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Tennis Odds – French Open Odds and Picks 2019

Written by:
Phil Simon
Published on:
May/24/2019

Can anyone on the men’s draw take down Rafael Nadal at the French Open? It’s a gargantuan task and oddsmakers think it’s unlikely, installing the two-time defending champion and 11-time winner as a negative odds favorite.


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Only two other players are listed with odds below +1000 with Novak Djokovic at +260 and Dominic Thiem at +700. There’s always the chance of an upset, that’s why they play the game. But considering Nadal’s dominance on clay and the fact that he hasn’t slowed down, he’s the pick to tame Roland Garros once again.

If you’re looking for an upset the women’s draw is likely to produce one. There have been five different winners over the last five years and the last repeat champion was back in 2007. Simona Halep is at the top of the women’s odds list.

2019 French Open

Date and Time: Sunday, May 26, 2019 – Sunday, June 9, 2019

Location: Stade Roland Garros, Paris, France

French Open TV Coverage: Tennis Channel, NBC

The grueling two week stretch on clay can take a toll on anybody and needs to be considered when wagering on the French Open. Favorites in early round matchups who struggle with lesser opponents often have accumulated fatigue that can certainly play a role in the latter stages of the tournament. Other than Nadal winning the men’s singles, nothing is for certain at the French Open, which is usually the case in a Grand Slam event.

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Rafael Nadal -112

Novak Djokovic +260

Dominic Thiem +700

Stefanos Tsitsipas +1700

Alexander Zverev +3400

Roger Federer +3400

Juan Martin Del Potro +5000

Borna Coric +10000

Fabio Fognini +10000

Stan Wawrinka +11000

Daniil Medvedev +11000

Kei Nishikori +15000

Gael Monfils +15000

Marin Cilic +30000

Karen Kachanov +30000

Marco Cecchinato +30000

Roberto Bautista Agut +33000

Nick Kyrgios +35000

Grigor Dimitrov +40000

Milos Raonic +40000

Alex de Minaur +40000

Denis Shapovalov +70000

Lucas Pouille +70000

Kevin Anderson +70000

Andy Murray +100000

Field (Any other player) +850

Nadal really doesn’t leave us much of a choice on the men’s side. He’s won the French Open 11 times since 2005 and his record on clay is astonishing. There were some concerns recently over his play on the surface after losses in the Rolex Monte Carlo Masters, Barcelona Open and Madrid Open. The latter two coming against opponents he could face in Paris, Dominic Thiem and Stefanos Tsitsipas.

Regaining his form a few weeks ago, Nadal cruised to victory in Rome knocking off Tsitsipas in straight sets in the semis and Djokovic in three sets for the title. It was just the tune-up he needed heading to Roland Garros. He also has beyond elite level stats on the ATP Tour over the last 12 months.

Roger Federer makes his return to the French Open for the first time since 2015. He skipped the event to preserve his body and is ready to reclaim the title he won for the only time back in 2009. Federer has a record 20 Grand Slam titles in his career and is listed at +3400. Djokovic has enjoyed some success against Nadal recently, but that’s not saying much since he has lost 17 of 24 matches on clay.

Since you’ll likely have to get by Nadal to win the French Open, Thiem and Tsitsipas at least know they can beat him, having done so already in 2019. Tsitsipas won on clay in Madrid, but this is a different story. There realistically are no other players that can reach the latter stages.

Odds to win 2019 Women’s French Open at BookMaker.eu Place Bets Here

Simona Halep +430

Naomi Osaka +800

Kiki Bertens +800

Serena Williams +1200

Sloane Stephens +1400

Karolina Pliskova +1400

Petra Kvitova +1600

Ashleigh Barty +1900

Elina Svitolina +2000

Garbine 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

Anastasija Sevastova +7500

Caroline Garcia +7500

Amanda Ansimova +8000

Elise Mertens +8500

Caroline Wozniacki +9000

Julia Goerges +12500

Field (Any Other Player) +500

The women’s draw is much different than the men’s with a number of players in position to win. Halep is the favorite but she hasn’t had a lot of success in Grand Slam events. She broke through at Roland Garros last year ending a string of three straight major final losses. However, she has only one title since then and clay isn’t here best playing surface.

Kiki Bertens on the other hand is a clay court specialist and she has the tools to win her first French Open. Serena Williams has yet to regain her form after taking time off. She reached the round of 16 last year but hasn’t really been a factor in any event. She does, or did, play well in Grand Slam events, so maybe this is her time. At +1400 Sloane Stephens is a sleeper pick. She lost to Halep in last year’s final and has been consistent with her game and in the ATP rankings.

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You can’t go wrong with Nadal and he’s my pick to win another French Open. It may not be as easy this time around with guys like Djokovic, Federer, Tsitsipas and Juan Martin Del Potro standing in his way, but Nadal is a monster on clay and he has the killer instinct. The women’s side is more competitive as far as producing a winner and Stephens offers good value. However, I like Bertens and her game on clay to outlast the field.

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- Phil Simon, Gambling911.com

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