2023 French Open Quarter-Finals Taking Shape

2023 French Open Quarter-Finals Taking Shape

The second week of action at Roland Garros is underway, and, while there have been some notable early round upsets, the quarter-finals are taking shape seemingly as expected. Top seeds Novak Djokovic and Carlos Alcaraz are into the quarter-finals in the men’s draw, while Iga Swiatek, the overwhelming favorite in the women’s draw, has cruised through her first four matches.

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


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Stefanos Tsitsipas (+320) vs. Carlos Alcaraz (-526)

This is perhaps the most highly-anticipated and expected matchup of the 2023 French Open. Both Alcaraz and Tsitsipas are among the best clay court players on tour and were the top two seeds in their quarter of the bracket. 

Alcaraz is 4-0 against Tsitsipas in head-to-head matches, but both players are looking equally as dominant at Roland Garros, having each only dropped one set through four matches. Alcaraz has a slightly better win percentage on clay and the 20-year-old is looking to fill the shoes of fellow Spaniard Rafael Nadal, who was forced to withdraw from this year’s tournament.


Aryna Sabalenka (-480) vs. Elina Svitolina (+330)

This is a matchup involving one of the best players on the WTA Tour this season (Sabalenka) and a resurgent player (Svitolina) looking to reclaim some of the glory of years past. Sabalenka hasn’t dropped a set through four matches and is 29-5 this season with three titles.

Svitolina, meanwhile, was just 8-6 heading into Roland Garros. The former world No. 3 was playing as a wildcard in an ITF clay tournament as recent as March and is now playing for a spot in the semifinals of the French Open.

Svitolina and Sabalenka have split their only two meetings, with Svitolina winning on clay at Strasbourg in 2020. 


Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova (+137) vs. Karolina Muchova (-176)

The other quarter-final taking place on Tuesday in the women’s draw is Pavlyuchenkova vs. Muchova. It’s the fourth career match between the two players, with Pavlyuchenkova holding a 2-1 advantage. Muchova won their recent meeting at Wimbledon in 2021, but Pavlyuchenkova was successful on clay at the Mutua Madrid Open earlier that year. 

Although Pavlyuchenkova is the slightly better clay court player, Muchova has been on the court for two fewer hours and has a much better record this season – 23-7 compared to 12-9.


The Other Quarter-Finals

Djokovic takes on Karen Khachanov in the other quarter-final Tuesday. Casper Ruud was up two sets against Nicholas Jarry and, if successful, would play the winner of Holger Rune and Francisco Cerundolo in one of two quarterfinals on Wednesday. Tomas Etcheverry, Yoshihito Nishioka, Gregor Dmitrov, and Alexander Zverev are also still in contention.

Others still in contention in the women’s draw include Coco Gauff, Ons Jabeur, and Swiatek.

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ATP French Open Outright Odds

Carlos Alcaraz +120
Novak Djokovic +162
Holger Rune +650
Alexander Zverev +1000
Stefanos Tsitsipas +1400
Casper Ruud +1600

WTA French Open Outright Odds

Iga Swiatek -188
Aryna Sabalenka +250
Ons Jabeur +900
Coco Gauff +1800
Karolina Muchova +2000
Elina Svitolina +2200

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