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Who Will Win in Paris? French Open Preview

For over five months, professional tennis completely shut down due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Major tournaments including Indian Wells Masters, Madrid Open, and Wimbledon, a Grand Slam tournament, had no choice but to cancel. However, in August, tournaments began returning, and through strict protocols that excluded fans from attending, the US Open successfully took place. Usually, the French Open, known officially as the Roland-Garros, is the second Grand Slam of the year, but now it will be the third and final Slam, making it particularly important in the writing of 2020's legacy in tennis. The clay court tournament will begin in Paris September 27 and end October 11. Although some big names will be missing, including 2020 US Open champion Naomi Osaka, Ashleigh Barty, Bianca Andreescu, and Roger Federer, the tournament remains packed with talent.

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