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Spain's Carlos Alcaraz reacts during the US Open tennis tournament as we look at the best French Open odds
Spain's Carlos Alcaraz reacts during his US Open tennis tournament men's singles semi-finals match against Russia's Daniil Medvedev at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in New York City, on September 8, 2023. Photo by Kena Betancur via AFP

Our best sports betting apps see Carlos Alcaraz and Iga Swiatek as the favorites to win by the 2024 French Open odds - also known as Roland Garros - following the Australian Open. 

Iga Swiatek is the favorite to repeat at the 2024 French Open on the women's side, while Carlos Alacaraz is the favorite for the men despite not reaching the finals last year as Novak Djokovic won. 

Rafael Nadal - a serial winner on the clay court surface - is expected to return to Roland Garros this season. However, he suffered an injury that forced him out of the Australian Open so his playing status needs to be monitored closely moving forward.

Here's our look at the best 2024 French Open odds (odds via our best sports betting sites).

French Open odds 2024 - Men

(Odds as of Jan. 28)

Carlos Alcaraz+150 +110 ❄️+125+140+150 
Novak Djokovic+200 +230 +200+280 🔥+225
Rafael Nadal+350 +310 ❄️+400+450 🔥+400 
Jannik Sinner+550 🔥+440 ❄️+500 +500+450
Holger Rune+900+950 +1000 🔥+900+800 ❄️
Stefanos Tsitsipas+1100 ❄️+1400 +1400+1200+1600 🔥
Daniil Medvedev+1200+1200+1200+1200 +1100 ❄️
Casper Ruud+1400+1400 +1200+1200+1200
Alexander Zverev+1600 +1300 ❄️+1400+2000+2500 🔥
Dominic Thiem+3500+3800N/A+10000 🔥+3300 ❄️

French Open odds 2024 - Women

Iga Swiatek+110+115 +125 🔥+100 ❄️+110
Aryna Sabalenka+400+440 +400+450 🔥+400
Coco Gauff+900+1000 🔥+700+700+800 
Elena Rybakina+1400 🔥+1200+900 ❄️+1000+1200
Mirra Andreeva+1400  +1600 🔥+1000 ❄️+1400 +1400
Karolina Muchova+1600 +2100 +1200 ❄️+1600+2500 🔥
Ons Jabeur+2000+2400 🔥+2000+2000+2000
Barbora Krejcikova+2000+2100+2000+1600 ❄️+2500 🔥
Qinwen Zheng+2500+2000 ❄️+2500+2500 +3300 🔥
Jessica Pegula+3500+5500 🔥+3300 ❄️+3500+5000 

French Open favorite - Men

Carlos Alcaraz (+150 via bet365)

It's difficult to consider Alcaraz in this position, as he has never won Roland Garros and has never appeared in the finals. Also, considering the return of Nadal, it's not recommended to take such short odds on him right now. 

Alcaraz didn't look overwhelming in Melbourne either, as he has been a bit sluggish since his Wimbledon win. If the odds were closer to 3/1 then maybe consider it, but the favorite odds in a crowded field aren't very enticing for Alcaraz.

French Open favorite - Women

Iga Swiatek (+125 via BetMGM)

Swiatek is the best active player in the world on a clay court surface and a serial winner at Roland Garros. It will be difficult for anyone to dethrone her there, and it's highly recommended you take a flier on her with BetMGM now. Her odds should be in minus-territory by the time the event rolls around. 

French Open contender - Men

Novak Djokovic (+280 via Caesars)

Despite losing in the semifinals in Melbourne, it's hard not to recommend a major ticket on Joker. He won here a year ago, and has won two of the last three Roland Garros events. He has won the event three times for his career, along with reaching the final another four times. 

French Open contender - Women

Aryna Sabalenka (+450 via Caesars)

Sabalenka is coming off her second straight Australian Open title, and the oddsmakers responded by moving her odds from +800 to about +400. The issue with Sabalenka at Roland Garros is the clay court surface, not allowing her to plant and follow through swings to generate that lethal power. Movement becomes an issue as well, so it might be best to pass on the shortened odds of Sabalenka at Roland Garros. 

French Open fade - Men

Daniil Medvedev (+1200 via FanDuel)

Meddy should be avoided on the clay court surface, although he did well on it a year ago. Still, for a major event the top clay court players are all better bets than Medvedev. Look at his Wimbledon odds instead, as he was one set away from winning the Australian Open and seems like a good play to win one of the remaining majors this season - it just won't be on clay. 

French Open fade - Women

Ons Jabeur (+2400 via FanDuel)

There's something going on mentally with Jabeur since losing to Marketa Vondrosouva at Wimbledon in 2023. She seemingly hasn't been herself on the court, and saw an early Australian Open bounce with an ugly scoreline. 

The confidence seems to vanish quickly in her matches, as she has also admitted that her mind has been elsewhere with so much going on in the world. It hurts to say that Jabeur should be an official fade for any tournament, not just majors, moving forward until she turns around this mental block she is facing.

French Open odds movement

Since the Australian Open results, both Sinner and Sabalenka have seen their odds to win Roland Garros shorten. Sinner moved from +1100 to +550 while Sabalenka has gone from +800 to +400. Alexander Zverev also saw his odds improve with an impressive Melbourne run and past success in Paris. He shortened from +3000 to +1600 following the Australian Open. 

Recent French Open winners

YearMenOdds (Prior to Round 1)WomenOdds (Prior to Round 1)
2023Novak Djokovic+250Iga Swiatek-105
2022Rafael Nadal+400Iga Swiatek-115
2021Novak Djokovic+400Barbora Krejcikova+12500
2020Rafael Nadal+125Iga Swiatek+5000
2019Rafael Nadal-110Ashleigh Barty+1800
2018Rafael Nadal-255Simona Halep+650
2017Rafael Nadal-107Jelena Ostapenko+8000
2016Novak Djokovic-110Garbine Muguruza+1100
2015Stan Wawrinka+2500Serena Williams+240

French Open betting analysis

The French Open futures market highlights the importance of having accounts at as many of our best sports betting apps as possible with a wide degree of variance in the odds on the top contenders. 

French Open FAQs

Who is the French Open favorite?

Carlos Alcaraz is the favorite for the men's French Open. Iga Swiatek is a consensus favorite for the women's French Open.

Who won the 2023 French Open?

Novak Djokovic won the men's French Open in 2023, beating Casper Ruud in the finals. Iga Swiatek defeated Karolina Muchova for the women's French Open title.

When will the French Open be decided?

The French Open will be held between Sunday, May 26 and Sunday, June 9, 2024. 

Where will the French Open be played?

The French Open will be played at Stade Roland Garros in Paris.

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