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The second Tennis Grand Slam French Open of the year begins on Sunday. Then everyone’s eyes will be on Clay King Rafael Nadal. He will have the chance to win the most Grand Slams. Nadal and Federer have won 20–20 Grand Slams. Djokovic may face a challenge to Nadal. Federer is also making a comeback. Federer, Nadal, Djokovic are all in the same draw. That is, only one will reach the final.
Defending champion Swatak can make a record:
The 23 Grand Slam champions Serena will have a chance to match Margaret Court’s record for the most Grand Slams. At the same time, if defending champion Inga Swetek wins, for the first time since 2008, no woman will save the title.
640 players are participating
640 players will participate in this clay court grand slam. It will have 128–128 in both singles while 64–64 teams will be in all three doubles.
300 million is prize money
The prize money of the French Open is Rs 300 crore, which is 10.53% less than the previous time. Singles champions will get 14 crores while runnerups will get 6.6 crores.