2019 French Open: Betting Odds, Predictions, Schedule, Former Title Winners

2019 French Open: Betting Odds, Predictions, Schedule, Former Title Winners

                  French Open 2019 Betting Odds, Predictions, Schedule, Former Title Winners: Well, all the fans of Grand Slam tennis tournament is excited for the 2019 French Open which is around the corner to hit a start. This year, the tournament is going to held at the Stade Roland Garros in Paris, France, from 26 May to 9 June. The defending champions in men’s singles this year is Rafael Nadal while on the other hand, Simona Halep is the defending champion women’s singles this year.

Well, all the fans must want to know all the information regarding this year tournament, so we have decided to give you all the details from its dates and schedule to betting odds and Predections. So let’s get started……

When does the 2019 French Open start?

The French Open 2019 is going to start on Sunday 26 May 2019 and will end on Sunday 9 June 2019 with the Men’s Final. The Grand Slam tennis tournament is going to take place at the Stade Roland Garros in Paris, France.

2019 French Open: Betting Odds, Predictions, Schedule, Former Title Winners

What is the 2019 French Open Betting Odds?

This year in French Open, Rafael Nadal leads the betting odds in the Men’s Singles competition as well as it would be a courageous tip to back contrary to the top score of an 11-time champion. On the other hand, Novak Djokovic, Dominic Thiem, and Alexander Zverev are the following best.

While talking about the betting odds of women’s tournament, Simona Halep from Romania is the favorite to get success in the year 2019 ahead of clay court expert Garbine Muguruza. On the other hand, the next best in the betting odds for the women’s tournament are Serena Williams, Sloane Stephens and Elina Svitolina.

Who are the favorites to win the 2019 French Open?

This year, in the men’s tournament of French Open, Rafael Nadal is the ultimate favorite ahead of Novak Djokovic and rising star Dominic Thiem as well as Alexander Zverev. While, on the other hand, Simona Halep is the frontrunners of the betting markets in the women’s draw in an open betting market.

Here is the Full Schedule of 2019 French Open:

First Round: May 26 to May 28th

Second Round: May 29th to May 30th

Third Round: May 31st to June 1st

Fourth Round: June 2nd to June 3rd

Quarter Finals: June 4th to June 5th

Women’s Semi-Finals: June 6th

Men’s Semi-Finals: June 7th

Women’s Finals: June 8th

Men’s Finals: June 9th

Who is the former French Open Tennis Title Winners and Runner-up?

Men’s Singles

Here are the names of former Men’s Singles French Open Tennis Title Winners and Runner-up:

2018      

Winner: Rafael Nadal, Spain

Runner-up: Dominic Thiem, Austria

2017      

Winner: Rafael Nadal, Spain

Runner-up: Stan Wawrinka, Switzerland

2016      

Winner: Novak Djokovic, Serbia

Runner-up: Andy Murray, Great Britain

2015      

Winner: Stan Wawrinka, Switzerland

Runner-up: Novak Djokovic, Serbia

2014      

Winner: Rafael Nadal, Spain

Runner-up: Novak Djokovic, Serbia

2013      

Winner: Rafael Nadal, Spain

Runner-up: David Ferrer, Spain

2012      

Winner: Rafael Nadal, Spain

Runner-up: Novak Djokovic, Serbia

2011      

Winner: Rafael Nadal, Spain

Runner-up: Roger Federer, Switzerland

2010      

Winner: Rafael Nadal, Spain

Runner-up: Robin Soderling, Sweden

2009      

Winner: Roger Federer, Switzerland

Runner-up: Robin Soderling, Sweden

2008      

Winner: Rafael Nadal, Spain

Runner-up: Roger Federer, Switzerland

2007      

Winner: Rafael Nadal, Spain

Runner-up: Roger Federer, Switzerland

Women’s Singles

Here are the names of former Women’s Singles French Open Tennis Title Winners and Runner-up:

2018      

Winner: Simona Halep, Romania

Runner-up: Sloane Stephens, United States

2017      

Winner: Jelena Ostapenko, Latvia

Runner-up: Simona Halep, Romania

2016      

Winner: Garbine Muguruza, Spain

Runner-up: Serena Williams, United States

2015      

Winner: Serena Williams, United States

Runner-up: Lucie Safarova, Czech Republic

2014      

Maria Sharapova, Russia

Runner-up: Simona Halep, Romania

2013      

Winner: Serena Williams, United States

Runner-up: Maria Sharapova, Russia

2012      

Winner: Maria Sharapova, Russia

Runner-up: Sara Errani, Italy

2011      

Winner: Li Na, China

Runner-up: Francesca Schiavone, Italy

2010      

Winner: Francesca Schiavone, Italy

Runner-up: Samantha Stosur, Australia

2009      

Winner: Svetlana Kuznetsova, Russia

Runner-up: Dinara Safina, Russia

2008      

Winner: Ana Ivanovic, Serbia

Runner-up: Dinara Safina, Russia

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