2016 French Open Betting Tips PT 2- By A.J. Ryder on May 23, 2016 18:05 GMT
This is especially useful if you expect upstart contenders such as Milos Raonic or Jo Wilfried Tsonga to be the one to face off against Djokovic in the final match of the 2016 French Open.
Should Djokovic not pull off the tournament Victory, the vast majority of observers seem to believe that Andy Murray has every chance to pull things off and he is trading at a relatively enticing price of about 7/2. there is a lot to like about his ability and he has been building up momentum over the last several years and now it looks like he is widely viewed as the number two in the world with Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal both losing a step of form or two in the last few years.
Nadal remains in the mix here however and is widely viewed as the third favorite to secure the 2016 French Open and you'll find him trading as high as a 6/1 price right now with the majority of European bookmakers. Some books have him priced as short as a 5/1 listing but he has been relatively inconsistent as of late and that price might appear just a little bit too short for the majority of the betting public.
Other notable contenders in the next to secure the 2016 French Open include Stan Wawrinka, Who can be back anywhere from a 9 / 1 margin all the way up to a 14 / 1 margin and that's a very interesting price particularly on a nice way that since Wawrinka has put together some quality stuff over the last couple of years and is now becoming a regular fixture in the latter stages of grand slam tournaments. Kei Nishikori is another one to keep your eye on and he is trading around a 25/1 margin with several top bookmakers. He is also a player who has been gaining in stature over the last few tournaments and could have a chance to make an impression here particularly if he is able to build up a lot of momentum in the earlier stages of the 2016 French Open.