2021 French Open Men’s Predictions, Odds & Bet Picks
Here are our 2021 French Open Men’s Predictions for the tournament at Roland Garros in Paris, France. Don’t miss all of our betting picks, including our eventual coverage of the remaining 2021 grand slam tournaments.
2021 French Open Men’s Predictions
2021 French Open Men’s Tournament Schedule
- Round 1: May 30-June 1
- Round 2: June 2 – June 3
- Round 3: June 4 – June 5
- Round 4: June 6 – June 7
- Quarterfinals: June 8 – June 9
- Semifinals: June 10 – June 11
- Finals: June 12 – June 13
2021 French Open Men’s Tournament Odds To Win
- Rafael Nadal (-120)
- Novak Djokovic (+400)
- Stefanos Tsitsipas (+450)
- Alexander Zverev (+1000)
- Dominic Thiem (+1000)
- Jannik Sinner (+4000)
- Matteo Berrettini (+5000)
- Roger Federer (+5000)
- Aslan Karatsev (+5000)
- Daniil Medvedev (+5000)
- Andrey Rublev (+5000)
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2021 French Open Men’s Predictions: Sleeper Picks
Stefanos Tsitsipas (+450)
Stefanos Tsitsipas To Win 2021 French Open Tournament
Bet $20, Payout $110
If you don’t include Nadal, Stefanos has been the best clay-court player for quite a while now. This is great value for someone sitting in a different half of the draw from Rafa. I believe if he volleys well and creates short angles with his return game, he could raise the trophy in Roland Garros.
Aslan Karatsev (+5000)
Aslan Karatsev To Win 2021 French Open Tournament
Bet $20, Payout $1020
With one of the most unique player arcs in recent memory, he’s basically beaten everyone in front of him in the last several months. Why not ride the hot hand? He’ll have a potential matchup against Rublev in the QFs, and I like my chances with Karatsev and his unbreakable confidence.
2021 French Open Men’s Tournament: Best Bet Pick To Win Event
Rafael Nadal (-115)
Rafael Nadal To Win 2021 French Open Tournament
Bet $20, Payout $37
He is the king of clay. He just won the ATP Masters 1000 event in Rome for the millionth time, and he’s looking to break the all-time record of grand slam wins. He’s currently tied with Roger Federer with 20, and two ahead of Djokovic.