Both Rafael Nadal (right) and Justine Henin are going this weekend for what would be the third successive French title for each.
Henin would seem to have the easier time against No. 7 seed Ana Ivanovic tomorrow. Ivanovic had a surprisingly easy time of it in the semifinals, dispatching Maria Sharapova in straight sets. Belgian Henin has 32 singles titles; Serbian Ivanovich has three, but she is on a hot streak.
Standing between Nadal, a Spaniard, and his third French Open title is more formidable opposition, the Swiss Roger Federer. Federer is ranked No. 1 in the world and Nadal is No. 2. But the clay courts of the French Open are Nadal territory. He is 5-1 against Federer on clay and has not lost a set this tournament.
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