Novak Djokovic 100/1 to stay unbeaten in 2011

Novak Djokovic has now won 39 consecutive matches

Djokovic is now unbeaten in 39 matches but the odds suggest his run will come to an end at Roland Garros

The Serb extended his sensational streak to 39 consecutive wins this year by defeating Rafael Nadal in the final of the Rome Masters, and has now been cut to 5/4 (from 5/2) to win the French Open. The Spaniard remains the 10/11 favourite, at Ladbrokes, to win again in Paris, while it’s 50/1 that Djokovic and Nadal meet in every Grand Slam final in 2011. Djokovic is 1/3 to finish the year as World Number 1.

Alex Donohue of Ladbrokes told Bettingpro: 

“Despite cutting Djokovic for the French Open we think his winning streak may come to an end there. His red-hot form means there will be takers for him to stay unbeaten and he looks set to finish the year at the top of the pile.'

In which tournament will Djokovic suffer his next loss:

French Open - 1/2
Queen's - 2/1
Wimbledon - 7/1
Any Other - 14/1

Who will inflict Djokovic’s first defeat in 2011:

Nadal - 13/8
Murray - 5/1
Federer - 10/1
Any Other - 4/5
Unbeaten - 100/1

To win the French Open:
Nadal 10/11
Djokovic 5/4
Federer 14/1
Murray 16/1
Del Potro 25/1
Soderling 25/1
Ferrer 25/1



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