The French Open Tennis begins with live streaming on Rafael Nadal, Tomas Berdych, Novak Djokovic & David Ferrer, Laura Robson in action.
The French Open gets underway this weekend and as ever, this tournament at Roland Garros is set to be a thrilling encounter.
This is the only Grand Slam to take place on clay and there has been one man that has dominated the competition over recent years – Rafael Nadal.
The Spaniard has been a winner here seven times in the last eight years and it is going to be tough for anyone to stop him this time out, especially if he gets a good start and builds some momentum in the opening rounds.
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The bookmakers can’t seem to look past an eighth win at Roland Garros for Nadal either as he is at 4/6 to lift the famous trophy.
It has been a tough year or so for the French Open champion as he has been plagued by injury and a victory here might just show everyone he is still one of the best around and give him a chance of winning the next Grand Slam, Wimbledon.
Roger Federer is the only other man to have won the French Open in recent years as he came out on top in 2009.
The Swiss has been on the wrong end of a final at Roland Garros too many times for his liking though as Nadal has beaten him to the title on four occasions.
Federer will admit that the Spaniard has been simply too good for him on this surface over the years, but he might fancy his chances of winning this year. A bet on the former world number one gives you odds of 18/1, so he is considered an outsider with the bookies.
The only man close to Nadal in the betting is Novak Djokovic as he is being offered at 2/1.
The Serbian produced his best performance in the French Open last year when reaching the final, but he was beaten by Nadal in four sets.
However, the current world number one showed what he is capable of in that encounter and even though he hasn’t had the best time of things on clay this campaign, he has the quality to mount a challenge for the title.
Andy Murray is out of action with a back injury, but if we’re being honest, his record on clay doesn’t suggest that he would have been involved come the closing stages here.
Also injured is Juan Martin Del Potro, so there are big names missing from the tournament which could mean an outsider enjoys a successful couple of weeks in Paris.
You have the likes of David Ferrer, Tomas Berdych and Jo Wilfried Tsonga looking to upset the odds. However, they are available between 33/1 and 100/1, so they aren’t given much of a chance in the betting.
It should be an intriguing French Open this year and it will be interesting to see if anyone can stop Nadal in the Grand Slam he loves the most. Expect the French crowd to come out in their thousands and some top quality tennis to be played.