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French Open Friday multi
AFTER Nick Kyrgios was bundled out overnight against Kevin Anderson the main hopes on the male side are now gone from the French Open.

This means the patriotic viewership can take a backseat to the punting side of things for the remainder of the tournament.

Our last French Open multi was thwarted by an upset win by Steve Johnson, but we believe the American’s luck has run out and we will back against him again here.

We are also putting in our Sammy Stosur into the multi. Risky business we know, but her form thus far cannot be denied and she’s up against a qualifier she should crush.

It all bodes well for a tasty dividend come the end of the night.

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Selections for the Friday, June 2 French Open multi:

Gabrielle Muguruza to win against the Yulia Putintseva ($1.25)

Grigor Dimitrov to beat Pablo Carreño Busta ($1.64)

Sam Stosur to defeat Bethanie Mattek-Sands ($1.30)

Dominic Thiem to progress past Steve Johnson ($1.11)

Combined multi value: $2.95 @

Gabrielle Muguruza vs. Yulia Putintseva

Friday, June 2 from 7.10 pm AEST

Defending champion Gabrielle Muguruza meets 22-year-old Russian Yulia Putintseva in a tough match up for both players.

Muguruza looks every part the player that took out last year’s title. The 23-year-old looks to have recaptured the form that eluded her late in 2016.

Putinsteva will be no push over however.

The Russian has been spectacular on clay over her career, and is looking to replicate a quarterfinal finish that she achieved in 2016.

It looms as the toughest leg of our French Open multi but we are backing the experience of a French Open title to guide us here. Muguruza should overcome the talented 22-year-old to advance through to the next stage of the tournament.

Gabrielle Muguruza to win – $1.25

Pablo Carreño Busta vs. Grigor Dimitrov

Friday, June 2 from 7.10 pm AEST

Belgian thoroughbred Grigor Dimitrov meets Spaniard Pablo Carreño Busta in the third round of the French Open.

Both men have dropped just one set between them en route to this stage of the tournament, and will be close to their peak heading into the match.

Dimitrov has the superior record over his opponent however, winning three out of the four matches between the pair including two of three meetings on clay.

Dimitrov is the fair classier and more skilful player here. We believe he is well over the odds considering the gulf in class and form, but we are not complaining.

Grigor Dimitrov to win – $1.65 multi builder

Sam Stosur vs. Bethanie Mattek-Sands

Friday, June 2 from 9.50 pm AEST

Aussie power-hitter Sam Stosur meets American qualifier Bethanie Mattek-Sands in a match Sammy should be winning, but we know it is never that simple when it comes to the Gold Coast native.

Stosur is familiar with the Roland Garros clay and overcame a tricky opponent in Kirsten Flipkens in the second round. The Australian is looking in great form.

It is always admirable when qualifiers make it through the opening rounds of the tournament proper but Mattek-Sands has played three more matches than Stosur heading into this one which is sure to take its toll.

We are backing Sam Stosur to maintain her unbeaten run over Mattek-Sands and advance past the third round.

Sam Stosur to win – $1.30

Dominic Thiem vs. Steve Johnson

Wednesday, June 2 from 11.35 pm AEST

American Steve Johnson and Austrian Dominic Thiem meet in the final match of our French Open multi and we are backing the 23-year-old to overcome the wily veteran from the States.

Thiem has steamrolled his opponents to get to this stage and only dropped 15 games across his first two matches.

Johnson has played in nine sets already this tournament but has looked sharp enough in the opening two matches. Thiem represents an enormous step up in class however.

Thiem has the bragging rights over Johnson in the head-to-head standings, beating the American in the one meeting they had back in 2014 and we are confident he will maintain that unblemished record.

Dominic Thiem to win – $1.11

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