Tennis Betting Predictions: WTA French Open Day 2

By Bookmakers Review28 May 2017
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Tennis Betting Predictions: WTA French Open Day 2

Don’t miss our two top tennis plays for this Monday’s action in Paris with the WTA French Open Day 2 taking place. Bookmakers Review breaks down the fixtures below and lists the best available odds from green listed bookmakers.


Errani vs. Doi

Known as one of the greatest competitors in the game, Sara Errani is always a tough opponent. Playing on clay brings the best out of Errani with the 2012 French Open runner-up winning 66.26% of the matches played on red dirt throughout her career. After a slow start to 2017, the 30-years-old Italian is definitely returning to her best level with three impressive victories in the qualifying.

Despite Misaki Doi’s recent improvements, the Japanese may not be at 100% for this Monday’s match after retiring from the WTA Nurnberg semi-finals last week due to an abdominal injury. Adding to this, clay is far from Misaki’s favourite surface with a poor 48.00% career record on red dirt. Doi is playing the main draw in Roland Garros for the 6th time in her career with a terrible 1 – 5 record in her previous five appearances.

These two players are no strangers with Sara winning their previous encounter in Beijing 2013 in two easy sets.

Due to the uncertainty Doi’s physical conditions, it’s impossible to place a bet on the Japanese at the moment. On the other hand, betting on Sara in Roland Garros proved to be an extremely valuable approach throughout the years. Therefore, our advice is to take advantage of Errani’s tennis betting odds to win this match at 11/25 with William Hill while Pinnacle offers 21/10 for Misaki’s victory.


Duque-Marino vs. Begu

With an impressive 67.65% winning record throughout her career on red dirt, Irina-Camelia Begu is one of the best clay-court players on the WTA Tour. Begu returns to Paris after reaching the 4th round in Roland Garros last season. Even though it won’t be easy for the Romanian to repeat that result on this year’s edition, Irina is always a fearful opponent on this surface.

At the age of 27, Mariana Duque-Marino is trying to return to the top 100 after a disappointing start to 2017. Despite her improvements in recent weeks, Duque-Marino’s career record in Roland Garros is far from impressive with the Colombian winning only 42.86% of the matches on this event.

Although these two players can perform at a very good level on clay, Begu is definitely the better player among the two. Their recent encounter is a perfect example of that with Irina crushing the Colombian in Cali six years ago by 6 – 1 6 – 0. With this in mind, the value is definitely on Begu’s side with the Romanian available at 19/25 at Pinnacle while Bet365 offers 6/5 for Mariana to win.