French Open Women’s Betting Odds| A List Of Winning Female Tennis Players

The French Open Tennis is one of the most prominent and prestigious tennis tournaments for women. The only Grand Slam event played on clay courts, the French Open witnesses the best of players giving a tough competition to each other, to win at the Stade Roland Garros. Scheduled to take place between May 23 and June 13, the French Open 2021 will witness the coming together of top-notch players who are often touted to be successors to the likes of Chris Evert, Steffi Graf, Margaret Court, Justin Henin, and Serena Williams. The legendary American tennis star Chris Evert hasnot only managed to win the tournament several times, but also left an indelible impact with her unparalleled performance.

That being said, one player who might come close to her is the young Polish tennis prodigy, IgaSwiatek. At only 19 years old, this promising player has already won her first WTA French Open. She surely has several years ahead of her to further strengthen her position and claim more French Open trophies. She is often believed to be a fitting successor to Evert. Let’s delve deeper into what chances she stands to win the French Open Final, as well as who her main rivals might be.

Can IgaSwiatek Win The French Open Again?

In last year’s French Open, IgaSwiatek made her presence felt, and how! Take a look at the French Open scores of the WTA French Open of last year, and you’ll know what we’re talking about. Swiatek won the tournament without losing a set, and during the entire event, she was in a league of her own.

In the final match against Sofia Kenin, she not only emerged victoriously but also turned out to be quite impressive! The way she gained an edge over the likes of Nadia Podoroska, Martina Trevisan, Simona Halep, and Euginie Bouchard catapulted her to immense popularity.

She withdrew in the fourth round at the Australian Open earlier this year, with fellow contender Simona Halep winning against her in three sets.

Can Petra Kvitova Win Her First French Open?

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This excellent tennis player has delivered several impressive performances, but much to her fans’ surprise, she has neither won the French Open ever nor has she ever been in a Roland Garros final. Having been a Wimbledon winner twice, she played in the FrenchOpen Tennis semi-final last year, and could have easily played against Swiatek in the final.

We believe Petra Kvitova will have a higher degree of motivation and she will put her best foot forward to strengthen her last year’s performance. If luck favours her, we might see her playing her first Roland Garros final.

Will Ashleigh Barty Win Her Second French Open?

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Ashleigh Barty is one of the players to have a superbly impressive WTA French Open score. This diminutive player from Australia emerged as the winner of the prestigious Grand Slam event in 2019. Had she taken part in the 2020 tournament, she was quite likely to be amongst the top contenders. Unfortunately, she had to give it a miss due to coronavirus, and just like Naomi Osaka and Serena Williams, who have also pulled out of the 2020 Roland Garros.

It was quite a shame since Barty had previously treated us to some magnificent performances in the 2019 French Open event. In fact, it won’t be an overstatement to say that her 2-0 victory in the final against the Czech Vondrousova was one of the most brilliant triumphs in the recent French Open memory.

If Barty plays at the WTA French Open 2021 which is quite likely, she will undoubtedly be one of the top contenders for the trophy. So, it goes without saying, you won’t be making any mistake if you back her.

Intriguing, but does she stand a strong chance?

GarbineMuruguza has managed to play flawlessly for two weeks straight- a quality you need to have in order to excel at tennis. With a French Open title (2016) and a Wimbledon win (2017) to her credit, Muruguza is quite a veteran so to say. Being an energy player, it is expected that she will count on her experience to sail through this odd tournament taking place in Paris.

What sets Naomi Osaka Apart?

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Naomi Osaka holds a strong ground on account of her determination and incredible ability to match up to her opponent. The way she has previously handled the spotlight at Grand Slam events has impressed many, and going by the general buzz, she may add more feathers to her hat at the French Open. Some are expecting newcomers like the Belarusian ArynaSabalenka, a powerhouse player to overcome Osaka’s outside shot, but if Osaka gets a favourable draw, then bettors should beware.

The All-Time Veteran Serena Williams

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The favourite athlete of many, Serena Williams commands an iconic presence in the field of sports. Bookmakers, however, are avoiding her of late, thanks to her defeat in the second round in Italy, following a lengthy layoff. Pitted against some promising young opponents, Williams will surely need to be in her best form.

About 1,000 matches old and a three-time French Open winner, she’s the game’s biggest draw, and not for no reason. She might have to put up a strong fight, but she’s THE Serena Williams after all!

Top 2021 Predictions for Women’s French Open

Gavin Mair is the international women’s tennis expert, and shocking as it might sound, he is fading one of his favourites, the 23-year-old ArynaSabalenka until she can harness her power. This tennis player from Belarus is ranked no.1 in doubles and fourth in singles. She was a player to watch out for in the 2021 Australian Open. That marked the second time in her career when she made it to the fourth round of a grand slam tournament, and she has also gone that far in the U.S Open in 2018. According to Mair, she has continuously improved her game, and is quite a force to reckon with.

Here’s the list of female French Open winners List of the last 20 years:

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French Open Men’s Betting Odds | A List Of Winning Male Tennis Players

Given Rafael Nadal’s sheer dominance at the French Open over the years, predicting who will win at Paris may not be very difficult. But, betting on French Open is not any less exciting than betting on other grand slams.

Even if you’re sure that Rafa will win the cup, it may not be a cakewalk to guess who will meet him in the final. It could be Novak Djokovic, Dominic Thiem, Stefanos Tsitsipas, or Alexander Zverev.

