Tennis – 2019 French Open Draws, Picks, Odds And Predictions

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AS Rafael Nadal goes for his 12th French Open title and also his 18th Grand Slam overall when the play begins Sunday in the year’s second tennis major at Roland Garros located in Paris. Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook pegs Nadal which is the world’s No. 2-ranked player, as the even-money favorite in 2019 French Open odds which are followed by Novak Djokovic (11-4), Roger Federer (20-1) Dominic Thiem (11-2), Stefanos Tsitsipas (16-1), and Alexander Zverev (25-1).

Nadal had struggled on beloved clay this year until winning the last week’s Italian Open. In finals, as he dispatched the world No. 1 Djokovic 6-0, 4-6, 6-1. latter will look to bounce back and also has a chance to hold all the four Grand Slam titles at once for the second time in his career also with a win in the French Open 2019. Before you make any of the 2019 French Open picks, you may see the tennis predictions from the international tennis expert Sean Calvert.

An internationally-acclaimed tennis journalist has been recently cashing consistently for six years and just took down a huge score on a Dominic Thiem winning Indian Wells at 80-1. Whereas Calvert is the same expert who called John Isner winning the last year’s Miami Open at 100-1. He is also known for making legendary calls like Stan Wawrinka to win 2014’s Australian Open at 60-1 and Jack Sock to win 2017 Paris Masters at 80-1.

Calvert specializes in Grand Slam events and has also broken down the 2019 French Open odds and also analyzed every player’s chances to win the match. We can also tell you that he believes Nadal is vulnerable despite all the Spaniard looking sharp in the last Sunday’s Italian Open final as it was Nadal’s first tournament title this year.
Calvert told SportsLine that What I’ve seen through much of clay swing is an older and slower version of Nadal who now no longer looks capable of fending off an elite attacking opponent for him to lose to single-handed righties twice before Roland Garros is virtually unheard of.

Calvert said that The Dominic Thiem and Stefanos Tsitsipas have also taken the game to Nadal with all the confidence and belief, referring to the clay-court circuit. According to the Given Nadal’s vulnerability, Calvert is now calling for the Spaniard to fall short of his third straight French Open crown which opens the door for Djokovic or Federer also to claim their second French Open.

Apart from them the next ATP Genx players like Thiem or Tsitsipas can break through for their first, come out of nowhere and also shock the tennis world at the French Open 2019. Calvert also breaks down each contender’s chances has zeroed in three massive long shots which are worth considering.

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