Gambling is full of great moments but some moments are more special than others.
Take for example Raphael Nadal’s quest to win his fourth straight French Open, something that has never been done in the age of Internet gambling. In fact, the rare feat has only been accomplished once before by tennis gambling great Bjorn Borg.
Gambling fans have watched spellbound as the young Spaniard has already established himself as one of the all time greats in clay court tennis gambling. And he’s just 23 years old. So far Nadal has been unflappable and it will be a huge shock to the Internet gambling community if he does not win his fourth consecutive title at Roland Garros. Not that his gambling quest will be easy, but he is simply so good on clay that there is no player of his equal anywhere in this gambling tournament, or anywhere on the face of the planet for that matter.
But as the semi-finals approach the gambling competition for Nadal will get tougher and his meeting with the third ranked player in tennis gambling, Novak Djokovic will not be easy. In fact, Djokovic may be the hardest draw in the entire tennis gambling tournament. Although behind Nadal and world Internet gambling number one, Roger Federer, no player has been hotter over the past eight months than the Serb. And with Federer struggling in the tennis gambling this year, many Internet gambling experts actually believe Djokovic to be the best player in tennis gambling right now.
Nonetheless, the Serbs big gambling wins have all come on hard courts and the French Open is played on clay. On clay there is still no one even close to Nadal’s level of proficiency and although the match up between the two should be a fantastic thing to see and a fine gambling match up, Nadal will prevail. A Nadal win in this gambling pairing would create a very interesting tennis gambling scenario, one that could see the Spaniard square off against Federer for the third straight year.
Federer has been off his game so far this year, but if the two were meet head to head in the final there is no doubt that it would be an epic tennis gambling battle. But until that takes place there is absolutely no reason not to think Nadal the favorite and the likely winner of his fourth straight French Open gambling title.