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Odds to Win the 2017 Men’s French Open

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May/21/2017

Rafael Nadal was coming in at -140 as the odds-on favorite to win the Men’s 2017 French Open.  Novak Djokovic required less of a risk for a more generous payout of US$330 on every US$100 bet or US$33 for every US$10 betFrench Open May 21 - Jun 10

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Djokovic also has value in light of Nadal hitting a snag ahead of this week’s French Open start. He lost in three straight sets in the finals in both Barcelona and Madrid after dominating with his first grand slam win since 2014.

That loss was to Spaniard Dominic Thiem.

"He played very aggressive, hitting the ball very strong," Nadal said.  "The court here is probably the smaller on all the center courts on clay, so that makes the players who play with bigger serve and hitting the ball strong, you know, is a little bit more easier for them to see the option to hit winners.

"So he did it. He played very long. He didn't miss a lot. Played high intensity.

"In general I was not able to push him back. He had the control of the points much more times than me. That's the key of this game."

Andre Agassi will coach Novak Djokovic at this year’s French Open, thus providing an additional edge that makes those 3-1 odds especially enticing.

"I spoke to Andre the last couple weeks on the phone, and we decided to get together in Paris," Djokovic said. "So he's going to be there. We'll see what [the] future brings.

"We are both excited to work together and see where it takes us. We don't have any long-term commitment. It's just us trying to get to know each other in Paris a little bit," Djokovic added. "He will not stay the whole tournament. He's going to stay only to a certain time, and then we'll see after that what's going to happen."

Tennis betting has become especially popular in recent years.  While there is less of a likelihood of a massive payout as we often find with golf tournaments, those players with the shortest odds tend to have a better chance of winning, thus providing sports bettors with a greater likelihood of cashing out.

All odds subject to change so lock them in now here

Odds to Win the Men's French Open

04:00 AM

1521

Rafael Nadal

 

-140

 

1522

Novak Djokovic

 

+330

 

1523

Stan Wawrinka

 

+1200

 

1524

Andy Murray

 

+1200

 

1525

Dominic Thiem

 

+750

 

1526

Nick Kyrgios

 

+3300

 

1527

Kei Nishikori

 

+3300

 

1528

David Goffin

 

+4000

 

1529

Alexander Zverev

 

+1800

 

1530

Juan Martin del Potro

 

+3300

 

1531

Grigor Dimitrov

 

+5000

 

1532

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga

 

+5000

 

1533

Milos Raonic

 

+5000

 

1534

Gael Monfils

 

+6600

 

1535

Lucas Pouille

 

+6600

 

1536

Marin Cilic

 

+6600

 

1537

Pablo Cuevas

 

+10000

 

1538

Thomas Berdych

 

+10000

 

1539

Richard Gasquet

 

+10000

 

1540

Fabio Fognini

 

+6600

 

1541

Albert Ramos-Vinolas

 

+10000

 

1542

Roberto Bautista-Agut

 

+10000

 

1543

Pablo Carreno Busta

 

+10000

 

1544

David Ferrer

 

+10000

 

1545

Jack Sock

 

+10000

 

- Alistair Prescott, Gambling911.com

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