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On Day 4 of the competition, the men’s singles second round gets underway at the French Open. 16 matches, or the whole half of the draw, are being played. We at LWOT will share our opinions with you on each of them, as always. The sixteen matches were divided among four articles. Three other articles include Jannik Sinner vs. Richard Gasquet, Ben Shelton vs. Kei Nishikori, and Frances Tiafoe vs. Denis Shapovalov, in addition to this one. Damian Kust, Ateet Shrivastava, and Tope Oke have all made predictions for today’s matches. Who do you believe will succeed?

Day 4 of the French Open predictions
Dimitrov Grigor vs Marozsan Fabian

Tope: Following easy victories in the opening round, both players will put one another to the test. Although Dimitrov appears to have won, Marozsan is unplayable when he’s not feeling his best. Given the way he destroyed Kukushin, I’d think he’s in excellent form and predict he’ll win this match handily.
Forecast: Marozsan in five

Ateet: Grigor Dimitrov had a strong first-round performance, striking 35 wins and only 16 unintentional mistakes. After struggling in Geneva and Rome, Fabian Marozsan defeated Mikhail Kukushin to earn a much-needed victory. Though Dimitrov’s expertise at this level should help him win, it won’t be an easy match.
Forecast: Dimitrov in four

Damian: Marozsan hasn’t been in terrific condition throughout the clay swing, but his playstyle normally doesn’t require a lot of rhythm to turn in a standout performance. He also has a great ability to buy opponents time, and he will be applying a lot of pressure to Dimitrov’s backhand slice. The Bulgarian may once again be a touch vulnerable considering he has never advanced to the quarterfinals in Paris.

After the Swiss Sebastian shocked Terence Atmane by winning two sets to one in the first round, the duel of the Sebastians looks to be an exciting one. It took Sebastian Baez five sets to overcome Gustavo Heide, who was making his debut. Normally, Baez is the superior player—especially on clay—but it seems like he’s not at his best right now, so I’ll go with Ofner to win what should be a competitive match.
Forecast: Ofner in five

Ateet: The players’ first-round encounter ended in a close five-set victory for both of them. Baez was down a break in the last set, while Ofner was down two sets to love before winning the match. Although Ofner has a strong game, Baez had the advantage due to his superior court covering and rallying skills.
Forecast: Baez in five

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