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Top 4 Challengers for French Open 2017

Similarly other sports, tennis has also become much build up all through the globe. The tennis stars are hitting on with their verified skills and dynamic personalities. These players are on challenging grounds with each other. Each one of them has acquired some unknown talent that makes them feel opposed about their game. Let it be Roger Federer, Rafal Nadal, Djokovic or any other tennis player, they all are in a hurry to gain the highest success. The French Open Second Grand Slam 2014 will disclose to you the rivals rather the tennis contenders. Here is the world of the Top 4 Challengers for French Open.

Contender #1 – Jo-Wilfred Tsonga:

Jo-Wilfred Tsonga has stayed one of the most popular players and the French supporters wait eagerly to understand his play. This 29 years old tennis star could be unsuccessful to succeed the biggest stage. He touched the final of the Australian Open back in 2008, last year 1 semi-final at home and 2 others at Wimbledon. Though his position has met a downhill but, seeing his past performance, he is capable of defeating the top tennis players. This French player wants to improve a little to go a long way. He is, therefore, at number 1 on our list of the Top 5 French Open Shock Contenders. Top Contenders for French Open 2014

Contender #2 – Fabio Fognini:

Fabio Fognini is one of those unpredictable contenders who set the crowd to a huge happy clap. He is an Italian tennis player whose great loaded game is an extravagance to watch. Davis Cup conveys to him one of his best shows, as in a singles rubber, he attained over Andy Murray and led his state to the semi-finals. He is not one endearing much the officials and other professionals but his moves and talks during the play are great to watch. Fabio Fognini, a 26 years Old Italian star has achieved the best at the Clay Grand Slam that took him to the Quarter Finals in 2011. Since then he has been seen to recover a lot. He is, thus, at number 2 on our list of the top 5 French Open Shock Candidates.

Contender #3 – Jeremy Chardy:

Jeremy Chardy is at number 40 on the world’s top list and is between the least likely ones on our list. However, we do see this 27 years old man coming up with sharp developments in his career so far. He touched to the last 8 in the Australian Open Grand Slam and continued to display his good performance in Rome where he put up winning against the top tennis star Roger Federer. Though he has shown up quite well acts, this man needs to polish his skills to reach highest levels of success.

Contender #4 – Kei Nishikori:

Kei Nishikori is the young Japanese talent and has turn out to be the first Japanese to come into the World’s Top 10. His skill as a tennis player was surprised in Madrid Masters when he lost to Nadal because of his getting wounded and losing the pace. For requiring his good fitness for the French Open, he missed Rome Masters, but his worthy performance is well projected. In 2012, he came up with his best performance by succeeding for the Quarter Finals. He is, thus, at number 4 on our list of the Top 5 French Open Shock Contenders.

In the recent ages, tennis is also getting popularity in the Islamic countries and a great deal of tennis court surfaces construction is underway.