Just weeks ago Rafael Nadal was still considered every betting odds top favorite for the 2015 French Open, and even Roger Federer stated this this past weekend at the 2015 Rome Open, but things have changed as dramatically as Rafa's tennis slump.
Rafael Nadal, a player on a much noted slide, is currently ranked seventh in the world. While many tennis fans might be shocked by that, the surprise is definitely not due to people reading my commentary on the Spaniard.
David Ferrer will have a little break after the Roland Garros aka 2015 French Open before becoming of of five world top twenty tennis stars to compete in the new ATP World Tour championship even in Nottingham this June.
Being a sure thing is great for your tennis rankings like Andy Murray, but it's causing the betting odds on him for the 2015 French Open to drop and drop. Once the British tennis star hit the clay, odds were pretty high, but after his surprising back to back wins, they've dumped by nearly half now.
Andy Murray's betting odds to win the 2015 French Open, following a comprehensive victory over Rafael Nadal on Sunday, are shortening drastically. The Scot, who won ATP Munich on clay last week, won the second clay court tournament of his career in Madrid, defeating Nadal 6-3, 6-2
Rafael Nadal has realized that sometimes going back to the old ways of doing things can be smart, especially if the new way isn't working out so well. At least that's what he's doing with his tennis racquet, and rather trying to break in a new one
Rafael Nadal is ignoring the naysayers who are saying his best days are past him and so forth. Nadal has been the underdog before and come back from behind with injuries, and right now it's more of an ego injury as he watched his tennis ranking slip down into fourth place.
Novak Djokovic is playing it smart knowing that as he holds on to the number one spot in the world, there's no need to kill himself at every open. So, the tennis star is dropping out of the Madrid open again to focus on winning the French Open for the first time.
Rafael Nadal is going through a transition in his career like many athletes, and after riding high for so long, he's hit the number five position on the ATP rankings chart which is his lowest in two years.
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