The domain of Big three, and especially in the last decade, it is undeniable. Federer, Nadal and Djokovic are the top three Grand Slam tournament winners in tennis history. The Swiss have 20, while the Spanish and Serbian have 19 and 17 respectively. However, in the final of Roland Garros 2020 one of them will add another Major to their showcases. Rafael Nadal arrived after defeating Diego schwartzman, while Novak Djokovic eliminated Stefanos Tsitsipas to get into the definition.
Since Federer won his first Grand Slam tournament, Wimbledon 2003, they disputed 68 championships of this caliber, not counting the current French Open. Of that amount, the Big three was crowned in a total of 56. Alone Roddick, Gaudio, Safin, Del Potro, Murray three times, Wawrinka, three times, Cilic and Thiem were the ones who could lift a trophy in that period of time.
The Roland Garros that is being disputed is the Major number 69 since that Wimbledon in 2003. Rafael Nadal or Novak Djokovic will be the champion, so the chances are that the Manacor will get his 20th title or that Nole is crowned for the 18th time. The fight to be the top Grand Slam tournament winner is more alive than ever.