French Open 2022 Draw: When and where to watch?

The 2022 French Open draw ceremony will be held on Thursday, May 19 at the Stade Roland Garros.

French Open 2021
French Open 2022

The French Open is here and so is the excitement amongst all the hardcore tennis fans. This year’s French Open is expected to be full-on entertainment and talent. The tennis world is going to see the greats of in form Novak Djokovic, Injury return Rafael Nadal, and the rising star Carlos Alcaraz in men’s singles while the woman draw would include the unstoppable Iga Swiatek.

The Draw for the 2022 French Open is set to take place on Thursday 19th May at 6 pm BST (7 pm in Paris). The draw would be an interesting one which would see some of the great clashes in the latter part of the tournament as the best are expected to face each other given the seedings at which all of them stand.

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This year there are a lot of players to watch for. Out of all Carlos is someone who has been outstanding and is expected to be one of the contenders for the title. Many tennis legends and pundits have ranked him ahead of Nadal. Next would be Nadal who comes into the tournament with a lack of form and Injuries. Finally, it would be Djokovic on whom all eyes would be looking into his recent form.

Where to Watch the live stream For the French Open Draw?

The French Open
The French Open

The Draw is set to take place on Thursday 19th May. This year there are 104 direct entries,16 qualifiers, and 8 wildcards. Each draw would have 128 players. The draw can be caught live by the viewers free of cost on eurosport.com, Facebook, and the Youtube channel of Roland Garros.

Players to watch out for

Rafael Nadal and Iga Swiatek
Rafael Nadal and Iga Swiatek

Men

Nadal will be playing on his favorite dirt but this time around he is coming into the tournament with less form and confidence. Adding to this due to his early exit from the Italian open he is seeded at No 5 which means he would face Djokovic as early as the quarters of the tournament.

Alcaraz the young Spaniard is all set to perform his best. He is a sure shot favorite for many however, Carlos would have to go through some difficult opponents on his way to the glory as he sits at No.6

Women

Swiatek is on an incredible run of unbeatable since the last 28 matches. Emma Raducanu is going to make her debut at the Roland Garros this year. She has been going through a dull phase with changes in coaches and injury woos. Barbora Krejcikova is the title defender who if participates would be playing after mid-February. She would hope to get easy matches in the early stages.

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