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Tennis Odds - French Open Women's Contenders

Tennis odds handicappers are excited about the attractive lineup of top women’s players for the 2011 French Open that will highlight the betting odds board.
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Tennis odds handicappers will have their choice of several bona fide contenders on the women’s side of the board with plenty of potential upsets with the tennis betting odds.

The 2011 French Open from Roland Garros in Paris, France will run from May 17 through June 5.  Sports Gambling will have odds on this major Grand Slam event so be sure to open your account and have it ready for action.

Italy’s Francesca Schiavone was the winner of the 2010 French Open on the women’s side last year and enters this year’s event as the 5th ranked player in the world.  Her French Open title was the first Grand Slam title of her career.

Entering action this year with the Roland Garros odds the top ranked women’s player in the world is Caroline Wozniacki of Denmark.  This will be her 5th French Open and she is coming off a quarter final finish last year, which was the best of her career at Roland Garros. Wozniacki has won 31 matches so far this year.

The 2nd ranked player in the world on the women’s side is Kim Clijsters of Belgium.  She was a finalist at Roland Garros in 2001 and 2003 and was the winner of the Australian Open in 2011 and has 3 US Open titles from 2005, 2009, 2010.  She has won 21 matches so far this year.

Another top tennis gambling contender for this year’s French Open is Vera Zvonareva of Russia.  She has participated in 7 previous French Open tournaments with a best finish in 2003 as a quarterfinalist.  She has won 23matches this year and has been ranked as high as number 2 in the world for women’s tennis singles and was ranked 3rd entering Roland Garros.

The 4th ranked women’s tennis player in the world entering Roland Garros was Victoria Azarenka.  She has played in 5 previous French Open tournaments with a best career finish in 2009 as a quarterfinalist.  She was beaten the tennis odds in 25 matches this year with a high rank of 4th for women’s singles.

Other top women’s contenders are Na Li of China, Samantha Stosur of Australia, and Maria Sharapova of Russia.