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Nadal odds-on favourite to claim another French Open title

Raymond Doyle in French Open 21 May 2012
Spain's Rafael Nadal holds his trophy after winning over Switzerland's Roger Federer during their men's final in the French Open tennis championship at the Roland Garros stadium, on June 5, 2011, in Paris. (credit: JACQUES DEMARTHON/AFP/Getty Images)

Rafael Nadal has been installed as 4/5 favourite with Coral bookmakers to win a seventh French Open success, following his victory over world number one, Novak Djokovic, in today's Rome Masters final.  

Punters across the country have been rushing to back the Spaniard following a fantastic display by beating Djokovic in straight sets.

The Serbian is 7/4 (from 13/8) second favourite to claim his first title at Roland Garros and be the first player to hold all four majors since the 1960’s.

"With wins in Barcelona, Monte Carlo and Rome, Rafa Nadal looks in no mood to relinquish his King of Clay title in Paris, while for Novak Djokivic, the wait for his own personal career Grand Slam may have to go on," said Coral's David Stevens.

In the women’s side of the draw, 2002 champion Serena Williams is the 5/2 favourite to win in Paris with world number one Victoria Azarenka second favourite at 4/1 with the firm.

French Open Men’s Outright
4/5 R Nadal, 7/4 N Djokovic, 15/2 R Federer, 12/1 JM del Potro, 22/1 A Murray, 25/1 D Ferrer, 28/1 T Berdych, 40/1 M Raonic, 66/1 J Isner, 125/1 Bar

French Open Women’s Outright
5/2 S Williams, 4/1 V Azarenka, 11/2 M Sharapova, 8/1 P Kvitova, 11/1 Na Li, 12/1 A Radwanska, S Stosur, 25/1 A Kerber, M Barthel, V Williams, 28/1 C Wozniacki, 40/1 Bar



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Nadal odds-on favourite to claim another French Open title

Rafael Nadal has been installed as 4/5 favourite with Coral bookmakers to win a seventh French Open success, following his victory over world number one, Novak Djokovic, in today's Rome Masters final.  

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