2022 French Open Predictions, Tips, Odds & Accumulators

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2022 French Open Predictions, Tips, Odds & Accumulators

The French Open 2022 Men's and Women's tournaments are underway and you can find here our recommended bets on every match of the second Grand Slam tournament of the year. Our Roland Garros predictions include singles and accumulator tips, best odds, free bets and exclusive bookie promotions.

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Looking for the best recommended bets on the French Open matches (Men's & Women's singles)?

Below, you can find our betting tips on the Outright Winner markets. Since the French Open is underway you will also find our recommended bets on all Men's Singles and Women's single matches of the day, grouped by recommended bets, possible surprises and accumulator 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.

Men's Tournament Recommended Bets

  • BetBullNadal R. - Zverev A. 
    Nadal to win

Women's Tournament Recommended Bets

  • parimatch free betSwiatek I. - Kasatkina D.
    Swiatek 2-0 Correct Score

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Possible surprises tipically are value bets - outcomes with good chances compared to offered odds. We suggest to bet low stakes on singles.

Possible Surprises - Men's

  • spreadexRuud C. - Cilic M. 
    Cilic to win

Possible Surprises - Women's

  • Bet365 Betting BonusTrevisan M. - Gauff C. 
    Trevisan to win

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An 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.

Today's Men's Accumulator Tips

  • Nadal R. - Zverev A. 
    Nadal to win
  • Ruud C. - Cilic M.
    Ruud to win 
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Today's Women's Accumulator Tips

  • Swiatek I. - Kasatkina D.
    Swiatek 2-0 Correct Score
  • Trevisan M. - Gauff C.
    Trevisan to win
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The reigning champion is Novak Djokovic, who’s seen as the second favorite to win this year’s event. The Serb will be allowed to defend his French Open title as the tournament prepares to stage what is expected to be the first Grand Slam without any Covid-19 related restrictions since the pandemic broke two years ago. Djokovic is fresh off an impressive win at the Internazionali BNL di Roma (ATP Masters 1000 Rome) as he defeated Stefanos Tsitsipas in the final (6-0, 7-6).

Rafa Nadal saw his 35-match winning streak at Roland Garros ending in last year's semifinal against Djokovic. The King of Clay had a fantastic start of the season winning the Australian Open, the Melbourne ATP 250 title, and the Acapulco ATP 500 titles. Anyway, he is currently struggling with a fot injury which bothered him in the last-8 round in Madrid against Alcaraz and then in his loss to Denis Shapovalov in Rome.

This year's edition promises to be a battle of the ages, with teenage sensation Carlos Alcaraz backed by many to signal a changing of the guard at Roland Garros. Theis coming off winning in Madrid a week ago where he became the first man to beat Nadal and Djokovic at the same clay court event before he routed world No. 3 Alexander Zverev in the final.

The Spanish youngster is the #3 favorite, followed by last year’s runner-up Stefanos Tsitsipas, Alexander Zverev and Casper Ruud.

Matteo Berrettini will miss this year's French Open as he is recovering from an injury.

Outright tips

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    Novak Djokovic
  • Sporting Index spread betting with no depositTo Reach The Semifinals
    Carlos Alcaraz
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    Jannik Sinner


Possible Upsets

  • parimatch free betTo Reach The Final
    Casper Ruud

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Predicting the winner of the Women's tournament is no easy task. There have been eight different winners in as many years – and some have literally come out of nowhere to totally dominate for a fortnight.

Barbora Krejcikova surprisingly won last term's Women’s Singles title by defeating Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova in the final. She became the second unseeded player in as many years to win the tournament.

This season Naomi Osaka’s health problems and Ashleigh Barty’s shocking retirement have reduced the options for sure. Hence, Iga Swiatek - who is enjoying a 28-match winning streak at time of writing - is the red hot favourite.

She is followed in the betting by Simona Halep and Ons Jabeur.

Paula Badosa has been rising up the rankings over the past few years and now looks ready for a break-out slam performance after reaching the quarter-finals at Roland Garros last year.

Outright Tips

  • Bet365 Betting BonusWinner
    Iga Swiatek
  • parimatch free betWinner
    Paula Badosa 

Possible Upsets

Looking for an upset, long shots or 'dark horses? Our team has selected this year's possible surprises. Bet on them on singles or avoid to put your money on the favourite.

  • Coral betting bonusWinner
    Bianca Andreescu
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    Jessica Pegula 
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    Garbine Muguruza
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    Elena Rybakina


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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 is set to start on May 22nd.

In 2021 up to 1000 fans will be admitted into each of the three main Roland Garros showcourts while the smaller venues were able to admit 35% of their capacity during the first 10 days of the tournaments due to coronavirus restrictions. The limit was 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 went underway. Furthermore, any matches that took place from 9pm onwards didn't have any crowd.

