Betting Odds French Open 2019. Bet with Swedish betting company UNIBET for the best betting odds and promotions on the 2019 French Open in tennis here. Rafael Nadal is as always the best bet but we have a couple more interesting bets for this years Roland Garros. One CRAZY bet for 801.00 on a 32-ranked up and coming player…
Betting Odds French Open 2019 – Winner
1. Rafael Nadal – 2.10
2. Novak Djokovic – 3.25
3. Dominic Thiem – 9.00
4. Alexander Zverev – 21.00
5. Roger Federer – 26.00
6. Stan Wawrinka – 34.00
7. Gael Monfils – 67.00
7. Stefanos Tsitsipas – 67.00
9. Felix Auger-Aliassime – 76.00
9. Karen Khachanov – 76.00
BEST BETS French Open 2019
1. Rafael Nadal is the 11-time Champion at French Open and of course the best bet.
2. At the moment Novak Djokovic is the second favorite but Unibet is wrong to have 5-time finalist Roger Federer as the 5th favorite at 26.00.
3. Federer is free from injuries and plays totally relaxed. He is also number one at the Race to London and the only player with 2 titles this year (Dubai and Miami).
Last year finalist Thiem can maybe get the title but Zverev is not ready yet. Felix Auger-Aliassime is also way too young to win a Slam. Stan Wawrinka is not close to the level that took him to two finals at Roland Garros.Gael Monfils will Absolutely NOT win this one.
BIG ODDS French Open 2019
Do you want to bet on some Big Odds on the French Open? We have two players with crazy odds. If Nadal gets injured, Djokovic gets trouble with his private life again and Federer dont reach the second week one of these two Could win the title…
1. Nikoloz Basilashvili – 251.00
The Georgian won 2 Masters 500 titles last year and has huge power. He is a threat to anyone and 251.00 is way to high odds. Worth a bet.
2. Laslo Djere – 801.00
This odds is Crazy. The former Orange Bowl champion got his break in February winning the Rio de Janeiro Masters 500 title and reaching the semifinals in Sao Paolo. The 23-year old is more likely to win this compared to Auger-Aliassime, Wawrinka or Monfils. Djere is 23 years old, ranked 32 in the world and has the red dirt as his favourite surface. He might be the very best bet this year. In Rio he won against Thiem in the first round 6-3, 6-3.