Re: Playing two matches in a day, good or bad?
It means Svitolina and Zverev will win the French. Fresh, fresh. While others are grinding away on slow clay for 3 hours, only to rest a bit and continue for another 2 hours, depending on the match. And some are playing against R3 opponents who finished theirs on Tuesday, and even playing doubles. No wonder the two Nastjia's didn't bother to stay around for another rain delay. Diego the other day was complaining about his matches in Monte Carlo and Madrid, and how close they were together. They have physios, recovery mechanisms and so forth, but I am sure they will be tired, the lactic acid build-up in the body, especially for those who will go on to reach the final.