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The red clay of Roland Garros is buzzing with anticipation! The 2024 French Open semifinals are upon us, featuring a thrilling mix of established stars and rising contenders. With the odds shifting and the stakes rising, this is the perfect time to delve into betting French Open odds and potentially score big!

Before we dissect each clash and offer our betting French Open odds picks, let’s take a quick look at the upcoming matches and try to project what the final could look like at Roland Garros.

Who will rise to the occasion and book their ticket to the finals?


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2024 French Open | 123rd edition of the Roland-Garros – Internationaux de France de tennis – 94th Grand Slam
Semifinals: Tuesday, June 6th – Wednesday, June 7th, 2024


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The 2024 French Open has been an incredible tournament thus far with few upsets, leaving plenty of marquee matches in the quarter- and semi-finals.

The French Open has delivered a captivating tournament so far, with few upsets paving the way for some mouthwatering semifinal matchups.

Unfortunately, Novak Djokovic threw a major wrench into the matchup possibilities when he withdrew from the tournament late Tuesday night after suffering an injury in his come-from-behind five-set victory over Francisco Cerundolo in the Round of 16.

Thus, his quarter-final opponent, Casper Ruud, earns an automatic bye into the semi-finals, where he will face the winner of the Alexander Zverev and Alex de Minaur match.


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Alex de Minaur (+192) vs. Alexander Zverev (-255)

Alexander Zverev, winner of the 2024 Italian Open, has continued his impressive play at Roland Garros and is into the quarter-finals following a gutsy five-set win against Holger Rune, 4-6, 6-1, 5-7, 7-6 (2), 6-2.

De Minaur, meanwhile, is coming off a four-set win against Daniil Medvedev and seeking his first-ever grand slam semi-final appearance.

This is only his second grand slam quarter-final appearance, which seems surprising considering he has been ranked near or in the top-10 for the last couple of seasons.

Zverev is 7-2 in nine career matches against de Minaur, including 1-0 on clay courts.

He beat the Aussie player in straight sets at the 2022 Italian Open. Zverev is 32-9 this season, including 14-3, while de Minaur is 10-4 on clay and 29-10 overall this season.

This should be a tight match, but Zverev has been the superior clay court player historically and should prevail considering his caliber of play as of late.


Jannik Sinner (+135) vs. Carlos Alcaraz (-180)

In the first semi-final on Thursday, 2024 Australian Open winner meets two-time grand slam winner Carlos Alcaraz as both players look to win their first French Open.

Sinner is a rare betting underdog, which is somewhat surprising considering he has a 33-2 record this season, although one of those losses came against Alcaraz at Indian Wells.

He is 11-1 on clay courts this season and Alcaraz is 10-3, although the Spaniard has the better career record on the surface. 

This will be the 10th career match between the two top-ranked players and regardless of the result, Sinner will move into the world No. 1 ranking.

However, Alcaraz is the better pick here considering his recent form and history on clay courts.

He has lost only one set thus far at Roland Garros and has beaten higher quality players, including Stefanos Tsitsipas and Felix Auger-Aliassime, both of whom were playing great on clay entering the 2024 French Open.

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Assuming a Zverev-Ruud semi-final, it’s hard not to like Ruud to win that match.

He will have a three-day break between matches after not having to play Djokovic in the quarter-finals and should be well rested.

Regardless of his opponent, Ruud is a good bet to reach the final, where he will likely play Alcaraz.

That sets up an interesting match as Ruud is a two-time runner-up at Roland Garros and Alcaraz has been pegged as the successor to Rafael Nadal as a future dominant French Open champion.

It seems as though this is Alcaraz’ year.

Pick: Alcaraz def Ruud

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Carlos Alcaraz +148
Jannik Sinner +310
Novak Djokovic +560
Alexander Zverev +590
Casper Ruud +660
Stefanos Tsitsipas +1600
Alex de Minaur +3200
Grigor Dimitrov +5000

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Iga Swiatek -216
Aryna Sabalenka +310
Elena Rybakina +640
Coco Gauff +1200
Mirra Andreeva +2700
Ons Jabeur +4900
Marketa Vondrousova +4900
Jasmine Paolini +8000

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If you’re a fan of seeing the best players in the biggest moments, the 2023 French Open has delivered. While there have been a few upsets (world No. 2 Daniil Medvedev out in the first round), the top players have mostly performed as expected, leaving us with some incredible semifinal matches.

