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WTA Baku Cup Tennis Betting Info
Naturally with the Olympics right around the corner, things are going to be a little understated for your tennis betting this week. The big guns are all resting up and fine tuning their Olympic ambitions, while only a handful of the WTA players are in action this week. This gives us a look as some other names for a change and still some good tennis betting options.

WTA Baku Cup Tennis Betting Defending Champion
There was a decent crop of challengers for the Baku (Azerbaijan) title at this time last year, and it was Russian Vera Zvonareva who took the honours. She has almost gone invisible at the game at the moment, as she just can’t hit the levels that she was producing which took her close to Grand Slam titles. She’s not playing here to defend her title.

WTA Baku Cup Tennis Betting Favourite
With Zvonareva gone, along with some of the better quality that was seen here last year, it is Russia’s Ksenia Pervak who is trading as the outright favourite. If this is one of the cases of a player fitting a tournament, then she should go well. She was in storing form here last season (helped along with a walkover past Aravane Rezai) but took her chances and booked herself a spot in the final. She was outclassed and out-powered by Zvonareva at that point, but still, she returns to Caucasus as the top seed. This isn’t a player you would normally look at, but during 2012 she has put in some decent runs at Bad Gastein, Indian Wells and Miami and the rest of the season has pretty much been early exits from tournaments. Still, the draw is all set for Pervak, who is ranked 68th in the world. There is no player inside the top 100 in her half of the draw, so with a bit of focus she could well be back in the final, and this is on the hard surface, where she raises her game.

Other Contenders
Down in the bottom half, it is going to be worth taking a look at world number 72 Alexandra Panova. She has also been able to produce some decent moments this year, including reaching the final of Bogota and hitting the quarter finals of Strasbourg. The Russian does split some of her time between the ITF and the WTA, but looks to be the biggest threat to Pervak walking off with the title. She is on the up, hasn’t been in the strongest form of late in better quality fields, but this level should suit her to a tee.

Serbia’s Bojana Jovanovski. Surprised we really haven’t seen a bit more from her as a force, still she’s only twenty and has some promise to her game. She is ranked at 97 in the world, and still some development to do, but has potential. She could easily go well here, she is tested enough against top players to make an impact in an event like this. So wouldn’t be too surprised to see her making a charge this week in an evenly matched field.

Best Outside Bet
Nina Bratichikova, another of Russia’s rising stars is also going to be a bit of value as well. She has been racing up the world rankings lately and she has a massive game from the baseline. She is very hard hitting, perfectly suited to the hart courts and has scored victories against the likes of Roberta Vinci and Flavia Pennetta this season. Still not really come close to a title, but her ranking was stuck at 143 for 2010 and 2011 but is now just outside the top 100. Experienced on the ITF and worth a good shot here.

Latest WTA Baku Cup Tennis Betting Prices at online bookmaker Bet Victor
Ksenia Pervak 7/2, Alexandra Panova 6/1, Bojana Jovanovski 10/1, Alberta Brianti 10/1, Mandy Minella 16/1, Lesia Tsurenko 16/1

Online Bookmaker Promotion
Online bookmaker Bet Victor run a great tennis betting promotion which is worth dipping into throughout the 2012 season. Place a match bet on any match from the main draw of an ATP or WTA event, and if your selection loses the match in a final set tie break, then you will get your lost stake back as a free bet. So this gives you some nice coverage on your tennis betting throughout the season, should your match selection lose in a cruel way in a final set tie break. Online bookmaker Bet Victor offer a free £25 bet for new customers registering an account. The bookie will match the value of your first stake on a new account, up to the maximum value of £25, with a free bet.

 


23rd July 2012 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Sports Betting

Murray_us_Open_2011

Andy Murray v Rafael Nadal is the big semi final line up for ATP Sony Ericsson Open Tennis betting. There has been some thrilling action from Miami in both the men’s and women’s draws, and Andy Murray is right there on the threshold of winning his second Sony Ericsson title. Murray battled back from a set down against Janko Tipsarevic in the quarter final, which moved him on to a 17-3 match record for the season. Standing in his immediate way is former world number one Rafael Nadal, who also had a quarter final battle on his hands, needing three sets to see of the tough challenge of Jo-Wilfried Tsonga. So this sets up some Andy Murray v Rafael Nadal tennis betting for your pleasure, and where better to look than in the head to head stats.

