French Open Betting Offers & Odds

The French Open

The French Open is one of the most highly anticipated Grand Slam events of the tennis calendar; with thousands of fans flocking to the Roland Garros Stadium from the 22nd May to 11th June to watch the world’s best players battling it out.

As one of the most important tennis events, you’ll find bookies offering some fantastic betting promotions and odds both in the lead up to, and throughout the tournament.

Latest odds, free bets and promotions below:

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Nadal to win French Open: 7/1

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Djokovic to win French Open: 12/1

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Murray to win French Open: 50/1

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Nadal, Djokovic or Murray: 4/1

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This year is set to be one of the most exciting events, as both the men’s and women’s look wide open, due to the fact that Roger Federer and Serena Williams will miss the competition.

Men’s Favourites and Best Odds

Bookies offer 4th seed Rafael Nadal as the favourite to win the 2017 French Open mens competition, and the player that others will most likely need to defeat.

Rafael Nadal: 5/6

Nadal already has 9 French Open titles under his belt, however he hasn’t won here since 2014.

After a strong opening to his year, Nadal secured the runner up spot in the Australian Open, and is the firm favourite to bag his 10th French Open title.

WilliamHill.com offer the best odds on Nadal winning the French Open at 5/6 as well as a 'bet £10, get £30 in free bets' deal for those opening a new account.

Novak Djokovic: 10/3

World number 2, Djokovic, has brought former tennis great Andre Agassi on board as his coach this year in a bid to win the 2017 French Open.

Djokovic won last year’s Australian and French Open’s, and although he went out in the 2nd round of the Australian Open, bookies have him as a leading contender.

Ladbrokes.com offer the best odds on Djokovic winning the French Open at 10/3 as well as a 'bet £50, get £50 in free bets' when you register an account.

Dominic Thiem: 10/1

Austrian Thiem, the number 7 seed who knocked Nadal out of the Italian Open last week, may not have a major tournament win yet, but he is playing well and will be a tough player to beat.

Most bookies seem to be expecting great things from him, and he could easily progress through the rounds of the French Open if he continues his current form.

PaddyPower.com offer the best odds on Thiem winning the French Open at 10/1 as well as a 'bet £10, get £30 in free bets' offer when you signup.

Andy Murray: 14/1

The world number 1 seed Murray, who won Wimbledon last year, has recently had a dip in form, having unfortunately exited the Australian Open in the 4th round.

The worlds highest ranked player may be in the bookies top choices, but he really needs to raise his game after losing to much lower-ranked players on clay this year.

Betfair.com offer the best odds on Murray winning the French Open at 14/1 as well as a 'bet £10, get £30 in free bets' deal when you register a new account.

Stan Wawrinka: 14/1

The other player in the top 5 is 3rd seed Wawrinka, who won the French Open back in 2015.

The reigning US Open champion didn’t have a very successful campaign in Madrid, but remains upbeat that he can regain his form and go further at the 2017 French Open.

Coral.co.uk offer the best odds on Murray winning the French Open at 14/1 as well as a 'bet £5, get £50 in free bets' deal when you register a new account.

Women’s Favourites and Best Odds

The first round of the 2017 French Open Women’s competition starts at 11am on Sunday the 28th of May and bookies have installed Simona Halep as favourite.

Simona Halep: 4/1

World number 2 Halep, who exited in the 1st round of the Australian open this year, hasn’t had the best start to the year, but remains the favourite for the 2017 French Open.

Betfair.com offer the best odds on Halep winning the French Open at 4/1 as well as a 'bet £10, get £30 in free bets' deal when you register a new account.

Garbine Muguruza: 10/1

Another firm favourite is defending French Open champion Muguruza as she's been playing well and is expected to be a contender if she recovers from injury.

Muguruza withdrew from the Italian Open last week after suffering a neck injury but if she is fit for the French Open she could easily make it to the final.

Bet365.com offer the best odds on Muguruza winning the French Open at 10/1 as well as a 'bet £200, get £200 in bonus bets' when you first join.

Elina Svitolina: 10/1

Svitolina has already won a tour-leading fourth title this season, after beating Simona Halep in the Italian Open. She is playing extremely well at the moment and will be one to watch.

Betfred.com offer the best odds on Svitolina winning the French Open at 10/1 as well as a 'bet £10, get £30 in free bets' deal when you open a new account.

Kristina Mladenovic: 16/1

Mladenovic is also amongst the top 5 favourites for the 2017 French Open Women’s tournament alongside Svetlana Kuznetsova, who won the Open in 2009.

Bet365.com offer the best odds on either winning the French Open at 16/1 as well as a 'bet £200, get £200 in bonus bets' when you register a new account.

The 2017 French Open is set to be one of the most interesting tennis tournaments in quite a while, and there some be some fantastic games to watch throughout the competition.

But the big question is who will take the men’s title! With some of the top players missing, and others not on form, it's time to use bookies free bets to back a lesser favourite at great odds!

NB: French Open betting odds correct at the time of writing. Online bookies odds tend to shorten odds closer to the start of tournaments so bet early to get the best odds!