The French Open 2021 Men's and Women's tournament are underway and we have selected the best predictions for today's matches. Find here our French Open singles and accumulator tips, best odds, free bets and exclusive bookie promotions.
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Below, you can find our betting tips on today's Men's Singles and Women's single matches grouped by recommended bets, possible surprises and accumulator tips.
TODAY'S FRENCH OPEN MEN'S TIPS
Recommended tips are selected by our tennis betting experts. They are considered the most probably outcome of a match and tipically have convenient odds. We suggest to bet on singles or combine some of them in an accumulator. You can find our French Open accumulator tips below.
Possible surprises tipically are value bets - outcomes with good chances compared to offered odds. We suggest to bet low stakes on singles.
FRENCH OPEN WOMEN'S PREDICTIONS TODAY
Recommended tips are the best 'bankers' selected by our tennis betting experts. You should bet on singles or combine some of them in an accumulator of 3-5 legs. You can find our French Open accumulator tips below..
Looking for an upset, long shots or 'dark horses? Our team has selected today's possible surprises. Bet on them on singles or avoid to put your money on the favourite.
TODAY'S FRENCH OPEN ACCUMULATOR TIPSAn accumulator (also called acca) is a bet formed by a combination of single bets. The possible income is given by multiplying all the odds with the amount staked.
Men's Accumulator Tips
Women's Accumulator Tips
Last update: 6th June 2021
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FRENCH OPEN 2021: ALL THE INFO
The French Open is the second major tournament of the year - the other three being the Australian Open, Wimbledon and the US Open. The world's best tennis players lock horns in Paris on clay.
This year's French Open, which was delayed by a week, is set to start on May 30.
Up to 1000 fans will be admitted into each of the three main Roland Garros showcourts while the smaller venues will be able to admit 35% of their capacity during the first 10 days of the tournaments due to coronavirus restrictions. The limit will be raised to 65% but capped at 5,000 for matches on 15,000-capacity Philippe Chatrier and 10,000-seater Suzanne Lenglen courtsfrom June 9 when the quarter-finals get underway. Only visitors with a 'health passport' - proof of a recent negative test, a vaccine certificate or proof of antibodies - will be allowed to enter.
However, a curfew of 9pm local time will be in place for most of the tournament. Since the 2021 French Open will feature night sessions this summer, any matches taking place from 9pm onwards will not have crowds.
2021 French Open Men's Contenders
It is the first time since the so-called ‘Big Three’ - Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic - are all on the same half of the draw at a grand slam tournament since the 2005 Australian Open. Anyway, the Swiss Maestro is an outsider this year, having played only 3 matches this year (and he lost 2 of them!).
Nicknamed "The King of Clay," Rafa Nadal beat Novak Djokovic in last year's final, which took place in the fall due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Spaniar has won 13 of the last 16 singles titles entering the 2021 French Open and is odd-on favorite to add another Roland Garros title to his palmares.
- Rafael Nadal: 5/6
- Novak Djokovic: 4/1
- Stefanos Tsitsipas: 9/2
- Dominic Thiem: 11/1
- Alexander Zverev: 12/1
2021 French Open Women's Contenders
Iga Swiatek won her first major last year in Paris and the Polish star is the bookies' favourite to retain her title, and she'll get to potentially do it against the 2019 champion, Ashleigh Barty, who did not travel to this competition in 2020. World number two Naomi Osaka will also be eyeing up the La Coupe des Mousquetaires while former champ Simona Halep will miss out.
As to the women's draw, Ashleigh Barty and Naomi Osaka are on opposite sides of the draw and therefore cannot face each other until the championship match.
- Iga Swiatek: 11/4
- Ashleigh Barty: 9/2
- Aryna Sabalenka: 7/1
- Naomi Osaka: 12/1
- Garbine Muguruza: 14/1
- 30 May – Men’s and women’s singles first round
- 31 May – Men’s and women’s singles first round
- 1 June – Men’s and women’s singles first round
- 2 June – Men’s and women’s singles second round
- 3 June – Men’s and women’s singles second round
- 4 June – Men’s and women’s singles third round
- 5 June – Men’s and women’s singles third round
- 6 June – Men’s and women’s singles fourth round
- 7 June – Men’s and women’s singles fourth round
- 8 June – Men’s and women’s singles quarter-finals
- 9 June – Men’s and women’s singles quarter-finals
- 10 June – Women’s singles semi-finals
- 11 June – Men’s singles semi-finals
- 12 June – Women’s singles final
- 13 June – Men’s singles final
How can I watch the French Open 2021 in the UK?
ITV has the rights to air the 2021 French Open in its entirety on ITV4. Provided you have a TV licence, it's completely free to watch and and can be accessed by any viewer located in the UK. The event will also be shown live on Eurosport which you can watch in both HD (channel 521 and 522) and in 4K HDR on Virgin Media (channel 205 and 999).
The tournament can also be streamed on eurosport.co.uk as well as the Eurosport app, with a monthly pass costing £6.99 and an annual pass £39.99.
Will Andy Murray play at the French Open this year?
Andy Murray opted not to compete in the French Open this year as the three-time Grand Slam champion seeks to perfect his preparations for Wimbledon. The Scot, 34, could arguably have earned a wildcard spot in Paris and hasn’t played since the Rotterdam Open back in March.
Who are the top British players at the 2021 French Open?
Dan Evans and Cameron Norrie are both hoping to impress in the men’s draw. Neither man has ever progressed past the second round in Paris. Johanna Konta reached the semi-finals here two years ago and Heather Watson is her sole compatriot in the women’s singles draw.
What is the 2021 Roland Garros Prize Money?
The 2021 French Open prize money is approximately €38 million.
What surface is the 2021 Roland Garros played on?
The 2021 French Open is being played on outdoor clay courts.