Nadal actually leads the head to head against Murray 13-5, and was a thorn in the Scotsman’s side for most of last season. Nadal beat Murray in three of the four Grand Slam finals. There was four wins in total for Nadal over Murray in 2011, but Murray hit back in the Final of Tokyo last year, which Murray came back from a set down to take the title there. Murray already has a title under his belt this season, winning in Brisbane, and looks a much more mature player this season. It hasn’t been that challenging of a time in Miami for Murray, with a walkover against Milos Raonic in the third round and a comfortable win over Alejandro Falla in the second round. Nadal too, wasn’t really pushed until the quarters, and Murray v Nadal betting could genuinely swing either way at the moment. In the other semi final, Novak Dkjokovic squares off against David Ferrer.

2012 Sony Ericsson Open Tennis Betting Odds

Rafael Nadal: 8/11 at Bet Victor
Andy Murray: 5/4 at Bet Victor

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29th March 2012 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Sports Betting

BetVictor

It is final time in Tennis betting on Sunday at Indian Wells, as we reach the climax of the men’s and women’s tournament. It has been a fantastic week of tennis, and there was high drama in the semi finals, as John Isner pulled off a shock win over world number one Novak Djokovic. The tall American triumphed in a massive battle, which Isner took on a final set tie break. Isner now moves on to play the resurgent Roger Federer, who will now be favourite to claim the Indian Wells title for the fourth time in his career. Federer renewed his rivalry with Rafael Nadal in the semi final on Saturday, and it was a relatively comfortable victory for Federer. The Swiss star holds a 2-1 head to head win over Isner, but the American beat Federer in the Davis Cup last month.

Federer 1/4, Isner 3/1 at BetVictor

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Over in the women’s draw, the incredible season of Victoria Azarenka continues, as she saw off German challenger Angelique Kerber in the Indian Wells semi final. That means that Azarenka now holds the record for the best start to a new WTA season for fifteen years, as she has gone twenty two matches unbeaten this season. The record holder incidentally is Martina Hingis who went 37-0 from the start of the 1997 season. Awaiting Azarenka in the final of Indian Wells, is 2006 Indian Wells winner Maria Sharapova, who saw her semi final opponent Ana Ivanovic retire with injury in their match. This sets up a clash between the top two seeds for the Indian Wells tennis betting. It is also a repeat of this year’s Australian Open final, which Azarenka breezed through 6-3 6-0. Can Sharapova get some revenge on the board on Sunday’s final? Azarenka leads Sharapova 4-3 in the head to head, and all four of Vika’s wins have been in straight sets.

Azarenka 1/3, Sharapova 3/1 at BetVictor

 

 

 


18th March 2012 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Free Bets & Promotions

Victoria Azarenka

It will be a big weekend in Tennis betting as well this weekend, and we are still enjoying Victoria Azarenka’s unbeaten 2012. She has powered her way into the last four and is looking as if she is standing head and shoulders above everyone else. She remains the red hot favourite to take the Indian Wells title, with the possibility of having to face Maria Sharapova in the final, in what would be a repeat of the Australian Open final this year. We all know how that ended up, a comfortable victory for Azarenka.

Over in the Indian Wells tennis betting in the men’s draw, three of the big four are still in contention, with Britain’s Andy Murray again failing at the event, with an early exit. So will Novak Djokovic be able to defend his title at Indian Wells? Will Rafael Nadal be able to hit his world beating best again? Or will the resurgent Roger Federer, who has rediscovered his title winning touch in 2012 carry on his good momentum?

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16th March 2012 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Free Bets & Promotions

Tenis - Agnieszka Radwanska (Poland)

WTA Malaysia Open Betting Info
We are out in the far east for our WTA tennis betting this week, as the Tour his Kuala Lumpur. This is an outdoors event on hard court, and this event follows on from the great action in Dubai last week, where Agnieszka Radwanska confirmed her fantastic form by taking out Germany’s Julia Goerges in the final of the event. The BMW Malaysian Open is a WTA International tier event, and that means that there isn’t too many of the world’s top stars out in force this week, however, there is a strong enough crop at the head of the tennis betting field to be able to narrow down your options early in the week and still take some good value. One glimmer of British interest here, with Anne Keothavong going.

