Brace yourself as the French Open reaches quarter finals this week with star-studded tennis players and the underdogs taking the clay courts by storm.
World Top 10 players namely Novak Djokovic, Andy Murray, Kei Nishikori and Rafael Nadal as we predicted, have made it to the quarter-finals. What we can expect from now would also include unprecedented turnouts as we’ve seen world number one Angelique Kerber out of the French Open in as early as round one and John Isner defeated by Karen Khachanov.
- 1 Who made it to the Quarter-finals of the French Open 2017?
- 2 Who made it to Round 4 of the French Open 2017?
Who made it to the Quarter-finals of the French Open 2017?
Novak Djokovic vs Dominic Thiem – Head to head: 5-0
Can the World Number 7 Austrian beat Djokovic under new coach Andre Agassi? We recommend betting on Set Winner or Number of Games “Over/ Under”.
Rafael Nadal vs Pablo Carreno-Busta – Head to head records: 3-0
Nine-time French Open champion Rafael Nadal has proven he is indeed “King of Clay” as he returns to participate despite his left wrist injury. His clean victory over Roberto Bautista Agut recently showed us his relentless thirst for the title this year. This time, he will be competing against fellow Spanish World No. 21, Pablo Carreno Busta and we think he won’t have much problems doing that again this year.
Who made it to Round 4 of the French Open 2017?
Andy Murray vs Karen Khachanov – Head to head: No records (first match)
World Number 1 Andy Murray admits he hasn’t been performing his best this season, but is aiming to maintain his position and reputation in this tournament. World Number 53 Russian player, Khachanov, has shown his dexterity after defeating John Isner, and we think he stands a high chance at outwitting Andy Murray if Murray’s injuries get in the way again in this match.
Stanislas Wawrinka vs Gael Monfils – Head to head records: 3-2
Swiss World Number 3 Stan Wawrinka will meet French World Number 16, Gael Monfils, who has had a string of unprecedented victories over John Isner at Indian Wells and Richard Gasquet last week. We have to say this match will be tricky to bet on and advise watching the match in real time to monitor the scores closely. You can also use the “Cash Out” system to reduce losses at any time during the match.
Kei Nishikori vs Fernando Verdasco – Head to Head records: 3-2
Young Japanese Kei Nishikori has beaten Spanish World Number 37 three times, and his match against Korean Chung Hyeon showed us how stable and composed Nishikori was this time round at the Roland Garros 2017 French Open. There is no doubt that Nishikori was injured during the first few rounds in this Grand Slam but his composure is undoubtedly worth banking on.