FRENCH OPEN FINAL 2018: Preview and Best bets

FRENCH OPEN FINAL 2018: Preview and Best bets. Here are our preview and our best bets for this years final at Roland Garros in Paris. 10-time French Open winner Rafael Nadal vs the 24 year old “Dominator” Dominic Thiem from Austria. Place your bets with BETSSON for a 100% deposit bonus here.


DOMINIC THIEM vs DOMINIC THIEM – Match start at 15.00 CET.
Dominic Thiem is in his first Grand Slam final today at Roland Garros. The Austrian clay court specialist lost in the semifinals of French Open last year (Nadal) and 2016 (Djokovic) and some day he will probably become the new king of clay. Maybe today is the day. He is facing a special player in the 10-Time French Open champion Rafael Nadal. Nadal has only lost two times at Roland Garros. First time against Swede Robin Söderling in 2009 and second time against Novak Djokovic in 2015. Against Soderling the Spanish megastar was injured in his knees and against Djokovic in 2015 he was way off mentally and far away from his best tennis.


Nadal winner – 1.24
3-0 Nadal – 2.35
3-1 Nadal – 3.40
3-2 Nadal – 6.00

Thiem winner – 4.05
3-0 Thiem – 12.00
3-1 Thiem – 9.00
3-2 Thiem – 9.00

If Nadal starts with his very best tennis today it will probably be 3-0. If he starts a bit slow, like in the quarters and semis Thiem might win one set or maybe even two. To bet on Thiem beating Nadal in a French Open final is to unbelievable. That would be a Crazy bet…

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Nadal is 6-3 in the Head to head with Thiem. Thiem won their last meeting in Madrid in straight sets and has won 3 times on clay over the king of clay. The pair met in last years semifinal at Roland Garros with Nadal winning 6-3, 6-4, 6-0.

Nadal can become the second player in histrory with 11 titles in a Grand Slam tournament today equaling Margaret Courts 11 Australian Open. If Nadal wins the title he moves to 17 Grand Slam titles, 3 behind Roger Federer and 3 more then number 3 Pete Sampras on the list over the players with most grand slam titles. If Nadal loses the final today Federer will become world number one again.

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Mikael Olsson

Mikael is a passionate tennis-lover since Björn Borg won the epic Wimbledon final against John McEnroe 1980. Mikael has written over 4 000 articles covering the ATP World Tour and has a +80% success rate in his tennis predictions.

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