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WTA Malaysia Open Betting Defending Champion
It is Australia’s Jelena Dokic who is the defending champion for the WTA Malaysia Open. She won her first tournament on the WTA since 2002 here last year and is back for the defence of her title. Dokic saved two match points in her eventual victory over Czech left hander Lucie Safarova. We really haven’t seen anything of Dokic this year to suggest that she will pop up and defend her title, but that having been said, the world number fourteen does have a pretty draw in front of her for the tournament. She wouldn’t meet another decent seed until the quarter finals and then it would be her compatriot Jarmila Gajdosova (who is entering as a wild card and makes a better option than Dokic). The kind of chance that Dokic has is all summed in her price at the bookies, trading at 40/1 with Bet365 to defend her title. You do often look at tournament history for betting, but in this case it looks like a long shot.

WTA Malaysia Open Betting Favourite
That honour falls upon the young Polish shoulders of Agnieszka Radwanska, who is on the up and up at the moment. She is one of the star performers of the WTA this season, and heads to Kuala Lumpur on the back of picking up the title in Dubai on the weekend. Radwanska has rattled off a 15-3 win record for the season, which is remarkable, and the interesting fact about all that, is that all of her defeats have come at the hands of new world number one Victoria Azarenka. Other than that, she has been pretty much invincible. It is a deserved return for a hard working player, who has just put some very smart shot selection to work. She has to be confident and doesn’t really show any sign of slowing up. There is nothing too challenging in the draw for her, certainly not by the standards of the world number five at the moment, and if form carries through true for WTA Malaysia tennis betting, then Radwanska could be in the final. The young Pole is the firm favourite here, priced shortly at 5/4 with Totesport to pick up the title her, what would be the ninth of her career.

Other Contenders
Down in the bottom half of the draw is world number 14 Jelena Jankovic. Jankovic, a former world number one a few years ago, just hasn’t been the same player since a long injury in the 2010 season. However, she has the potential to upset the big guns and in a field like this, where she is one of the star attractions, then you expect her to go well. The Serbian met Radwanska in the semi final of Dubai last week, and actually played very well in the three set defeat. Well, she played well in patches, but the thing with Jankovic is that she seems to be contending well and then falls away quickly. But it was a highly improved tournament in terms of consistency for Jankovic, as she powered past Flavia Pennetta and Sam Stosur in Dubai before running on Radwanska in the semi’s. As the tournament second seed, she has a stroll to the final if she is on top of her game. China’s Shaui Peng is an interesting character in the field, because the sparky young player has a tremendous amount of talent, but she hasn’t come out of the blocks firing in 2012. This would be a good opportunity to get her confidence going again in a pretty easy field. Apart from that, you are looking at the offerings from Jarmila Gajdosova and Petra Martic, but again, like Peng haven’t exactly shown tournament winning form this season. So for your WTA Malaysia Open tennis betting, the clear favourites remain Agnieszka Radwanska and Jelena Jankovic.

Latest WTA Malaysia Open Betting Prices
Agnieszka Radwanska: 5/4 at Bet Victor
Jelena Jankovic: 2/1 at Totesport
Shuai Peng: 9/1 at BetFred
Petra Martic: 14/1 at Bet365
Jelena Dokic: 40/1 at Bet365
Anne Keothavong: 40/1 at BetFred

Online Bookmaker Promotion
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28th February 2012 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Sports Betting

Pennetta Flavia - Italy

WTA Abierto Mexicano Telcel Betting Info
This is the final event on the Latin American leg of the 2012 WTA Tour and while you are not going to find too many big names in attendance in Acapulco, there is some great tennis betting opportunities here. This is a clay court event and is a WTA International tier event, and that is why many of the top players aren’t out because of lack of ranking points, and with it being a clay tournament, which takes some getting used to. So, not a strong field, but two fantastic options at the top of the pecking order.

WTA Abierto Mexicano Telcel Betting Defending Champion
Argentinean Gisela Dulko, who is a doubles specialist on the WTA circuit, made a splash on her own here last season under the Mexican sunshine in Acapulco. Dulko is a pretty decent clay court player and turned out in Bogota and Monterrey in the Latin American leg of the WTA this season. She hasn’t gone past the second round anywhere yet and you are far more likely to see her winning doubles titles (usually playing alongside Flavia Pennetta) than singles titles. Still, plenty of experience to her name, and on paper has an easy run to the final. Wouldn’t be too surprised to see her break out a good clay performance.

