The French Open 2021 Tennis Odds, Betting Preview & Free Predictions
Sunday, May 30, 2021
by LVSB Team

Nadal-Djokovic-Federer in Same Bracket Continuing Grand Slam Battle

The French Open 2021 Tennis Odds, Betting Preview & Free Predictions

For the first time in their long and illustrious careers, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer are all on the same side of the bracket in a grand slam tournament. If it all lines up, Federer would play Djokovic in the quarter finals and the winner plays Nadal in the semis.

That opens the door for someone in the next tier to make the final, pull off the mega upset and take down the three legends chasing grand slam history. The problem is, the top seeds on the other side are not coming in inspiring much confidence.

As it stands both Federer and Nadal are tied with 20 grand slams apiece and Djokovic is right behind them at 18.

Federer (+5000) has played just three matches this season after sitting out most of 2020.

Djokovic (+350) was not won a title since winning the Australian Open to start the season.

Nadal (-120) is looking to win a mind-boggling 14th French Open.

Daniel Medvedev (+5000) is the two-seed and he does not hide how much he hates playing on clay.

Dominic Thiem (+900) is the four-seed and has spent a lot of time losing in the Finals here to Nadal and Djokovic, but his confidence has fallen off a cliff this year and is just 9-6 for the whole season.

That leaves Stefanos Tsitsipas (+500) or Alexander Zverev (+1100) as the most likely upset makers. Both play well on clay and have even beaten Nadal on this surface and both are looking for their first Grand Slam win.

One other long shot to keep in mind is Matteo Berretini (+5000). Growing up in Italy, he’s comfortable on clay, he made it to the finals of the Madrid Open before losing to Zverev and at 6’5” 200lbs, he’s got a powerful frame.

On the women’s side, Ashleigh Barty (+500) won here two years ago and is looking good on clay this season as well with a 13-3 record.

Naomi Osaka (+1200) has never performed well at the French Open and is just 1-2 on clay this season.

Iga Swiatek (+250) is the favorite in spite being the eighth seed because of how dominant she played as a 19-year old on her way to winning last year’s French Open. Not only did she not drop a set, only twice did her opponent win four games in a set. This year she won the Italian Open and lost to Barty in Madrid.

Aryna Sablenka (+750) is a player that we’re just waiting to put it all together in a major. She’s never made it to the second week in the biggest events, but dominates everywhere else.

Bianca Andreescu (+2200) has had a terrible time staying healthy since winning the 2019 US Open, but all she does is win when she can stay on the court.

Serena Williams (+2200) is still looking for her 24th major to tie her for most ever on the women’s tour. One wonders if the young guns have passed her by.

Paula Badosa (+3300) is ranked just 33rd in the world, but she is 13-2 on clay this season and is a former junior girls winner here.

One long shot to consider is Kiki Bertens (+10000). She’s coming back from injury, but she’s a former semi-finalist here and a talented clay court player.

Read on to see our favorite, medium and long shot picks to win the 2021 French Open.

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Men's French Open 2021
Rafael Nadal    -120
Novak Djokovic    +350
Stefanos Tsitsipas    +500
Dominic Thiem    +900
Alexander Zverev    +1100
Andrey Rublev    +2200
Jannik Sinner    +3300
Aslan Karatsev    +4000
Casper Ruud    +4000
Daniil Medvedev    +5000
Roger Federer    +5000
Matteo Berrettini    +5000
Roberto Bautista-Agut    +12500
Pablo Carreno-Busta    +12500
Diego Schwartzman    +15000
Cristian Garin    +15000
Felix Auger-Aliassime    +15000
Kei Nishikori    +15000
Sebastian Korda    +15000

Odds source: Bovada Sportsbook

Value Prediction: (Rafael Nadal -120)
He’s the GOAT on clay and is looking as good as ever on the surface this season

Mid-range Prediction: (Alexander Zverev (+1100)
He beat Nadal this year and is a good bet to at least reach the final

Long Shot: (Roger Federer +5000)
Things would have to break perfectly for him, including a possible early loss for Djokovic. He’s had a long time to prepare for this tournament, so he should be fresh once he gets his legs under him


Women's French Open 2021
Iga Swiatek    +250
Ashleigh Barty    +500
Aryna Sabalenka    +750
Garbine Muguruza    +1000
Naomi Osaka    +1200
Petra Kvitova    +2000
Bianca Andreescu    +2200
Cori Gauff    +2200
Serena Williams    +2200
Elina Svitolina    +2800
Paula Badosa    +3300
Elise Mertens    +4000
Karolina Muchova    +4000
Veronika Kudermetova    +4000
Karolina Pliskova    +5000
Maria Sakkari    +5000
Amanda Anisimova    +6600
Jelena Ostapenko    +8000
Victoria Azarenka    +8000
Angelique Kerber    +10000
Daria Kasatkina    +10000
Elena Rybakina    +10000
Jessica Pegula    +10000
Kiki Bertens    +10000
Marketa Vondrousova    +10000
Sloane Stephens    +10000
Sofia Kenin    +10000

Odds source: Bovada Sportsbook

Value Prediction: (Ashleigh Barty +500)
Making of habit of rising to the occasion in the biggest tournaments

Mid-range Prediction: (Paula Badosa +3300)
The women’s side is famous for lesser knowns rising to the occasion at the French

The Long Shot: (Kiki Bertens +10000)
Getting great odds for a player still in her prime with a strong clay game. Similar to Federer, once she gets her feet under her, she can be a force.

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