In the men’s draw, world No. 1 Carlos Alcaraz takes on Novak Djokovic in the semifinals on Friday in what could easily be the match of the tournament. The other semifinal will feature the winners of Alexander Zverev/Tomas Etcheverry and Casper Ruud/Holger Rune. Karolina Muchova and Aryna Sabalenka meet in the first women’s semifinal on Thursday, while Beatriz Haddad Maia will face the winner of Iga Swiatek and Coco Gauff in the other.

Let’s take a quick look at the remaining French Open outright lines as of Thursday and preview some of the must-bet semifinal matches.

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Roland Garros Semi finals: Thursday 8 June, Friday 9 June, 2023

Carlos Alcaraz (-200) vs. Novak Djokovic (+162)

It’s strange to see Djokovic as an underdog in any match, let alone the semifinals at Roland Garros where, if it weren’t for Rafael Nadal, he could have won many more Grand Slams. Yet, Djokovic as a +162 underdog is completely warranted given how well Alcaraz has played not only in this tournament but on clay this season.

The 20-year-old Spaniard has dropped only one set through five matches and dominated world No. 5 Stefanos Tstisipas 6-2, 6-1, 7-6 (7-5) in Tuesday’s quarter-final. Djokovic has also dropped only one set, but he’s faced a little more resistance as he is 5-0 in tiebreakers at Roland Garros.

This is perhaps one of the most highly anticipated matches in recent memory as it could be a passing-of-the-torch moment for Alcaraz, who already has one Grand Slam title to his name and is looking to claim the "King of Clay" moniker from Nadal. He beat Djokovic in their only career meeting at the ATP Masters 1000 Madrid event in 2022. 

The smart bet here is on Alcaraz to prevail, but don’t expect Djokovic to go down without a fight. He excels with his back against the wall, as evidenced by his comeback after dropping the first set against Karen Khachanov in the quarters on Tuesday. The over (-120) on 38.5 games could also be a good value bet.

Karolina Muchova (+250) vs. Aryna Sabalenka (-334)

Muchova, an unseeded entry into the French Open, has enjoyed an impressive run, dropping only one set while taking down players like world No. 8 Maria Sakkari and 2021 French Open finalist Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova. However, she’ll have a hard time replicating that success against Aryna Sabalenka.

Sabalenka is 1-0 in her career against Muchova and has yet to drop a set at Roland Garros. The 2023 Australian Open winner is 34-5 this season and already has three singles titles. This could be finished in two sets which, for Sabalenka, pays out -120.

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Must-Bet French Open Semifinals Odds: A Look Ahead to the Men’s Semis

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It’s been a great two weeks of tennis at Roland Garros. There have been upsets, but, for the most part, the best players have advanced, and we could have some all-time great finals matchups. The women’s final, if the semis go as expected, could be Iga Swiatek vs. Aryna Sabalenka (the top two players in the world), while Novak Djokovic and Carlos Alcaraz meet in one men’s semi and Alex Zverev, who suffered a brutal ankle injury in last year’s French Open semis, takes on Casper Ruud in the other men’s semifinal. 

As good as the finals should be, we still have to get through the semifinals. Let’s take a quick look at the remaining French Open outright lines as of Friday and preview some of the must-bet semifinal matches.

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Roland Garros Semi finals: Thursday 8 June, Friday 9 June, 2023

Novak Djokovic (+160) vs. Carlos Alcaraz (-227) | Semifinal Matches

French Open Odds: Djokovic +167 vs. Alcaraz -217
Friday, June 9 at 9:30 am ET

It’s not often Djokovic is an underdog, let alone in the semifinals of a Grand Slam, but that’s how good Carlos Alcaraz has been this year. He’s especially good on clay, with a record of 25-2 this season. The world No. 1 can cement his status as the future of the sport with a win on Friday, while Djokovic can become the all-time leader in Grand Slam victories with 23.

Surprisingly, Djokovic actually has a better career winning percentage on clay than Alcaraz, yet it’s his worst surface. It’s incredibly tempting to bet Djokovic with plus money here, but Alcaraz is 16 years younger, and Djokovic has been on the court for in excess of three hours more than the Spaniard. Alcaraz is also 1-0 in his career against Djokovic.

The smart money is on Alcaraz, but expect this to go at least four sets. The prop Alcaraz and over 38.5 games (+192) is a decent value bet. Alternatively, betting on the match to go four sets pays out +154. 

