We will soon publish all of the betting offers available for the French Open. Both new and existing customers will be able to take advantage of these enhancements, and money back specials.

 You can already check out what we shared for the previous edition !


Last years edition of Roland Garros Betting Offers

This should be Nadal’s tournament, and he will be hunting his 12th French Open win.

He is 1.90 to win this tournament, which puts him as the strong favourite but his form on the hard court has been inconsistent this season, so it is completely plausible an outsider could win.

French Open Betting Offers

There are loads of offers for the French Open.  They’re all available and updated daily on our tennis offers page. These offers are specifically for existing customers, but new customers can take advantage of them in conjunction with new customer offers.

All the new customer offers can be found on the My Betting Sites homepage.

  • Double Winnings If Your Player Loses the 1st Set but Wins the Match

Back a player to win any match at the French Open, and if they lose the first set, but go on to win the match, then Boylesports will pay double winnings.

The extra winnings will be paid as a free bet. There is a maximum stake of £20 per customer, and the maximum free bet that can be awarded is £500.

You must opt-in to receive this offer. Available for all men’s and women’s matches.


  • Bet £25 In-Play and Get a £5 Free Bet

Place 5 x £5 in-play bets in a day on the French Open, and you’ll receive a free in-play bet.

Once you’ve placed the five qualifying bets, a pop-up window will open allowing you to claim your free bet. This is one you can take advantage of multiple times during the tournament.

  • Bet £5 Five Times and Get a £5 Free Bet

The 10Bet offer is very similar to the MansionBet offer. Place 5 x £5 in-play bets on the French, and 10Bet will give you a £5 free bet.

This is one you’ll need to opt-in to receive.


  • Get Paid out Early If Your Player Goes Two Sets Up

This is an offer Paddy Power have had for most of the higher profile tennis tournaments the past couple of years, and it is available for the French Open too.

Paddy Power will pay out your bet in full if your selection is winning by two sets in the match regardless if your selection goes on to lose.

French Open Pre-Tournament Betting Odds

Here are the odds for the outright winner of the French Open. Odds are supplied by bet365, are accurate at the time of publishing and are subject to change. It’s no surprise that Nadal is the favourite, but outside of the top two or three players, the prices are very long.

PlayerOdds to win French Open ’19
Rafael Nadal1.90
Novak Djokovic3.50
Dominic Thiem7.50
Stefanos Tsitsipas19.00
Roger Federer23.00
Alexander Zverev26.00
Juan Martin Del Potro41.00
Fabio Fognini51.00
Stan Wawrinka51.00
Kei Nishikori67.00

How to Watch the French Open

The French Open is one of the few tennis tournaments that is broadcast for free on terrestrial in the UK.

The majority of matches will be on ITV4, and occasional matches on ITV1. Both the men’s and women’s finals will be on TV.

It is available to stream via the ITV Hub and many bookmakers. If you’re not a fan of the ITV coverage, then you can also catch the action on Eurosport.