Thiem, Tsitsipas, and Zverev are playing very well this year.They are playing consistently on clay courts, which makes betting on French Open an exciting proposition.

At Fun88, our experts have analyzed the tennis betting odds to tell you how the male draw will look like. Read on….

The odds are in Rafa’s favour of winning The French Open a record 14th time

Most people would be surprised if you bet against Rafael Nadal winning at the French Open 2021 tournament. And, you can’t blame them. After all, apart from Nadal, no one in male tennis history has won a grand slam 13 times. This year, too, the odds indicate that Rafa is going to emerge as the champion at Paris a record 14th time.

Let’s bring some facts to put things in perspective. Since making a debut on Roland Garros in 2005, Rafa has not won the French Open only 3 times. He has a 13/13 record in the French Open finals, which means he remains undefeated in the tournament’s final match. No player has ever pushed Rafa to a fifth set in a final match.

Rafa has won the French Open four times consecutively in 2017, 2018, 2019, and 2020. In 2016, he pulled out of the tournament due to an injury. Rafa wasn’t in his usual top form initially in this year’s clay season, but he showed his talent by beating Novak Djokovic in the Italian Open final.


Djokovic is the second favourite to lift the cup in Paris

After Nadal, all betting odds indicate that Novak Djokovic is the second favourite to win at Roland Garros in 2021. Although Novak hasn’t won the French Open as often as he has other tournaments, there’s no doubt that he’s next only to Rafa on clay.

Novak was inconsistent on clay in his initial part of the career, but he improved his game, and that yielded results. He even won the French Open in 2016. People often argue that Rafa had pulled out of the tournament in 2016 and that led to Djokovic winning it. Still, winning a grand slam is no joke. Apart from winning the French Open in 2016, he reached the finals in Paris on four occasions, which is no mean task.

We do think that Djokovic is your best bet to win the tournament after Rafa.


Dominic Thiem is a close third behind Djokovic to win the French Open 2021

At his peak, Dominic Thiem is a complete player on clay. Sometimes, he’s so good that it seems that he can even beat Rafa. If he had not lost to Nadal in two consecutive finals in 2018 and 2019, Thiem would have already won the cup in Paris. Odds indicate that Dominic Thiem is your best bet to win the French Open 2021 after Rafa and Novak. Remember that Thiem had even beaten Djokovic in a semi-final match in Paris in 2019, which shows his strength as a player.

He also won his first grand slam by winning the US Open in 2020. It appears that Thiem has broken the jinx. But, this year, he’s been a tad inconsistent. For instance, he lost in Round 16 to Cameron Norrie at the Lyon Open, which is also a clay-court tournament. There’s no doubt that Thiem is one of the best male players in the world, but he’ll really have to work on his consistency if he wants to do well at Roland Garros.


Tsitsipas and Zverev can pull off a surprise at the French Open this year 

Outside of Rafa, Novak, and Dominic, Stefanos Tsitsipas and Alexander “Sascha” Zverev are the two players who are likely to perform well this year in Paris. Greek youngster, Tsitsipas, has impressed tennis-lovers with his game in the last few years. He even reached the semi-final at Roland Garros in 2020, losing only to Djokovic in a five-setter marathon.

Among the next-gen, Stefanos is definitely a talented clay-court player. He’s also playing well in this year’s clay season, having reached the quarter-finals of all the events except the Madrid Open. Odds also hint that Sasha Zverev can pull off a surprise at Paris this year.

Zverev doesn’t have an impressive record at clay, but he has shown a lot of improvement this year. Sasha recently beat none other than Rafael Nadal in the Madrid Open semi-finals by 6-4 and 6-4. He eventually went on to win the tournament at Madrid. For years, experts are saying that Zverev is close to winning a grand slam. Maybe his ultimate moment will come in Paris this year. Let’s wait and watch.

Diego Schwartzman is likely to go deep into the tournament

The Argentine clay-court specialist, Diego Schwartzman, is expected to go deep into the French Open 2021 tennis tournament. He even reached the semi-final in Paris in 2020 and the quarter-final in 2018. On both occasions, he lost to Nadal. In March, Diego won his home tournament, the Argentina Open, so he seemed to be in good form. But, recently, he lost to Richard Gasquet in the second round of the Lyon Open, which is also played on clay courts. That said, Diego is a player to watch out for at the French Open 2021, and odds do indicate that.

Daniil Medvedev is unlikely to do well in Paris this year 

Daniil Medvedev is undoubtedly one of the most talented young-gen players. He has also reached the finals of the US Open in 2019 and the Australian Open in 2021. But, when it comes to French Open, his record is dismal. He has never gone beyond the 1st round at Paris, and betting odds indicate that Medvedev won’t go far in the tournament this year. If you really want to take a crazy chance, you may bet on Daniil because the odds are against him this year.

Here’s the list of male French Open winners of the last 20 years:
Player Years Won
Rafael Nadal (Spain) 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2017, 2018, 2019, and 2020
Novak Djokovic  (Serbia) 2016
Stan Wawrinka (Switzerland) 2015
Roger Federer (Switzerland) 2009
Gastón Gaudio (Argentina) 2004
 Juan Carlos Ferrero (Spain) 2003
 Albert Costa (Spain) 2002
 Gustavo Kuerten (Brazil) 2001


The male draw at Paris is looking really interesting. Although Rafa has an impeccable record, there are other talented players as well who provide exciting options for tennis bettors. At Fun88, we’re super excited to see how the French Open unfolds this year.

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