Grand Slam French Open 2022

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BobbyMorri

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The question is, how many more will she win.

Iga is a former Wimbledon Junior Champ.

Only losses this year so far, Barty in Adelaide, Collins at the Australian Open and Ostapenko.
 

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HODGEYROAD

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What a dominant stretch this has been from Iga, not only 35 in a row, but how many have been with the loss of very few games ?
 

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Congrats to Iga- really sorted herself and will be hard to beat for sometime. A worthy champ. Coco played rubbish, but even if she had brought her best, she would have lost this time. But she has time on her side and will improve.
 

John Smith92

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Well, having confidently written off Rafa's chances of ever winning a major title again after how he looked in Rome, I'm predicting Ruud in comfortable 4 tonight to finally complete the 885AD Viking invasion of Paris.
 

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Zevon

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Geez I don’t usually go the early crow but this looks like being 3 pretty comfortable sets for Rafa. Fewer errors, dominating the longer rallies. Cut above so far.
 

John Smith92

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In a hypothetical world where the big 3 eventually retire, does anyone think Ruud has the game to win a French Open one day?
 

Zevon

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Nadal gifts Ruud an absolute shocker of a service game but then breaks straight back
 

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