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Roger Federer Odds

Roger Federer Odds

A player that has sat atop the men’s world rankings for 237 consecutive weeks should certainly be a leading contender in the tennis betting for any event that he enters.

This and the fact that he has won more male Grand Slam singles titles than any other player in history means that Roger Federer odds are always highly sought after.

What else is also remarkable about Federer is that he is one of just seven players to win each of the Grand Slams on at least one occasion.

Roger Federer odds are particularly popular in Wimbledon betting

Undoubtedly Federer’s most dominant displays have come at Wimbledon, where is a six-time champion.

Five of these victories came in succession between 2003 and 2007, meaning that Federer was also a well-supported choice in the Wimbledon odds, even to the point where Roger Federer betting opportunities were available on him progressing through the whole tournament without dropping a single set.

Federer also prominent in US Open odds and Australian Open betting

Federer’s shot-making abilities have also been widely seen on hard courts, which is a surface where he has collected nine Grand Slam titles. Five of these have come at the US Open and although he has not won there since 2008, the Swiss Maestro will still be among the leading fancies in the US Open odds.

Federer is also prominent in the Australian Open betting because of his consistency of never failing to make at least the semi finals in Melbourne since 2004.

Big Roger Federer odds available for French Open

Federer has always had his biggest problems on clay, which means his record at the French Open does not come close to matching his achievements in other Grand Slams.

He did achieve his one victory in 2009, but it is Rafael Nadal odds who will still prove the most popular after his dominance on the surface. However, this means that Federer is often a big price in the French Open odds, particularly for a player of his undoubted talents.

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