Can Coco Gauff repeat her 2019 Linz heroics? Or is favorite Azarenka likely to take the title? We break down the best bets for this week’s Ostrava Open.
It’s 3-seed Andrey Rublev battling seventh-seeded Borna Coric in the men’s final at the St Petersburg Open in Russia. Rublev is a perfect 3-0 in their head-to-head meetings – can he continue that trend and win the title? We preview the match and offer our best betting advice.
The semifinals of the ATP St. Petersburg Open get underway Saturday at 7:00 am and 8:30 am EST. There’s no real surprise in who’s participating, as all four players’ St. Petersburg Open odds prior to the tournament were in the Top 10. Who advances to the final? Read our previews here.
With the the US and French Opens completed, the majors season is over for 2020 and we’re onto the indoor hardcourt circuit with the St. Petersburg Open. With Daniil Medvedev, Denis Shapovalov and Andrey Rublev among the favorites, find out who we like in an impressive field in Russia.
Novak Djokovic is seeking his second career French Open men’s singles title and 18th career Grand Slam title. He’ll face Rafael Nadal who is seeking his 13th trophy in Paris and his Roger Federer-tying 20th Grand Slam title overall. Who comes out on top this weekend? We preview the final here.
In a tournament that moved from May/June to September/October, with four of the top ten players choosing not to participate, unseeded Iga Swiatek found her place. The 19-year old became the lowest-ranked women’s finalist at the French Open when she won her semifinal match on Thursday. She will take on another tough opponent in 21-year old Sofia Kenin.
Novak Djokovic has won just one French Open title in his career. Can Stefanos Tsitsipas derail his dreams of a second trophy in Friday’s French Open men’s singles semifinal? Stephanie Myles breaks down the matchup and gives her best bet here.
Nadal Slight Favorite Over Djokovic to Win French Open Final Ahead of Semifinals; Schwartzman 18-1 Longshot
Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic are heavy favorites to advance to the final of the French Open but are they the best bets or is there value on one of the underdogs ahead of the semifinals.
Fourth seed, Sofia Kenin will take on seventh seed, Petra Kvitova in the semifinals of the 2020 French Open. This will be the third time the players have played each other in their careers, and Kvitova is the favorite heading into the match.
Diego Schwartzman is coming off the biggest win of his career. Now he gets to face among the greatest players in tennis history, Rafael Nadal. The winner will advance to the French Open Final. What is the best way to bet on this semifinal match?
French Open Women’s Singles Quarterfinals Odds & Previews Oct 7: Kvitova vs Siegemund & Collins vs Kenin
The last two matches of the quarterfinals will be played Wednesday for the women. The last two seeded players of the tournament will be competing in each of the matches. Read our previews of Petra Kvitova vs Laura Siegemund and Danielle Rose Collins vs Sofia Kenin here.
Nadia Podoroska’s French Open Odds Now +800 After Becoming the First Qualifier to Ever Reach Semifinals
Nadia Podoroska has seen her French Open odds shift dramatically since the start of the tournament. On September 29th, her odds were listed at +75000. And now entering the semifinals, her odds to win are +800. At this point, this is anyone’s tournament, and there is a possibility for a first-time Grand Slam winner.
French Open Men’s Singles Quarterfinals Odds & Previews Oct 7: Rublev vs Tsitsipas & Djokovic vs Carreno Busta
Novak Djokovic plays Pablo Carreno Busta and Dominic Tsitipas faces Andrey Rublev in men’s singles quarterfinal action at the French Open on October 7th. See odds and betting preview here.
French Open Men’s Singles Quarterfinals Odds & Previews Oct 6: Thiem vs Schwartzman & Nadal vs Sinner
Is there even a chance 12-time champion Rafael Nadal and two-time finalist Dominic Thiem could be upset in the French Open quarterfinals? We break down the matches here.
French Open Women’s Singles Quarterfinals Odds & Previews Oct 6: Swiatek vs Trevisan & Svitolina vs Podoroska
The French Open quarterfinals will begin on Tuesday with two matches being played for the women’s singles. Going into the final eight, many players that were expected to be playing are not, due to some incredible upsets that have come in the earlier rounds. The two matches being played tomorrow feature two qualifiers, and only one seeded player participating.
Iga Swiatek Now Favored to Win French Open Women’s Singles After Defeating Simona Halep In Round of 16
Upsets have reshaped the French Open women’s draw, with top-seeded Simona Halep and fifth-seeded Kiki Bertens getting bounced. It’s put relative unknown Iga Swiatek as the betting favorite. We look at the odds of the remaining contenders and offer our best prediction.
Off the court the Fall edition of the French Open has continued without a hitch, but on the court has been a different story. Novak Djokovic continues to roll, but could a couple of higher seeds fall victim to upsets? Stephanie Myles previews the round of 16 and gives her best bets.
The round of 16 is set at Roland Garros, as Hayley Graham takes you through the match-ups and gives her best bets on Sunday’s fourth round action at the French Open.
The French Open has not had a ton of upsets on the men’s side thus far yet the odds have flipped fairly dramatically. Why is Novak Djokovic now a tepid favorite over Rafael Nadal? We look at the top contenders, a couple of longshots, and consider who to bet on to win the tournament.