Alexander Zverev (-127) vs. Casper Ruud (-107) | Semifinal Matches

French Open Odds: Zverev -121 vs. Ruud -103
Friday, June 9 at 9:30 am ET

This is a matchup about fate. Zverev, as mentioned, suffered a terrible ankle injury in last year’s semifinal against Rafael Nadal and hasn’t really been himself since returning to play. Fortunately, the 2020 Olympic champion seems to be rounding into form at Roland Garros, having dropped only two sets through five matches.

Ruud, meanwhile, advanced to the semis by beating Holger Rune for the second consecutive year in the French Open. Ruud reached the final of the 2022 French Open and is looking to become the first back-to-back finalist not named Nadal since Dominic Thiem in 2019. 

Zverev holds a 2-1 advantage in three career matches against Ruud, but they have never played on clay before. They both have a career 68 percent success rate in matches on clay, so this should also be a long, back-and-forth match. Zverev and over 39.5 sets pays out +236. 

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French Open Odds: Djokovic vs Alcaraz, the Winner is a heavy Favorite to Win Championship

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Something has to be done about tennis draws. There’s simply no reason that clearly the top two players at the clay-court French Open, the second Grand Slam championship, should be in the same half of the draw. That comes to a head Friday in the men’s semifinals between No. 1 seed Carlos Alcaraz and No. 3 Novak Djokovic in what is the de facto final as the winner will be a heavy favorite in Sunday’s championship match from Paris. Don’t miss this interesting opportunity, see the tennis betting analysis of the Men’s Semifinals to seek advantage in Roland Garros.

French Open Tennis Men’s Semifinals: Novak Djokovic Rare Underdog vs. Carlos Alcaraz

Alcaraz is a -190 favorite on the tennis odds for Friday and Djokovic +165 and that’s very notable in itself as it’s the first time since 2007 Wimbledon that Djokovic, arguably the GOAT in men’s tennis, has been an underdog against anyone against a player at a Grand Slam event other than fellow GOATs Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer.

Should Djokovic win Friday and then Sunday, it would be Grand Slam title No. 22, breaking a tie with Nadal for the most all-time among men. Of course, Nadal, the 14-time French Open champion, couldn’t play this year due to injury. Djokovic already is the only man in history to be the reigning champion of all four majors at once across three different surfaces (2016), and the first in the Open Era to complete multiple career Grand Slams (2021).

Djokovic is a two-time French Open champion, last winning it in five sets over Stefanos Tsitsipas in 2021. Djokovic advanced to this year’s semis with a 4-6, 7-6 (7-0), 6-2, 6-4 win over No. 11 Karen Khachanov. It was the first set dropped by Djokovic in this year’s tournament but his draw hasn’t been incredibly difficult with only two opponents so far in the ATP Top 80.

Djokovic did not earn a break point in the opening two sets vs. Khachanov but raised his level spectacularly from the second-set tie-break onwards to seal a three-hour, 38-minute win. Djokovic eventually declared it was the best he had felt since his 10th Australian Open title in January.

“I think he was the better player for most of the [first] two sets,” said Djokovic. “I was struggling to find my rhythm. I made a lot of unforced errors and came into the match quite slow, quite sluggish. But I played the perfect [second-set] tie-break, really, and from that moment I played a couple of levels higher than I did at the beginning. [There was] a little bit of a scare towards the end of the fourth set, but I managed to win eight points in a row to finish it off.”

It improved Djokovic to 9-1 career against Khachanov and it was his 90th match win at Roland-Garros – more than at any other Slam: “Against players like Karen – he has a big serve, maybe doesn’t move as well – I tried to expose him, make it unpredictable for him. It worked in the end. It was a big fight – it always is with Karen.”

The Spaniard Alcaraz is the No. 1 player in the world currently – moving back there right ahead of this tournament – but would lose the top spot back to Djokovic with a loss on Friday. Alcaraz advanced with a 6-2, 6-1, 7-6(5) victory over No. 5 Tsitsipas in the quarters. Alcaraz faced break points in just one game, as Tsitsipas broke late in the final set to stay alive, and ultimately sealed the victory on his sixth match point after two hours, 12 minutes.

Alcaraz is in his first semifinal in Paris, having already become the youngest man to reach consecutive Roland Garros quarter-finals since Djokovic in 2006-07. The 20-year-old improved to 35-3 this season and 5-0 overall against Tsitsipas. The only other Slam semifinal Alcaraz had reached was the 2022 US Open.

“I believe in myself all the time. I would say that’s the most important thing — not only for me, I would say for everyone, believing in yourself,” Alcaraz said on-court when asked how he produced such a strong performance. “I always think that I’m going to play these kind of matches in this level. I would say that’s the key of everything… with a joy. That’s the key.”

