French Open Odds 2017: Full List of Contenders for Roland Garros

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Playing his best tennis in the last couple of years, a healthy Rafael Nadal is unsurprisingly the favorite heading into the 2017 French Open.

After an early-year hardcourt season saw him advance to the Australian Open and Miami Masters finals, The King of Clay has lived up to his name, capturing Masters 1000 titles in Monte Carlo and Madrid for the first time since 2010. With a rejuvenated Roger Federer opting to sit out the French Open, and World Nos. 1 and 2 Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic still without a 1000-level-or-higher title in 2017, Nadal is the clear player to beat as he heads for No. 10 at Roland Garros.

Here’s a complete look at the odds list on the men’s side, per Bovada:


2017 French Open Men’s Odds

Rafael Nadal: -135
Novak Djokovic: +450
Andy Murray: +700
Stan Wawrinka: +1000
Dominic Thiem: +1200
Kei Nishikori: +3300
Nick Kyrgios: +3300
Grigor Dimitrov: +4000
David Goffin: +5000
Milos Raonic: +5000
Juan Martin Del Potro: +5000
Alexander Zverev: +5000
Gael Monfils: +6600
Tomas Berdych: +8000
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga: +8000
Lucas Pouille: +10000
Richard Gasquet: +10000
Marin Cilic: +12500
David Ferrer: +12500
Pablo Cuevas: +15000
Fabio Fognini: +15000
Jack Sock: +15000
Pablo Carreno-Busta: +20000
John Isner: +20000
Gilles Simon: +20000
Benoit Paire: +20000
Kevin Anderson: +25000
Feliciano Lopez: +25000


Over on the women’s side, things aren’t nearly as clear-cut.

Serena Williams is out with a baby in tow. World No. 1 Angelique Kerber has never been past the quarterfinals at Roland Garros, and she hasn’t fared much better at the Madrid or Italian Opens, the other premier clay tournaments. Defending champion Garbine Muguruza hasn’t been to a premier final since last year’s triumph, and she’s 0-for-2 so far on clay this year, losing to Anett Kontaveit in Stuttgart and Timea Bacsinszky in Madrid.

That leaves Simona Halep.

The 25-year-old established herself as the favorite with a tournament win in Madrid, though she is without a Grand Slam title and has only been to a final–the 2014 French Open–once.

To give you an idea of the parity, the men have just seven players with odds that are +3300 or shorter, while the women have 16. Here’s the list, per Bovada:


2017 French Open Women’s Odds

Simona Halep: +400
Garbine Muguruza: +800
Angelique Kerber: +900
Elina Svitolina: +1400
Svetlana Kuznetsova: +1400
Karolina Pliskova: +1600
Kristina Mladenovic: +1600
Johanna Konta: +2200
Caroline Wozniacki: +2500
Laura Siegemund: +2500
Daria Kasatkina: +2800
Petra Kvitova: +3300
Madison Keys: +3300
Lucie Safarova: +3300
Agnieszka Radwanska: +3300
Eugenie Bouchard: +3300
Timea Bacsinszky: +4000
Belinda Bencic: +4000
Carla Suarez Navarro: +4000
Coco Vandeweghe: +5000
Dominika Cibulkova: +5000
Venus Williams: +6600
Ekaterina Makarova: +6600
Sam Stosur: +6600
Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova: +6600
Sloane Stephens: +8000
Caroline Garcia: +8000
Jelena Ostapenko: +8000