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French Open Betting 2022: The Best Free Bets, Offers, and Odds

The French Open is the second grand slam event on the tour each season, and that means we often see plenty of free bets and betting offers available for tennis lovers.

The 2021 event is over, but attention is already focusing on 2022, when the action will take place from May 22 until June 5, 2022.

Roland Garros is the pinnacle of the clay court season so when looking through the French Open odds it is always important to look at results from recent tournaments, especially the huge events in Madrid and Rome.

A high level of clay court form is vital for players to have any chance of winning so it is also a vital piece of the puzzle for punters to be aware of.

French Open Betting Offers 

The best way of making the most of your French Open predictions is by combining them with our collection of tempting free bets and betting offers. We have the very best French Open betting offers for you right here.

Some of the best offers include bet365’s 50% Tennis Accumulator Bonus which can see you win bigger on your tennis multiples, Unibet’s Tennis In-Play Free Bet Club which gives you free bets on your tennis betting all year round and Paddy Power’s impressive list of tennis specials.

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When and Where is the French Open? 

The French Open begins on May 22, and the finals of the event will take place on June 4 & 5.

The action takes place at the Stade Roland Garros which is in the west of Paris.

A lot of money has been spent at the venue recently including the installation of a roof on Court Philippe-Chatrier which will help ensure the 2021 French Open is completed even if the weather is poor.

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French Open Live Streaming 

French Open live streaming gives tennis fans around the world the chance to follow along with the action in Paris. In our opinion, the best place to get your French open live streaming free of charge is at bet365.

You can watch all of their Roland Garros live streaming options simply by logging into a funded account.

UK users can also watch the French Open on their TV or online via ITV.

French Open Winners 

Men’s Singles:

2021: Novak Djokovic

2020: Rafael Nadal

2019: Rafael Nadal

2018: Rafael Nadal

2017: Rafael Nadal

2016: Novak Djokovic

2015: Stan Wawrinka

2014: Rafael Nadal

2013: Rafael Nadal

2012: Rafael Nadal

Women’s Singles:

2021: Barbora Krejcikova

2020: Iga Swiatek

2019: Ashleigh Barty

2018: Simona Halep

2017: Jelena Ostapenko

2016: Garbine Muguruza

2015: Serena Williams

2014: Maria Sharapova

2013: Serena Williams

2012: Maria Sharapova

French Open FAQs

You may think you can win big with your French Open betting but it’s nothing compared to the players. The winners of both the Men’s and Women’s Singles get an eye watering €2,300,000!
If you want to make the most of the French Open final odds make sure to back a player who can cope with the surroundings of Court Philippe Chatrier.
The French Open is the only Grand Slam that takes place on clay courts. The courts at Roland Garros play pretty slowly and the balls bounce fairly highly which takes away much of the advantage of big hitters and power servers.
Unlike Wimbledon, players at Roland Garros are allowed to wear multiple colours but the event organisers have still be known to reject outfits. They did this in 2018 when Serena Williams tried to wear a catsuit.
If you’re following the French Open tennis live scores or watching the French Open live streaming you may wonder why the commentators refer to the tournament as Roland Garros. That’s because construction of the much needed tennis stadium in the 1920s was predicated on it being named after a World War 1 hero and it was decided to name it after Garros, a pioneering aviator and fighter pilot who died after being shot down in 1918.