2024 French Open Men’s Tennis Betting

2024 French Open Men’s Tennis Betting

While the battle for the 2024 French Open title will likely consist of Carlos Alcaraz and Novak Djokovic, the attention will be directed at Rafael Nadal, who is rumored to be playing his final season on the ATP Tour. If that is the case it only makes sense that Rafa would be a big draw at Roland Garros. A 14-time French Open winner, Nadal has tumbled down the odds board, but don’t let that fool you. The last player not named Nadal or Djokovic to win the French Open was Stan Wawrinka, who upset No. 1 seed Djokovic in four sets to win the 2015 title.

With Nadal and Djokovic advancing in age and realizing Father Time never loses, the young guns on the men’s side finally have an opening. Alcarez has been chasing down the pair for a few years rising to No. 1 last year ahead of Wimbledon then beating his nemesis in five thrilling sets on the grass court. Youth doesn’t always equate to health, however, and both Alcarez and Jannik Sinner recently withdrew from a tournament in Rome due to injuries. There is also concern that Sinner, the third favorite on the opening odds board, won’t compete at Roland Garros.

The 2024 French Open runs from May 26-June 9 at Stade Roland Garros in Paris. It is the second of four Grand Slam events on the yearly tennis calendar and the only major played on clay courts. Visit BookMaker.eu for complete French Open odds and to place your wager.

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Odds to win 2024 French Open Men’s Bracket

Carlos Alcaraz +245

Novak Djokovic +275

Jannik Sinner +340

Alexander Zverev +775

Stefanos Tsitsipas +775

Casper Ruud +975

Rafael Nadal +1050

Holger Rune +2100

Daniil Medvedev +2200

Andrey Rublev +2400

Hubert Hurkacz +5000

Taylor Fritz +5550

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If not for a recent wrist injury that forced him to withdraw in Rome a few weeks ago, throwing down on Alcarez would be a smart wager. However, though they’ve stumbled recently, you can’t overlook Nadal and especially Djokovic. Between them they’ve won each of the last eight French Open titles with Nadal claiming five in row before Wawrinka’s upset in 2015. But, if recent results are any indication the 2024 title could be up for grabs. With Sinner and Alcarez bowing out in Rome, Alexander Zverev was the only top 5 seed to reach the quarterfinals. Djokovic and Daniil Medvedev both exited before the quarterfinal round.

According to reports the injury to Sinner appears to be much bigger. And even if he’s cleared to compete I don’t like his chances dealing with a hip ailment. Alcaraz has to overcome a wrist issue and that’s not easy when trying to forcefully swing a tennis racket. Following a straight sets loss to Hubert Hurkacz, Nadal expressed some concerns about his game and reluctance to join the field. He just recently made the decision to compete for a 15th title.

The competitive fire is what keeps Djokovic and Nadal in the game. There isn’t much left for them to do with Nadal holding a record number of French Open titles and Djokovic boasting the most Grand Slam victories, breaking a tie with Nadal in last year’s straight sets win over Casper Ruud. That was also Djokovic’s third French Open giving him at least three wins in every major tournament. A proper sendoff would be the way to go for Nadal, who withdrew from last year’s tournament due to a hip injury. It was the first time he missed the French Open since debuting in 2005.

One player who could sneak in steal the trophy is Ruud. A winner in close to 70 percent of his matches on clay, Ruud reached the final in each of the past two seasons, though he failed to win a set in losses to Nadal and Djokovic. He’s never won a Grand Slam event with three runner-up finishes, all coming within the last two years.

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Recent injuries to some of the biggest names could severely impact how the tournament turns out. And the odds will change as well. Known as the “King of Clay” Nadal is a beast on the playing surface with that alone warranting him a serious look. However, it’s hard to play a young man’s game when you’re not a young man. Ruud has experienced defeat on center stage and should be ready to win that elusive first major. I also think Zverev can make some noise.

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