This year the Roland Garros should be operating at full capacity as France has lifted restrictions in almost all public spaces.

2022 French Open Men's Contenders

World number one and defending French Open champion Novak Djokovic is the bookies favourite on the men’s side having won his first title of the year at the Italian Open in Rome on May 15th, in a repeat of last year’s French Open final against Stefanos Tsitsipas.

'Nole', who missed the Australian Open in January because of his COVID-19 vaccination status,  just shades Carlos Alcaraz (9/4) and Rafael Nadal (11/4), as the 'King of Clay' bids for an incredible 14th title at Roland Garros.

  • Novak Djokovic: 9/5
  • Carlos Alcaraz: 9/4
  • Rafael Nadal: 3/1
  • Stefanos Tsitsipas: 8/1
  • Alexander Zverev: 18/1
  • Casper Ruud: 45/1

2022 French Open Women's Contenders

Iga Swiatek is the outright favourite this year after the unexpected retirement of Ashleigh Barty. The Polish sensation recently extended her unbeaten run to a staggering 28 matches, including titles in Qatar, Miami, Indian Wells, Stuttgart and Rome. She was the champion here in 2020 but was beaten in the quarter-finals by Maria Sakkari last year.

Paula Badosa - a quarter finalist in 2021- and the 2020 French Open champion Simona Halep are Iga Swiatek's closest contenders, according to the best online betting sites.

Emma Raducanu’s French Open participation is now in doubt after a back injury forced her to retire hurt in Rome.

  • Iga Swiatek: 11/4
  • Simona Halep: 10/1
  • Paula Badosa: 16/1
  • Ons Jabeur: 16/1
  • Maria Sakkari: 22/1
  • Aryna Sabalenka: 22/1

Tournament schedule

DateRoundUK time (BST)/TV channel
Sun May 22First Round10am until conclusion of play (Eurosport)
Mon May 23First Round10am until conclusion of play (Eurosport)
Tue May 24First Round10am until conclusion of play (Eurosport)
Wed May 25Second Round10am until conclusion of play (Eurosport)
Thu May 26Second Round10am until conclusion of play (Eurosport)
Fri May 27Third Round10am until conclusion of play (Eurosport)
Sat May 28Third Round10am until conclusion of play (Eurosport)
Sun May 29Fourth Round10am until conclusion of play (Eurosport)
Mon May 30Fourth Round10am until conclusion of play (Eurosport)
Tue May 31QuarterfinalsTBA (Eurosport)
Wed Jun 1QuarterfinalsTBA (Eurosport)
Thu Jun 2SemifinalsTBA (Eurosport)
Fri Jun 3SemifinalsTBA (Eurosport)
Sat Jun 4Women's finalTBA (Eurosport)
Sun Jun 5Men's finalTBA (Eurosport)

When is the French Open draw?

The official draw will take place on Friday May 22.

When is the French Open men's singles final?

The 2022 men's singles final at Roland-Garros will take place on Sunday, June 5.

When is the French Open women's singles final?

This year's French Open women's singles final will take place on Saturday, June 4.

How can I watch the French Open 2022 in the UK?

ITV Sport will no longer be showing matches from Roland-Garros on free-to-air. Eurosport has the rights to air the 2022 French Open in its entirety. Eurosport customers can live stream this via the app using their mobile, tablet or computer devices. Eurosport comprises multiple channels, all available to Sky, Virgin Media and BT customers.

The tournament can also be streamed on 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 will not play at Roland-Garros this year. The Scot, 35, Murray teased a potential return to the Paris Grand Slam by playing at the Madrid Open last week, but he will instead turn his focus towards the grass-court season where he will be bidding to make a deep run at Wimbledon.

Who are the top British players at the 2022 French Open?

Dan Evans and Cameron Norrie are both hoping to impress in the men’s draw. Norrie reached a new career high ranking of world No.10 – becoming the fourth Brit in the Open Era to break into the top 10. Evans reached the semi-finals at the ATP 250 in Sydney before making a third round appearance at the Australian Open.

As to the women's side, the he 2021 US Open champion Emma Raducanu is a major doubt after she was forced to retire from her Italian Open first-round match with Bianca Andreescu with a back injury last week. Heather Watson, Katie Swan and Yuriko Miyazaki are the other British hopes.

What is the 2022 Roland Garros Prize Money?

The 2022 French Open prize money is approximately €43,6 million, an increase of more than 6.8 percent from pre-pandemic levels (2019). The men's and women's singles champions in Paris will each receive €2.2 million.

What surface is the 2022 Roland Garros played on?

The 2022 French Open is being played on outdoor clay courts.

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