Men's French Open Odds


PARIS, France (TheSpread) – The next grand slam tennis event is set to begin this weekend. Here is a look at the odds to win the 2014 French Open men’s title.

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According to oddsmakers at, Rafael Nadal is the favorite to win, as he has 13/10 odds. Other short odds to win are Novak Djokovic (3/2) and Stanislas Wawrinka (6/1).

Nadal has absolutely dominated this clay-court event. He has won the title eight of the last nine years and four years running. He is a 13-time grand slam champion and has reached the finals in three of his last four grand slam events.

Djokovic has never won this event. This is the only grand slam event to elude him. He is a six-time grand slam champion and he has reached the finals in 10 of his last 14 grand slam events.

Wawrinka has never won this event or even advanced past the quarterfinals. He is coming off a win in the Australian Open, which was his first grand slam title. He has reached the quarters in three of his last four grand slam tournaments.

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The French Open will take place from May 25-June 8 from Rolland Garos in Paris, France. For complete odds to win the Men’s French Open Title, see below

Odds to win the Men’s 2014 French Open

Rafael Nadal 13/10

Novak Djokovic 3/2

Stanislas Wawrinka 6/1

Kei Nishikori 15/1

Roger Federer 15/1

Andy Murray 20/1

David Ferrer 20/1

Tomas Berdych 50/1

Grigor Dimitrov 50/1

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 60/1

Nicolas Almagro 60/1

Fabio Fognini 60/1

Milos Raonic 80/1

Ernests Gulbis 100/1

Richard Gasquet 125/1

Gael Monfils 150/1

Jerzy Janowicz 150/1

Alexandr Dolgopolov 150/1

Marin Cilic 150/1

John Isner 200/1

Tommy Robredo 250/1

Gilles Simon 250/1

Fernando Verdasco 250/1

Tommy Haas 250/1

Philipp Kohlschreiber 250/1

Mikhail Youzhny 300/1

Benoit Paire 300/1

Juan Monaco 300/1

Sam Querrey 500/1

Kevin Anderson 500/1

Feliciano Lopez 500/1

Bernard Tomic 500/1

Janko Tipsarevic 500/1

Jeremy Chardy 500/1

Marcos Baghdatis 500/1

Jurgen Melzer 500/1

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