Podcast: Previewing the 2014 French Open Championships

May 24, 2014 · Print This Article

Welcome tennis fans to another season of the TennisConnected Podcast!

In this week’s show, Nima Naderi and Parsa Samii are back to preview the 2014 French Open from Paris.

Will this finally be the year that Novak Djokovic completes his grand slam collection? Will Rafa Nadal take home his ninth title in the City of Lights and cast away a sub-par clay-court season? What can we expect from Roger Federer and Andy Murray during the fortnight? Will we see the likes of Grigor Dimitrov and Milos Raonic reach the second weekend? We answer all of these questions and many more during this week’s show.

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2 Responses to “Podcast: Previewing the 2014 French Open Championships”

  1. Amy Bee on May 25th, 2014 6:24 pm

    I think Gulbis suffers from stage fright at the slams. Plus, playing the week before a slam usually results in the winner of those events losing early so I don’t think he’ll get very far in the tournament.

  2. Mostafa Eshra on May 26th, 2014 11:35 am

    The Problem with the Wet Surface is that it is much Easier for Djokovic’s ball to penetrate through it than Nadal’s , if Nadal is to beat Djokovic this year it has to be a Sunny Day like last year and another thing is that i think Rafa knows that he can’t defend aganist Djokovic anymore,and he is not, he needs a fast court to disturb Him.

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