French Open betting in 2009 begins on Sunday, May 24th and concludes on Sunday, June 7th.
Gamblers who bet on French Open odds at the sports book will notice that Rafael Nadal is a heavy favorite in French Open betting odds on the men’s side while the women’s side is wide open.
French Open betting should be interesting to watch and wager on in 2009. NBC, ESPN 2 and the Tennis Channel will be providing coverage of the event. Most of the attention in French Open betting on the men’s side will go to Nadal and deservedly so. He has won the tournament the last four years and can break Bjorn Borg’s record if he wins his fifth straight title this year. French Open betting odds at the sports book predict that he will as Nadal is the 1-4 favorite. Roger Federer is the second choice at 12-1 in French Open betting odds. The only other two players that are considered even remote contenders in French Open betting at the online sportsbook are Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray.
The women’s side in French Open betting is a lot more wide open this year. Serena Williams and Dinara Safina are the two leading contenders in French Open betting. Ana Ivanovic won in French Open betting last year but she is just the sixth choice on the tennis betting odds board at 9-1. Jelena Jankovic is considered the third choice in French Open betting at 6-1 at the online sportsbook and it could be her time to win the French Open.
Elena Dementieva, Viktoria Azarenka, Vera Zvonareva, Svetlana Kuznetsova and Venus Williams are also serious contenders in Roland Garros betting as each have odds of less than 12-1. The women’s side is sure different than the men’s side with as many as seven different women who have a legitimate chance to win for gamblers who bet on French Open action.
As you bet on French Open tennis action this year you have a couple of different options. You can pick a player to win the overall tournament on either the men’s or women’s side or you can bet matchups just as you can in other Grand Slam betting events. This is where you just bet on the outcome of a particular match, not the entire tournament. Both of these choices are excellent as you bet on French Open tennis.
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