Check out our French Open betting guide, odds and exclusive betting offers.
Below are the best prices for the outright winners of the 2021 French Open for both the Men’s and Women’s singles tournaments.
French Open 2021 Men’s outright winner odds:
Top five favorites
French Open 2021 Women’s outright winner odds:
The French Open, also known as the Roland-Garros, is the second tennis Grand Slam of the year after the Australian Open. The Roland-Garros was founded back in 1891 and takes place at the Stade Roland Garros in Paris, France.
The 2021 French Open will begin on Monday 17th May and ends on Sunday 6th June.
On this page, you will find exclusive betting offers for the French Open, the latest odds, a tournament schedule and more. It is the only Grand Slam played on clay, making it a unique challenge, with one player dominating the tournament in recent history.
Since 2005, Rafael Nadal has been the player to beat at the French Open, winning 13 of the last 16 while winning the last four tournaments in a row.
As we said, Rafael Nadal has been the player to beat for quite some time, and his odds can often be quite short as an outright winner, and throughout the tournament. But, we tend to get enhanced odds offers for Nadal to win, which can bring in a great return if he dominates to his ability.
It is important to understand how the clay surface affects the ball. We explain more in our tennis betting guide for beginners. In short, the clay courts slow down the ball and produce a high bounce when compared to grass or hard court surfaces.
This can take away advantages for the big servers, and players that dominate in serve and volleys scenarios. Aggressive players that like to come forward will likely struggle on the clay surface unless they can adapt their game.
Great clay court players will have patience, defensive skills, the ability to shape a shot and knowledge for when to attack or defend.
As an example, Pete Sampras won 14 Grand Slams and was well known for his huge serve, but he never won a single French Open.
All of the best tennis betting sites will offer plenty of markets on the French Open. You can choose from several pre-match markets, but the in-play markets will give you the most choices.
The French Open is a clay court tennis Grand Slam that consists of five main championships:
The main singles draw include 16 qualifiers for men and 12 for women out of 128 players in each draw.
It is regarded as one of the most physically demanding tennis tournaments in the world, with seven rounds needed for a championship, the slow-playing surface and the best of five sets for the men’s singles matches (without a tiebreak in the final set).