Agassi favors Nadal for French Open title

12:59, June 05, 2011      

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Former Roland Garros champion Andre Agassi tipped Rafael Nadal to beat Roger Federer on Sunday and clinch a record-tying sixth French Open.

"Nadal is the favorite because he is more comfortable in his meetings with Federer. He is playing his sixth final, he will be at ease," said the 1999 winner.

"Every time you see Nadal and Federer face each other, it's a memorable moment. It's one of the most incredible rivalries that our sport has ever had," added Agassi.

Source: Xinhua

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