Tennis Futures Odds and Props

The latest Tennis Futures betting odds for all the major Grand Slam events, ATP & WTA Tournaments.

The 2021 Australian Open is now underway in Melbourne (Feb 8-21) so the outright winner odds for this event will be changing every day as more players fall by the wayside.

Further down you can also find the early odds for the French Open, Wimbledon and the US Open.

 Tennis Futures Markets

The most popular and simplest Tennis Futures bet by far is predicting the overall winner of the tournament but there are many other long term tennis betting markets such as:

  • Stage Of Elimination
  • To Reach The Final
  • Name The Finalists
  • Quarter Winners
  • First Time Winner
  • Tournament Specials

If you are looking for the latest betting odds for and individual game lines for today’s tennis go here.

Men's French Open 2021 Winner

Win
05/23/21
6:00
Rafael Nadal
Novak Djokovic
Dominic Thiem
Roger Federer
Stefanos Tsitsipas
Daniil Medvedev
Alexander Zverev
Andrey Rublev
Diego Sebastian Schwartzman
Jannik Sinner
Stan Wawrinka
Denis Shapovalov
Matteo Berrettini
Pablo Carreno-Busta
Karen Khachanov
Roberto Bautista-Agut
Grigor Dimitrov
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga
David Goffin
Fabio Fognini
Gael Monfils
Cristian Garin

Women's French Open 2021 Winner

Win
05/23/21
6:00
Iga Swiatek
Simona Halep
Ashleigh Barty
Bianca Andreescu
Garbine Muguruza
Naomi Osaka
Elina Svitolina
Petra Kvitova
Sofia Kenin
Victoria Azarenka
Karolina Pliskova
Serena Williams
Kiki Bertens
Cori Gauff
Elena Rybakina
Aryna Sabalenka
Dayana Yastremska
Elise Mertens
Johanna Konta
Madison Keys
Marketa Vondrousova
Nadia Podoroska
Amanda Anisimova
Anastasia Potapova
Belinda Bencic
Jelena Ostapenko
Maria Sakkari
Petra Martic
Danielle Collins
Donna Vekic
Jennifer Brady
Caty McNally

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What are the Grand Slam tennis tournaments?

    There are four Grand Slam tournaments in total. They are the Australian Open in January followed by the French Open in May. Next comes Wimbledon in June & July and the final Grand Slam is the US Open in September.

  • Who are the leading men's tennis players?

    The men’s game has been dominated by three legends of the game for well over a decade now, with Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic having won an astonishing 56 Grand Slam singles titles between them and all still battling it out at the top of the men’s rankings.

    Two other veterans of the game, Andy Murray and Stan Wawrinka, have both won three Grand Slam singles titles to provide some competition to the dominant trio down the years.

    Among the younger generation, the leading men’s players at present are Dominic Thiem, Daniil Medvedev, Stefanos Tsitsipas and Alexander Zverev.

  • Who are the leading female tennis players?

    It’s far more congested in the women’s rankings, with no players truly dominant in the game at present. The current World no. 1 is the Australian Ashleigh Barty, but there is plenty of competition for the top spot, with the likes of Simona Halep, Karolina Pliskova, Sofia Kenin, Elina Svitolina and Bianca Andreescu all leading contenders.

    Although now nearly 39 years old, Serena Williams is still a top 10 player and with 23 Grand Slam singles titles to her name, is a player that all the others look up to. She remains a tennis betting favorite going into most events that she enters.

  • Are there any recent tennis betting trends?

    There are certain trends worth following at Grand Slams, such as 13 of the last 15 Australian Open men’s titles have been won by either Roger Federer or Novak Djokovic, while Rafael Nadal has picked up an astonishing 12 French Open titles.

    At Wimbledon, Federer has eight titles to his name although he is now in decline, while in the women’s event, Serena and Venus Williams have won the championship 12 times between them (seven and five titles respectively) but things are much more random in the women's event these days.

    The US Open also tends to be less predictable in terms of regular champions, although the likes of Nadal and Djokovic still tend to dominate.