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Tennis Odds - 2011 French Open top Men's Contenders

Tennis odds handicappers now that Rafael Nadal will be the prohibitive favorite with the tennis betting odds to win the 2011 French Open tournament this year.
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Tennis odds handicappers looking for good board value however will have a host of top shelf players on the men’s side to consider with the tennis betting odds.

The 2011 French Open from Roland Garros in Paris, France will run from May 17 through June 5.  Be sure and have your Sports Gambling account open and ready for action as the top players in the world battle it out on the famed clay court.

Nadal will enter the 2011 French Open as the top ranked men’s player in the world.  He has played in 6 French Open tournaments and won each and every time with the exception of 2009 when he had to withdraw due to injury.  He was won 32 matches so far this year.

The number two player in the world is Novak Djokovic of Serbia.  He has played in 6 previous French Open tournaments and has a best finish of semifinalist in both 2007 and 2008.  He is a two time champion of the Australian Open.

Switzerland’s Roger Federer will be another popular alternative to Nadal with the Roland Garros odds.  Federer won the 2009 French Open to complete a career Grand Slam and has played in a total of 12 French Open tournaments.

Federer has struggled for most of his career on the clay surface of Roland Garros but his 2009 triumph shows that he has the ability to be an outstanding tennis gambling value.

Andy Murray of Great Britain is another outstanding alternative to Nadal for the French Open tournament.  Murray is the 4th ranked player in the world and has competed in 4 previous French Opens with a best finish in 2009 as a quarterfinalist.  Murray has a high rank of 2nd in men’s singles.

Sweden’s Robin Soderling is another men’s player that should garner plenty of consideration on the board for Roland Garros.  Soderling will enter action with the tennis odds as the 5th ranked player in the world.

He has been a finalist in the last 2 French Open tournaments and has competed in a total of 7 French Opens.  He has been ranked as high as 4th in the men’s single’s standings.