French Open 2018 Mens’ Singles Winner Tip

Here’s our French Open 2018 Mens’ Singles Winner Tip for the 2nd tennis major of the year, which will see a winner crowned on Sunday 10th June 2018 (at Roland Garros).

  • The French Open is of course the only clay court Grand Slam – clay is a slow playing surface which makes massive physical demands on the players.
  • Unlike in the Womens’ Singles at the 2018 French Open, in terms of realistic chances of winning, there’s only one standout contender for our French Open 2018 Mens’ Singles Winner Tip:
    • In 2017 Rafael Nadal (Spain) won a record 10th French Open Mens’ Singles title (this was his 15th overall Grand Slam singles title).
    • No other player, other than Rafael Nadal, has ever won 10 Singles titles at one single Grand Slam event.
    • Rafael Nadal won in 2017 without even losing a set – a feat he also accomplished two times before.
    • Rafael Nadal also won this title every year between 2005 and 2014 (with the exception of 2009).

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French Open 2018 Women’s Singles Winner Tip

Which player have we picked for our French Open 2018 Women’s Singles Winner Tip? The French Open (from Roland Garros) is the second tennis major of the calendar year (the first was the Australian Open), and will run from Sunday 27th May to Sunday 10th June 2018. In 2017, Latvia’s Jelena Ostapenko defeated Romania’s Simona Halep 4-6 6-4 6-3. Ostapenko became the1st player from Latvia to ever win a Grand Slam. She was also the 1st unseeded player to win the French Open, since 1933.

Since Justin Henin won for the 4th time in 5 consecutive years in 2007, this event has been unpredictable:

  • 7 different players have won the 9 Finals played since.
  • Only Maria Sharapova (2012, and 2014) and Serena Williams have won twice in this period (2013, and 2014 – her 2nd and 3rd singles titles here as she also won in 2002).

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Wimbledon 2018 Womens’ Singles Winner Tip: Serena Williams, Garbine Muguruza, or Petra Kvitova?

We have considered the potential winners, to identify the most value, to come up with our Wimbledon 2018 Womens’ Singles Winner Tip. Wimbledon will be played between Monday 2 – Saturday 14 July 2018 (the Wimbledon Mens’ Final is the day after).

  • Serena Williams has won this title 7 times (2002-2003, 2009-2010, 2012, 2015-2016). Only two players can match or better this record in the Open Era – Martina Navratilova (9), and Steffi Graf (7).

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Wimbledon 2018 Mens’ Singles Winner Tip: Roger Federer, Andy Murray, or Novak Djokovic?

Would you like to know our Wimbledon 2018 Mens’ Singles Winner Tip? The world’s most prestigious and richest Grand Slam, Wimbledon, will take place between Monday 2 – Sunday 15 July 2018 (the Womens’ Singles event concludes on Saturday).

  • In 2017 Roger Federer won the Mens’ Singles for the 8th time. The Swiss player also won in 2003-2007, 2009, and 2012. This was an outright all-time Wimbledon Mens’ Singles record. However, we don’t think his price offers much value for a record 9th title at his age.

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Australian Open 2018 Womens’ Singles Winner Tip

Would you like to know our Australian Open 2018 Womens’ Singles Winner Tip? The Australian Open is the 1st tennis major of 2018, and will take place in Melbourne (Monday 15 – Saturday 27 January 2017, with the Australian Open Mens’ Singles Final a day later).

Serena Williams won this title for the 7th time in 2017 when she defeated her sister Venus Williams (Serena also won in 2015, 2010, 2009, 2007, 2005, and 2003). Serena Williams has reached the last 3 finals (winning in 2017 and 2015, but defeated in 2016 by Angelique Kerber).

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Australian Open 2018 Mens’ Singles Winner Tip

Would you like to know our Australian Open 2018 Mens’ Singles Winner Tip? The 1st tennis major of 2018 will take place in Melbourne (Monday 15 – Sunday 28 January 2018), although the Australian Open Womens’ Singles Final concludes a day earlier.

The Australian Open is currently played on Blue Plexicushion (hard court surface). With three courts currently featuring retractable roofs (Rod Laver Arena, Hisense Arena, and Margaret Court Arena) neither rain nor high temperatures should interfere much with play on these three courts.

Since 2004 only 5 men have won the Mens’ singles – Roger Federer (2017, 2010, 2007, 2006, 2004), Novak Djokovic (2016, 2015, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2008), Stan Wawrinka (2014), Rafael Nadal (2009), and Marat Safin in (2005). Since 2010 Andy Murray has been runner up 5 times (in 2010 to Roger Federer, and in 2011, 2013, 2015, and 2016 to Novak Djokovic).

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