French Open Tennis Betting Odds - Bet on Roland Garros 2023 Men's Tennis

The French Open tennis is one of the most significant tennis events on the calendar, and Stake Sportsbook is your go-to betting platform to watch the live streams of all the French Open tennis matches and bet the Roland Garros 2023 men's tennis tournament.

Here, explain everything you need to know about Roland Garros betting and introduce you to some top tips to help you pick some winners at this year’s major sporting event.

When is the French Open 2023?

The French Open tennis tournament will take place between May 28 and Jun 11, 2023, at the iconic Roland Garros tennis club in Paris.

History of the French Open Tournament

The French Open is one of the oldest and most iconic tennis events on the calendar, having been played since 1891. Today it is a Grand Slam event and the only major tournament played on a clay surface.

France’s major tennis tournament can be categorised into three historical phases – the French Championships, the Pre-Open era, and the Open era.

The Open era refers to when the tournament was quite literally opened up to the best tennis players worldwide.

In this phase, Spaniard Rafael Nadal is the most decorated champion, with an incredible 14 titles at Roland Garros.

When Rafa won at the 2022 French Open, it was his 22nd major title, an unbelievable achievement from one of the greatest tennis players of all time.

Who is Playing in the French Open 2023?

As one of the Grand Slam events, the French Open at Roland Garros is high on the list of each player’s priorities when the tennis season gets underway.

At the 2023 event, we will see Rafa Nadal return to the clay to defend his title, and he will be joined by talented Spaniard Carlos Alcaraz, who will be keen to show everyone why he is the current world number one.

Great Britain’s Cameron Norrie hopes to showcase his talents at Roland Garros this year, while top players like Novak Djokovic, Alexander Zverev, and Andrey Rublev will all be keenly watched on the clay.

Casper Ruud performed brilliantly in the 2022 French Open and lost out in the final to Nadal, so he will be looking to go one better when the action gets underway in Paris this year.

Format & Schedule of the French Open

The French Open gets unofficially underway on May 22 as the players arrive for practice games in preparation for the start of the tournament.

The first round begins on May 28, while the business end of the tournament will start on June 6 with the quarter-finals.

The curtain will close at Roland Garros on June 11 with the men’s singles final, which is due to start anytime after 3pm local time.

You can also watch the live streams and bet on all the women's French Open tennis matches during the 2023 tournament.

How to Bet on the French Open and Betting Types

To enjoy the French Open this year and potentially make a profit from the action, you can place the following bets from your account:

  • Winner: This is a simple bet on a player to defeat another player on the court. You can also place an outright winner bet on the entire tournament if you wish.

  • Correct score: This is a wager on the exact score you think will be the final result of a match (2-0, for instance).

  • 1st set winner: A straightforward bet on the player who you think will win the first set.

  • 2nd set winner: A straightforward bet on the player who you think will win the second set.

  • Total games: A wager on the total number of games you think will be played in a match (over/under).

  • Set handicap: A bet on a player to overcome a one-set handicap to win their match.

  • Game handicap: A bet on a player to overcome a specific number of games handicap to win their match.

  • 1st set total games: A wager on the total number of games you think will be played in the first set.

  • 1st set game handicap: A bet on a player to overcome a handicap to win the first set.

  • Double result (1st set/match): A double bet on a player to win the first set and then to win the match.

Want to learn more? Read our ultimate tennis betting guide for more information before placing your French Open 2023 bets!

Live Betting Options for French Open

As well as placing a selection of pre-match bets on the French Open, there are lots of live betting options open to you. This allows you to wait until the action starts before finalising your betting slip.

Specifically, you can place live French Open bets on things like the player to win the next point and how many aces or faults you think there will be, for instance.

Find out more about the differences between live betting and pre-match betting in our helpful guide.

French Open Betting Odds & Payouts

You can decide how you would like to see French Open odds by adjusting the settings within your account. You can set them to fractional, decimal or the American format, depending on your preferences.

Should you make some winning selections on the French Open, you can benefit from instant payouts, thanks to the fact that is a crypto-only sportsbook, meaning you don’t have to wait an eternity to get your hands on your winnings.

French Open Betting Tips & Strategies

You’re now ready to place your bets on the French Open, but how do you ensure you make good selections? Here are some French Open betting tips to help you get started:

  • Consider a player’s form and injury record going into the French Open, as this will affect their performance in Paris.

  • Head-to-head stats will show you how likely a player is to beat their opponent at the French Open, so make sure you always do your research.

  • Be sure to check which players tend to play well on clay, as not every tennis player can handle this type of surface.

  • Use our sports betting guide and other sports betting articles to help you place your bets, particularly if you’re new to sports betting online.

All of the best ATP tennis stars will compete at the French Open tennis tournament, so it’s the perfect opportunity to place your bets. For more betting options, check out all upcoming events you can place wagers on at, from soccer to American football.

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