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2020 French Open Betting

After a very eventful US Open tournament that saw a brand new Grand Slam winner crowned, the ranking world #1 getting disqualified for hitting a course attendant with a ball, and another successful chapter added to the Naomi Osaka; it has to be said that the next major tennis tournament has a lot to live up to. Punters can expect plenty of interesting twists and turns as we get to the rescheduled action at Roland-Garros. 

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The 2020 French Open sees two solid tournaments setting up for the men’s and women’s competitions. There is a lot to like about these fast clay courts and they tend to play towards specialists who tend to demonstrate their best tennis over these surfaces. 

Needless to say, that’s why this tournament is typically the one where Rafael Nadal comes in as the outright betting favourite to win the Men’s division and you’ll find him priced around an even margin for the victory here. He always puts together a good performance at this tournament and this year is expected to be no different according to the bookmakers. 

You’ll find him available around an even money price tag with a couple of bookmakers even going so short as a ⅚ margin on him. Look for Nadal to make a big impression early on and ride that momentum all the way to the final. Novak Djokovic will be looking for some redemption here as he will be looking at the US Open as a major opportunity missed. 

The Serbian’s on-the-court temperament has always left something to be desired and it all boiled over in a moment of madness in Flushing Meadows, Queens. Djokovic can be backed around an 11/4 listing to lift the trophy at Roland Garros and redeem himself here. 

Dominic Thiem can be backed as the third favourite with a price sitting around a 10/3 best price with several top bookmakers. The odds then take a considerable jump to 30/1 for the likes of Daniil Medvedev to win the French Open and he might be an interesting shot on an each-way bet to make the final at ½ odds. Punters will be keeping their eyes on Alexander Zverev and he’s anywhere between a 20/1 price and a 40/1. 

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