2024 French Open Tennis Betting Odds

2024 French Open Tennis Betting

2024 French Open Tennis Betting Odds

Last year, the French Open missed its leading man, as the “King of Clay,” Rafael Nadal, missed the tournament due to an injury. Nadal owns a record 14 French Open titles, which earned him that “King of Clay” moniker. Last year’s winner on the men’s side was the GOAT, Novak Djokovic. Meanwhile, on the women’s side, Iga Swiatek won her second consecutive French Open title. Nadal and Djokovic will both be playing this year’s event, but Carlos Alcaraz is listed as the French Open betting favorite at odds of +200. Djokovic is the second choice at odds of +260, while Nadal is in the longshot category at odds of +1100. On the women’s side it is all about Swiatek, as she is the odds-on favorite. Three other players are listed at odds of less than 10-1 and then it is all longshots. Aryna Sabalenka is +500, Cori Gauff is +650 and Elena Rybakina is listed with tennis odds of +800.

The French Open is the second of four Grand Slam tournaments on the tennis calendar each year. Also known as Roland Garros, the French Open brings a hallowed venue and great tradition to the sports betting calendar. It is one of the most popular tennis betting events held annually. The French Open brings optimism and good cheer as being symbolic of the start of summer. Since 2017, the French Open has had joint ownership shared between Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic. In that span, Nadal has five French Open titles, and Djokovic has three. On the women’s side, Iga Swiatek is the two-time defending champion with three wins in the previous four French Opens

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2024 French Open At a Glance

Location: Roland Garros, Paris, France

Date: May 20 – June 9, 2024

Surface: Clay

Total Participants: 128 men and women

Defending Champions: Novak Djokovic, Iga Swiatek

2024 French Open Odds (Men)

Carlos Alcaraz +200

Novak Djokovic +260

Jannik Sinner +430

Stefanos Tsitsipas +750

Alexander Zverev +1000

Casper Ruud +1000

Rafael Nadal +1100

Daniil Medvedev +1800

Holger Rune +2000

Andrey Rublev +2400

Dominic Thiem +3700

Taylor Fritz +5500

Borna Coric +6500

Felix Auger Aliassime +6500

Grigor Dimitrov +6500

Ben Shelton +6500

Nicolas Jarry +6500

Francisco Cerundolo +8000

Alex De Minaur +8000

Jan-Lennard Struff +8000

Andy Murray +8000

Joao Fonseca +8000

Karen Khachanov +8500

Hubert Hurkacz +9500

All other players are listed with odds of +10000 or more.

There are four players listed at single-digit odds to win the 2024 French Open. Carlos Alcaraz is the favorite, with Novak Djokovic a close second. Jannik Sinner is listed with odds of just over 4-1 and then Stefanos Tsitsipas has odds of just over 7-1. Alcaraz has an injured right forearm and he has not looked good of late, so he could be a risky play as the French Open betting favorite. Djokovic didn’t play well in the Italian Open but he is capable of turning it on at a moment’s notice. Sinner is another player dealing with injury, so he looks to be overvalued at his current odds. Perhaps the player to target is Stefanos Tsitsipas who won the Monte Carlo Masters on clay and then played well in the Italian Open. Another player to consider might be Alexander Zverev who looks back to where he was before getting hurt. Keep in mind that Zverev beat Nadal in the 2022 French Open semifinals.

Novak Djokovic won his 23rd Grand Slam title, the most of any man in the history of the game, at the 2023 French Open. He defeated 24-year-old Norwegian clay specialist Casper Ruud 7-6(1), 6-3, 7-5. The 36-year-old is the first man to win at least three titles at each of the four majors. He and Serena Williams now share the tie for most Grand Slam titles behind Australian record-holder Margaret Court, who won 24 major women's singles titles.

While Djokovic took the men's record for Grand Slam title wins, Nadal has won the French Open championship a record 14 times. He missed last year’s tournament after an injury from the Australian Open required surgery. Nadal has been almost unbeatable at the French Open in his career, but Nadal has struggled to regain his form coming back from injury and he didn’t look good last time out in the Italian Open, losing in the second round.

2024 French Open Odds (Women)

Iga Swiatek -140

Aryna Sabalenka +500

Cori Gauff +650

Elena Rybakina +800

Ons Jabeur +2100

Danielle Collins +2400

Mirra Andreeva +3100

Simona Halep +3100

Qinwen Zheng +3200

Jelena Ostapenko +3400

Naomi Osaka +3400

Paula Badosa +3700

Elina Svitolina +3700

Maria Sakkari +4500

Marketa Vondrousova +4500

Jessica Pegula +5000

Sloane Stephens +5000

Karolina Muchova +5500

Beatriz Haddad Maia +5500

Veronika Kudermetova +6000

Linda Fruhvirtova +6000

Liudmila Samsonova +6500

Caroline Garcia +6500

Daria Kasatkina +6500

Victoria Azarenka +6500

Emma Navarro +6500

Dayana Yastremska +6500

Anna Kalinskaya +6500

Barbora Krejcikova +7000

Linda Noskova +7500

Sofia Kenin +8000

Madison Keys +8000

Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova +8000

Bianca Andreescu +8000

Ekaterina Alexandrova +8000

Karolina Pliskova +8000

Marta Kostyuk +8000

Leylah Fernandez +8000

Sara Sorribes Tormo +8500

All other players are listed with odds of +10000 or more.

