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As the first week at the French Open in Paris is quickly coming to an end, we have witnessed very good matches on the men’s and women’s brackets respectively. No. 1 seeded and world number 1 Serbian Novak Djokovic cruised through the third round by defeating Argentinean Guido Pella in 3 sets 6-2, 6-0, 6-2.

Despite his early shaky rounds, Djokovic seems to be getting more adjusted to slow red clay surface. The world number one has never won at Roland Garros, this could be a one of kind opportunity for the Serbian to conquer a new Grand Slam title.

On the women’ side, American Betannie Mattek-Sands managed to send home former 2011 Roland Garros winner Li Na in 3 very badly disrupted sets due to constant rain 5-7, 6-3, 6-2.

Other players that seemed to be adjusting better to the weather changes, humidity, repeated schedule delays, stop-and-start play and late training sessions are making their way through the tournament. For example, Spanish David Ferrer is on its way to a possible match against Canada number one tennis player Raonic or K. Anderson.

French Wild Card and raising star Gael Monfils will be meeting Spaniard Tommy Robredo as per the current schedule and Swiss Roger Federer awaits for the winner of the match between American Sam Querrey and G. Simon.

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Defending champion Rafael Nadal had his second tournament scare this Friday against Martin Klizan. Nadal has harshly criticized the French Open rain delay schedule to the point of calling it “a joke”. As reported only hours ago, Nadal´s loud talk to the French authorities became a serious discussion. Luckily for Nadal, he overcame Klizan in four sets 4-6, 6-3, 6-3, 6-3.

For those interesting in some French Open Grand slam tennis betting on the tournament winner, here are some interesting ones:

Rafael Nadal even

Novak Djokovic 9/4

Roger Federer  9/1

David Ferrer 18/1

Only 2 weeks after the end of the French Open, the third Grand Slam of the year will be taking place at Wimbledon starting on June 24, 2013 where a total of £22,560,000 in prize money will be awarded to competitors at The Championships. Some of the strongest betting predictions to win the Slam are on the defending champion Roger Federer.

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