FRENCH OPEN TENNIS BETTING & ODDS

At Grosvenor Sport, you can bet on the French Open right here with our selection of French Open betting markets and French Open odds.

The French Open is one of the four tennis Grand Slam tournaments and is often referred to as Roland-Garros – after the Stade Roland-Garros in Paris, where the tournament is held. Staged in spring, the tournament takes place on clay courts, which means a slower style of play than the other three Grand Slams. This results in longer, more physically demanding matches – testing the endurance of the players, but offering great opportunities for punters looking to make tennis bets.

French Open online betting with Grosvenor Sport gives you a complete set of tennis betting options, including point betting and set betting, along with match results, handicaps, and outright markets on winners.

Just register for an account with us today and you can bet on the French Open with Grosvenor Sport.

HOW TO PLACE A BET ON FRENCH OPEN TENNIS

To bet on the French Open with Grosvenor Sport, first you’ll need to register for an account with us.

Follow these simple steps to start your membership:

Click on the Sign-Up button in the top-right corner of the page. If you’ve signed up with us before, then you can simply log in using the details you used to sign up. Otherwise, you can register as a new player. 

Once your account is set up, you can take advantage of our welcome offers when you make your first deposit.

Then it’s just a case of checking out our French Open betting markets and odds. Pick your market, check the odds, select your stake and make your bet. Then watch the action on the courts at Roland-Garros to see if your bet comes in.

FACTORS TO CONSIDER IN FRENCH OPEN TENNIS BETTING

When it comes to picking a winner in your French Open tennis betting, it’s important to study the form of the players and check the conditions. Make sure to consider:

Player performance and form: How is your chosen player performing at the moment? What is their form like heading into the tournament? Are they coming in on the back of a win or struggling with injury? It all plays a part.

Previous French Open performance: When you’re backing a player in the outrights, it pays to look at how they’ve performed previously on the clay courts of Roland-Garros. Have they triumphed or suffered here in the past? Use this information to inform your outright betting strategy.

Playing surface and its impact on betting: Certain surfaces play better for different types of players. Clay is the slowest tennis court surface – it slows down the speed of the ball and generates a higher bounce. It’s the preferred surface of baseline players and those that use a lot of spin on the ball. Players with big hits who rely on speed to beat their opponents may struggle on clay. The style of player and their favourite type of game will therefore impact your betting strategy.

Injuries and player fitness: The slower play on clay courts require superhuman levels of stamina. If a player is going into the tournament carrying an injury, it can easily be exposed on clay courts.

Head-to-head records: Even the top players in the world have their bogey players. The top seed being drawn against a lower ranked player may look like a banker, but if they’ve struggled against them in the past, it may become a more even contest.

Weather conditions: Despite being held in late May and early June, the weather conditions can vary at the French Open with it often being cold and rainy. Colder and wet conditions make the clay courts even slower with less bounce on the ball. This can help or hinder the games of certain tennis players.

POPULAR BETTING MARKETS FOR FRENCH OPEN TENNIS

Our competitive French Open odds can be found on the full range of events, including Men’s Singles, Women’s Singles, Men’s Doubles, Women’s Doubles and Mixed Doubles. Both Men’s and Women’s Singles tournaments feature 128 players, with the top 32 players in the ATP rankings (men) and WTA rankings (women) seeded for the draw.

You can choose from a selection of French Open betting markets right here at Grosvenor Sport, including:

Outright tournament winner:

At Grosvenor Sport, you’ll find outright odds on every single competitor in the tournament at the start of the competition. These are odds on their chance of winning. The top seeds will have shorter odds, whilst the lower seeds will have longer odds. As the competition gets underway, the outright odds will change in line with the form of the players left in and their draws for the next round. Once two players are left in for the final, you’ll find outright French Open odds for each.

Set betting:

With set betting, you bet on a particular player and how many sets they will win. Take the example of three set matches in the women’s competition. You can bet on four outcomes: Player A wins 2-0, Player A wins 2-1, Player B wins 2-0, Player B wins 2-1.

Total games / sets betting:

This is a simple bet on how many games or sets will be played in a certain match between two competitors.

Match winner:

A straightforward bet on which of the two competitors will win a specific match. It could be a first-round tie, the semi-final or final.

Handicap betting:

When there is a clear favourite in a French Open tennis match, Handicap betting gives the better player a disadvantage. Say Player A starts with a handicap of -5.5 games and they win by six games. If you backed them the bet would be a winner. Say you back player B with +4.5 games. The bet will win if they lose by four games or fewer.

Other French Open bets at Grosvenor Sport include whether there will be a tie-break in a match, the total number of aces, and much more. And if you like your tennis betting action in the moment, be sure to check out our range of live In-Play French Open odds.

BET ON THE FRENCH OPEN WITH GROSVENOR SPORT

Bet on tennis with Grosvenor Sport throughout the French Open, with competitive odds on all of the main events, along with a host of features to help you stay in touch with the action. You can Cash Out early on your bets and use our bet calculator to calculate your potential winnings.

All you need to do is sign up for an account with us or log in to your existing Grosvenor Sport account. If it’s your first time betting with us, we’ll also throw in a fantastic welcome bonus too. And don’t forget to check the Grosvenor Sport blog, for the latest tennis betting tips and previews leading up to the tournament.

Alongside our French Open odds, you can bet on the other Grand Slam tennis tournaments at Grosvenor Sport – Wimbledon, the Australian Open and the US Open. And don’t miss our other sports betting markets, whether you want to bet on footballcricketboxing or rugby.

