*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
The clay courts of Paris are calling as the French Open serves up the second Grand Slam of the tennis season.
Rafael Nadal crushed Casper Ruud in the final of last year’s men’s singles to claim the 22nd major title of his career – and his 14th at Roland Garros – but the Spaniard is not back to defend his crown due to a hip injury.
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The women’s singles, meanwhile, went to Iga Swiatek – her second French Open crown – which came amid an incredible 37-match winning streak, the longest in the 21st century.
The latest French Open odds are on the Paddy Power website and Paddy Power app, otherwise the schedule, prize money and favourites for the men’s and women’s singles can be found below.
French Open 2023 dates
The French Open takes place over a two-week period between Sunday, May 28 and Sunday, June 11.
French Open 2023 schedule
The morning sessions start at 10am before plays gets underway on the main court – Philippe Chatrier – an hour later until the semi-finals stage. There are also evening sessions from Monday, May 29 until Wednesday, June 7 starting at 7:30pm. The semi-finals and finals are scheduled to begin at 2pm.
Sunday, May 28 – men’s and women’s first round
Monday, May 29 – men’s and women’s first round
Tuesday, May 30 – men’s and women’s first round
Wednesday, May 31 – men’s and women’s second round
Thursday, June 1 – men’s and women’s second round
Friday, June 2 – men’s and women’s third round
Saturday, June 3 – men’s and women’s third round
Sunday, June 4 – men’s and women’s fourth round
Monday, June 5 – men’s and women’s fourth round
Tuesday, June 6 – men’s and women’s quarter-finals
Wednesday, June 7 – men’s and women’s quarter-finals
Thursday, June 8 – women’s semi-finals
Friday, June 9 – men’s semi-finals
Saturday, June 10 – women’s final
Sunday, June 11 – men’s final
French Open 2023 prize money
As per the other Grand Slam tournaments on the tennis calendar, the French Open boasts equal prize pots for the men’s and women’s singles.
Winner – €2,300,000
Finalist – €1,150,000
Semi-Finalist – €630,000
Quarter-Finalist – €400,000
Round Four – €240,000
Round Three – €142,000
Round Two – €97,000
Round One – €69,000
French Open 2023 odds
French Open odds are on paddypower.com and prices for the leading contenders can be seen on our snazzy widgets below.
Carlos Alcaraz is the favourite with Paddy Power to win the men’s singles as the world number one seeks the second Grand Slam of his fledgeling career.
Novak Djokovic is also prominent in our betting with the 36-year-old Serbian looking to claim a record 23rd Grand Slam title, although this has historically been his weakest of the four tournaments.
Iga Swiatek is the favourite with Paddy Power to win the women’s singles as last year’s champion bids to defend her title.
Australian Open winner Aryna Sabalenka is also prominent in our betting as the 25-year-old Belarusian looks to make it two Grand Slams on the spin.
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