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Tennis Gambling - 2010 Davis Cup

Tennis gambling excitement and anticipation is building at a rapid rate for the 2010 Davis Cup Finals as handicappers will bet tennis odds December 3-5.
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Tennis gambling fans will have their choice of the top two teams in the world that have succeeded at beating the tennis odds in three previous rounds of action.

France will face Serbia in an indoor hard court as Belgrade, Serbia will host the event.

France defeated Germany 4-1 in the First Round on March 5-7, then defeated Spain 5-0 in the Quarterfinals July 9-11, and then clinched a spot in the Davis Cup Betting Championship by beating Argentina 5-0 on September 17-19.

Serbia opened with a 3-2 win over the United States in the First Round on March 5-7.  That was followed with a 4-1 win over Croatia on July 9-11.  The Serbs defeated the Czech Republic 3-2 on September 17-19 to clinch their spot in the Finals.

France is the third most successful team in Davis Cup history as they have a total of 9 wins, which is tied with Great Britain.  They have done no worse than the Quarter Final in the past 7 consecutive seasons.  Their roster consists of some of the most respected names with those handicapping the Davis Cup Odds.

Arnaud Clement, Paul-Henri Mathieu, Michael Llodra, Richard Gasquet, Giles Simon, Gael Monfils, Jeremy Chardy, and Julien Benneteau make up the team. The team captain is Guy Forget.

Serbia may not have the long term history of the French team but they have plenty of recent success that has captured the attention and respect of tennis fans and gamblers.  Serbia’s captain is Bogdan Obradovic and the roster consists of Novak Djokovic, Viktor Troicki, Tanko Tipsarevic, Nenad Zimonjic, and Ilija Bozoljac.

A key loss for the French team was Jo-Wilfried Tsonga as he suffered a knee injury and is out for this tennis gambling matchup.  The Frenchman had to undergo surgery after the sustaining the injury at Wimbledon this past summer.

The injury was described as a tendon snap and it will also cost Tsonga a spot in the ATP World Tour Finals as well as the Paris Masters.  Tsonga said it was his childhood dream to play in the Davis Cup and he is taking the injury very hard.  Despite the loss of Tsonga the French team is considered deep, talented and able.