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Popular Player Rafael Nadal (+400) is third in 2022 French Open odds. If he wins, it will be his 14th. Iga Swiatek (-101) is favored over Ons Jabeur.

The OKBet French Open begins on May 22 and runs through June 5. Following Novak Djokovic’s incident in Australia, there will be plenty of storylines to watch. 2022 French Open odds.

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2022 Men’s French Open favorite

Novak Djokovic (+210 points)

The world’s No. 1 had to withdraw from the Australian Open because he was unvaccinated against COVID-19. Why not? He’s the favorite for the French Open is Popular Player. He’s won twice, beating Andy Murray in 2016 and Stefanos Tsitsipas in 2021 after beating Nadal in the semifinals.

Alcaraz Garfia (+225)

The 19-year-old is close to winning his maiden Grand Slam title is Popular Player. Alcaraz hasn’t won a major yet, but he made the 2021 U.S. Open quarterfinals. That was his best Grand Slam finish, and he’ll aim higher at Roland-Garros on May 22.

Rafael Nadal (+400 points)

Nadal has had more sustained French Open success than anyone in tennis history in Popular Player. Since 2005, he’s won 13 Roland-Garros. Roger Federer (2009), Stan Wawrinka (2015), and Novak Djokovic are the only other winners (2016, 2021). Nadal withdrew from 2016 due to a wrist ailment. The 35-year-old won the Australian Open in January, his first since the 2020 French Open. Nadal is a threat when healthy and playing well.

Stefanos Tsitsipas (+450)

The 23-year-old Greek is looking to improve on his performance at last year’s French Open, when he reached the finals and immediately went up two sets to none over Djokovic before losing the final three and settling for second place. The World No. 3 reached his first Grand Slam final in Popular Player, and he’s one of only four men with odds better than 18/1 right now.

Women’s singles odds to win the French Open

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Iga Swiatek is the top-ranked WTA player. At 20, she’s one of the youngest candidates and has won this tournament (2020). Although she didn’t defend her crown last year, oddsmakers aren’t worried.

Ons Jabeur (+1,200)

Ons Jabeur is ranked No. 6 in the WTA after winning the Mutua Madrid Open. Jabeur hopes to win her first Grand Slam in the French Open.

Halep (+1,300)
Halep’s high ranking is shocking given her Australian quarterfinal loss to Alize Cornet. Since late 2020, injuries have interrupted her career, forcing her to miss the French Open. She’s reached three finals and won in 2018. Healthy, she’ll go far.

Paula Badosa Gibert (+1800)
Third-ranked Badosa is fourth. Last year, she lost in the quarterfinals but hopes to advance this season.

Previous French Open singles champions

Here are the last 10 French Open champions. On the women’s side, there have been eight different winners over the last decade, including eight straight, while only Novak Djokovic and Stan Wawrinka have disrupted Nadal’s French Open dominance.

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Tennis moneyline odds are most popular. Bettors can wager on which player will win based on their moneyline pricing. You can wager on which player will win each tournament using futures odds.

These are typical tennis futures odds:

If Player A wins, a $100 bet will gain $600. If a tournament is nearing its end or one player has been dominant, their odds may have a minus sign (-).

You must bet $120 to win $100 if Player B wins the event.

Above are American French Open odds.

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