Daily French Open Day 15 Tips Tennis Tips: Best Bets for the Men's Singles Final

Want to bet on the French Open today? We’ve got great news – here at Mr Fixit Tips, we love our tennis. That’s why we’ve dug deep into the day’s order of play on day eight and picked out the best bets to make on the French Open. We’re confident in these ones, so read on to find out why we say these three matches are the best to bet on this Sunday.

Best French Open Bets Today

Sinner to Beat Moutet 3-0 @ 8/13

Jannik Sinner is the consummate professional. The Italian doesn’t run hot or cold. He simply shows up and gets the job done–just ask Chris Eubanks, Richard Gasquet and Pavel Kotov, who all fell to the 22-year-old in straight sets this week.

Standing on the other side of the net from Sinner this Sunday is Corentin Moutet. To be honest, he’s a stark contract. Moutet is the kind of guy who serves underarm nine times in a match–seriously, he did that in the third round–and will be looking to everything he can to distract Sinner and leverage the French crowd.

Thing is, Sinner is so mature, so professional, and so likable, we can’t see that working. When Moutet is met with a brick wall, we expect he’ll crumble and take French dreams with him on Sunday night.

Back Sinner to get his fourth consecutive straight sets win for an 8/13 return. Take the -8.5 handicap as well for a 4/5 payout. 

Gauff to Beat Cocciaretto 2-1 @ 3/1

Coco Gauff has also been motoring along this French Open, dropping just 15 games across her first three matches. She’s up against world No. 51 Elisabetta Cocciaretto, who comes into this clash having had a much tougher path.

Cocciaretto came from a set down to defeat Beatriz Haddad Maia in the first round, before seeing off Carolina Bucsa and No. 17 seed Liudmila Samsonova most recently. She’s done well to dispatch two seeds, but hasn’t played the best tennis either this week.

Something about this match says that Gauff is going to drop a set. Perhaps she’ll be looking ahead to a semi-final clash with Swiatek already, or maybe the 20-year-old will simply drop her level for half an hour.

We don’t think the result is in question at all here, but it wouldn’t surprise us in the slightest if it took Gauff three to get over the line on Sunday.

Dimitrov to Win 3-0 @ 4/1

What a match up this is! No. 8 seed Hubert Hurkacz takes on No. 10 seed Grigor Dimitrov in what has to be the tightest of the men’s Round of 16 matches.

Dimitrov raced through his first two matches unchallenged, seeing off Aleksandr Kovacevic and Fabian Marozsan in straight sets. Zizou Bergs was tougher in the third, with the Belgian dropping one set en route to the fourth round.

Hurkacz, on the other hand, has been made to fight tooth and nail for a spot in the Round of 16. He went the distance in round one against Shinhito Mochizuki, before dropping sets to both Brandon Nakashima and Denis Shapovalov in his two most recent matches.

Two factors make us confident this will be a Dimitrov win. First, Hurkacz is tired. Imagine him trying to get up again for a tight match, after just surviving three of them. Second, Dimitrov leads this head-to-head 5-0, and has had Hurkacz number as recently as two months ago.

Back the No. 10 seed to continue his brilliant 12 months with a quarter-final here in Paris.

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