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Roland-Garros 2024 Predictions & Betting tips

Find our free Roland Garros prediction on the final winner, as well as our expert predictions on all the matches at the 2024 French Open. Lots of information for your sports betting !

Roland Garros - Presentation and Predictions for the 2024 Tournament (Tennis)

2024 Open at Roland Garros

Get your Roland Garros predictions ready - it promises to be an exceptional fortnight! Between 26 May and 9 June 2024, the best in tennis will gather in Paris for the 123rd edition of the tournament. After Novak Djokovic's triumph last year, there are plenty of people who want to succeed the Serb as champion. But who to bet on? Which player is most likely to win the trophy in 2024? How do you predict the matches? What statistics do you need to know? The SportyTrader editorial team tells you everything on this page! Your sports bets on Roland Garros will never have been as reliable as in 2024.

Tournament details

  • Venue: Paris (France)
  • Dates: From 26 May to 9 June 2024
  • Surface: Clay (outdoor)
  • Prize Money: NC (€49.6m in 2023)
  • The last winner: Novak Djokovic (SRB)

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Roland Garros winner prediction: Who will win the tournament in 2024?

Roland Garros - Winner Prediction for the Men's Singles

It's time for another edition of Roland Garros! Novak Djokovic claimed his third Roland Garros title last year by beating Casper Ruud in 3 sets. Unfortunately for fans of Nole, the 24-time slam winner will be unable to claim his 25th after being forced to withdraw from his quarter-final rematch with Ruud with a knee injury. Also gunning for the title this time around are the stars of the younger generation, led by Carlos Alcaraz and Jannik Sinner, as well as the talented Alexander Zverev, Stefanos Tsitsipas, Alex De Minaur and the aforementioned Casper Ruud. This tournament also saw Rafael Nadal playing in what could likely be his last Roland Garros of his career, having shone so brightly on the clay of the French capital.

With just a few months to go before the Paris 2024 Olympic Games, it's not entirely easy to guess the real physical conditions and goals of each player. At the moment, however, Carlos Alcaraz has the edge. In his 4th appearance at Roland Garros, the young Spaniard could well win his first Roland Garros title, having reached the semi-finals last year and is in good form this season. Our Roland Garros ATP prediction: Alcaraz wins the tournament !

Roland Garros prediction: ATP title odds

Below are the latest odds for the winner of the 2024 French Open ahead of the semi-finals:

  • Carlos Alcaraz - 2.10
  • Jannik Sinner - 3.40
  • Alexander Zverev - 5.50
  • Casper Ruud - 6.50

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Roland Garros Women's Winner Prediction: Who will win the WTA tournament in 2024?

Prediction for the Roland Garros Women's Singles

As with the men's event, the women's draw at the French Open should be well worth a look again this year. After winning her third title in 2023, Iga Swiatek faces a major battle to retain her crown this year, having become the first player to win Roland Garros three times since Serena Williams in 2015. The world No. 1 is not taking her foot off the gas this season, and once again has a fine record, including a title at the WTA tournament in Indian Wells and back-to-back titles at Madrid and Rome. In our opinion, she is sufficiently experienced to go all the way at this 2024 edition of Roland Garros, and we therefore see Iga Swiatek winning Roland Garros 2024 in the women's event. Can Iga Swiatek become the first woman to win the WTA tournament at Roland Garros three times in a row since the Justine Henin era? That's the opinion of many experts! Our Roland Garros WTA prediction: Swiatek wins the women's tournament !

Roland Garros Women's prediction: Odds for the WTA title

Below are the latest odds for the winner of the 2024 French Open ahead of the semi-finals:

  • Iga Swiatek - 1.20
  • Coco Gauff - 9.00
  • Mirra Andreeva - 9.50
  • Jasmine Paolini - 15.00

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Our tips for predicting Roland Garros tennis matches

Roland Garros Predictions - Tennis

As well as betting on the final winners, are you interested in making your own predictions for Roland Garros? Are you planning to take advantage of this open 2024 event to try your hand at some sports betting? It promises to be another exciting fortnight so it is a great time to have a bet. To have a chance of winning reliably on your predictions, and therefore boosting your winnings, here is some advice to follow when placing your bets on the matches. Although no winnings are guaranteed when it comes to sports betting, they will undoubtedly help you to perform well on Roland Garros 2024. 

Analyse the players' current form before Roland Garros

The first piece of advice to follow for your bets on Roland Garros 2024 is obviously to analyse the current form of the two players who will be facing each other. Don't be fooled, and don't bet on a player's prestige or ATP ranking alone for all that the ranking is important. As in all sports, tennis often sees the fittest players perform best, especially on a surface like clay. So when making your predictions, ask yourself a number of questions. How have the two players fared in recent tournaments? How did their last matches go? How many sets did they concede since the start of the tournament? How much time have they spent on court, and how many hours have they rested? By finding an answer to each of these questions, you'll have a good idea of how fit the two players are and which one to choose for your tennis bet.

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Look at the history of head-to-head matches

The second piece of advice from our experts is to look at the history of recent head-to-head encounters between the two players. More than in any other sport, psychology is crucial in tennis, and a mental edge for one player or the other will often make the difference. Has the player you want to bet on lost his last 3 duels against his opponent on the day? Avoid taking the risk, especially if one of these matches was played recently, or on clay. Each recent encounter will give you an indication of the match to expect.

