Its the French Open Tennis Final with Rafael Nadal v David Ferrer live streaming available from Roland Garros.
UK based firm Bet365 report they are in play and are live streaming on all the action from the Clay courts in Paris this afternoon, as Rafael Nadal looks for his seventh French Open Slam win.
It is a battle of the Spaniards as Rafael Nadal and David Ferrer lock horns.
Both men have played extremely well to get to this stage, but there is no doubt that Nadal is the big favourite to claim his eighth French Open title.
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number three seed has been the man that everyone has expected to win this tournament and the bookies can see him taking this one as he is at 1/7.
The semi-final Nadal played against Novak Djokovic will go down as one of the best seen at Roland Garros as the match went to all five sets and the man from Spain eventually won the deciding set 9-7. It was a thrilling, but tough battle for the favourite he might be a bit fatigued coming into this one.
However, we have seen in the past just how strong he is on clay and if he performs at his best this time out, we are sure to see Nadal lift the trophy on Sunday.
He has more knowhow in these finals than any other man on the men’s circuit and after beating the world number one in the previous round, he is sure to be confident coming in this one.
Nadal is odds-on to take this one in three sets as well as he is being offered at 8/13 to claim a 3-0 win, so the bookies can’t see anything other than a win for the favourite.
Rafael Nadal is a joy to watch on clay and he seems to be playing his best tennis on this surface right now, so it might be tough for Ferrer to get anything.
The 31-year-old can come into this one with the pressure somewhat off him though as not many are expecting him to come out on top.
In fact, his latest odds to win the French Open are 7/1 and some might see that as good value as he seems to be playing some fantastic tennis right now.
Ferrer made light work of Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in the semi-finals as he beat the Frenchman in straight sets and looks to be in superb shape. Unlike his opponent, he comes into this one refreshed and might look to get a flying start, piling the pressure on Nadal straight away.
Ferrer knows just how good the seven-time French Open champion is and it is going to take one of his best performances to date in order to lift the trophy on Sunday, but he is good enough to make a real game of this final.
Serving is going to be key for the underdog as he can’t afford to give Nadal anything. If he can get a good start and maybe even win the first set, you are sure to see Ferrer’s confidence grow and grow in this match.
We are all set for a very entertaining final from Roland Garros on Sunday, but it is tough to look past Rafael Nadal winning yet another French Open title.