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French Open Tennis Betting Odds

The French Open is the second Grand Slam of each year and is played at Roland Garros in Paris. It is the only Grand Slam that is held on clay courts and the main clay court season more or less ends with it. Since it is played relatively shortly before the Wimbledon, it allows tennis fans to see the players in action just before the “greatest” tournament starts. And the form certainly does carry on. In 2010, Rafael Nadal won both, while Tomas Berdych reached the semi-finals in the French Open and the finals in the Wimbledon. Robin Söderling also impressed in both tournaments.

Last change:


Novak Djokovic 2.20 2.10
Rafael Nadal 3.50 4.00
Stanislas Wawrinka 8.00 9.00
Andy Murray 11.00 13.00
Kei Nishikori 17.00
Kei Nishikori Other 21.00
Roger Federer 21.00 26.00
Jo Wilfred Tsonga 41.00 34.00
Juan Martin Del Potro 51.00 26.00
Tomas Berdych 34.00 46.00
Grigir Dimitrov 34.00 51.00
Milos Raonic 41.00 51.00
Marin Cilic 51.00
Nick Kyrgios 67.00
David Ferrer 51.00 101
Gael Monfils 81.00 101
Ernests Gulbi 101
Roberto Bautista Agut 101
Thanasi Kokkinakis 101
John Isner 101
Richard Gasquet 126
Nicolas Almagro 151
Pablo Cuevas 201
Feliciano Lopez 201
Kevin Anderson 201
Benoit Paire 201
David Goffin 201
Filippo Volandri 201
Borna Coric 201
Fernando Verdasco 201
Ivo Karlovic 201
Jerzy Janowicz 201
Fabio Fognini 201
Guillermo Garcia Lopez 251
Gilles Simon 251
Alexandr Dolgopolov 251
Bernard Tomic 301
Philipp Kohlschreiber 301
Carlos Berlocq 301
Tommy Robredo 301

Last change:


Serena William 3.75 3.50
Maria Sharapova 6.00 6.00
Simona Halep 6.00 7.00
Victoria Azarenka 11.00 11.00
Petra Kvitova 12.00 13.00
Gabrine Muguruza 19.00
Caroline Wozniacki 26.00 21.00
Lucie Safarova 26.00 21.00
Garbine Muguruza Blanco 26.00
Timea Bacsinszky 26.00
Timea Bacsinskzy 29.00
Eugenie Bouchard 34.00 26.00
Madison keys 34.00 29.00
Carla Suarez Navarro 34.00 34.00
Ana Ivanovic 34.00 34.00
Sloane Stephens 41.00 34.00
Dominika Cibulkova 51.00
Ekaterina Makarova 51.00
Agnieszka Radwanska 51.00
Angelique Kerber 51.00
Sabine Lisicki 67.00
Kristina Mladenovic 67.00
Andrea Petkovic 67.00
Ka Pliskova 67.00
Elina Svitolina 67.00
Sam Stosur 81.00
Venus Williams 101
Ana Konjuh 101
Ajla Tomljanovic 101
Belinda Bencic 101
Johanna Konta 101
Svetlana Kuznetsova 101
Flavia Pennetta 101
Donna Vekic 101
Jelena Jankovic 126
Alize Cornet 126
Caroline Garcia 151
Shuai Peng 151
Lauren Davis 201
Francesca Schiavone 201
Heather Watson 201
Zarina Diyas 201
Aleksandra Krunic 201
Mirjana Lucic Baroni 201
Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova 201
Laura Robson 201
Kurumi Nara 201
Yaroslava Shvedova 201
Irina Camelia Begu 201
Sara Errani 201
Bojana Jovanovski 201
Coco Vandeweghe 251
Vavara Lepchenko 251
Camila Giorgi 251
Julia Goerges 251
Irina Falconi 251
Barbora Zahlavova Strycova 251
Kaia Kanepi 251
Shelby Rogers 251
Kirsten Flipkens 251
Alison Van Uytvanck 251
Christina McHale 251
Monica Puig 251
Madison Brengle 301
Casey Dellacqua 301
Yanina Wickmayer 301
Bethanie Mattek Sands 301
Johanna Larsson 301
Roberta Vinci 301
Daria Gavrilova 301
Silvia Soler Espinosa 301
Timea Babos 301
Sorana Cirstea 301
Loudres Domiguez Lino 301
Mona Barthel 401
Andreea Mitu 426
Jarmila Gajdosova 501
Daniela Hantuchova 501
Lucie Hradecka 501

The nature of the surface greatly benefits players that base their style on consistency and fitness. Powerful baseline shots and huge serves do not play a big role in this Grand Slam, which also means that spectators get to see many spectacular rallies and brilliant points. That, along with the stunning French atmosphere, makes the tournament a truly superb experience. Fortunately for tennis fans, after recent deliberations giving consideration moving the event, the tournament officials are not going to move the Grand Slam from Roland Garros

In recent years, the tournament has been dominated by the world number one, Rafael Nadal. He has already won it an incredible seven times and is definitely looking for more titles in the future. His dominance has been broken just once. In 2009, Robin Söderling surprisingly beat Rafael Nadal and established himself as one of the top tennis players thanks to that performance. It was perhaps the biggest upset in the modern history of the Grand Slam. It also allowed Roger Federer to finally capture the French Open title he could not get for so many years. 

In 2012, Novak Djokovic was bidding to become the 1st player since Rod Laver in the late 1960's to hold all 4 grand slam titles at the same time, but Nadal was to confirm his superiority on clay by winning in 4 sets spread over two days due to bad weather in Paris.

Women also have to adapt their game plans to the conditions and specialists naturally do pretty well on clay. Most people thought that Samantha Stosur would be able to get the title after a number of great matches. However, Francesca Schiavone, who spends most of her time on clay courts, was able to outfox Stosur in a brilliant match in 2010 but Schiavone couldn't complete the double when losing in straight sets to Na Li in 2011. Maria Sharapova warmed up beautifully for Wimbledon with a straight sets victory over Sara Errani in the 2012 final.

Betting fans should remember that this is a tournament in which fitness plays a huge role. The longer format and tougher rallies often allow fit players to turn matches around in spectacular fashion, while one-dimensional players that rely on serve tend to struggle, as they are unable to keep the points short and the efficiency of their serves will gradually spiral down.

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