Take into account the Paris surface

To follow on from the previous point, don't forget to take the playing surface into account either. As a third tip, we'd like to remind you that the surface is very important in tennis, as each player has his or her own specific characteristics. For example, a player with a good serve will have an advantage on a surface like grass, while a complete player in top form will perform better on hard court. At Roland Garros, clay is used, mainly outdoors. Ideal for physically strong players with good defence, it allows a slower game where tactics become even more important. To make sure you don't make a mistake when making your sports bets, take a look at the two players' most recent results on clay. This will give you an excellent indication of the result you can expect from the match.

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Keep track of recent Roland Garros tournaments

Fourth tip: take into account recent editions of the French Open. In tennis, don't forget that some players have their favourite tournaments, where they like to shine. Past great performances, proximity to the public, favourite surface or tournament conditions... not all tennis players have the same reference points at Roland Garros, and this often affects their performance in the competition. For a more detailed analysis of each duel, we recommend that you consult the results of the last two editions. A Novak Djokovic or a Casper Ruud, for example, will always be more likely to win a match than another player who has not shone so far at Roland Garros, such as Daniil Medvedev. It's a logic that should be adopted in every match, regardless of the level of the players involved.

Check the ATP rankings

The fifth and final piece of advice is to check the ATP rankings before Roland Garros. Motivation counts for a lot in tennis, and a place to play for (or defend) can make all the difference in a match at Porte d'Auteuil. If a player has the opportunity to break into the Top 8 of the ATP rankings, for example, you can be sure that he will give everything on the court to perform well. The same goes for a player who could finish first or enter the Top 3, or another who could become his country's No. 1. This aspect is often overlooked by punters, yet it can clearly make all the difference. Before betting on a Roland Garros 2024 match, take a look at the current ATP Ranking. You can find it easily on the official ATP website.

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The statistics you need to know for your Roland Garros 2024 predictions

Roland Garros Statistics Tennis

Now that you know the prediction tips from our tennis specialists, let's talk about the interesting statistics from the Roland Garros tournament. These figures, taken from the most recent edition of the tournament, will be particularly useful if you are a fan of alternative betting. Number of points or sets in a match, tie-break or not, final score... the bookmakers offer you several possible bets. Here are the key figures to help you make the best predictions for the 2024 tournament:

  • Average number of games per match: 36.3 games
  • Three-set matches: 44% of matches
  • Four-set matches: 31% of matches
  • Five-set matches: 25% of matches
  • Matches where the winner won the 1st set: 81% of matches
  • Matches with a comeback (0-2 / 3-2): 6% of matches
  • Matches with a Golden Set (6-0): 11% of matches
  • Matches with a tie-break in the 1st set: 15% of matches
  • Matches with a tie-break in the 2nd set: 15% of matches
  • Matches with a tie-break in the 3rd set: 10% of matches
  • Matches with a tie-break in the 4th set: 10% of matches

These Roland Garros statistics show that you should favour three-set matches if you like to bet on the exact score of a match, prefer to bet on the player who won the first set if you're playing live and don't hesitate to try the big odds on the golden set (6-0), especially on duels that appear to be unbalanced. The bookmakers offer very good odds on these side bets, so it would be a real shame to miss out.

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In a nutshell: how do you make a good prediction about Roland Garros in 2024?

how to make good predictions on Roland Garros

There are a number of best practices to consider when making your Roland Garros predictions for 2024. You can, of course, follow the predictions of our tennis writers and try a few bets at the bookmakers, but also and above all take into account the advice given above.

Rely on the statistics provided on this page, and concentrate on matches where the odds are really worth playing. For more information, don't hesitate to check out our tennis prediction page, our Roland Garros odds comparator and our Live Roland Garros. The perfect tennis betting toolbox!

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Roland-Garros 2024 : Frequently Asked Questions

Since entering the Open era in 1968, there are 27 different players to have won Roland Garros. In order: Ken Rosewall, Rod Laver, Jan Kodeš, Andrés Gimeno, Ilie N?stase, Björn Borg, Adriano Panatta, Guillermo Vilas, Mats Wilander, Yannick Noah, Ivan Lendl, Michael Chang, Andrés Gómez, Jim Courier, Sergi Bruguera, Thomas Muster, Yevgeny Kafelnikov, Gustavo Kuerten, Carlos Moyà, Andre Agassi, Albert Costa, Juan Carlos Ferrero, Gastón Gaudio, Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer, Stanislas Wawrinka and Novak Djokovic.
In 2023, it was Novak Djokovic who won the Roland Garros tournament. The Serb dominated Casper Ruud in 3 sets (7-6; 6-3; 7-5).
Novak Djokovic has won three editions of Roland Garros. That was in 2023, 2021 and 2016.
Rafael Nadal has won Roland Garros 14 times. He is the record holder of titles in this tournament and never lost a final. He is the defending champion.
At Roland Garros, men's singles matches are played over the best of five sets, so three are required for victory. As usual, the women's matches are the best of three sets.
The Roland Garros tournament is played in the west part of Paris, Porte d'Auteuil. You will have to go to 3 avenue Gordon-Benett, 75016 Paris, to attend the tournament.
This year, Roland Garros will be broadcast on France Télévisions and on the Amazon website, which will also be showing the evening posters.
Prize money for the 2024 tournament is yet to be confirmed. Last year, the Roland Garros finalist won €1,150,000.
Although the prize money for 2024 is not yet known, it is expected to be similar to that of last year. In 2023, the winner of Roland Garros won €2,300,000.
Roland Garros was a French aviator, lieutenant during the First World War. His courage and determination to serve the France are at the origin of the tribute paid to him in 1928, the year in which his name is given to the tennis stadium Porte d'Auteuil. Since that day, this event has been called the Roland Garros Tournament.
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