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French Open multi tips and bookmaker specials, Wednesday May 31

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AFTER a wild opening to the French Open which saw the number one seed on the women’s side go down, we’re aiming for some normality on the Roland Garros clay in the second round.

A number of the big guns are in action early, and while we are favouring the recognisable names to make it through to the third we are predicting a young upstart to defeat a tour veteran.

It promises to be another exciting night of action on the clay in the French capital.

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Multi selections for Wednesday French Open matches:

Borna Coric to defeat Steve Johnson ($1.47)

Grigor Dimitrov to beat Tommy Robredo ($1.16)

Garbine Muguruza to progress past Anett Kontaveit ($1.50)

Caroline Wozniacki to win against the Francoise Abanda ($1.11)

Combined multi value: $2.83 @

Borna Coric vs Steve Johnson

Wednesday, May 31 from 7.05 pm AEST

Up and coming Croatian Borna Coric takes on wily American all-rounder Steve Johnson to kick off the French Open multi.

Coric is the far more competent player on clay, even at this early stage in his career. He already has a title on clay to his name, while Steve Johnson has an only slightly better record than 50 percent on the surface.

The pair also had contrasting opening round matches.

Coric breezed into the second round after a straight sets win while Steve Johnson took five sets and two tiebreakers to overcome Yūichi Sugita.

Coric should make it through to the third round and get us off to the perfect start.

Borna Coric to win – $1.47

Tommy Robredo vs. Grigor Dimitrov

Wednesday, May 31 from 9.05 pm AEST

Superstar Grigor Dimitrov is looking to continue his fantastic 2017 as he faces Spaniard Tommy Robredo in the second round.

Dimitrov registered his first title on the tour since 2014 and looks to have completely overcome the injury and form troubles that have plagued him over the last two years. The Bulgarian made light work of Stephane Robert in the opening round to meet Robredo.

Robredo is barely in the top-300 on the tour and is coming to the twilight of his career. Despite holding a 3-1 record over Dimitrov and an undefeated set of results on clay, the world number 12 is by far the classier player.

Dimitrov should steam roll the veteran to make it through to the third round.

Grigor Dimitrov to win – $1.16 sign-up offers

Garbine Muguruza vs Anett Kontaveit

Wednesday, May 31 from 10.05 pm AEST

World number six Garbine Muguruza meets 21-year-old Anett Kontaviet in the second round of the French Open.

This will be just the third time the pair have met on the professional tour, and the winner of the match will break the 1-1 deadlock.

Both players had fantastic Rome Masters tournaments leading in, making it through to the business end of the tournament, but we believe the qualifying stage that Kontaviet had to endure in the lead up will take a toll on the world number 73.

We are backing the defending French Open champion Murguruza to progress through in consummate ease here. The odds are over the top but we are happy to take them.

Garbine Muguruza to win – $1.50

Caroline Wozniacki vs. Francoise Abanda

Wednesday, May 31 from 11.35 pm AEST

Former quarter finalist at the French Open Caroline Wozniacki meets a woman making her tournament debut, Canadian 20-year-old Francoise Abanda.

Wozniacki survived a scare from Australian teenager Jaimee Fourlis, but ultimately progressed past the qualifier in three sets.

There were no such troubles for Abanda, who smashed 18th seed Jang Su-jeong in straight sets, but Wozniacki represents a huge jump in class her.

The 26-year-old former world number one Wozniacki should easily progress past the Canadian qualifier en route to the third round.

Caroline Wozniacki to win – $1.11

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