Paris Masters: Nadal was dreaming of catching up with the Djokovic record (Part 1)

Rafael Nadal has a great opportunity to make a big break at the Paris Masters to win this tournament for the first time after receiving a favorable branch draw at the above indoor hard court tournament.

Paris Masters – the final ATP Masters 1000 tournament this year will kick off from November 2-8 on an indoor hard court at the AccorHotels Arena tennis complex in the French capital.

This is a great opportunity for some famous players to accumulate more points to win tickets to the ATP World Tour Finals, the tournament bringing together the eight best male players of the season, which will kick off at the O2 Arena in London on November 15-22.

Nadal aspires to win the championship for the first time at the Paris Masters

This year’s Paris Masters will be absent from defending champion Novak Djokovic because the world’s No. 1 male player wants to rest after attending the ATP 500 Vienna Open in Austria.

Nadal aspires to win the championship for the first time at the Paris Masters

Likewise was the last-minute retreat of world number 3 Dominic Thiem. Former king Roger Federer did not attend the Paris Masters this year due to the early end of the 2020 season to focus on recovering after two surgery to injure his right knee.

However, the upcoming indoor hardcourt tournament in the light capital will still attract special attention with the appearance of famous stars of the world ball village such as Rafael Nadal, Stefanos Tsitsipas, Daniil Medvedev or Alexander Zverev…

Recently, the organizers of the Paris Masters 2020 held a branch drawing. Accordingly, 1st seed Nadal in branch 1. “Gaur” is one of the top 8 seeds exempted from round 1 and he will start playing from round 2 against the winner of the match between Filip Krajinovic (best friend fellow countrymen of Novak Djokovic) and Feliciano Lopez.

Nadal’s potential rivals until before the semi-finals are also quite gentle. It could be No. 15 Borna Coric (round 3), No. 8 seed David Goffin or No. 9 seed Pablo Carreno-Busta (quarterfinals).