The second Grand Slam of the tennis tournament is under way in Paris this week with the first round already under the players belts. The top players are still in the tournament for the most part, with Novak Djokovic looking like a huge favorite to win his second Grand Slam of the season.
Djokovic has absolutely dominated this season on the ATP Tour with a record of 37-3, but he is coming off a lost in the finals of the Italian Masters event to Andy Murray, and he lost sets to both Nishikori and Bellucci at that event, so he will need to bring his A-game to win in Paris this week.
2016 French Open Odds
Here are the winner odds for the 2016 French Open from BetOnline a couple days into the tournament. You’ll need to visit BetOnline.ag to see the updated odds each day.
- Djokovic -140
- Murray +350
- Nadal +500
- Wawrinka +1200
- Nishikori +2000
As you can see Djokovic is a massive favorite to win the French Open this year. It’s strange to see Rafa Nadal with such long odds for a tournament he has dominated for years, but he’s just not the same Nadal from those 9 Roland Garros wins. Wawrinka won last year, but Murray is the biggest threat to Djokovic this year as the #2 seed and coming off a clay court win in the Italian Masters a week ago.
BetOnline.ag is also taking bets on every match throughout the tournament.
How To Bet On The French Open – Step By Step Guide
If you know what bets you want to place on this years French Open here’s a step by step guide to get those bets in at BetOnline.ag.
#1 Open an Account
First you’ll need to open an account. Click here to visit BetOnline.ag and fill out the ‘Open An Account’ form on the right side of the screen, then click ‘Join Now’.
BetOnline.ag accepts American residents, as well as bettors from around the world. They’re currently offering a $1000 bonus for new players. Learn more about BetOnline on our review here.
Click here to visit BetOnline.ag.
You’ll need to add funds to your account with which to place your French Open bets. BetOnline accepts Visa, MasterCard, Bitcoin, wire transfers and more. BetOnline is probably the easiest betting site when it comes to both deposit and withdrawal options.
#3 Place Your French Open Wagers
Now that you have funds online you’re ready to bet.
To find the French Open lines, click on ‘Tennis’ when on the BetOnline.ag sportsbook page. You’ll be able to select either ‘ATP’ or ‘WTA’ to place your single match bets.
If you’re interested in placing a futures wager you will need to click on the ‘Futures & Props’ drop down menu at the bottom of the sportsbook navigation menu. From there select ‘Tennis Futures’ for the most up to date French Open winner odds.
Ready to bet? Click here to visit BetOnline.ag.
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