The French Open semi-finals get underway tomorrow with Novak Djokovic taking on Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal and David Ferrer going head to head.
Nadal has been touted by many as the ‘King of Clay’ in recent years which is no surprise given he has won six of the last seven tournament at Roland Garros. The 25-year-old has not dropped a set in the competition this year so will certainly be difficult to stop in this semi-final.
Nadal was runner-up in the Australian Open earlier in the year so will be desperate for a victory here.
David Ferrer is the man given the task of trying to stop his fellow countryman, Ferrer has not made it to a Grand Slam final and he may feel as though this is his best chance as he looks to be in great form.
The 31-year-old has dropped just one set so far and had an extremely impressive victory in the quarter-final against Andy Murray.
Novak Djokovic is the current number one in the world but he has failed to win this Grand Slam, it is the only won he hasn’t been victorious in which will be an added incentive for him to go all the way this time out.
The Serbian had a fantastic match against Jo-Wilfred Tsonga in the previous round where his opponent had several match points. Djokovic showed just why he is the best around at the moment though and kept his cool and eventually took the match in a five-set thriller.
Roger Federer has been in the shadow of Nadal in recent years at Rolland Garros, losing to the Spaniard four times in the final in six years.
Federer has not won a Grand Slam since 2010 so will want to go all the way here to prove he is still one of the best around.
Rafael Nadal is the big favourite to win his semi-final. You can back him at 1.08 (1/12) With VC Bet.
David Ferrer will know he will need to massively upset the odds to make the final. He has odds of 10.00 (9/1) with SportingBet to win.
After his recent domination of the game, Novak Djokovic is unsurprisingly the favourite to win his semi-final. He is being offered at 1.57 (4/7) with BoyleSports.
Roger Federer will also need to spring a surprise to make it to the final. Paddy Power are offering 2.50 (6/4) on him doing so.
Rafael Nadal has had a straight forward run in the tournament so far so he could be tested this time out. The world number two to win in five sets is available at 11.00 (10/1) with StanJames.