WTA Abierto Mexicano Telcel Betting Favourite
Would take Italian Flavia Pennetta as favourite for your WTA Abierto Mexicano Telcel Betting favourite. She is class personified, and packs that class into a world ranking of 28, and makes a stronger bet than Dulko really (who is world 65). Pennetta has been to the final of a WTA Tour event this season, and plays a tidy, if not power packed game. She is one of the stand out talents in the field though in Acapulco and would fully expect to see her at the semi final stage and pushing hard for a place in the final. Why Pennetta? Well, she has been in the final here in Acapulco six times before, and has lifted the title twice. Hasn’t been here in two years, but has the proven track record at the event.

Other Contenders
Two more Italians, Roberta Vinci and Sara Errani are great clay court players, very quick and agile. They also have great stamina and tenacity on the clay, and under the Mexican heat to really push on all the way. The diminutive Sara Errani had a great run to the quarter finals of the Australian Open this season, and reached the semi finals at Monterrey last week. So is showing good form. Vinci also pops up with good runs now and again, like she did in Paris at the start of February. Still, between them they have reached seven WTA clay court finals and make good options. One good outside bet could be Irina-Camelia Begu, a bit of a mouthful, but a very promising young Romanian, so too fellow Romanian Alexandra Dulgheru, who has quietly been having a very good season between the WTA and ITF.

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28th February 2012 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Sports Betting

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga

ATP Marseille Open 13 Tennis Betting Info
Some of the players on the ATP Tour are staying in France as the Marseille Open 13, one of five stops in France on the Tour serves up a competitive line up again this week. There is a good mix of players in the field, led by home favourite Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, who the crowds will be cheering on again. This is an ATP World Tour 250 event, so it is the kind of tournament which doesn’t attract the biggest stars of the game, because of the lower tiered ranking points available, but there is still a good crop of players competing, some familiar faces we have seen already this year battling it out for titles.

ATP Marseille Open 13 Tennis Betting Defending Champion
The Defending Champion, Sweden’s Robin Soderling is not at the event because of injury which is keeping him out of the game at the moment, but with France producing four winners out of the last six Marseille events, there is good reason to back a home player in this year’s tennis betting as well here. Previous winners this tournament include Andy Murray and Roger Federer. But backing the defending champion here is out.

ATP Marseille Open 13 Tennis Betting Favourite
The prestige and pressure of start the tournament as favourite, falls up on Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, which is no great surprise. Not only is the Frenchman on home soil and will have the packing of the group, but is also the highest ranked player at the event. Trading at 5/2 with Bet Victor to take the title, Tsonga is also a previous winner of the event (back in 2009) and he is also in good form, winning in Doha recently, taking out fellow countryman Gael Monfils in the final. If he is on top form throughout the tournament in Marseille, he will take some stopping.

Other Contenders
There is a good chasing pack putting Monfils under pressure in ATP Marseille Open tennis betting. The challenge will be led by Argentinean Juan Martin del Potro, who reached the final of the ABN Amro World Tennis Tournament in Rotterdam last weekend. Del Potro couldn’t get the better of Roger Federer in the final there, but after a good run to the Australian Open quarter finals as well, Del Potro is getting better and better. He has the big shots, has the massively powerful serve to cause lower ranked fields like this a lot of problems, and that is what should put him in with a good chance of reaching another final for the forthcoming weekend. This is Del Potro’s first time in Marseille, but he has been busy this season and looking sharp enough to challenge. American Mardy Fish is also making his debut at the event, but we haven’t seen much of the world number eight this season. He heads to Marseille on just a 2-1 record for the season, so will probably be playing for sharpness. He goes as second seed, but there are probably stronger options to look at. Like Janko Tipsarevic, another debutant here. The Serbian has been in decent shape in 2012, and reached the final at Chennai in January (losing to Milos Raonic). So Tipsarevic is one of those understated players who could make a good run of things, so too Alexandr Dolgopolov, who is looking to step up to bigger this this season. If you want to look at an alternative French option, then Richard Gasquet is in the field, and Michael Llodra, who is only 2-2 this season, but won in Marseille in 2010, was a losing finalist in 2009 and also has won the double title here three times (twice in the last three years).

