French Open Tips & Predictions

2018 French Open Tips, Predictions & Odds

Who will win the 2018 edition of the French Open that will be played in May & June this year? Get our latest French Open Tips & Predictions for the 2018 season of the tournament.

The 2018 French Open will be played from 28th May. The defending champion in the men’s half is Rafael Nadal, while in the women’s half, it’s the 20-year-old Latvian Jelena Ostapenko.

Both of the players had an interesting journey in Paris in 2017. Nadal, who was on the course of resurgence, had started his year on an excellent note, albeit short of a major title. However, the King of Clay came back to Roland-Garros to reclaim a title that has always been his.

The Spaniard won the tournament five times consecutively between 2010 and 2014, before succumbing to form and injury troubles.

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But from the very start of 2017 season, he appeared to have not only regained his flair, but also, he improved dramatically. The end result saw him win the French Open in straight sets by defeating Stan Wawrinka in the final.

He still has many good years ahead of him, and it is likely that we will see him fight hard to defend his title in the 2018 French Open.

Moving on to Ostapenko, she wrote history when she became the first Latvian to win a Grand Slam tournament, and the first unseeded player to win Roland-Garros in more than 70 years. She did so by defeating the likes of Caroline Wozniacki, Timea Bacsinszky and finally, the deadly Simona Halep in the final.

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All the aforementioned players are considerably more experienced than her, and yet, she managed to achieve a remarkable feat by upsetting some of the biggest names in tennis.

The latest updates of all the French Open tips & predictions including the outright, men’s and women’s singles winners, and other in-play odds will be updated as we get closer to the start of the competition.

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