French Open 2009 Betting Odds

Written by:
Alistair Prescott
Published on:
May/21/2009

The French Open is nearly here and Sportingbet.com has all your French Open 2009 betting odds.

Roger Federer improved his hopes by beating Rafael Nadal in last week's Madrid Masters. Can the Swiss ace finally win at Roland Garros or will Rafael Nadal make it five in a row?

Well, if he does, the payout will be a sweet US$500 for every US$100 bet compared to the US$300 payout for every US$100 bet on the favorite, Rafael Nadal. 

The 2009 French Open begins May 24 and lasts through June 7.

French Open 2009 betting odds appear below and are available at Sportingbet.com but you will need to lock these odds in now since they are subject to change throughout the next few weeks of the tournament.

 

Nadal, Rafael

-300

Djokovic, Novak

+500

Federer, Roger

+500

Murray, Andrew

+1600

Verdasco, Fernando

+2000

Del Potro, Juan Marin

+3300

Ferrer, David

+6600

Davydenko, Nikola

+10000

Gonzalez, Fernando

+10000

Wawrinka, Stasnislas

+12500

Monaco, Juan

+15000

Robredo, Tommy

+15000

Ferrero, Juan Carlos

+20000

Monfils, Gael

+20000

Roddick, Andy

+20000

Stepanek, Radek

+20000

Tsonga, Jo-Wilfried

+20000

Almagro, Nicolas

+25000

Andreev, Igor

+25000

Blake, James

+25000

Mathieu, Paul-H

+25000

Safin, Marat

+25000

Simon, Gilles

+25000

Youzhny, Mikhail

+25000

Acasuso, Jose

+30000

Ancic, Mario

+30000

Baghdatis, Marcos

+30000

Bellucci, Thomaz

+30000

Canas Guillermo

+30000

Cilic, Marin

+30000

Granollers-Pujol, Marcel

+30000

Gulbis, Ernest

+30000

Montanes, Albert

+30000

Starace, Potito

+30000

Berdych, Tomas

+40000

Schwank, Eduardo

+40000

All in, run or not.

Alistair Prescott, Gambling911.com 

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