French Open Tennis Betting Tips


When it comes to tennis betting, the French Open is one of the most popular tournaments. There is French Open men’s singles and women’s singles which afford a wide range of betting opportunities for tennis enthusiasts over a fortnight period, culminating in the French Open finals.

The French Open is also called Roland Garros and it’s played between late May and early June, with this major tennis tournament being the second Grand Slam event of the year after the Australian Open.

Roland Garros is the only tennis Grand Slam event which takes place on a clay court surface, with the tournament founded in 1891 and it’s a prestigious and unique event which starts off with 128 players in both the gentlemen’s singles and ladies singles draw.

Why bet on French Open tennis?

This is a captivating tennis tournament and the French Open affords a wide range of betting opportunities. You can choose to bet on antepost betting markets such as French Open winner, Winning Quarter, Winner of Each Quarter and Stage of Elimination.

In addition to these betting markets, you can bet on the French Open on a match-to-match basis. For a particular gentleman singles or ladies singles match, you can bet on the match winner, correct set score, handicap market or number of tie-breaks among a range of tennis match betting markets.

Alternatively, you can place a bet which covers a range of matches taking place at the French Open. You might want to select several matches and aim to predict the winner of each match. Most bookmakers will accept multiple tennis bets where you can choose a number of players in a tennis accumulator and place a stake on them all to win.

There is always a winner when it comes to tennis betting, even if one player has to retire with an injury, so that is satisfying to a betting customer who wants to bet on the match winner which is always a two-way market.

The French Open tennis surface is clay which often means that you see certain players thrive when they feel comfortable playing at Roland Garros, while exciting rallies often occur.

How to get the best French Open betting odds

It’s easy enough to compare French Open tennis betting odds when it comes to betting on the winner of the French Open gentlemen’s singles or ladies singles. The same applies to betting on the matches before they start and it’s worth looking out for any tennis promotions that the bookies offer.

A bookmaker such as bet365 might offer a tennis accumulator bonus should you manage to predict the winner of several matches and it often pays to bet with a bookmaker who has an acca promotion if you’re going to bet on the French Open.

Even when it comes to In-Play betting on the French Open, if you have a customer account with more than one bookmaker, you will be able to get a feel for the range of live markets and how competitive the prices are. You will find the best French Open prices are available on a pre-match basis.

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