The All-Spaniard match up is one that also pits two very close friends against one another. Rafael Nadal needed five sets to advance past a very game Novak Djokovic, which marks the first time Nadal has been extended to five sets in his amazing career of performances at Roland Garros. Nadal, already the winningest player in French Open history, is the significant betting favourite to capture his 8th French Open title.
At 31 years of age, David Ferrer comes into the final with much fresher ages, having humiliated Jo-Wilfreid Tsonga over a three set semi-finals match that looked more like an exhibition.
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ATP Betting: To win 2013 French Open, Sunday June 9th
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