Rome, Italy Betting Tips
Masters 1000 Rome : the warmup before Roland-Garros
The Rome Masters is the last rehearsal on clay before the famous Parisiantournament. Defeated in Monte Carlo, Novak Djokovic crushed the competition in Madrid to the point that he still sits as the world number 1. Nadal, victorious in Monaco confirms his return to clay. But the outsiders will not just make up the numbers! Nishikori, Federer, Murray and Tsonga will take advantage of this Italian stage to show their class. Another reason not to miss this meeting on clay!
Djokovic is the boss
Djokovic has won 29 titles in Masters 1000 and is becoming more and more of a legend in the tennis world. The world number 1 is on another planet and has more than double the points of his arch rival, Roger Federer, in the ATP rankings.
Back to his brilliant best to the Madrid tournament, the Djoker intends to continue to harvest the trophies all the way to Rome where he won the last two tournaments. The Serb aims to prepare in the best way possible to win the French Open, the only Grand Slam that still eludes him!
Nadal is on the lookout
Again eliminated by Murray (7-5 6-4) in front of his home fans. Rafael Nadal should adapt The Bull of Manacor, who has re-found his form, will continue his good performances on the Italian clay.
If we do not doubt his ability, he has the quality to get his tenth crown in Paris, "Rafa" has no time to lose. Dispossessed of his record in the Masters 1000, the Spaniard could face Djokovic soon. Revenge is in the air! A victory for "Rafa" is offered at odds of 5/1 with Sportingbet!
The outsiders are still fighting
Dropped to third in the world rankings, Andy Murray needs a win to end his title drought. Following his defeat in the final in Madrid, the Scot has since separated from his coach Amelie Mauresmo. As this is the time for change, we can expect a reaction from Murray. Odds on the Scot winning is offered at 5/1 with Sportingbet!
Federer, the new understudy to Djokovic is back for the Madrid tournament. After recovering from his knee injury, the Swiss is determined to consolidate its second position in the world rankings. Finalist last year, he will want to prove his fitness and his quality. His victory is priced at 16/1 with Sportingbet!
Beaten by Djokovic in Spain Kei Nishikori is undoubtly one of the most dangerous players on the clay circuit. Regularly present in the last four, it remains to be seen can he take the next step. Sportingbet are offering odds of 25/1 for Nishikori to win.
Who’s going to win ?
Djokovic for three in a row! The Serb has resumed his brilliance on clay by discarding Murray with style. If he manages to beat Nadal, the final stages of the competition should be a mere formality under his current form. Djokovic to warm up for Roland Garros in the best possible way is priced at 31/40 with Sportingbet!