Latest ATP Marseille Open 13 Tennis Betting Prices
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga: 5/2 at Bet Victor
Juan Martin del Potro: 5/2 at BetFair
Mardy Fish: 4/1 at Bet365
Janko Tipsarevic: 9/1 at Bet Victor
Richard Gasquet: 11/1 at BetFair
Alexandr Dolgopolov: 16/1 at Bet Victor
Michael Llodra: 25/1 at Bet365

Online Bookmaker Promotion
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20th February 2012 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Sports Betting

John Isner

ATP Memphis Tennis Betting Info
There is an interesting looking field at the Regions Morgan Keegan Championships at the Memphis Racquet Club. Plenty of good tennis betting options here in a decent looking field, who are competing for the ATP World Tour 500 event. So good ranking points available this week in this indoor hard court event. We should see some good tennis betting action this week from the event, which is one of three going on this week on the ATP Tour (alongside Marseille and Buenos Aires)

ATP Memphis Tennis Betting Defending Champion
Andy Roddick, the scrappy, quick serving American is the defending champion here, and has won the event on two of the last three times of trying. So he will make a good option in your ATP Memphis tennis betting because of his track record here. He is usually a strong starter to the new season, but he has been really quiet so far, bowing out in the round of 64 at the Australian Open and then only reaching the quarter finals at San Jose. Still, he will be gunning for his fourth title at the Regions Morgan Keegan Championships and that means that could be the event which sparks his season into lift. Trading at around 5/1 with BetFair, he could do with a few more games under  his belt, but has form at the event as the defending champion.

ATP Memphis Tennis Betting Favourite
It is young Canadian star Milos Raonic who is starting the week as favourite in your ATP Memphis tennis betting. One of the true rising stars of the ATP Tour, he reached the final here last year, losing out to Roddick. This time last year, Memphis was his second final in a row, but already this season, he has started living up to his enormous potential in terms of titles. He has won two of three events this season, taking the titles in Chennai and most recently in San Jose last weekend, where he beat Denis Istomin in the final. So the young Canadian is carrying superb form and is on the rise and rise in the world of men’s tennis. Raonic has a powerful serve for a youngster and holds an 11-1 season match record going into Memphis. Therefore the bookies are seeing him as the biggest danger in the field.

Other Contenders
While Roddick and Raonic are looking like the two main protagonists in ATP Memphis tennis betting, there are a couple of other big names we should be weighing up. Big American John Isner is also in the field and actually starts as number one seed. Isner will be looking for his big serves to fire him through the rounds. Isner hasn’t really performed much this season, so really don’t know what to expect from him. The same can be said of Marin Cilic, who makes his season debut here in Memphis, and even Jurgen Melzer is lacking some punch this season. So Sam Querrey, despite being an outsider in terms of world rankings is a former winner here. He lifted the title back in 2010 and holds a pretty handy 12-4 match record at the event. So the event looks as if there is a lot of unknowns floating around in terms of season form, but the stand out candidate really is Raonic for your ATP Memphis tennis betting, simply because of the strong season he has been having so far.

Latest ATP Memphis Tennis Betting Prices
Milos Raonic: 2/1 at Bet365
John Isner: 3/1 at BetFair
Andy Roddick: 4/1 at Paddy Power
Ivan Dodig: 5/1 at SportingBet
Radek Stepanek: 5/1 at Bet365
Sam Querrey: 7/1 at BetFair
Kevin Anderson: 8/1 at William Hill

Online Bookmaker Promotion
Online bookmaker Bet Victor run a great tennis betting promotion which is worth dipping into throughout the 2012 season. Place a match bet on any match from the main draw of an ATP or WTA event, and if your selection loses the match in a final set tie break, then you will get your lost stake back as a free bet. So this gives you some nice coverage on your tennis betting throughout the season, should your match selection lose in a cruel way in a final set tie break. Online bookmaker Bet Victor offer a free £25 bet for new customers registering an account. The bookie will match the value of your first stake on a new account, up to the maximum value of £25, with a free bet.


