Novay will Djokovic stop Nadal in Monaco

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The clay court season gets into full swing in Monaco with the ATP Monte Carlo tournament as the players prepare for the looming French Open.

Most  of the top players will be on show, the only real absence will be Roger Federer who has decided not to compete. We will be bringing you all the best of the action straight to your computer via William Hill TV. Not only can you watch most games, you can bet In-Play on every game and point and be safe in the knowledge you’re getting the best value.

Rafael Nadal (4/5) and Novak Djokovic (11/8) are on course to battle it out in the final as being first and second seed they are both on opposite sides of the draw.

The Spaniard has won the title seven times in a row and will be confident of making it an eight straight victory. He will be looking to avenge his Australian Open loss should he manage to face Novak. Rafa should have the advantage because of the difference in the surface, but after that marathon you can’t write Novak off no matter what the surface.

Andy Murray (16/1) will have to get past Rafa if he wants to win this tournament. The Scot faces Serb Viktor Troicki in the second round as he gets his tournament under way. Troicki came through his first round clash with French qualifier Jean-Rene Lisnard in easy fashion winning 6-3, 6-1. Murray is 4/11 to win in straight sets, something which on form he should comfortably do. You can watch his game live on William Hill TV.

Djokovic’s main challenge before the semi-final will be a possible meeting with Ukranian player Alexander Dolgopolov who recorded a straight sets win over Argentinean Juan Ignacio Chela. While Nadal will have a slightly more difficult route to the final. The Spaniard could meet fellow countryman Nicolas Almagro in the quarter-final and then Jo-Wilfried Tsgona in the semi-final.

There has been an all Spanish final in the last two years, both obviously have been won by Nadal. This could only happen this year if David Ferrer (16/1) repeats his performance from last year and makes the final. He lost 6-4, 7-5 to his compatriot in what was a thrilling final. But Ferrer will have to get past the likes of Juan Monaco and Dolgopolov before he even meets Djokovic.

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