2019 French Open Quarterfinals Odds & Betting Preview – June 4th

2019 French Open Quarterfinals Odds & Betting Preview – June 4th

Written by on June 4, 2019

Number one in the world Novak Djokovic heads to the clay courts at the 2019 French Open Quarterfinals on Wednesday, June 5. Djokovic battles top player Alexander Zverev. Will Zverev pull off the upset? Check out our French Open Quarterfinals odds, analysis, and a free pick for Zverev-Djokovic along with 3 other terrific tennis matches on Wednesday!

2019 French Open Quarterfinals Odds & Betting Preview

Wednesday, June 5

Ashleigh Barty vs Madison Keys

Australian Ashleigh Barty is a huge favorite to beat Madison Keys on June 5. Barty had breezed through the first three rounds before facing Sofia Kenin in the fourth. Kenin won the second set 3-6. That doesn’t mean Barty has no shot to beat Keys.

Keys struggled with Anna Blinkova in the third round before easily beating Katerina Siniakova in the fourth round. In the head to head, each has won a match. The difference is that Madison won the match on clay. Keys is the play.

Tennis Betting Pick: Madison Keys

Amanda Anisimova vs Simona Halep

Now that Naomi Osaka and Serena Williams have been bounced from the French Open, Simona Halep becomes the favorite to win at Roland-Garros. This is the first time Halep and Anisimova will have faced each other.

A 17-year-old American, Amanda Anisimova has played great during the 2019 French Open. She hasn’t lost a single set in four rounds. Halep did lose the second set versus Magda Linette in Round 2. Halep should win, but Anisimova might be one of those tennis prodigies. She doesn’t know she’s not supposed to beat players like Simona Halep. The young underdog is worth backing at the odds.

Tennis Betting Pick: Amanda Anisimova

Alexander Zverev vs Novak Djokovic

Oddsmakers have made Novak Djokovic an underlay choice to beat Alexander Zverev on Wednesday. Djokovic is the best player in the world. Plus, he’s easily handled his competition at the French Open.

The odds are ridiculous, though. Alexander Zverev, although not as dominant as Novak, has played exceptionally well at Roland-Garros. Not only that, but he’s beaten a couple of ranked opponents in Dusan Lajovic and Fabio Fognini. Finally, Zverev and Djokovic are 2-2 in their 4 head to head matches. Zverev won the lone match on clay. He gets the nod to upset Novak.

Tennis Betting Pick: Alexander Zverev

Karen Khachanov vs Dominic Thiem

Thiem, the world’s fourth ranked player, had a tough go of it in the first three rounds. He stepped it up in Round 4, though. Versus Gael Monfils, Thiem dominated. He beat Monfils 6-4, 6-4, 6-2.

Karen Khachanov has a chance to beat Thiem, though. In the only head to head match, Khachanov came out on top. Not only that, but he upset Juan Martin del Potro 7-5, 6-3, 3-6, 6-3 in the fourth round. Khachanov can score at a nice price.

Tennis Betting Pick: Karen Khachanov