2003 French Open Tennis Odds

May 25, 2003

ROLAND GARROS
FORECASTS
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ODDS PLAYER THE SKINNY
2-1
Juan Carlos Ferrero A well rested Ferrero -- that shoulder injury was a bluff-- looks primed like his draw for a French title run.
4-1
Andre Agassi

A good draw for Agassi, who begins his quest for a Calender year slam -- the only thing not on his resume.

6-1
Carlos Moya The 98 champ basically caved in the weeks leading up to the French, but don't let that fool you as King Carlos never does well in early May.
10-1
Roger Federer It's slam time for Club Fed, so time to show that much-hyped talent of yours.
15-1
Gustavo Kuerten

Clearly the three-time Brazlian champ is not playing his best tennis, but anyone who draws a heart on center court has to be reckoned with.

15-1
Guillermo Coria If Agassi stumbles the speedy Argentine will have a good look at a semifinal.
20-1
Gaston Gaudio Highly skilled Argentine has the game but little big match experience..
20-1
Lleyton Hewitt Hanging out with Kim doesn't do a whole toward helping the game on clay.
25-1
Agustin Calleri Tough draw for the Rome finalist, who needs to step up in slams.
25-1
Andy Roddick Could not have picked a easier path the quarterfinals, to bad that's where Ferrero will likely be.
30-1
Yevgeny Kafelnikov Former champ has never lost in the First round at Roland Garros.
35-1
Felix Mantilla Rome champ could be a factor if he can get thru to Friday.
40-1
Arnaud Clement France's best shot, as Grosjean is banged up and Gasquet not ready.
45-1
Albert Costa Last year's winner is surely content with how he did...last year.
50-1
David Nalbandian Again, part of an extremely tough top quarter..
60-1
Younes El Aynaoui The always-exciting Moroccan has a nice looking draw
Semifinals: Ferrero d. Kuerten, Moya d. Agassi
Final: Ferrero d. Moya

 

Women:
Semifinals: Serena d. Henin; Clijsters d. Venus
Final: Clijsters d. Serena

 

 



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