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French Open Tennis: Outside bets in the men’s singles at Roland Garros look over outside bets in the men's singles for the French Open

With the French Open tennis in full swing at Roland Garros, serve up a number of outside bets in the men’s singles, for customers to take advantage of.

Kei Nishikori to win the tournament
The Japanese hotshot is a rising star on the men’s tennis circuit, and is available at a best-price of 12/1 with William Hill to win the tournament. He has been playing well in the run-up to the French Open, having recently reached the semi-finals of the Madrid Open, only to lose to Andy Murray.

In the lead up to the tournament the 25-year-old indicated that he was confident: “I’ve been feeling really comfortable on clay because I have more time to set up my forehand. I can use a lot of different shots – drop shots and high balls. You can mix up a lot of shots, so it’s actually more fun to play on clay.”

David Ferrer to win
Having comfortably won his 300th match on clay in his second round tie against Czech opponent Lukas Lacko, the 2013 French Open beaten finalist is 66/1 with Bet365 to win this time around. The Spaniard is competing in the tournament for the 14th consecutive time, which is also his 50th Grand Slam.

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga to win
Flying the flag for the host nation, the 2013 semi-finalist will be hoping to rediscover the sort of form that saw him challenging the top seeds consistently a couple of years ago.

The 30-year-old is 150/1 with SkyBet to win, and was too strong for American hope Sam Querrey in the second round, and can push on from this in Paris.

Stan Wawrinka to win
Although the Swiss star is ranked number nine in the world, and has won a Grand Slam; the Australian Open in 2014, he is still a decent price of 20/1 with Coral to follow up with a victory at Roland Garros. He cruised comfortably through the first round against Turkish opponent Marsel Ilhan and is good value to triumph in Paris. recommended bet: Kei Nishikori to win @ 12/1 with William Hill

All odds were correct at time of posting.

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