French Open is in full swing – get a free French Open bet at Ladbrokes

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The second Grand Slam of the tennis season is in full swing and Ladbrokes are offering new customers to Ladbrokes.com a French Open free bet worth up to £30.

With the world’s best tennis players congregating at Roland Garros, punters are guaranteed plenty of French Open betting value and a free bet is the best way to take your first step into tennis betting.

Over the next 14 days we’ll witness the likes of Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, Caroline Wozniacki and Maria Sharapova wow the French Open crowds with their tennis, and punters can bet on everything from the French Open winner to who will win the next game.

Rafael Nadal is the 8/11 favourite to win his sixth French Open title in the men’s draw, but having been beaten twice on clay by Djokovic in his last two tournaments, much of the French Open betting money is on Djokovic at 11/8 to win.

The women’s draw is wide open and offers plenty of value to the punter studying the French Open odds, and Caroline Wozniacki and Victoria Azarenka are currently sharing favouritism at 5/1 to win the French Open.

With Ladbrokes’ in-play tennis betting you can bet on the outcome of the next game, the winner of the next set, the current set correct score and you can even bet on the current point in each game.

The French Open odds are constantly changing and over the next fortnight we’ll be previewing all the action here on news.ladbrokes.com, supplying you with the news, stats and tennis tips needed to make the French Open a profitable one.

Get over to the sportsbook and place your first French Open bet on us by entering promo code FB30 when signing up for a new account.

A £10 stake on Andy Murray winning the French Open would return £170. New customers can sign up here to take advantage of a free bet worth up to £30.

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Robbie Morris

Robbie studied sports journalism at the University of Gloucestershire, an establishment chosen for its proximity to Cheltenham racecourse, where he was a season ticket holder. Upon graduation, Robbie was a contributor to GolfPunk, a national magazine aimed at ridding golf of its traditionalist image, before joining the news.ladbrokes team.