 

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FRENCH OPEN TENNIS BETTING & ODDS

At Grosvenor Sport, you can bet on the French Open right here with our selection of French Open betting markets and French Open odds.

The French Open is one of the four tennis Grand Slam tournaments and is often referred to as Roland-Garros – after the Stade Roland-Garros in Paris, where the tournament is held. Staged in spring, the tournament takes place on clay courts, which means a slower style of play than the other three Grand Slams. This results in longer, more physically demanding matches – testing the endurance of the players, but offering great opportunities for punters looking to make tennis bets.

French Open online betting with Grosvenor Sport gives you a complete set of tennis betting options, including point betting and set betting, along with match results, handicaps, and outright markets on winners.

Just register for an account with us today and you can bet on the French Open with Grosvenor Sport.

HOW TO PLACE A BET ON FRENCH OPEN TENNIS

To bet on the French Open with Grosvenor Sport, first you’ll need to register for an account with us.

Follow these simple steps to start your membership:

Click on the Sign-Up button in the top-right corner of the page. If you’ve signed up with us before, then you can simply log in using the details you used to sign up. Otherwise, you can register as a new player. 

Once your account is set up, you can take advantage of our welcome offers when you make your first deposit.

Then it’s just a case of checking out our French Open betting markets and odds. Pick your market, check the odds, select your stake and make your bet. Then watch the action on the courts at Roland-Garros to see if your bet comes in.

FACTORS TO CONSIDER IN FRENCH OPEN TENNIS BETTING

When it comes to picking a winner in your French Open tennis betting, it’s important to study the form of the players and check the conditions. Make sure to consider:

Player performance and form: How is your chosen player performing at the moment? What is their form like heading into the tournament? Are they coming in on the back of a win or struggling with injury? It all plays a part.

Previous French Open performance: When you’re backing a player in the outrights, it pays to look at how they’ve performed previously on the clay courts of Roland-Garros. Have they triumphed or suffered here in the past? Use this information to inform your outright betting strategy.

Playing surface and its impact on betting: Certain surfaces play better for different types of players. Clay is the slowest tennis court surface – it slows down the speed of the ball and generates a higher bounce. It’s the preferred surface of baseline players and those that use a lot of spin on the ball. Players with big hits who rely on speed to beat their opponents may struggle on clay. The style of player and their favourite type of game will therefore impact your betting strategy.

Injuries and player fitness: The slower play on clay courts require superhuman levels of stamina. If a player is going into the tournament carrying an injury, it can easily be exposed on clay courts.

Head-to-head records: Even the top players in the world have their bogey players. The top seed being drawn against a lower ranked player may look like a banker, but if they’ve struggled against them in the past, it may become a more even contest.

Weather conditions: Despite being held in late May and early June, the weather conditions can vary at the French Open with it often being cold and rainy. Colder and wet conditions make the clay courts even slower with less bounce on the ball. This can help or hinder the games of certain tennis players.

POPULAR BETTING MARKETS FOR FRENCH OPEN TENNIS

Our competitive French Open odds can be found on the full range of events, including Men’s Singles, Women’s Singles, Men’s Doubles, Women’s Doubles and Mixed Doubles. Both Men’s and Women’s Singles tournaments feature 128 players, with the top 32 players in the ATP rankings (men) and WTA rankings (women) seeded for the draw.

You can choose from a selection of French Open betting markets right here at Grosvenor Sport, including:

Outright tournament winner:

At Grosvenor Sport, you’ll find outright odds on every single competitor in the tournament at the start of the competition. These are odds on their chance of winning. The top seeds will have shorter odds, whilst the lower seeds will have longer odds. As the competition gets underway, the outright odds will change in line with the form of the players left in and their draws for the next round. Once two players are left in for the final, you’ll find outright French Open odds for each.

Set betting:

With set betting, you bet on a particular player and how many sets they will win. Take the example of three set matches in the women’s competition. You can bet on four outcomes: Player A wins 2-0, Player A wins 2-1, Player B wins 2-0, Player B wins 2-1.

Total games / sets betting:

This is a simple bet on how many games or sets will be played in a certain match between two competitors.

Match winner:

A straightforward bet on which of the two competitors will win a specific match. It could be a first-round tie, the semi-final or final.

Handicap betting:

When there is a clear favourite in a French Open tennis match, Handicap betting gives the better player a disadvantage. Say Player A starts with a handicap of -5.5 games and they win by six games. If you backed them the bet would be a winner. Say you back player B with +4.5 games. The bet will win if they lose by four games or fewer.

Other French Open bets at Grosvenor Sport include whether there will be a tie-break in a match, the total number of aces, and much more. And if you like your tennis betting action in the moment, be sure to check out our range of live In-Play French Open odds.

BET ON THE FRENCH OPEN WITH GROSVENOR SPORT

Bet on tennis with Grosvenor Sport throughout the French Open, with competitive odds on all of the main events, along with a host of features to help you stay in touch with the action. You can Cash Out early on your bets and use our bet calculator to calculate your potential winnings.

All you need to do is sign up for an account with us or log in to your existing Grosvenor Sport account. If it’s your first time betting with us, we’ll also throw in a fantastic welcome bonus too. And don’t forget to check the Grosvenor Sport blog, for the latest tennis betting tips and previews leading up to the tournament.

Alongside our French Open odds, you can bet on the other Grand Slam tennis tournaments at Grosvenor Sport – Wimbledon, the Australian Open and the US Open. And don’t miss our other sports betting markets, whether you want to bet on footballcricketboxing or rugby.

 

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