Men’s French Open Odds
The annual clay-court classic, the French Open, is set to get started next week. Here is a look at the odds to win the Men’s Singles title.
According to oddsmakers at BetDSI, Rafael Nadal is favored to win the men’s title, as he is getting odds of -125 to win. Other short odds to win are Novak Djokovic (+300), Dominic Thiem (+800) and Andy Murray (+1200). The 2017 French Open takes place May 28-June 11 from Roland Garros Stadium in Paris, France.
Nadal is a nine-time winner of this tournament, but he has failed to win in the last two years. He has struggled in that time, as his last grand slam title was the 2014 French Open. He did reach the finals of the Aussie Open this year.
Djokovic completed the career grand slam by winning this title in 2016. He has now won a total of 12 grand slam events in his career and he has reached at least the semifinals in this event the last six years.
Thiem is competing in this event for just the fourth time. He reached the semifinals last year, his best performance in 13 grand slam appearances. He only reached the fourth round of the Aussie Open earlier this year.
Murray has never won the French Open in his career, but he did reach the finals in 2016. He has a total of three grand slam titles in his career, including Wimbledon in 2016. He lost in the fourth round of the Aussie Open earlier this year.