Women’s Tennis Odds – 2017 French Open Lines

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Women's Tennis Odds are Live at RealBet.euWomen’s tennis odds for the 2017 French Open quarterfinals are up and it is a brave new day. With Serena Williams on the sidelines due to pregnancy, and Maria Sharpova out for doping, there has never been more parity in Women’s tennis.

Now one could argue that might be the parity of mediocrity but I think that would be unkind. We are so used to the super human abilities of the Williams sisters that we forget that everyone else is still pretty good.

In addition, the defending French Open Champion Garbine Muguruza was upset which means that we are dealing with a lot unknowns. As we did with the Men’s odds for the French Open, let’s take a look at some women’s tennis odds that we can perhaps make some money out of.

Women’s Tennis Odds – 2017 French Open Lines

There are still a few recognizable names in the remaining players. Caroline Wozniacki is currently ranked #12 in the world and has previously been a #1. Although Wozniacki has not won any Grand Slam events, she has twice been runner up at the U.S. Open and is due. She is a -140 favorite to advance to the semis against Jelena Ostapenko (+110).

Betting On Women’s Tennis – Simona Halep

Simona Halep is a -280 favorite over Elina Svitolina (+210) and should be a cinch to proceed. Halep has won numerous WTA events and was a finalist at the 2014 French Open losing to Maria “I didn’t know what was in my supplements” Sharpova in three sets. Halep is a consistently strong player and I think has a good chance to go to the finals.

2017 French Open Women’s Final – Tennis Betting Lines

A couple of more players stand out for consideration. Karolina Pliskova is ranked #3 in the world at the moment and was a finalist at the 2016 U.S. Open losing to eventual world No.1 Angelique Kerber. Pliskova is -170 favorite in tomorrow’s action.

And lastly there is the Cinderella story of Kristina Mladenovic who is the only French national in the quarters. After battling chronic injuries for the last few seasons, Mladenovic upset last year’s French Open Champion Garbine Muguruza which has been thrilling for the home crowd. Perhaps she can ride national pride into a win at Roland Garros– but she will need to play the best tennis of her life.

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