Updated French Open Odds to Win for the Next Grand Slam

Updated French Open Odds to Win for the Next Grand Slam

The next tennis grand slam is two months away as the best player in the world prepares for the grueling clay court tournament at Roland Garros. The French Open is the trickiest slam to predict as it produces longer rallies, slower play and takes away the serving power when compared to the other slams. 

Held May 28 to June 11 at Roland Garros in Paris, France, the French Open is the second of four Grand Slams in both the ATP and WTA tennis seasons. The odds have been updated at MyBookie for the French Open after the first two months of action following the Australian Open.

Let’s take a look at favorites for the French Open, as some of the odds have shifted over the last month.


Updated French Open Odds to Win for the Next Grand Slam

French Open Details
Start date: Sunday, May 28, 2023
End date: Sunday, Jun 11, 2023
Location: Stade Roland Garros, Paris, France


Djokovic Remains The Favorite

Novak Djokovic got off to a great start this season with multiple wins, including his 22nd Grand Slam at the Australian Open. Despite missing the two ATP Masters 1000 tournaments in the U.S. because of his vaccination status, Djokovic remains the favorite at Roland Garros. 

His odds have changed just slightly since February, down to +151 from +153 at MyBookie. Last year he lost in the quarterfinals of the French Open to Rafael Nadal and has posted an 85-16 career record in the French. Of his 22 slam titles, two have come at Roland Garros, in 2016 and 2021. 


Alcaraz Odds Get a Boost

Back from injury and racking up the titles this year, Carlos Alcaraz has boosted his odds over the last month from +174 to +162. After winning on clay in South America last month, Alcaraz cruised to the Indian Wells title on the California hard courts last week. 

His all-around game has improved, and he has put the injury behind him after missing the first major of the season. The 2022 U.S. Open champion is a real threat to win in Paris and cement his standing as the No. 1 player in the world. 


Will Nadal be Healthy? 

Rafael Nadal is the undisputed King of Clay and Ruler of Roland Garros. There’s no doubt about that, as he has claimed 14 titles at the French Open and posted a career record of 112-3. Yes, you read that right, 112-3. 

However, Nadal hasn’t played since losing in the Australian Open as injuries have forced him out of the U.S. hard court swing and the South American clay court events he has long dominated. He’s hoping to return for the clay court Masters events in Monte Carlo, Rome, and Madrid to prepare for the French Open. 

Due to his lack of play this year, Nadal’s odds have worsened at MyBookie. He was +220 at the end of January, +250 a month ago, and now sits at +258. 


Swiatek The Women’s Favorite

World No. 1 Iga Swiatek won the French Open in 2020 and 2022. She is a big favorite to add a third title this spring, going from -110 in February to -115 now. Swiatek is 44-7 in her career on clay courts, including a 21-2 record at Roland Garros. 

After falling in the fourth round of the Australian Open, Swiatek made two finals in a row, winning in Qatar and losing in Dubai. She also reached the semifinals at Indian Wells and opened the Miami Open as the top seed.


Jabeur a Contender 

After Swiatek, there is a big gap in odds at MyBookie to the rest of the field. Ons Jabeur was +200 in February, but a rough start to the 2023 season has her at +860 now.  Jabeur has a WTA 1000 clay court title from Madrid last year but has never made it past the quarters at the French Open. 

After winning at Indian Wells, Elena Rybakina jumped from +1450 to +1275. Last year’s runner up Coco Gauff, is +1225 after being +1200 in February, and Australian Open champ Aryna Sabalenka is up from +1450 to +1375. 

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