I shared with an early betting preview of the 2019 French Open, such as picks and forecasts for both the men’s and women’s singles.
That was over two months before, so I feel it’s time to see what the latest French Open betting odds are and the way things have changed since.
The 2019 Roland Garros will begin on May 26th, so the eyes of the tennis world are already concentrated on the huge favorites.
Those favorites include a great deal of familiar faces but also some emerging celebrities which are going to be eager to leave their mark in French Open history.
Let’s not waste any more time and leap directly to my French Open 2019 predictions.Rafa Nadal is still the favorite, but the chances are now higher. He had been my top pick, but the motion in the cost for my next option, Dominic Thiem, is unreal. You could get 13.00 for him to win the French Open at 2019 in March, and that’s down to just 5.50 now!
I expect some of you followed my pick. Let us take a look at each favorite individually prior to sharing my last predictions for the current moment.
Rafael Nadal
For the first time in years, Rafael Nadal really looks vulnerable on reddish courts. The King of Clay suffered a few unexpected defeats, that’s why the cost for him to win has increased up to 2.20. It had been under 1.90 just two months ago.
When Rafa had issues with his hip, Everything began after the Mexico Open. He had been forced to retire in the championships in Miami and Indian Wells.
The Spaniard returned to play with in Monte Carlo and Barcelona, two occasions he has dominated throughout the years. The performance of nadal there was below his best, as he attained the semi-finals of the two competitions, only to lose them equally.

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