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  • See how the odds to win the men’s and women’s singles at the 2024 French Open have changed throughout the year
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The 2024 French Open is scheduled for May 28-June 9, 2024 in Paris, France.

We’ve been gathering French Open odds across a number of sportsbooks since they were first posted, and have displayed them in the graphs below so you can see the movement of all the top contenders.

2024 French Open Men’s Singles Top Contenders


2024 French Open Men’s Singles Odds

Player Odds
Carlos Alcaraz +150
Novak Djokovic +250
Jannik Sinner +350
Rafael Nadal +500
Holger Rune +1000
Stefanos Tsitsipas +1200
Casper Ruud +1400
Daniil Medvedev +1600
Alexander Zverev +1800
Andrey Rublev +5000
Lorenzo Musetti +5000
Dominic Thiem +6500

Odds as of April 15th at DraftKings Sportsbook.

Details on some of the intriguing odds movement over the year include:

  • [Jul 26] Alcaraz is the current favorite at +175 ahead of Djokovic at +250. Nadal rounds out the top three French Open favorites at +400.

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Odds for Recent Men’s Singles Winners

In 2023, Novak Djokovic defeated Casper Ruud 7-6(7-1), 6-3, 7-5 in three sets to win the French Open title.

Past French Open Men’s Singles Champions

Year Champion Country
2023 Novak Djokovic Serbia
2022 Rafael Nadal Spain
2021 Novak Djokovic Serbia
2020 Rafael Nadal Spain
2019 Rafael Nadal Spain
2018 Rafael Nadal Spain
2017 Rafael Nadal Spain
2016 Novak Djokovic Serbia
2015 Stan Wawrinka Switzerland
2014 Rafael Nadal Spain
2013 Rafael Nadal Spain
2012 Rafael Nadal Spain
2011 Rafael Nadal Spain
2010 Rafael Nadal Spain

French Open Men’s Singles Championships By Country

France has the most French Open Men’s Singles Championships with 38. But France hasn’t claimed top honors lately. The last homegrown French Open title-holder was Yannick Noah, who won it all in 1983.

2024 French Open Women’s Singles Odds

2024 French Open Women’s Singles Odds

Player Odds
Iga Swiatek +110
Aryna Sabalenka +400
Coco Gauff +900
Elena Rybakina +1400
Mirra Andreeva +1400
Karolina Muchova +1600
Barbora Krejcikova +2000
Simona Halep +2000
Naomi Osaka +2500
Jelena Ostapenko +2500
Qinwen Zheng +2500
Danielle Collins +2500

Odds as of April 15th at DraftKings Sportsbook.

Details on some of the intriguing odds movement over the year include:

  • [Jul 26] Swiatek is favored at +250 odds, followed by Sabalenka at +500 and Rybakina at +600 to round out the top free French Open women’s singles favorites.


Odds for Recent Women’s Singles Winners

For eight years running, a different winner had won the French Open. That changed in 2022 when Swiatek won her second French Open title in three years. In 2023 she added her third title, now winning in three of the past four years. She defeated Karolina Muchova 6-2, (5-7), 6-4 in three sets.

Past French Open Women’s Singles Champions

Year Champion Country
2023 Iga Swiatek Poland
2022 Iga Swiatek Poland
2021 Barbora Krejcikova Czech Republic
2020 Iga Swiatek Poland
2019 Ashleigh Barty Australia
2018 Simona Halep Romania
2017 Jelena Ostapenko Latvia
2016 Garbine Muguruza Spain
2015 Serena Williams United States
2014 Maria Sharapova Russia
2013 Serena Williams United States
2012 Maria Sharapova Russia
2011 Li Na China
2010 Francesca Schiavone Italy

French Open Women’s Singles Championships By Country

On the women’s side, it is again France where the majority of winners have come from all-time. A French winner has won 30 times, but the last French player to win was Mary Pierce in 2000. American Chris Evert has the most titles with seven from 1974-1986.

Archived French Open odds: 2023, 2022, 2021, 2020, 2019

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