Two-time grand slam champion Jim Courier believes that Novak Djokovic would be facing face Rafael Nadal on his road to the French Open title.
The Spaniard, who has been seeded sixth in the ongoing tournament, would probably be facing the World Number One in the quarter-finals at the Roland Garros.
Serb Djokovic has been in immaculate form this season , gathering a 35-2 win-loss record, including the Australian Open title and Masters 1000 triumphs at Indian Wells, Miami, Monte Carlo and Rome, and has a golden chance to complete his career grand slam in Paris.
Stuff.co.nz quoted Courier, as saying that if he were Djokovic’s coach (Boris Becker) he would tell him that all roads lead to Nadal.
Courier, who won the French Open in1991 and 1992, said that Nadal’s struggling form has made the men’s singles the most intriguing this year and suggested variables such as weather could make a difference.