Some of the top tennis players in the world will take to court on day two of the 2021 French Open on Monday, May 31 and below is our French Open tennis accumulator for the second day’s play including Daniil Medvedev, Sebastian Korda, Jessica Pegula, Petra Martic and Bianca Andreescu.
Medvedev v Bublik: Medvedev to win
Medvedev is the world number two but if one considers his performance on clay and at French Open alone, he wouldn’t have been seeded. Which is why despite being that highly ranked he starts off at 2/5 to win this and we believe the two reasons to back him here are 1. his desperation to win a match at Roland-Garros and 2. his opponent Bublik’s poor form.
Korda v Martinez: Korda to win
In what will be a repeat of previous year’s French Open third round match Korda takes on clay court specialist Pedro Martinez. Korda wasn’t having the best of clay court seasons but a title win in Parma just before this competition should give him enough confidence to take down Martinez. And at 4/11, he is worth the bet.
Andreescu v Zidansek: Andreescu to win
While clay isn’t quite Andreescu’s favourite surface, she has looked like a player who can hold her own, especially while taking on lower-ranked opponents. Backing her to get past a challenging opponent in the form of Tamara Zidansek with odds of 1/2 doing justice to that win.
Martic v Giorgi: Martic to win
Petra Martic has shown a recent resurrection in form and against a player who has been struggling in recent times, should not have too many difficulties in coming through with bet365 offering 4/11 for her win.
Pegula v Lu: Pegula to win AND Over 16.5 games
While there is no doubting Pegula’s win here, and we believe there’s value in Lin Zhu showing some fight to carve out at least five games in the encounter.
Five-Fold Odds: 5.74/1*
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*Odds change. Correct at the time of writing.