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French Open Betting Odds

French Open Betting Odds

Li Na became the first ever Asian representative to win a singles Grand Slam with her 2011 French Open triumph

It’s the European’s favoured Grand Slam but the French Open divides opinion in tennis. Either way you can guarantee a whole feast of French Open betting action when the world’s best tennis players head to Paris. Every May the eyes of the tennis world are the French Open betting odds offer punters plenty of chances to make a big profit. From French Open winner odds to set betting, there are plenty of odds to be explored.

Men’s French Open betting odds

Rafael Nadal is the king of clay and the Spaniard dominates the French Open betting odds. Having won the French Open on five occasions, Nadal takes some stopping on the clay courts and has lost just five times on clay since his first French Open victory in 2005. The Spaniard will take some beating but there are greats such as Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic hoping to upset the French Open odds.

Women’s French Open betting odds

The women’s French Open betting is wide open with any number of players capable of winning the second Grand Slam tournament of the year. No one female player is dominant on clay which leaves punters in the position to make a big profit. Players like Caroline Wozniacki, Kim Clijsters, Victoria Azarenka and Vera Zvonareva will all be expected to do well but there is the potential for plenty of shocks in the French Open odds.

2011 French Open tennis betting with Ladbrokes

New customers to Ladbrokes.com are entitled to a French Open free bet and this can be used across a number ofbetting markets offered by Ladbrokes. The 2011 French Open betting is set to be dominated by Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic while the Women’s French Open betting is wide open. Paris is a superb setting for the second Grand Slam of the year and punters should take a good look at the betting odds.

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