Roland Garros 2019
About the French Open
The origins of Roland Garros date back to 1891 when the first French tournament was played. It wasn’t until 1925 though when the event opened its doors to amateur and professional players from around the globe. Today it is one of the highlights of tennis calendar and one of the most technically difficult events for the players. The French Open is the only Grand Slam to be played on clay. The clay surface slows down the ball, which makes it difficult for bigger players to out-pace their opponents. Ball placement and strategy plays more of a role, which is why certain players have dominated the tournament.
Details for 2019
The 2019 French Open will get underway on Sunday the 26th of May and conclude on Sunday the 9th of June. The event will be held at the Stade Roland Garros in Paris, France. Last year, Rafael Nadal won the men’s singles event for a record 11th time, while the women’s singles event was won by Simona Halep who defeated the American Sloan Stephens in the final. This year, there are plenty of top competitors eager to claim the title.
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Outright and Match Bets
The great thing about the French Open is that you can bet on the event outright or on every single match. For outright bets, the most popular options include predicting the men’s singles champions, the women’s singles champion as well as the men’s doubles, women’s double’s and mixed doubles champions.
During the tournament, you can also bet on each game with a full selection of markets for beginners and experienced punters. A basic match winner bet is the easiest way to go but you can also test your skills by predicting which player will win each set, and how many sets will be played.