Halle is the best-loved event for the Swiss Maestro Roger Federer. A small German town even has a street named after Roger who has won eight titles in Halle as will be looking to rebound the ninth one this year.
Weather and Courts
The weather in Germany is very pleasant and comfortable: 15-25°C. But on Friday and Saturday rains are predicted, so the situation might change. The courts in Halle are the same as in Stuttgart.
As mentioned above, Roger Federer has regularly done well in Halle lifting 8 titles altogether. Among other Gerry Weber Open champions are Tommy Haas, Philipp Kohlschreiber, Leytonn Hewitt and Tomas Berdych.
2017 Draw Analysis
This year, there are four top-10 players in the field. Add to this, Gael Monfils and Lucas Pouille and you’ll understand that Halle has never looked so competitive before. Roger Federer shall be a showstopper and possess more chances to succeed than his opponents.
The defending champion Florian Mayer is in good form also but he is unlikely to claim another title this year. We’d also mention Alexander Zverev, last year’s finalist. The young German can also steal the thunder.
Tommy Haas, Dominic Thiem, and Roberto Bautista Agut can also make a deep run.
First-Round Match to Watch
Red-hot Fernando Verdasco will come against Kei Nishikori. Will the Japanese play above the standard to make it to the next round? Definitely, the worthwhile battle to watch.
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