10/1 on Novak Djokovic to win French Open with Coral

The football season may well be all but at an end, but the top quality sport keeps on coming, and over the next two weeks we have the French Open Tennis to keep us occupied.

For the first few days of the tournament, Coral have an unbelievable new accounts offer running on Novak Djokovic. Up until Wednesday 27th May, anybody opening a new Coral account through this link can get a massive 10/1 on Novak Djokovic to win the Men’s Singles French Open Title.

This is a new accounts offer, the maximum bet is £5.00, and all winnings are paid in cash. Better still, if Djokovic fails to win the title, you will get a free bet of £20.00.

This year Novak Djokovic enters the tournament as the Even money (2.00) favourite, with Rafael Nadal out at 5/1 with some layers. Andy Murray is the 10/1 third favourite, with Roger Federer completing the betting for the Big Four at 12/1.


The two weeks of action from Roland Garros are fast becoming the most entertaining two weeks on the tennis circuit, as the tournament continues to grow in stature with thrilling stroke play, and open matches.

The Rafael Nadel era of clay dominance may also be at an end. It’s hard to see the Spaniard beating Novak Djokovic on current form, and even Andy Murray has picked up a couple of clay court victories this season. All this points to a far more open Men’s singles tournament, rather than just turning up to get beat by Rafa, like in recent years.

There will be plenty of Coral offers for new and existing customers coming up over the summer. Just because the football season has finished, doesn’t mean the decent offers will be coming to an end, so it’s worth keeping a close eye on Coral’s promotions over the next few weeks with the likes of Wimbledon, The Open Golf Championship, and plenty of International cricket coming up on the horizon.

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