Home  »     »   Ladbrokes’ French Open offer on Djokovic should not be missed

Ladbrokes’ French Open offer on Djokovic should not be missed

| 22.05.2015

If you enjoy betting, but for some unimaginable reason haven’t yet opened an account with Ladbrokes, the time to remedy this dire situation is here thanks to a stunning new offer on the French Open.

The firm are offering more than five times the return on men’s singles favourite Novak Djokovic completing the career Grand Slam at Roland Garros to all new online and mobile customers.

Rather than back the world number one at 8/11 to take the title in Paris, sign-ups will get Djokovic at mammoth odds of 5/1.

Terms and conditions on this new-customer promotion are available by clicking here.

Although Djokovic still has this Grand Slam remaining to complete the full set, as his clear favourite status indicates, the eight-time major winner has never been in better shape to do just that.

The beaten finalist of 12 months ago and again in 2012 is the outstanding candidate to finally break Rafael Nadal’s ridiculous stranglehold on the French Open crown.

Having landed nine of the last ten at Roland Garros, Nadal’s grip has never looked looser going into the major which has earned him the title King of Clay.

Usually Nadal, who is a 3/1 chance, would have clocked up multiple ATP Tour titles on his beloved surface during the preceding clay court campaign prior to the big one.

However, the Spaniard has been found wanting in 2015, failing to land any of four tournaments entered, making just one final.

In stark contrast, Djokovic has strolled to both the Monte Carlo and Rome titles, going 10-0 on the red stuff in his preparation for the major he wants more than any other.

Simply put, this is one gift horse that should not under any circumstances be looked at in the mouth.

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.

Fancy a flutter? Sign up today to claim up to £25 in free bets.



Christian Crowther

Give Christian a sport with anything remotely spherical in it and he’ll happily while away the hours watching it on the box. However, he’d much prefer writing about, playing or betting on golf, football, cricket, tennis, snooker.... you get the picture.