Tennis French Open

The French Open is unlike any other Grand Slam tournament. It’s played on clay and it’s a slower form of tennis, which suits some players more than others.

French Open odds heavily favor the clay court players, which opens the market up for some excellent value odds. It’s the second grand slam of the year, in between the Australian Open and Wimbledon.

Rafael Nadal has dominated the tournament, winning an incredible 14 times and he’s still playing

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Tournament Information

Date: May 28 - June 11, 2023 City: Roland Garros, Paris


How to read French Open Odds

Bookmakers offer tournament winner markets and they’re the most popular. French Open odds come in a variety of ways, but betting on the tournament winner is the best way to find value.

Players are listed in order of their odds, so the favorites are at the top of the page. The outsiders are at the bottom as they’re not considered winning hopes, but there’s always room for an upset when you bet on tennis.

When the tournament starts, there is live betting available and also head-to-head betting, which looks like a normal betting market. French odds open are based on form, previous French Open results and a variety of other factors.

French Open Men Outrights

Rot To Win Outright French Open Men 2023 Moneyline
1201 Carlos Alcaraz     +160
1202 Novak Djokovic     +160
1203 Rafael Nadal     +250
1204 Stefanos Tsitsipas     +650
1205 Casper Ruud     +1200
1206 Alexander Zverev     +1400
1207 Holger N Rune     +2000
1208 Jannik Sinner     +1400
1209 Dominic Thiem     +1600
1210 Daniil Medvedev     +2500
1211 Andrey Rublev     +3300
1212 Felix Auger Aliassime     +4000
1213 Matteo Berrettini     +4000
1214 Hubert Hurkacz     +5000
1215 Miomir Kecmanovic     +5000
1216 Alex De Minaur     +6600
1217 Cameron Norrie     +8000
1218 Denis Shapovalov     +6600
1219 Diego Schwartzman     +8000
1220 Lorenzo Musetti     +5000
1222 Sebastian Korda     +6600
1223 Taylor Fritz     +8000
1224 Marin Cilic     +10000
1226 Karen Khachanov     +15000
1227 Reilly Opelka     +10000
1228 Pablo Carreno Busta     +6600
1229 Roberto Bautista Agut     +8000
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French Open Women Outrights

Rot To Win Outright French Open Women 2023 Moneyline
1001 Iga Swiatek     -115
1017 Jessica Pegula     +1600
1018 Ons Jabeur     +1000
1019 Caroline Garcia     +1200
1020 Maria Sakkari     +1200
1021 Paula Badosa     +1200
1022 Cori Gauff     +1600
1023 Linda Fruhvirtova     +1600
1024 Barbora Krejcikova     +1800
1025 Aryna Sabalenka     +1800
1026 Leylah Fernandez     +1800
1027 Anett Kontaveit     +2500
1028 Garbine Muguruza     +2500
1029 Emma Raducanu     +2500
1030 Jelena Ostapenko     +2500
1031 Belinda Bencic     +2500
1032 Elena Rybakina     +2500
1033 Amanda Anisimova     +2500
1034 Victoria Azarenka     +2800
1035 Daria Kasatkina     +2800
1036 Brenda Fruhvirtova     +3000
1037 Karolina Pliskova     +4000
1038 Danielle Collins     +4000
1039 Angelique Kerber     +4000
1040 Beatriz Haddad Maia     +4000
1041 Qinwen Zheng     +4000
1042 Martina Trevisan     +5000
1043 Liudmila Samsonova     +5000
1044 Linda Noskova     +6000
1045 Katerina Siniakova     +8000
All Wagers have action. Others on request.

How to bet on French Open Odds?

French Open odds have been dictated by one player over the last 20 years and that’s Nadal.

Bettors looking for value haven’t been able to look past the Spanish champion, who typically pays skinny odds to win the French Open and rightfully so.

However, there is always value in the women’s markets because most women’s tournaments are wide open. There hasn’t been a dominated French Open champion recently, which means there’s value to be snapped up.

We like identifying the newer players on the scene, including the likes of Iga Swiatek. Bettors can find value in picking out younger players who could be suited to play on the clay courts of Roland Garros.

Men’s French Open

There should be only one player on this list but we have found four more. Nadal is light years ahead of the competition with 14 wins.

He dominated from 2005 to 2022 and despite getting older, it doesn’t seem to affect his ability to win. Roland Garros’ odds always have him at short odds to win and it’s not surprising.

Max Decugis won eight titles in the amateur era but second on the list is Bjorn Borg. The Swedish star won six times in the ’70s and ’80s, and before Nadal came along, was considered the best to play on clay.

A group of French players dominated near the turn of the 20th century, including Andre Vacherot and Paul Ayme. Rene Lacoste and Henri Cochet came a little later and had excellent success.

Mats Wilander and Ivan Lendl had success in the 80s and there were only four years during the decade when they didn’t win. Brazilian Gustavo Kuerten had three French Open wins and his on-court demeanor added to the excitement.

Top 5 men’s Players (All-Time)

Rafael Nadal
Max Decugis
Bjorn Borg
Mats Wilander & Ivan Lendl
Gustavo Kuerten

Women’s French Open

Despite American players not always having much success on clay, that wasn’t the case for Chris Evert, who won seven times in the 70s and 80s.

French Open odds typically have the Americans lower down the list but Evert stands alone as the best women’s player to play the French Open.

Suzanne Lenglen, who has a court named after her at Roland Garros, owns six wins in the amateur era. She won four consecutive titles and deserves to be recognized as one of the best.

Australian Margaret Court won five titles, including three in the open era. She had great success in all majors, including the French Open.

We have to mention Justine Henin and Helen Wills. They had four wins respectively, with Henin’s coming more recently from 2003 to 2007.

It wasn’t her most popular event, but Serena Williams added three French Open titles to her expansive grand slam record.

Top 5 Women’s Players (All-Time)

Chris Evert
Suzanne Lenglen
Margaret Court
Justine Henin & Helen Wills
Serena Williams
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