French Open Predictions

French Open Predictions 2019. After last weeks win in the Rome Masters 1000 it’s once again a safe bet to put your money on Rafael Nadal in French Open. The King of Clay showed he is back to his top level after a week start on the European clay court swing. Bet with Swedish betting company UNIBET on the French Open for an Amazing 500% Deposit Bonus and lots of Free Tennis Streaming. 

French Open Predictions

1. Rafael Nadal winning his 12th title
Only Nadal and Australian all-time great Margaret Court has won a Grand Slam title 11 times. With another Roland Garros victory Nadal would stand alone as the only player, male or female, in history with 12 titles in a single slam. Nadal has 3 semi finals in Monte Carlo, Barcelona and Madrid and one title in Rome heading in to the French Open. He won a bagel set in the Rome final (6-0, 4-6, 6-1) against Djokovic and that marked the first time he ever achieved that against his Serbian rival. Nadal has lost 2 matches at Roland Garros, 2009 with severe knee injuries against Robin Soderling and 2015 with a big dip in  mental strength against Djokovic. Bet on Rafa for 11/10 and earn a 500% Bonus with UNIBET.

2. Alexander Zverev not reaching second week
The young German is having a very weak season, currently ranked 17 at the Race to London, and there are no reason to believe he will turn this around at Roland Garros. Bet on Zverev bouncing out in one of the early rounds. The odds on Zverev winning the title is 33/1 with Unibet.

3. Laslo Djere moving into second week
The former Orange Bowl champion made his break on the ATP Tour this year during the south American clay court swing. He won the title in Rio after defeating Thiem 6-3, 6-3 in the first round. Djere as the Winner of French Open 2019 pays a whopping 800/1 on your money with UNIBET. Bet on Djere in the early rounds for good odds. Djere is number 16 on the Race to London.

4. Stefanos Tsitsipas reaching at least the Quarter finals
The Greek sensation is currently at number 6 at the rankings and he is looking for another move up here. He will probably pass Alexander Zverev after the French Open and reach number 5. If Tsitsipas go all the way he will be number four or three (if Federer lose in 1R). Tsitsipas is still only 20 years old but he has already won against Djokovic, Federer and Nadal.

5. Roger Federer reaching the QF for the 12th time
Last time Federer played at Roland Garros was back in 2015. The year after he was injured and 2017/2018 he didnt play a single match on the red dirt. Federer has 5 finals (1 title, 2009) plus 2 semifinals at Roland Garros. The 37-year old is looking for his 21st Grand Slam and second French Open title this year but he should be happy with another QF. Federer reached the QF in Paris the first time back in 2001 and between 2005 and 2015 he only missed reaching the quarters once. Bet on Federer with UNIBET in the early rounds.

6. Novak Djokovic reaching at least the QF for the 13th time
World number one Novak Djokovic is the second favourite with the bookies. The Serbian 15-time GS champion has a remarkable record in Paris with 12 QF since 2005. Djokovic has a 83% win/lose record at Roland Garros, 1 title, 3 runner up, 4 semi finals and 4 quarter finals. The only players with a better percentage in Paris is Rafael Nadal and Bjorn Borg. A Bet on Djokovic as the winner is a good bet for 6/1 with Unibet. If he wins he has 4 Slams in a row for the second time in his career. Neither Nadal nor Federer has ever held all 4 slams at the same time.

BETTING ODDS French Open Winner

1. RAFAEL NADAL – 11/10
2. NOVAK DJOKOVIC – 6/1
3. DOMINIC THIEM – 6/1
4. ROGER FEDERER – 20/1
4. STEFANOS TSISTIPAS – 20/1

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Mikael Olsson

Mikael is a passionate tennis-lover since Björn Borg won the epic Wimbledon final against John McEnroe 1980. Mikael has written over 4 000 articles covering the ATP World Tour and has a +80% success rate in his tennis predictions.

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