France Open Women Betting Odds Comparison

Simona Halep Favourite to Win Ladies Title

Simona Halep experienced a succession of near-misses in Grand Slam tournaments although the 2018 French Open saw the Romanian player finally break her duck as she recovered from losing the first set against Sloane Stephens to overcome the American and get her name on the trophy.

In the previous year, Halep reached the French Open final and the 2014 renewal was the first time she’d experienced being runner-up, with the 27-year-old now able to arrive at a Grand Slam event knowing that she’s no longer the bridesmaid at these sort of events.

Halep is the favourite to win the 2019 French Open although her odds of 5/1 illustrate that the tournament is wide open and there are any number of female players who can emerge from the pack to win at Roland Garros.

Sloane Stephens Looking to Go One Better

Stephens might have learnt plenty from losing to Simona Halep twelve months ago and the American appears to be shaping up well ahead of the French Open, advancing deep into the recent Madrid Open and the 26-year-old is another player who knows what’s required to win a Grand Slam.

Her 2017 US Open triumph has clearly brought added confidence to a player who might end up becoming a multiple French Open winner, with odds of 16/1 looking big about a player who went deep in this tournament last year after previously getting through the early rounds.

Wide Open Betting for Ladies Singles

Petra Kvitova is a 12/1 chance to claim victory in the French capital, with the Czech player hoping that her booming forehand can be firing when Roland Garros takes place, while Serena Williams will make an appearance and hope to act on a clay surface which hasn’t always been to her liking.

Kiki Bertens is another player that merits respect and she’s among the favourites even at odds of double figures, while Naomi Osaka is available at 10/1 and she was recently the top seed at the Madrid Open.

The French Open at Roland Garros takes place in late May and early June and gives the women tennis players the chance to shine on the unforgiving and exciting clay surface. With a different winner each year from 2007 to 2013, the women’s side of the tournament has been far more interesting and unpredictable than the Nadal-dominated men’s side. And while picking a winner is no easy task, we at least have all the latest betting odds which we compare from the best bookies in the business to ensure you always get the best prices on every French Open match.

The first women’s singles tournament at the French Open (then called the Championnat de France) was way back in 1897, though the “Open Era” only began in 1968. Since then American Chris Evert has won the tournament a record seven times between 1974 and 1986, while Steffi Graf of Germany has won it six times and Justine Henin four times.

Serena Williams won the French Open in 2013, but she has not been able to dominate at Roland Garros like she has at other events – notably Wimbledon – and that was only her second final at the event (after her victory over her sister Venus in 2002 in Paris).

With a good number of upsets occurring in the early rounds each year there are some great value bets to grab if you do your research. Always check the form of the middle-ranking players coming into the tournament and check which of the seeds haven’t performed well on clay in the past and then you could pick out some big money winners.

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