20th February 2012 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Sports Betting

David Ferrer (Spanien)

There are some interesting tennis betting odds floating around at the moment for the 2012 Davis Cup betting. The World Group of the international tournament, which completed its first round matches last week, takes a break until April for the quarter finals. Rafael Nadal’s Spain took the 2011 title against Argentina at the back end of last season, and although they are the top ranked team in the world and they are the number one seeds for 2012 Davis Cup betting, they are not the favourites with the bookies and therefore represent a decent bit of value. Spain crushed Kazakhstan in their first round match 5-0 and move on to play the unseeded Austria. With the Spaniards having a lot of depth to call on (not using Nadal or David Ferrer for their first round match) they do make good value, but are out at around fourth favourites to take the title again this year. If they win their match against Austria as expected, Spain will set up a semi final clash against France or the United States. Both of those could be tricky opposition, and it is France who are trading at shorter odds in 2012 Davis Cup tennis betting at the moment. France eased past Canada in their first round match, and the presence of Jo Wilfried Tsonga and Gael Monfils as the backbone of their team, will of course serve them very well. This is all in the top half of the draw and it is down in the bottom half where the two strongest challenges are likely to come from.

Firstly there is Serbia, and with Novak Djokovic in their ranks, well, that’s worth a bit deal of course. Even without Djokovic, Serbia beat out Sweden 4-1 and there is a solid enough team in place for the Serbians to go far, with Janko Tipsarevic and Viktor Troicki backing up the world number one. The other strong challenge will of course come from Argentina, last year’s losing finalists. The ace in their pack of course is Juan Martin del Potro, but again it is the strength in depth which really has to be taken into consideration. They have Juan Ignacio Chela, Juan Monaco and David Nalbandian to call upon, and those three secured comfortable victory against Germany in the first round of the 2012 Davis Cup. The big draw here is that a likely semi clash of Serbia v Argentina will be on the cards and therefore we will lose one of the strongest challengers for the title this year. So what all of that does, really swings us back around to Spain from the top half of the draw, as they do have an easier route to the final. If they square up against France in the semi finals, would you back Rafael Nadal and world number five David Ferrer to take out Tsonga and Monfils. Pretty much, yes, more importantly so because Spain would have home court advantage being the higher seeded team. So Spain, although they aren’t backed strongly by the bookies at the moment, actually make a very viable option in 2012 Davis Cup tennis betting. Where are Britain in all of this? Well they are in Group I, a tier below the World Group, and they lost out in their first round match against Slovakia, so are out.

2012 Davis Cup Tennis Betting Odds
Serbia: 11/4 at Boylesports
France: 3/1 at Bet Victor
Argentina: 4/1 at William Hill
Spain: 9/2 at Bet365
Czech Republic: 11/1 at Paddy Power
USA: 12/1 at Bwin
Croatia: 50/1 at Bwin
Austria: 80/1 at Paddy Power

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17th February 2012 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Sports Betting

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The Open Sud de France tennis betting is underway this week in Montpellier, and has moved up the calendar year. It used to be played in Lyon late in the year, but the indoor event now gets a run out at the start of the year again, since the switch to Montpellier in 2010. There is a great competitive field at the head of The Open Sud de France tennis betting here, and it is led by Czech star Tomas Berdych. Berdych went all the way to the quarter finals of the Australian Open last week and he has won before on French soil. This is the first time that he has entered the tournament here, but coming on the back of good form, should seed the world number seven make a really good crack at the title. But will the ever popular Frenchman Gael Monfils, on his home soil be able to defend the title he won in Lyon in 2010? The world number 15 is obviously ranked behind Berdych, but with his boundless energy and enthusiasm, Monfils is superb to watch, a true entertainer and he will naturally feed off the partisan home crowd. Monfils holds a great 8-1 match record at the event and should be a good bet as the third seed at the event. Another strong Frenchman on home soil should be Gilles Simon, who seems to enjoy this event. He reached back to back semi finals in 2008 and 2009, before the tournament switched from Lyon and there is always a betting favour in getting behind home based players in the field. Simon has a 9-5 match record at the event, similar to that of Richard Gasquet, who is a former winner of The Open Sud de France tennis betting. Frenchman Gasquet won the event back in 2006 so has experience of winning on home soil, and could well be a dangerous floater as the fourth seed this year. Big Spaniard Feliciano Lopez may be worth a look at in The Open Sud de France tennis betting. He made it to the last sixteen of the Australian Open and in Sydney, where he lost to fellow countryman Rafael Nadal. Could be the dark horse in the pack.

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