Odds Provided by bet365 - Subject to Change - Updated Mon., Oct. 18 - 1:00 PM ET. How to read French Open Odds. American: Rafael Nadal (Spain) +500 Fractional: Rafael Nadal (Spain) 5/1 Decimal: Rafael Nadal (Spain) 6.00 Implied Probability: 16.7%. Bettors placing a $100 wager on Rafael Nadal would win $600 ($100 * 5.0 +100), which includes your $100 stake.
How to read French Open Odds. These are written in a standard futures format (example: +1100) and show what bettors stand to win should they wager $100. These odds are offered on favorites as low as +1000 and long-shots as +200000. Let’s say that Novak Djokovic was scheduled to face Andy Murray. Djokovic is priced at -500 and Murray is priced at +700.
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201.00. Vasek Pospisil. 251.00. OddsJet has the best French Open outright winner odds for tennis fans around the World. When looking for the odds on a particular tennis player to win the Men’s French Open title on the red clay at Roland Garos, one is actually looking for the odds on that player ‘to win outright’.
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Iga Swiatek +500. Simona Halep +500. Ashleigh Barty +550. 19-year-old Iga Swiatek made her name known on the WTA Tour by winning the 2020 French Open, but since then, she’s proven herself to be a legitimate star and top contender no matter the venue.
The defending champ, Swiatek, is the +275 favorite (risk $100 to win $275) in early 2021 French Open odds per William Hill Sportsbook.