2021 French Open early thoughts, concluding June 6, 2021

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Read about Novak Djokovic’s Australian Open in his latest “53 ritual”:

Novak just won his 18th to start 2021. Now there are two ways to look at this, one is he could win three more this year, and get to 21, OR, Nadal or Federer upsets him in a tournament, and they pick up their 21st, in ’21.
-Nadal has won 20
-Federer has won 20

The next tournament is the French Open, in Paris, France, the land of the Jesuits.
*Jesuit = 1+5+1+3+9+2 = 21 *IHS = 18/18

*And keep in mind, Osaka won her 21st straight match to win the Australian Open the day before Djokovic won his 18th total, on his way to 21.

This upcoming French Open will be the 125th (Numerology = 125) and it will conclude on June 6, 2021, where 21 is the 6th triangular number.

21, 6th triangular number
6/6/21 date concludes French Open

June 6th will be the 21st day of the tournament. (May 17 – June 6)
-First Round began May 30 (Qualifying matches were May 17-29)

June 6 is the 157th day of the year (37th prime), leaving 208 days remaining.

He will turn 35, three days before the championship *Catholic = 35
Three = 56 *Paris, France = 56

The tournament begins May 30, 2021, 361 days after his birthday (square root of 19).
*Djokovic can win his 19th Grand Slam event

It ends 3 days after his birthday.

Nadal has won the French Open 13 times. *13, 6th prime

France = 34 (French Open)

The tournament begins 8 days after his birthday. (19, 8th prime)
-He can win his 19th Grand Slam

The tournament ends 15 days after his birthday, or on his 16th day of his age.

The tournament begins 295 days after his birthday
-It ends 302 days after his birthday, or on his 303rd day of his age.

Update: He won his first round match of the French Open 6, 6, 6.
-It was played on the 151st day of the year (36th prime)

The tournament will end 63 days before his 40th birthday. *Paris = 63 *French Open = 40

Djokovic won the French Open in ’16.

53, 16th prime

The year began with the 53rd Australian Open.

And notice the last French Open began September 27, the date in history the Jesuits were recognized by Rome, and it ended October 11, 2020, the same day the NBA Finals ended (so that is something else to think about).


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  1. KingRussel on February 22, 2021 at 1:00 am

    I didint investigate this yet, all i know is that French Open equals 166, and Novak is currently 166th Doubles rank!

  2. KingRussel on February 22, 2021 at 1:05 am

    Also what we must pay attention is him beating No 1 weeks history record at 8th March this year. Theres 38/83. French Open equals also 59, and so far BIG 3 won 58 slams. Tennis has very big riddles, you should get in when you have time into this deep.

  3. David G. Olsen on February 22, 2021 at 1:21 pm

    It might be noted that this tournament ends on the 77th anniversary of D-Day, a day leaving 208 days.
    Operation Neptune =208
    Operation Overlord=222
    D-Day was 6-6-1944, ATP=44ro
    D-Day=66(Baconis) 6+6+44=66
    Number of the Beast=66, 258
    Invasion of Normandy=258
    June 6 is the 157th day (37th prime)
    ATP=37 Clay Court=37
    French Open=104 Normandy= 104
    Clay Court=433(Satanic) 433 is 84th prime
    Lafayette, we are here.=84
    Novak Djokovic=53
    53 is 16th prime. D-Day=16

  4. David G. Olsen on February 22, 2021 at 2:13 pm

    From Pearl Harbor (12-7-1941) to D-Day (6-6-1944)=912 days.
    Novak Djokovic=912 (Sumerian)

    • KingRussel on February 24, 2021 at 9:52 am

      Nice stuff man, look up the two comments from me at top. I think hes beating weekly NO 1 record that comes at 8th March is important alot. What we should try see is, if theres connection that he can do golden slam, win all 4 slams which would make him at 21 title before both Rafa and Roger that are on 20 atm.

  5. KingRussel on February 24, 2021 at 5:52 pm

    Hey Zach, Novak birthday is 22th May, and French Open final will be at 6th June. Thats span of 16 days!

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