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French Open Tips & Previews, Monday 7th June

Our experts break down the French Open to find the best tips and value.

We enter the second week of the French Open as the tournament continues to take shape. 

Roger Federer has officially pulled out of the grand slam with a knee complaint in order to keep his hopes alive at Wimbledon. 

Check out the best bets for the best games on Monday. 

Diego Schwartzman vs. Jan-Lennard Struff

7th June 8.15pm

World No. 10 Diego Schwartzman has navigated his way to the fourth round without dropping a single set in the tournament.

In the third round, he overcame Philipp Kohlschreiber in straight sets with 6-4, 6-2, 6-1. In the preceding games, he routed the likes of Lu Yen-Hsun and Aljaz Bedene.

Last year’s French Open semifinalist, the Argentinean has always thrived wonderfully on the clay surface.

He won the ATP Buenos Aires earlier this year and also reached the quarterfinal in the Barcelona Open. Plus, a majority of the finals he has reached on the ATP Tour have been on clay courts.

On the ITF and Challenger circuit, all of his singles trophies and runner-up titles have been only in clay tournaments.

That said, he did lose all of his first-round matches in the Rome Masters, Madrid Masters, and the Lyon Open before the French Open.

However, Schwartzman has had his moments this season too.

He reached the third round in the Australian Open and the fourth round in the Miami Open.

Both players have split their head to head count against each other at one a piece.

This is going to be a slog fest on clay and expect this to go longer than three sets

Suggested Bets:

Diego Schwartzman 3-1 at $3.80
Total games over 36.5 at $1.85

Rafael Nadal vs. Jannik Sinner

8th June 12:00am

This is going to be the 3rd meeting between both players, with Rafael Nadal having won both of their encounters.

They have always met on this surface, and Nadal has never lost a set to the young Italian.

Rafael Nadal will still be very wary of his opponent who can definitely beat some big named players and is the most likely star of the future, but he will still come out on top of this match and be able to book a spot in the quarter finals here in Paris as he usually does.

Jannik Sinner put on a very solid performance in the third round, beating Mikael Ymer in 3 sets 6-1 7-5 6-3.

Sinner is definitely going to be one of the best, if not the best, players in the world in the next 5 years, but he is still in his learning phase, and he will most likely have to face the big 3 many times before he actually believes he has a chance to beat them. 

Doubt Nadal drops a set, but Sinner will be competitive.

Suggested Bet: Total games over 30.5 at $1.88

Sofia Kenin vs. Maria Sakkari

7th June 10:15pm

Despite a terrible campaign in 2021 thus far, last year’s runner-up Sofia Kenin is a different player this fortnight and faces Greek starlet Maria Sakkari.

Kenin’s showed her power after blasting home 48 winners in the third round victory against Jessica Pegula.

Sakkari, however, will not let her get comfortable  and will do all she can to be the one taking the initiative.

The Greek wasn’t really named among the potential dark horses but with how well she’s doing in Paris, perhaps she should have been.

Love what both players have dished up in the tournament thus far and this is going to an underrated match that all should be watching. 

Expecting the fireworks nice and early in this one but think the value lies with Kenin. 

Suggested Bet: Sofia Kenin head to head at $2.4

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