2023 FRENCH OPEN
What does Taylor Fritz’s bracket look like at the 2023 French Open? Matches and dates
The young American world number nine Taylor Fritz has taken the tennis world by storm in the last year and is one to watch in France.
After making great strides in his career last year, Taylor Fritz has had the eyes of the world on his play this season, and so far the 25-year-old-American has not disappointed.
Fritz blasted his way past countryman Michael Mmoh in round one at Roland Garros and is set up to do the same to Frenchman Arthur Rinderknech in round two.
Should Fritz get through the next round, and he should, then he will face the winner of the match between Argentine Francisco Cerundolo and German Yannick Hanfmann. Likely to be world number 23 Cerundolo, Fritz will have to get through this hurdle to face the winner of the other leg, who is shaping up to be world number six, Denmark’s Holger Rune.
Fritz will have his work cut out for him at this point, and even should Rune fall, the others in that group include Monfils, Vavassori, and Oliveri, so it is still shaping up to be a stiff round.
The Quarterfinal berth which lies beyond Rune will contain either Tommy Paul or Casper Ruud, with this side of the bracket meaning that players like Tiafoe, Coric, Dimitrov, De Minaur, and Zverev lie beyond.
It is too far away to make that kind of prediction, but Fritz is fortunate in the draw in Paris and has more than a fighting chance at making a deep run here in Paris, which would only serve to up his already high profile.