It has been a long time coming, that’s for sure, however, it is now time to start turning your attention to this year’s Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters, yes, the world famous playground for the rich and famous which is home to some of the most famous Casinos in the world. From a betting point of view, there are loads of betting opportunities that are going to be live today, so go and check on the odds for this major tennis tournament.
However, as is always the case you will need to have some idea as to where your money should be going, and with that in mind I present to you below an overview on the outright betting market on that event.
The odds you will see listed below however are not going to be available for very much longer, as with plenty of matches scheduled for today the odds will start to move quote noticeably, so if you do want to take advantage of the odds listed below then get on over to BetFred and do so quickly as it is that bookies odds I will be quoting throughout this betting news story.
Keep in mind, that as you are about to find out, there is one player that is expected to win this major tennis tournament and as such his odds are rather low, and as such an each-way bet may be the order of the day if you fancy the chance of any other players much more so as BetFred are paying out to two places at one half of the win odds when backing any player each-way.
Rafael Nadal Red-Hot Favourite to Win
It is of course Nadal who is the favourite to win the Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters, and as such as he has attracted the most support on the early and futures betting market on this event you will not find his win odds are overly generous, in fact he is currently chalked up as the 4/5 favourite to win this tournament.
You may however have your eye on Djokovic to come out on top, and that is certainly not beyond the realms of possibilities, and by backing him before the tournament starts in earnest you should still be able to take advantage of the 3/1 odds BetFred are offering on him being the outright winner.
Other Players Being Backed to Win
It may be a risky bet, but you can get odds of 7/1 on Thiem to win this tournament, but he could be worth an each-way bet if you think he is at least going to make it right through to the final match, as those each-way terms at BetFred are appealing.
Zverev is a 16/1 and there may be a few of you out there that do think he has a chance of winning this year, and as for the rest of the players, well they are available at even higher odds of course such as Tsitsipas whose odds are now at 28/1, Nishikori at 33/1 and loads of players are chalked up at odds of 40/1 right now including the likes of Cecchinato, Goffin and Coric too.