that after a first set at least balanced, spreads completely between the second and the third and seals the success at 6-4 6-2 6-0.

In theory, compatriot Albert Ramos Vinolas in the second round should not represent a major obstacle either. On the other hand, we are probably talking about the second favorite of the Parisian Grand Slam after Novak Djokovic.