The French Open Men’s final will be played at Roland Garros on Sunday. Who will be in the final is yet to be decided with both semi-finals still to be played.
Andy Murray takes on the king of clay in Rafael Nadal in the semi finals and the other semi final will be contested between Novak Djokovic and Ernests Gulbis. Even though Gulbis, the 25-year-old Latvian player is in career best form and had to beat Federer and Berdych to reach his semi-final, it was only a few weeks ago when Djokovic beat Nadal to claim his third Italian Open title in Rome on clay.
Novak Djokovic is likely to be well-backed to beat Gulbis, who is playing in his first Grand Slam semi-final, and should everything go to plan he will meet Nadal in the final of the 2014 French Open. Although the second semi-final should be more tightly contested as Murray has a lot more Grand Slam experience under his belt. That said, he has to dethrone the dethrone the king of clay, and clay isn’t his best surface.
The odds at online betting sites suggest that Djokovic and Nadal will meet in the final. While Nadal is the world No. 1 and has won a record eight French Open titles, for the first time in many years, Nadal is actually not the odds on favorite to win on his best surface.
Novak Djokovic is the opening 10/11 favourite at William Hill to win the Roland Garros final followed by Rafael Nadal @ 5/4. Murray @ 10/1 and Gulbis @ 22/1 are outsiders with the bookmakers to win the tournament.
Of course, if the online bookmakers are right and Djokovic wins, it will be his first French Open title. It is the only major Grand Slam trophy that has eluded him to date.
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