ATP Tennis live streaming from Rome with Andy Murray, Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic, Berdych, Gasquet, Wawrinka available to watch online.
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The ATP Tour heads to Rome this week and we are all set for another cracking tournament with the world’s best players in action.
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isn’t long to go until the French Open gets underway and although these competitions are important to win, much of the focus is on building confidence and momentum for the second Grand Slam of the year.
It is no surprise to see that Rafael Nadal has dominated this event over the years as he has come out on top in six of the last tournaments, with Novak Djokovic winning the other two.
Nadal comes into this one in superb form as he won the Madrid Masters last time out and it looks as though the King of Clay is back to his best on this surface.
The Spaniard is the 9/10 favourite to win this Italian Open and if he can play the same kind of tennis as he did in his native country last week, then stopping him is going to be tough.
Djokovic crashed in the opening round in Madrid, so he needs to bounce back here and show how strong he can be on clay.
The Serbian has a good record in this competition and the bookies see him as the only real threat to Nadal as he is being offered at 9/4 to win here.
Nadal and Djokovic are expected to meet in the semi-final and if they do, we could see another epic encounter from these two.
Andy Murray is another man that really needs to improve on this surface if he is to get close to the favourites in the French Open.
The Scotsman plays his first match of the tournament on Tuesday as he locks horns with Marcel Granollers and after being eliminated early-on in Madrid, this won’t be an easy encounter for the British number-one.
However, if he performs how we know he can, then Murray should win here and he is at 1/6 to progress to the next round. At the moment, he is a 17/1 shot to win this tournament.
It might come as a surprise to some to see that Roger Federer has never been victorious in the Italian Open and the best he could manage was a runner-up spot back in 2003.
Although he is an outsider at 12/1 to win, we know that Federer is never a man to be written off and as he hasn’t won this tournament in the past, he will be desperate for success.
It would be a shock if the winner of this competition in Rome wasn’t one of these four, but Juan Martin Del Potro could be cause a bit of an upset here. The Argentine is being offered at 18/1 to win in Rome.
Jo Wilfried-Tsonga and David Ferrer are then both around 40/1.
We are all set for another cracking tournament and with the French Open drawing closer and closer, players have to be playing well on what is arguably the toughest surface of them all.