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Overview

The French Open is one of the four Grand Slam tournaments in professional tennis. It is also known as the Roland-Garros.

The French Open is the second of the four Grand Slam tournaments. It begins in late May, and is another opportunity for fans to wager.

How Does the French Open Work?

The French Open is a two-week tournament in Paris, France, running from late May until early June.

The French Open, also known as Roland-Garros, involves top players competing for the championship, allowing fans the opportunity to bet on the winner.

The most common types of bets are the moneyline, spread, and over/under, and that’s the case when it comes to the French Open as well.

The moneyline involves betting on who will win a match, with the favorite represented by a negative number and the underdog represented by a positive. A spread in tennis is measured by the number of games won. To cover, the favored player must win by more than the number given.

Over/under betting is a bit different in tennis. With the French Open a best-of-five tournament, fans can bet on how many sets they believe the match will take to complete.

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Betting Strategy

When betting on the French Open, there’s a few strategies one can employ to up their chances at a payout.

If betting on the moneyline, fans should look at how each player has been performing recently, if they have any nagging injuries, and their history at the Open to decide who to bet on.

Those strategies can also come in handy when betting on the spread and over/under as well, as they can help one decide if a match will be close or not.

Prop Bets

Prop bets are another option to bet on for the French Open, and involve fans having the opportunity to bet on events that could happen during a match.

Prop bets in tennis usually involve player props and are there to help boost the entertainment value of the French Open.

Some prop bets for Roland-Garros include which player will score the first ace, how many unforced errors a player may have, and who will win the first set.

HOW TO BET ON THE FRENCH OPEN

There are multiple betting options when it comes to betting on the French Open.

However, the three most common types of bets are the moneyline, spread, and over/under, which all involve the final turnout of the match.

The moneyline is the easiest, as fans bet on who will win the match, with the favored player given positive odds and the underdog negative. For example, if Carlos Alcaraz is favored over Andy Murray, Alcaraz may have -200 odds to Murray’s +150. A person would have to bet $200 to win $100 on an Alcaraz win while a $100 bet would win $150 on a Murray win.

A spread bet includes how much a person must win by. If Alcaraz is favored by -1.5, he must win by two or more games to cover the spread.

Finally, the over/under for the French Open includes betting on how many sets bettors believe a best-of-five match will take to complete. If the over/under for the hypothetical Alcaraz/Murray match is set at 4, but the bettor thinks it will take all five sets, you would bet the over.

Prop bets are also an option for the French Open, and involve betting on certain events that will happen in the French Open, such as how a player will do in a match statistically or how a match will play out.

When betting on the French Open, fans should do some research to ensure they have the best chances at winning their bets.

Players may come into Roland-Garros on a winning streak, meaning they could be more likely to win, but if they struggle playing on the French Open’s clay court, it may be best to fade them in bets.

Knowing how players match up against each other as well as their potential injuries is also important. Some players could play better against certain players, while a nagging injury could also pop up and force a player to bow out of a match before it’s over, ruining betting odds.

Whatever bets you decide to place, it’s always best to arm yourself with some knowledge beforehand.

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FRENCH OPEN FAQs

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Choose what type of bet you’d like to place for the French Open and do some research. Once you have the knowledge you need, head to the sportsbook to place your bet.
Alcaraz is the current favorite to win the 2023 men’s French Open, while Iga Swiatek is favored to win the 2023 women’s French Open.
The French Open works the same as any other moneyline bet. The player that is favored is represented by a negative number while the underdog receives a positive number. The greater the number, the higher the favorite or underdog.
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Rolling If Bets are:
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How to Place a Rolling If Bet:
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  • In the RIF dropdown, choose a wager that you want to use for RIF
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