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2015 French Open Betting Preview PT 2

Other contenders include Dimitrov and Nishikori, who are at 14/1 and 25/1, respectively. Canada’s Milos Raonic has been knocking on the door for a while and isn’t a bad shout here to make a bit of a statement in this tournament. He’s also trading at a 25/1 price tag right now and that may be a popular outside wager. 


Wawrinka rounds out the field of 25/1 contenders before the odds then take a pretty big jump to Juan Martin Del Potro at 33/1 alongside the likes of Marin Cilic. 

Serena Williams is leading the women’s division and you’ll find the American trading at a 9/4 margin that makes her a relatively appealing wager. Paulina Kvitvoa can be backed as the second choice here with a 7/2 margin right now and she’ll be a tough customer on these French courts. 

Maria Sharapova is always in the mix and is a perennial candidate here. The Russian trades at an 8/1 margin and will attract a fair amount of wagering volume on that particular set of odds at the current time. Expect her to be popular after she beats an opponent or two and with a price that high you can afford for it to come down a bit as we get deeper and deeper into the women’s tournament. 

Simona Halep is a straight up 1-/1 and might be a contender that some punters forget about but she is worth keeping your eye on and could make an interesting each-way wager. Viktoria Azarenka is just behind her with an 11/1 margin while Canada’s Eugenie Bouchard is available at a solid 20/1 and could be a real contender here - particularly for those looking for a long-odds each-way wager. 

There are a number of different permutations about how things are expected to shape up but the classic move has always been to back the men’s singles winner and the female singles winner on the double. Even if you’re backing the plausible favourites here - you’re still looking at a great price. 

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