Today the French Open 2014 are starting to get exciting with the Men Semifinals.
The female final pairing has been already set. Maria Sharapova will face off with Simona Halep tomorrow. Today the men semifinals take place. Novak Djokovic will play against Ernests Gulbis and Rafael Nadal will play against Andy Murray.
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Gulbis is the big surprise of the French Open 2014. The Latvian is ranked only 17th. Djokovic is the clear favorite, but Gulbis could stop his dream of finally winning the French Open. If Djokovic would win the French Open he would be according to the Roland Garros site, one of only 8 to have won all 4 Grand Slam tournaments over the course of their careers.
Of course Gulbis is not the only one who Djokovic has to beat. Murray or Nadal will stand in between this historic achievement in tennis. Apparently Gulbis coach thinks that Gulbis is not going to be a problem for Djokovic. In an interview with the WSJ, Gunther Bresnik said: "My guy has no chance against Djokovic," Bresnik said. "I told him this. I am honest. I think he's not happy with it, but he probably agrees to a certain extent with me." So is this reverse psychology or just bad coaching?
The French Open 2014 men final is taking place on Sunday.
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