French Grand Slam Betting – Women’s Singles

Here are a few options to dwell on for your Womens French Grand Slam Betting picks. These powerful ladies have all proven their worth on the court but is it enough to conquer the clay courts in France?

French Grad Slam Betting

1. Garbine Muguruza
The 2016 champion will be looking to retain her title as she enters the 2017 clay court in Paris but Muguruza hasn’t lifted another trophy since her astounding triumph last year. The Spaniard displays impressive power, with a certain level of comfort on clay, but her mediocre performance since taking her maiden Grand Slam title is a concern. She hasn’t reached another final on the circuit and some niggling injuries to her thigh and Achilles tendon forced her to withdraw from a semi-final in Brisbane. However, drastic changes to her diet have resulted in improved fitness so she will still be a tough contender in this contest.

Current Betting odds to win: 7/2

2. Angelique Kerber
Going into the 2017 Australian Open, Germany’s Angelique Kerber was the No. 1 ranked female player on the tennis scene. However, a shock defeat to Coco Vandeweghe during the tournament showed uncharacteristic inconsistencies on Kerber’s side that she should be working on going into this Tournamnet. Although she has some tough competition to overcome, Kerber is definitely championship material when she’s playing at the top of her game.

Current Betting odds to win: 11/2

3. Agnieszka Radwanska
Despite not winning a Grand Slam title in her 10-year career, the 27-year-old Polish national has shown consistent form, making it to the later rounds of many tournaments, reaching the quarter-finals, or better, six times at this tournamnet. With the clock ticking on her tennis career, the No. 6 ranked player is hungry for her maiden title, although she will have to get past Tsvetana Pironkova in the first-round match.

Current Betting odds to win: 45/1

4. Karolina Pliskova
This Czech player is definitely on the up, having upset Serena Williams in the semi-finals of the US Open last year – her first Grand Slam final – and then beating Alize Cornet 6-0, 6-3 to take the Brisbane International this year (her seventh WTA title), she’s showing some tennis class. During the Australian Open this year she advanced past the third round for the first time with her stay cut short by the tournament’s underdog, Lucic-Baroni. Pliskova will hopefully keep the momentum going at this year’s Tournamnet.

Current Betting odds to win: 22/1

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