The women’s side of the French Open actually looks more predictable this year than the men’s side. Swiatek is the clear favorite and then there are three players who might surprise in Sabalenka, Gauff and Rybakina. No other player has odds of less than 20-1. Last year it was Swiatek defeating Karolina Muchova in the final, winning 6-2, 5-7, 6-4. It was the third French Open title for Swiatek.

Swiatek has been excellent on clay and she is the top player in the world. She is just 22-years old and already she is nearly unbeatable on clay. She has posted a 39-3 record in clay matches the last three years.  There is no reason to think she won’t win again this year. Sabalenka is ranked second in the world and really the only player who might give Swiatek some trouble. She has won two Grand Slam titles, but both were in Australia. Her best showing at the French Open was making the semifinals last year.

The one live longshot might be Mirra Andreeva who is just 16-years old. She has no fear and could be a player to watch.

French Open Winners (2000)

2023 Novak Djokovic Iga Swiatek
2022 Rafael Nadal Iga Swiatek
2021 Novak Djokovic Barbora Krejcikova
2020 Rafael Nadal Iga Swiatek
2019 Rafael Nadal Ashleigh Barty
2018 Rafael Nadal Simona Halep
2017 Rafael Nadal Jelena Ostapenko
2016 Novak Djokovic Garbine Muguruza
2015 Stanislav Wawrinka Serena Williams
2014 Rafael Nadal Maria Sharapova
2013 Rafael Nadal Serena Williams
2012 Rafael Nadal Maria Sharapova
2011 Rafael Nadal Li Na
2010 Rafael Nadal Francesca Schiavone
2009 Roger Federer Svetlana Kuznetsova
2008 Rafael Nadal Ana Ivanovic
2007 Rafael Nadal Justine Henin
2006 Rafael Nadal Justine Henin
2005 Rafael Nadal Justine Henin
2004 Gaston Gaudio Anastasia Myskina
2003 Juan Carlos Ferrero Justine Henin
2002 Albert Costa Serena Williams
2001 Gustavo Kuerten Jennifer Capriati
2000 Gustavo Kuerten Mary Pierce
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Most Career Men's Wins (Open Era)

14 Rafael Nadal 2005-2008, 2010-2014, 2017-2020, 2022
6 Bjorn Borg 1974, 1975, 1978-1981
3 Novak Djokovic 2016, 2021, 2023
3 Gustavo Kuerten 1997, 2000, 2001
3 Mats Wilander 1982, 1985, 1988
3 Ivan Lendl 1984, 1986, 1987

It's all about Rafael Nadal at Roland Garros. He has won 14 French Open titles, and it's hard to see anyone ever running him down. Nadal has more than twice as many victories at the one clay court major than the next closest player (Bjorn Borg), and he has more than four times as many titles as anyone else in the Open Era here.

The only other active player with multiple French Open wins is Novak Djokovic. Although Djokovic was the No. 1 ranked player in the world for over seven years, he didn’t win his first Grand Slam title here until 2016. Djokovic beat Andy Murray in four sets in 2016 and overcame dropping the first two sets to best Stefanos Tsitsipas for the title in 2021. He won his third French Open title in 2023, beating Casper Ruud in straight sets.

Most Career Women's Wins (Open Era)

7 Chris Evert 1974, 1975, 1979, 1980, 1983, 1985, 1986
6 Steffi Graf 1987, 1988, 1993, 1995, 1996, 1999
4 Justine Henin 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007
3 Iga Swiatek 2020, 2022, 2023
3 Serena Williams 2002, 2013, 2015
3 Arantxa Sanchez Vicario 1989, 1994, 1998
3 Monica Seles 1990, 1991, 1992
3* Margaret Court 1969, 1970, 1973

*Court won five French Open titles in her career, but her first two were a part of the amateur era in 1962 and 1964.

American Chris Evert is largely considered one of the best clay-court players in the history of women's tennis. Evert claimed seven titles over 13 years at the French Open.

Steffi Graf challenged Evert, but her six titles weren't quite good enough to pass her. Had Justine Henin played longer, she could have perhaps challenged both. She won four titles in five years from 2003 through 2007 at the French Open and was a fantastic clay court player.

Serena Williams has the most French Open titles of any active player, but this is her least successful Grand Slam, with only three titles in her 20 years on tour. Iga Swiatek is the new Queen of Clay, having won three of the last four French Open titles.

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