Paris, France (Sports Network) -The reigning Australian Open, U.S. Open and Wimbledon champion Djokovic and former champion Roger Federer were a pair of second-round winners Wednesday at the French Open.
Djokovic lost to Federer in last year’s French semis, which prevented the Serb from reaching his first-ever French Open final and ended a 45-match overall winning streak.
The five-time major champion Djokovic and Federer could meet in the semis here again next week.
The 16-time major champion Federer titled here in 2009 to complete a career Grand Slam and is a four-time French Open runner-up to Rafael Nadal, including last year.
Nadal is 46-1 lifetime at Roland Garros, including an Open-Era-record-tying six titles. He’s currently the reigning two-time champ, including a victory over his great rival Federer in last year’s finale.
The 10-time major champion Nadal lost to Djokovic in the last three Grand Slam finals.
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