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The French Open 2020 Odds: The Odds Manager Guide

An autumn treat for tennis fans sees the delayed French Open getting underway in Paris.

Hot on the heels of the US Open, it allows us to get fired into some tasty tennis action with Nadal and Djokovic both in action for the men, while the women’s tournament looks wide open due to the absence of world number one Ashleigh Barty.

So read on to see our fancies for both the Men’s and Women’s titles at Roland Garros.

Don’t forget, if you’re looking to expand your tennis betting knowledge, then we’ve got you covered in our Tennis Odds & Betting – The Odds Manager Guide.


Here are all the latest odds for the upcoming matches at the French Open.

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Men’s French Open Winner – Our Top Odds Pick is Dominic Thiem – 9/2 at Betfair

With some star names missing due to Covid and injury, we check out the main men to keep an eye on in this year’s French Open.

Rafael Nadal: Death, taxes and Rafa winning the French Open are the three certainties in life right?

He’s won the tournament a staggering 12 times, including the last three and is a short price favourite to add to that unbelievable haul.

Our Odds Pick: 6/5 at bet365

Novak Djokovic: Having spat the dummy at the US Open, Djokovic will be looking to make amends in Paris.

He does have a poor record on clay to overcome though, having only won this tournament once before, back in 2016.

Our Odds Pick: 2/1 at bet365

Dominic Thiem: Fresh from his maiden Grand Slam win in last month’s US Open, the Austrian will be looking to quickly snaffle his second and who would bet against him?

A finalist at Roland Garros the last two years, he looks a cracking bet to finally lift the title this time around.

Our Odds Pick: 9/2 at Betfair

Our Top Odds Pick for the Men’s French Open is DOMINIC THIEM at 9/2 with Betfair.

Women’s French Open Winner – Our Top Odds Pick is Garbine Muguruza – 7/1 at bet365

With reigning champion and world number one Ashleigh Barty missing from the line-up, this year’s Women’s tournament looks wide open.

Read on to get the lowdown on who we think can go close in Paris.

Simona Halep: The feisty Romanian won this in 2018 and is favourite to repeat the effort here this year.

Having swerved the US Open due to concerns over Covid, she then lifted the Italian Open so arrives here fresh and in great form.

Our Odds Pick: 5/2 at William Hill

Garbine Muguruza: The Spaniard was successful here in 2016 when overcoming Serena Williams in straight sets.

Despite only being ranked 15th this year, she has the ability to go far in the tournament with the autumnal conditions ideal for her game.

Our Odds Pick: 7/1 at bet365

Victoria Azarenka: Having gone through a tough spell in recent months, the Belarusian’s form has turned a corner and she arrives here with a live chance.

Could she lift her third Grand Slam at the age of 31?

Our Odds Pick: 10/1 at Betfred

Our Top Odd Pick for the Women’s French Open is GARBINE MUGURUZA at 7/1 with bet365.

French Open Betting - Frequently Asked Questions

Which sites offer the best odds for the French Open?

Being the final Grand Slam of the year, bookies will be queuing up to offer competitive odds and tennis promos on the French Open action.

For us, the top three bookies for tennis betting are:

bet365: Lead the pack in tennis betting with a top range of markets and live streaming of all the action.

Paddy Power: Tasty prices and always good for some cracking French Open offers - sacre bleu.

William Hill: A huge range of markets and a top app for betting on the go - what's not to like?

How can I watch the French Open on live streaming?

ITV have secured the rights for this year's tournament meaning that every match will be free to view in the UK so you won't miss any of the Paris action.

Can I bet live on the French Open?

Oui oui oui!

All the top bookies will be looking to 'serve' up some tasty French Open promotions and offers so keep a lookout over the tournament.

Why should I bet on the French Open?

With Covid meaning a lack of top-quality tennis over the summer months, the French Opens offers a great opportunity for some juicy tennis betting action before the year-end.