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The 2020 French Open has been rescheduled to run Sunday, September 20 – Sunday, October 4, moved from May at Roland-Garros, due to the coronavirus outbreak. 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.

2020 French Open Men’s Singles Top Contenders

  • [1/7/19] Nadal has seen some money come his way since last summer, now odds-on at -115
  • [7/18/19] 2019 champ and winner of three-straight French Opens, Rafael Nadal has opened with even-money odds to win again in 2020

2020 French Open Men’s Singles Odds

Player Odds
Rafael Nadal -110
Novak Djokovic +300
Dominic Thiem +400
Stefanos Tsitsipas +1400
Alexander Zverev +2000
Daniil Medvedev +2500
Roger Federer +2500
Andy Murray +3300
Matteo Berrettini +3300
Stan Wawrinka +3300

Odds taken Feb. 3.

Odds for ATP Top 5 Men’s Singles Players

Assuming he plays in the tournament again in 2020, the French Open is the rare opportunity to get one of the Big Three in men’s tennis (Federer) at long odds. Not known for his prowess on clay, Federer has early odds of 25-1.

Odds for Recent Men’s Singles Winners

Bet against Rafael Nadal at your own peril. The Spanish sensation has won 12 of the last 15 French Open championships. From 2010 to 2019, only twice has someone not named Nadal won the title. He’s done so now in three straight years.

Past French Open Men’s Singles Champions

Year Champion Country
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

Nadal’s next closest competitor for French Open supremacy is legendary French tennis player Max Decugis, who won eight championships from 1903 to 1914.

French Open Men’s Singles Championships By Country

The French have won 38 French Open Men’s Singles Championships, but they haven’t claimed top honors lately. The last homegrown French Open title-holder was Yannick Noah, who won it all in 1983.

2020 French Open Women’s Singles Odds

  • [1/7/19] Since last summer we’ve seen a huge adjustment in Andreescu’s odds from +2500 to +1100
  • [7/18/19] 2019 winner Ashleigh Barty is only fourth-favorite to repeat with odds of +950

2020 French Open Women’s Singles Odds

Player Odds
Simona Halep +500
Serena Williams +800
Ashleigh Barty +900
Bianca Andreescu +900
Garbine Muguruza +900
Kiki Bertens +1000
Naomi Osaka +1200
Sloane Stephens +1400
Angelique Kerber +1600
Cori Gauff +1600

Odds taken Feb. 3. 

Odds for WTA Top 5 Women’s Singles Players


Odds for Recent Women’s Singles Winners

2019 saw Ashleigh Barty break out with her first Grand Slam win in her career by winning the French Open.

Past French Open Women’s Singles Champions

Year Champion Country
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

Chris Evert is the true queen of Roland-Garros. The Florida native won seven French Open titles from 1974 to 1986.

French Open Women’s Singles Championships By Country


It should come as no surprise that French tennis players have historically dominated the French Open, accounting for 30 championships since the event’s inception. The last French player to stand tall at center court was Mary Pierce, who won top honors in 2000.


Archived French Open odds: 2019

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