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This might be advantage Djokovic from the condition's POV, even if it won't be indoors.
Nadal's balls won't reach shoulder height with chilly conditions and damp clay
 

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20 % chance of rain and that is the main key.
No roof going to save Djokovic this time.
Rain is scheduled by French forecasts that are very rarely wrong.

Nadal prevails if its "WINDOVIC" and the roof stays open. Remember that final with Murray
Less wind on Sunday than today 10/15 instead of 15/20 kmh
 

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I'm seeing either no rain on Sunday or some scattered showers... but it will be mostly sunny according to the forecasts I'm seeing.
 

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57F? LOL that’s pretty chilly for tennis 🥶
Really? A bit of sun and it’s downright balmy in my view.

I am a bit surprised at how sensitive the pros seem to be to temperature. Honestly, I find that anything between 50 and 100 is playable without many issues.
 

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What the players like does not matter for the tournament director. Except for Federer and Tiley at the AO of course.
Not really true. If both players wanted it closed they would probably do it, but I doubt both would want it closed unless it is actually raining pretty hard.
 

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Hope they play with the roof closed.
That 2018 Wimbledon Semi-Final was epic, 10-8 5th Set.
It never rained during that match, so we were very lucky to have the roof closed.
 
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