It will be only the second all-time meeting between Djokovic and Alcaraz with the Alcaraz winning in three sets in 2022 on the clay courts of Spain.

“Since the draw came out, everyone was expecting that match — the semifinal against Novak. Myself, as well. I really want to play that match,” Alcaraz said. “Since last year, I really wanted to play again against Novak.”

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2022 French Open Betting Update: Trevisan and Gauff Move to Semifinals

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Today, we will take a look at what has happened on the women’s side of the competition and which two outsiders have fought their way into the semi-finals so you can continue betting against the French Open Odds.

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Trevisan stuns Fernandez

Martina Trevisan became the first semifinalist of the 2022 French Open on Tuesday after she defeated the world no.17 Leylah Fernandez 6-2, 6-7(3), 6-3. The Italian tennis star needed just two hours and 21 minutes to take down the Canadian and book her spot in the last four of a major for the first time in his career.

Even though Trevisan came out ahead, it wasn’t an easy match. The first set was all Trevisan before she faced stiff resistance from Fernandez, who took advantage of Trevisan’s failed attempt to convert a match point at 5-4 and tied the match at 1-1. However, the third set was again all Trevisan, who did not hesitate to close it out with 6-3.

The Italian reaching the QF marks the second straight year in which a WTA 250 tournament in the week leading to the grand slam has presaged a semifinalist. Last year, the same happened with Barbora Krejcikova, who backed her Strasbougfh by winning the French Open.

Moreover, Trevisan became only the third Italian woman to reach the Roland Garros semi-finals in the Open era, besides Francesca Schiavone, who won the French Open in 2010, and the 2012 finalist Sara Errani.

Martina Trevisan has now booked a semi-finals meeting with Coco Gauff, who eliminated Sloane Stephens later the same day.

Gauff Into The Semi-Finals

The days of upsets and shock results continued when Coco Gauff eliminated Sloane Stephens from the quarter-finals of the 2022 French Open, securing her first grand slam SF appearance of her career. The teenager defeated Stephens with 7-5, 6-2, and kept her streak of impressive results alive for a while longer.

Seeing Gauff succeed isn’t as shocking, albeit her main goal over the last few years was to grow at her own pace and ignore all the hype surrounding her. That wasn’t very easy for the 18-year-old, who barely graduated high school and has now moved one step closer to winning her maiden Grand Slam at just 18 years of age.

But it wasn’t like she didn’t deserve to make it thus far. On the contrary, Gauff was undeniably the better player on the day and quickly proved to be too strong for her fellow American, Stephens.

Admittedly, the first set came down to the wire, but despite a couple of close calls, Gauff proved to be too much to handle for Stephens, who couldn’t keep up with the 11-year younger tennis prodigy.

With her success on Tuesday, Gauff has now locked in a spot in the semis-which is her career-best placement at a Grand Slam. She improved her previous best, which was QF at the 2022 French Open when she lost against the eventual champion Barbora Krejčíková by 6-7, 3-6.

Coco Gauff will play her semi-final match on Thursday, June 2, when she will meet with Martina Trevisan for the first time since the second round of the 2020 French Open, which belonged to Travisan (4-6, 6-2, 7-5).

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2019 French Open Semifinals Odds & Betting Preview

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If you’re a tennis fan and betting enthusiast that was fired up about this year’s French Open, well…you’ve got more than you bargained for.

You see, with the men’s and women’s semifinals matches now all set for Saturday, June 7, you’re going to be treated to a fantastic pairing of arguably the top two men to ever play the game, along with the world’s top-ranked player squaring off against the player that many believe is the second best clay court player in the world today.

Over on the women’s side, there’s some huge news taking place as American teenager Amanda Anisimova has reached the semis after dispatching the defending champion and World No. 2 on Thursday. With all four semifinal matches set to get underway in just over 24 hours, let’s find out who’s in action and which players are offering the best betting value in their respective pairings.

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Roger Federer vs. Rafael Nadal

2019 French Open Semifinals Odds: Federer +455 / Nadal -833

World No. 2 Rafael Nadal is 25-5 on the year with one title that he claimed at Rome just prior to the French open. Nadal  advanced to a record-extending 12th semifinal at the French Open with a 6-1, 6-1, 6-3 win over Kei Nishikori on Tuesday. Rafa has only dropped one set to David Goffin along the way, so he’s clearly in good form.

“I’m very satisfied,” Nadal said during his on-court interview after the match. “It’s incredible. Lots of emotions. To be back in the semifinals is something very, very important.”

