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Its the French Open tennis today with live streaming available from Bet365Its a monumental day of tennis in the French Open at Roland Garros today as two of the biggest stars in tennis take to the courts. Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal meet in what should be a massive challenge for both players.

Of course, Nadal is the seven time champion of the clay slam and as such will take all the beating as the Spaniard can be backed to progress to the final at odds of around 8/11.

Its been relatively smooth sailing for the Champion, who looks back to his best as he brushed aside Swiss opponent Branislav Wawrinka in the quarter final in three sets, winning 6/2, 6/3, 6/1, in a a master class of clay court tennis.

Of course, things will be much tougher today for the Spaniard as he faces the World number one in scintillating form himself. The Serb cruised through his quarter final matchup with Tommy Haas, disposing the German in another straight sets victory, 6/3,7/6/, 7/5.

Djokovic can be backed to win the match at 6/4, and it is not surprising that he is the underdog, having never one the prestigious Slam on Clay at Roland Garros.

It will be a difficult task, with Nadal looking back to his best following a spell out through injury – his last defeat in Paris came in 2009 against Robin Soderling, and the winner of this semi final matchup could easily see the outright winner of the tournament.

The Serb has only won three times against Nadal on Clay, the Spaniard winning twelve times, so there is no doubt as to the uphill task ahead.

There is no doubt that the big semi-final coming from Roland Garros today sees two of the best players in the world right now – Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic – lock horns.

This is all set to be a superb encounter and many believe it could go down in French Open history as one of the best as both men are playing some excellent tennis right now.

Nadal might have been out of action for a while, but he is the best clay court player of his generation by some margin, so is always a favourite coming into this tournament, whereas Djokovic is the world number one and one of, if not the toughest man to beat on the men’s circuit.

With one of Jo-Wilfried Tsonga or David Ferrer waiting in the final, a lot of tennis experts feel as though the winner of this one will go onto take the title.

When you look at the odds for this one, you can see that the bookmakers feel as though it is there for Nadal to take this match as he is at 7/11.

It is now seven French Open titles for Nadal and Djokovic is the man he beat in the final last year, so he has a lot of knowhow here at Roland Garros.

The Spaniard had a fairly shaky start to his tournament as he was dropping games and sets that he has taken so easily over the years, but he has come into his own during the latter stages and was a straight set winner in the previous round.

There is something about this surface that he clearly loves and if at his best, there doesn’t seem to be anyone in the world that can beat him.

However, one man that will feel as though he can be a serious challenger is Djokovic and after coming so close to the title last year, he will be out for revenge this afternoon.

The Serbian has shown us over the last few years that he is one of the best around and if he gets a good start, he could upset the odds here. At the moment, the Australian Open champion can be backed at 24/17 to progress to the final. The bookies have him as the underdog, but certainly aren’t writing him off.

Clay is where he is at his weakest, but it shows you just how good Djokovic is as he still manages to make Grand Slam finals on a surface he sometimes struggles on.

A lot of things have to go right for the world number one here and he might need Nadal to make a few mistakes in order to come out on top.

In truth, it is tough to see anything that a thriller from Roland Garros this afternoon as both men have bags of quality and are desperate to come out on top. The excitement inside the arena is already building and we will see which man has the last laugh in just a few hours times when this one finishes.

Nadal is fancied to lift his seventh French Open crown and is currently the heavy favourite to do so at 10/11.

Later on in the day the second semi final gets underway with Jo-Wilfried Tsonga facing David Ferrer. The Frenchman disposed of the legendary Roger Federer in the Quarter Finals, winning in straight sets 7/5,6/3,6/3, while he faces a tigerish opponent in David Ferrer, who won his Quarter final with relative ease, dropping only four games in a straight set victory over fellow compatriate Tommy Robredo.

Both these players are outsiders to lift the trophy, with Tsonga and Ferrer both around the 11/1 mark, which is a true sign that Djokovic and Nadal are far out in front.

It should be a superb day of high quality tennis at Roland Garros, with Djockovic Nadal starting proceedings, with play beginning at 12pm GMT.

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