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Grand Slam, French Open - Overall Winner

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ATP - French Open - WinnerBetting deadline: 04.10.21 08:00
2.50Nadal, Rafael3.25Djokovic, Novak
4.90Tsitsipas, Stefanos8.10Thiem, Dominic
14.50Zverev, Alexander22.30Alcaraz, Carlos
24.50Rublev, Andrey24.80Ruud, Casper
26.00Medvedev, Daniil31.00Sinner, Jannik
33.00Berrettini, Matteo41.00Karatsev, Aslan
44.00Musetti, Lorenzo49.00Shapovalov, Denis
67.00Schwartzman, Diego70.00Carreno Busta, Pablo
89.00Bautista-Agut, Roberto89.00Raonic, Milos
100.00Nishikori, Kei110.00Dimitrov, Grigor
110.00Garin, Cristian110.00Khachanov, Karen
115.00Monfils, Gael115.00Goffin, David
130.00Cilic, Marin
WTA - French Open - WinnerBetting deadline: 04.10.21 08:00
5.45Swiatek, Iga7.55Barty, Ashleigh
8.80Halep, Simona11.50Sabalenka, Aryna
12.00Muguruza, Garbine12.10Osaka, Naomi
12.40Krejcikova, Barbora16.10Williams, Serena
17.30Gauff, Cori18.90Andreescu, Bianca
20.90Sakkari, Maria22.00Badosa, Paula
25.30Kvitova, Petra27.10Pavlyuchenkova, Anastasia
31.00Zidansek, Tamara32.00Kenin, Sofia
33.00Pliskova, Karolina35.00Azarenka, Victoria
36.00Switolina, Elina42.00Keys, Madison
42.00Muchova, Karolina43.00Stephens, Sloane
43.00Vondrousova, Marketa43.00Kostyuk, Marta
43.00Rybakina, Elena53.00Kasatkina, Daria
60.00Ostapenko, Jelena60.00Alexandrova, Ekaterina
66.00Pegula, Jessica67.00Tauson, Clara
100.00Konta, Johanna250.00Watson, Heather

French Open

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The French Open is one of four Grand Slam tournaments, besides the Australian Open, the US Open and Wimbledon. The French Open takes place at the end of May/beginning of June in Paris and is named after French aviation pioneer Roland Garros. bet-at-home offers top odds for all matches of the French Open. Bet on the winner of the French Open 2021 now!

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French Open – Men’s Singles

The French International Championships of Tennis were held for the first time in 1891. They were only open to national players and to some selected international athletes. The venue of the French Open changed within the city until the current stadium was constructed in 1928. Since that time, the tournament is also played on clay. Since 1968, the French Open has also been open to professional players. Rafael Nadal is the men’s record winner with 13 titles (2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020). The Spaniard also holds the record for the most consecutive victories (5).

French Open – Women’s Singles

Since 1897, the tournament has been open to women. Chris Evert is the record winner at the French Open with seven triumphs (1974, 1975, 1979, 1980, 1983, 1985, 1986). Until today, Monica Seles is still the youngest winner in Paris at 16 years and 3 months (1990).

A look back at the French Open 2020

The French Open took place in Paris from 27 September to 11 October. The tournament was held late in autumn due to the corona pandemic. “King of Clay” Rafael Nadal came out on top once more in the men’s competition. Serbian world no. 1 Novak Djokovic didn’t stand a chance against the Spaniard in the final. It has already been his 13th triumph in Paris. Iga Świątek caused a sensation in the women’s competition. The unseeded Pole beat American Sofia Kenin in the final and surprisingly claimed her first Grand Slam title at the clay-court classic.

A look back at the French Open 2019

The French Open was held from 26 May to 9 June 2019 for the 118th time. The prize money at Roland Garros was increased to 42.6 million euros. Rafael Nadal again prevailed over Dominic Thiem in a rematch of the previous year’s final. The “King of Clay” celebrated his twelfth victory at the French Open 2019. Australian Ashleigh Barty surprised in the women’s competition and claimed her first Grand Slam title. She beat Czech Markéta Vondroušová in the French Open final.

A look back at the French Open 2018

In 2018, the French Open took place from 27 May to 10 June. The prize money at the 117th edition amounted to about 39.1 million euros. Rafael Nadal reached the final at the clay-court classic again to defeat Dominic Thiem there. The Spaniard celebrated his eleventh French Open victory at his favourite tournament this way. In the women’s competition, Simona Halep could celebrate the first Grand Slam title of her career after her triumph over Sloane Stephens in the final.

A look back at the French Open 2017

In 2017, the French Open took place from 28 May to 11 June. At the 116th edition of the clay-court classic, the prize money amounted to 36 million euros. After several setbacks due to injuries, Rafael Nadal made it to his first Grand Slam final since 2014. He defeated Stan Wawrinka and celebrated his tenth French Open title at his favourite tournament. Latvian Jelena Ostapenko caused a huge sensation in the women’s competition. She celebrated her first Grand Slam title as an unseeded player.

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