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Date: 24th May- June 7th 2015
Broadcaster: ITV Sport
Location: Stade Roland Garros Paris50% accumulator bonus
Get your 50% accumulator bonus on pre-match accumulators by wagering on the French Open Grand Slam tournament at Bet365 Sport.
Customers at Bet365 Sport can make their pre-match selections for accumulator bets from the ‘To Win’ match market, the ‘First Set Winner’ and ‘Set Betting’ markets for the singles and doubles titles, getting a bonus of up to 50% if their accumulator bet is successful.
Odds seen at Bet365 in Women’s ‘to win outright’ market: Serena Williams 11/4, Maria Sharapova 4/1, Simona Halep 4/1 and Petra Kvitova 10/1.
Odds seen at Bet365 in Men’s ‘to win outright’ market: Novac Djokovic 8/11, Rafael Nadal 11/4, Roger Federer 18/1, Andy Murray 8/1.Challenging and Rewarding Grand Slam in Paris
The big question being asked by tennis fans everywhere is ‘who will triumph in the ‘French Open’ Grand Slam tournament in 2015?’ The French Open is the last of the ‘spring’ season tournaments played on a clay surface and is currently the only International Grand Slam tournament played on a surface that slows the ball down considerably making the players work harder for every point. The slower ball speed combined with the 5 set men’s singles matches that don’t allow for a tie break in the final set, make the competition the most physically demanding in the world.
The prestige that comes from winning the French Open is huge and with prize money of over €25 million up for grabs across all the matches qualifying for a competition title there is always a superb line up of top tennis stars entering the fray. As well as the Men’s Singles title, there is the Women’s Singles, the Men’s and Women’s Doubles as well as the Mixed Doubles titles to be played for. Saturday 6th June is Women’s Final day and Sunday 7th June the men’s Final day with all tickets already sold out.Will Djokovic and Sharapova be Crowned Victors in 2015 ?
The most popular names being put forward for the men’s singles title are the well known players Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer and Andy Murray. Nadal has lost ground in the eyes of the bookmakers with the odds lengthening fast as the championship approaches, a disappointing situation in view of the fact that he won the event in 2014. Djokovic, the runner up in 2014 is in incredibly good form with 2015 already proving to be a momentous year for him giving all the signs that he will win the event unless something unpredictable occurs.
The women’s singles title was won by Maria Sharapova in 2014, her second win at Roland Garros and she has a good chance of winning again this year. Serena Williams is ahead of her in the ‘Outright Winner’ markets with Petra Kvitova following closely and Simona Halep demonstrating surprising promise in 2015. A massive selection of tennis markets and detailed French Open tennis news is available at Bet365 Sports.
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