2019 Women’s French Open Odds

By  Jonathan Willis

Friday, May 24th, 2019

2019 Women’s French Open Odds

We haven’t seen a woman successfully defend her French Open title in 12 years. Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova have come close to doing that, winning two titles in three years, but no other player has won more than one French Open since Justin Henin won four in five years in the mid-2000’s. Simona Halep is out to be the first to defend her title since Henin did it in 2007, and she is the overall favorite according to the oddsmakers. However, she is not a big favorite at over 4-1.

The 2019 French Open will take place at Roland Garros in Paris, France. This tournament will run for the next two weeks, and matches will be on the Tennis Channel, NBCSN, or NBC.

2019 Women’s French Open Odds at BookMaker.eu

Simona Halep +430

Field +500

Naomi Osaka +800

Kiki Bertens +800

Serena Williams +1200

Sloane Stephens +1400

Karolina Pliskova +1400

Petra Kvitova +1600

Ashleigh Barty +1900

Elina Svitolina +2000

Gabrine Muguruza +2500

Victoria Azarenka +2600

Madison Keys +2800

Belinda Bencic +3200

Angelique Kerber +3300

Aryna Sabalenka +3500

Anett Kontaveit +4500

Daria Kasatkina +5500

Jelena Ostapenko +6000

Caroline Garcia +7500

Anastasija Sevastova +7500

Amanda Ansimova +8000

Elise Mertens +8500

Caroline Wozniacki +9000

Julia Goerges +12500

Odds Analysis

At this point in time, Halep is the best clay court player in women’s tennis. She has played well at the French Open over the last five years, making it to the finals of the event in 2014 and 2017 before finally breaking through to win last year’s French Open. Unfortunately, she has had a rough go of it since that time. Halep flamed out spectacularly at the last three majors, losing in the third round at Wimbledon, the fourth round at the Australian Open, and she became the first overall No. 1 seed to lose in the first round at the U.S. Open.

She has yet to win a tournament in 2019. Halep finished runner-up to Elise Mertens at the Qatar Open in February, and she was runner-up to Kiki Bertens at the Madrid Open two weeks ago.
The field is an alluring option, even though it’s kind of humorous to see it as the second-best option on the board. Garbine Muguruza came out of nowhere to win the French Open over Serena Williams in 2016, and Jelena Ostapenko did the same over Simona Halep in 2017.

Naomi Osaka is the next great thing in women’s tennis. The world’s No. 1 player is just 21 years old, but she has grown by leaps and bounds over the last year. Osaka has claimed the last two majors, and she is looking a lot like her childhood idol, Serena Williams. However, she has never had much success on clay. Her best result in three French Open appearances has been a third round exit, and her run-up to the tournament on clay courts has not been great. She was eliminated in the quarterfinals of both the Madrid Open and Italian Open earlier this month.

My favorite play on the board is Kiki Bertens. Although she has never advanced further than the semifinals of the French Open, she has been awesome on clay throughout her career, and Bertens has looked sharp ahead of this event. Bertens made it to the semifinals of both the Stuttgart Open and the Italian Open, and she won the Madrid Open a couple weeks ago.

The best player in the history of women’s tennis is in the twilight of her career, but Serena Williams is still one of the best in the game. She hasn’t won a major since 2017, but she did make it to the semifinals of both Wimbledon and the U.S. Open last year. Serena has never had a lot of success on clay though, and she was bounced in the fourth round last year.

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