Breaking News: French Open; Novak Djokovic As Been labeled As

‘Djokovic Still Strongest Contestant’ For Roland Garros Despite Bad Form Says Ivanovic

 Ana Ivanovic, the former world no. 1 player on the WTA circuit, believes Novak Djokovic will still be able to contend for the 2024 Roland Garros championship.

She’s extremely aware with what it takes to win it—Ivanovic won the major in Paris in 2008. Though there are undoubtedly distinctions between men’s and women’s tennis, the greatest task in the game is to win a Grand Slam.

Because it’s so open, this forthcoming Grand Slam promises to be really interesting. Ivanovic examined the possibility of many players winning the competition with Ubitennis.

'Djokovic Still Strongest Contestant' For Roland Garros Despite Bad Form Says Ivanovic

She pointed out that tennis has become more evenly matched in recent months, with Jannik Sinner rising to a level that was formerly solely occupied by Novak Djokovic and Carlos Alcaraz.

In the past few weeks, a large number of new players have advanced far in the competitions and defeated some of the best players. Therefore, there will be a lot of new faces on the men’s side.”

Ivanovic regarding tennis parity

The Serbian supported her countryman Djokovic, who has had difficulties this year, believing he is the strongest candidate. His most recent defeat by Tomas Machac at the 2024 Geneva Open increased concerns about his form, particularly as it came only days before a major.

Ivanovic identified Sinner and Alcaraz as the other two front-runners for the title in addition to Djokovic. The majority of people concur with her, but there are other players—Alexander Zverev and Casper Ruud, for example—who have the ability to win the French Open and might potentially go all the way.

“Although Sinner and Alcaraz are also strong contenders for the title, Novak remains the front-runner. Although Novak’s clay court season has started a little more difficult than normal, I believe he is definitely at the top of his game for the French Open.”

Ivanovic supports Djokovic.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *