When is the French Open 2022? Dates, prize money, odds & tips for Roland Garros

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*All prices are bang up to date with our snazzy widgets, while odds in copy are accurate at time of publishing but subject to change

It’s time for the second Grand Slam of the tennis season as the world’s best players descend on Paris. Oui, that’s right, the iconic clay courts at Roland Garros are ready for the French Open 2022.

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Novak Djokovic defends his men’s singles title after missing the first Slam of the year in Australia in controversial (but also hilarious) fashion, while Barbora Krejcikova is back for more after achieving the rare feat of winning the women’s singles and doubles last year.

You’ve come to the right place to swot up on the French Open 2022 and you’ll find all the key details including Paddy Power’s odds below.

When is the French Open 2022?

The tournament gets underway on Sunday, May 22 with the first round of the men’s and women’s singles. The final of the women’s singles is scheduled for 2pm BST on Saturday, June 4 and the final of the men’s singles takes place at the same time the following day.

How much prize money is on offer at the French Open 2022?

A total prize fund worth €43.6m is up for grabs at Roland Garros, an increase of 6.8% from 2019. The money is equally distributed between the men’s and women’s tournaments.

Men’s & Women’s Singles Prize Money

Winner – €2,200,000
Finalist – €1,100,000
Semi-Finalist – €600,000
Quarter-Finalist – €380,000
Round Four – €220,000
Round Three – €125,800
Round Two – €86,000
Round One – €62,000

Men’s & Women’s Doubles Prize Money

Winner – €580,000
Finalist – €290,000
Semi-Finalist – €146,000
Quarter-Finalist – €79,500
Round Three – €42,000
Round Two – €25,000
Round One – €15,500

What are the odds for the French Open 2022?

Defending champion Novak Djokovic heads into his first Grand Slam for eight months as favourite with Paddy Power after winning the Italian Open for the sixth time in his career earlier this month.

New kid on the block Carlos Alcaraz is the talk of the town after a breakthrough year in which he’s won a string of titles including the Miami Open and Madrid Open to climb to sixth in the world rankings.

13-time French Open winner Rafael Nadal and last year’s beaten finalist Stefanos Tsitsipas are also prominent in our outright betting for the men’s singles.

Iga Swiatek, the 2020 French Open champion, is the hot favourite with Paddy Power to secure the women’s singles as she heads into the tournament on a 28-match winning streak that has seen her capture five tournaments in a row.

American rising star Amanda Anisimova and world number three Paula Badosa are also prominent in our outright betting for the women’s singles.

You can check out the latest odds for the French Open 2022 on the Paddy Power website.

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