Data map: In the 2019 Shanghai Masters, Djokovic won the start of his men's singles defending journey.
Photo by Yin Liqin
China News Service, October 6th. Beijing time on the 6th, with the end of the fourth round of the French Open men’s singles, Carreno Busta easily defeated the German dark horse Otmeier 3:0, the men’s singles last eight. The strong seats are determined.
This year's French Open men's singles quarterfinals can be described as perfect. The world's top three men's singles players Djokovic, Nadal, and Tim are all shortlisted, with 4 top ten in the world and 7 top 20 in the world.
The French Open men's singles quarter-finals faced: Djokovic vs. Carreno Busta, Sisipas vs. Lublev, Tim vs. Schwarzman, Nadal vs. Sinner.
Since the 2020 season, Djokovic is undoubtedly the best-performing player. He is striving to become the first male player to unlock the "Double Lap Grand Slam" since the Open era (Emmerson and Luo Delavor has been completed).
Currently Djokovic has won the four Grand Slam titles: 8 times at the Australian Open, 1 time at the French Open, 5 times at Wimbledon and 3 times at the US Open.
In the 2019 French Open, the "king of clay" Nadal defeated his opponent Tim by a total score of 3-1, and won the French Open men's singles championship for the 12th time. This is also the 18th major Nadal won. Slam champion title.
If Djokovic wins, he will raise his 18th Grand Slam Gold Cup, and continue to narrow the gap with Nadal (19) and Federer (20).
Before the start of the French Open, Nadal's record at Roland Garros was a staggering 93 wins and 2 losses. If he can win this year, his French Open will have won the 100th game.
Nadal is the only player who has won 12 championships in a single Grand Slam. If he wins the 13th French Open championship, he will tie Federer's record of 20 Grand Slam titles.