Bet on Roland-Garros 2021

29.05.2021

Tennis fans are on high alert these days: with the French Open, commonly called Roland-Garros, one of the biggest tennis events of the year starts off tomorrow. We can look forward to exciting time in the French capital as the best tennis players in the world compete for sportive greatness!

Bettors, too, can revel in the options before them. Today, we’ll take a look into the tournament and see if there’s anything we can learn that can help us place the best bets. Are you ready for your own grand slam? Read up on the tournament and place your bets now!

Men’s singles (May 31 – June 13)

Tennis fans will no doubt be looking forward the most to the performance of 13-time French Open champion Rafael Nadal. His final against sportive rival Novak Djokovic last year ended in a clear 6-0/6-2/7-5 score line. Can the Spaniard add another grand slam to his list on the French clay?

Along his way, Nadal will have to get past opposition that is just waiting for a chance to break the hegemony of the Big Three. Greece’s Stefanos Tsitsipas is in the form of his life, having won the Monte Carlo tournament just a while ago. Odds for him to win @7.00 could be worth your while.

The most daring bettors, however, might already have marked German Alexander Zverev for the title this year. @16, his odds are steep, but just remember that €10 could become €160! Zverev recently won the Madrid tournament, so a stunning surprise is not off the table here either…

Professional’s prediction: Rafael Nadal will win @1.79!

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Women’s singles (May 31 – June 13)

In the women’s singles tournament, a remarkable statistic stands out: the last 7 editions have 7 different winners. In last year’s French Open, Polish star Iga Świątek won her first grand slam. Changes are that she can pull it off again and break the streak of different winners @3.50.

One year earlier, back in 2019, it was Australia’s Ashleigh Barty who won the tournament. She’s currently also the world number 1, and odds for her to win are a great trade-off between risk and reward @5.40. She’s also strong on clay, having finished second in the Madrid tournament.

Professional’s prediction: Ashleigh Barty will win @5.40!

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