We’ve seen plenty of shocks in the opening couple of rounds of the 2021 French Open.
Despite a number of big names packing their bags early, the draw in both the men’s and women’s singles has tennis fans very excited for what is to come.
The 3rd Round includes some very tasty matchups and we’ve had a look at three of them below for our latest tennis betting tips.
Sofia Kenin vs Jessica Pegula:
Sofia Kenin came into the 2021 French Open a little overlooked by the bookies.
Her form wasn’t anything to write home about but she has tremendous class and made it all the way to the final last year at Roland Garros.
Picking up a couple of good wins has seen the bookies wise up to Kenin’s chances in Paris and she may now be too short in the betting against Jessica Pegula.
There isn’t much between the two Americans and Pegula has built up a head of steam making it further than ever before at Roland Garros and can get the better of Kenin at 5/4 with Betfred.
Cori Gauff vs Jennifer Brady:
American women are having a very good time of it in Paris.
Cori Gauff and Jennifer Brady both have designs on making deep runs into the second week at Roland Garros and neither will give up their place in the French Open easily when they meet on Suzanne Lenglen.
Gauff is the odds on favourite with the bookies but it is never easy getting the job done over the battle hardened Brady so we see this going all the way with three sets well priced at 5/4 with Betfair.
Dominik Koepfer vs Roger Federer:
Roger Federer’s return to Pairs has been one of the highlights of the 2021 French Open so far and on Saturday he will entertain the fans in his first evening match at Roland Garros.
The timeless Swiss has shown a combination of the class that we all know him for but also that he retains the stomach for the fight.
Dominik Koepfer will be giving all he can to earn a storied win but Federer has been incredible for somebody who hasn’t played in a Grand Slam for 15 months and he can get this done in straight sets at 7/5 with Virgin Bet.
Please note that all odds are correct at the time of article publication.