French Open Tennis Betting

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French Open Betting with Live Tennis Odds

The second of four annual Grand Slam events, the French Open is the only one held on clay as Roland-Garros welcomes the glare of the tennis world over two weeks between May and June.

Best French Open Tennis Odds

Here at BetVictor we'll provide the aces with a comprehensive range of French Open tennis odds throughout the fortnight in Paris.

Following the season curtain-raiser earlier in the year Down Under at the Australian Open, the gruelling schedule in France's capital at the start of the summer - requiring winners to succeed over seven rounds - provides further insight into the mid-season physical condition of the sport's top players.

It means those going the distance at Roland-Garros tend to be good tips to do the same at Wimbledon a month later, though when it comes to lifting the trophy in the men's game, one name has dominated the French Open winner odds for years now.

French Open Men’s Singles Outright Odds

Since his debut French Open victory in 2005, Rafael Nadal has swept all before him to such an extent that he's become the undisputed clay king of Paris. With records tumbling every year that Nadal is able to compete, his 2018 straight sets victory over Dominic Thiem saw his tally rise to an incredible 11 French Open titles.

Best French Open Women’s Singles Outright Bets

It means those looking for value in the Roland Garros odds may prefer to cast a glance at the women's game, where the French Open tennis betting shows more variety with nine different winners in the last decade alone.

Best French Open Tennis Betting Markets

Here at BetVictor, when it comes to Roland Garros betting we'll not only have the Women's Singles and Men's Singles Outright markets, we'll also bring you odds and markets relating to each match and round, including Match Betting, Set Betting, daily Enhanced Prices and live In-Play markets.

Grand Slam Tennis Betting

And for those who love nothing more than a bet on Tennis, then we'll also provide the same treatment for all of the season's four Grand Slam events as well as some of the lesser lights on the ATP Tour.