French Open Betting

May 23, 2017

French Open bonus bet offers

The 2017 French Open concluded on Sunday 11th June at the Roland Garros. The Men's event was taken out by Spaniard Rafael Nadal, who claimed his 10 French Open title. The Women's event was won by Latvian sensation Jelena Ostapenko, who started that event as a 100-1 outsider. We look forward to the 2018 French Open when we are able to bring you live betting offers on all of the action from Roland Garros.

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Free live tennis

$0*

  • Free live streaming
  • All matches
  • Bet365 account holders
Bet365 has perhaps the best deal of all for the 2017 French Open. New and existing members can enjoy free live streaming on every French Open match. All you need is a Bet365 account.

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French odds boost

$50

  • Tennis odds boost
  • Women's outright winner
  • 25% better odds
Place a bet on the Women's tournament winners market with Ladbrokes and boost your odds by around 25%. Simply hit the 'Odds Boost' button when placing your bet.

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Daily mega multis

$50

  • 3 Leg multi bets
  • Various H2H matches
  • Boosted odds
Ladbrokes is throwing up mega multi promotions on each day of the 2017 French Open. The offers usually combine 3 matches into a multi bet at a special promotional price.

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Tennis refund

$100

  • All Men's matches
  • Win first 2 sets
  • Bonus bet refund
Palmerbet is offering its members a bonus bet refund on all Men's singles matches at the French Open. If your player wins the first 2 sets before losing, they'll refund your stake up to $100.

The 2017 French Open

Nadal returned to the Paris clay in 2017 in fine fettle. The Spanish champion didn't drop a set on his way to claiming a record 10th French Open crown. As predicted in our full preview of the 2017 French Open, Stan Wawrinka made the final but, in the end, was no match for Nadal. The Men's tournament was a significant one for young Belgian Dominic Thiem, who defeated Novak Djokovic before succumbing to Nadal in the Semi finals. Scot Andy Murray was the other semi finalist. Murray lost in 5 sets to Stan Wawrinka, but the result will hold him in good stead in preparation for the defence of his Wimbledon crown.

In the Women's draw, young Latvian Jelena Ostapenko made history by becoming the first unseeded player to win the title. She defeated pre-tournament favourite Simona Halep in the final. We look forward to 2018 when both victors stand a good chance of defending their 2017 titles.