On the other side of the net, Nadal will meet World No. 3 Roger Federer who is playing at Roland Garros this year for the first time since 2015. Federer is 22-3 on the year with two titles and he also hits the semis having lost just one set to friend and countryman Stan Wawrinka.

This weekend’s showdown will be the 39th career meeting between Nadal and Federer and their sixth in Paris. While Nadal is 5-0 against Federer at Roland Garros, four of their five meetings have gone at least four sets.

Nadal leads the head-to-head matchup 23-15, but Federer has looked nothing less than phenomenal in reaching the semis in his first trip to Roland Garros. Still, Nadal leads 9-3 in majors and has a 13-2 career advantage on clay.

Federer, 37, is the oldest semifinalist at the French Open since 40-year-old Pancho Gonzalez in 1968. Friday’s meeting will be the 13th matchup in a Grand Slam event between the two superstars in the Open era.

“I really expect him to play aggressive, change rhythms, come to the net,” Nadal said of Federer. “That’s my feeling. He’s playing well and he has the tennis to make that happen.

Federer is also expecting to see his rival’s best tennis when they meet again.

“My next opponent is not too bad. He can play on clay, unfortunately,” a smiling Federer joked to the crowd at Court Suzanne Lenglen. “What a pleasure, actually. If I decided to come back to play on clay, it was maybe to play Rafa.”


As much as I’d like to see Federer get the huge upset win in this match, no matter how hard I try to envision it, I just don’t see it happening. Nadal carries the moniker ‘The King of Clay’ for a reason and it’s because he’s virtually unbeatable on the surface. Coming into this year’s event, Nadal was a mind-boggling 86-2 at Roland Garros and that tells me he’s a near, sure-fire pick to get the win, although I’m thinking this one is going five sets.

2019 French Open Pick: Nadal in 5 Sets

Novak Djokovic vs. Dominic Thiem

2019 French Open Semifinals Odds: Djokovic -212 / Thiem +156

World No.1 Novak Djokovic is looking to nab his third straight grand slam title, but he’s going to have his work cut out against World No. 4 Dominic Thiem, the man generally regarded as the second-best clay court player in the world. The 32-year-old Djokovic is 23-5 on the year with two titles, including the 2019 Australian Open.

25-year-old Dominic Thiem is 17-8 on the year with two titles. While the sweet-swinging Austrian is a clay court master, he’s also just 2-6 in eight career matches against Djokovic, although he’s won two of their last three meetings on clay. Thiem did fall to Djokovic in Madrid a few weeks back.


While Dominic Thiem is playing lights out tennis coming into the semis, I’m going with Djokovic to get the big win, simply because he knows what it takes to get where Thiem is wishing to go. Djokovic gets in done, but this one is also going five sets.

2019 French Open Pick: Novak Djokovic in 5 Sets

Ashleigh Barty vs. Amanda Anisimova

2019 French Open Semifinals Odds: Barty -188 / Anisimova +141

World No. 8 Ashleigh Barty is 24-5 on the year with one title while American teenage Amanda Anisimova is 14-9 with no titles. While these two have never met before, Barty has dropped just one set en route to the semis and dispatched American Madison keys 6-3, 7-5 in the quarterfinal round. Anisimova has yet to drop a set and dispatched World No. 2 and defending French Open champion Simona Halep 6-2, 6-4 in a dominating performance.


While Ashleigh Barty is playing the best tennis of her career and holds a big advantage in experience, I’m going to back Amanda Anisimova to get another upset win to reach the 2019 French Open Finals in a three-set thriller!

2019 French Open Pick: Amanda Anisimova in 3 Sets

Johanna Konta vs. Marketa Vondrousova

2019 French Open Semifinals Odds: Konta -144 / Vondrousova +141

28-year-old World No. 6 Johanna Konta is 21-9 on the year with no titles, but she’s only dropped one set en route to the semis while dispatching World No. 7 Sloane Stephens in the quarters, 6-1, 6-4. 19-year-old Marketa Vondrousova is 22-6 on the year with no titles, but she’s split two career meetings against Konta, although he slot to the hard-hitting German a few weeks back in three sets in Rome. Vondrousova beat Petra Martic in three tough sets in the quarterfinals to reach the semifinal round.


With Johanna Konta emerging victorious in Rome a few of weeks back, I’m thinking the older and more experienced veteran is going to find a way to squeak past the clearly gifted Vondrousova in another three-set thriller.

2019 French Open Pick: Johanna Konta in 3 Sets

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