Tuesday French Open Betting Guide | Roland Garros Day 3 Odds, Picks

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The first round of the French Open concludes on Tuesday, with dozens of matches still to take place in the men's and women's draws to get us into the second round.

Our team of tennis experts, including David Gertler, Jon Reid, Kenny Ducey, Luke Holmberg and Carmine Carcieri, is here to take you through a double-digit number of matches as the second Grand Slam of the year continues.

Read on for our Roland Garros day 3 picks.

Matches are listed in chronological order. Match times are subject to change and many will be played after the projected start time. Read here for advice on watching the French Open. Please bet responsibly.

Tuesday French Open Betting Guide

J.J. Wolf vs Yoshihito Nishioka

5 a.m. ET

American J.J. Wolf had a stellar run at the Australian Open earlier this year, and he looks to make headway on another run when he squares off against Yoshihito Nishioka.

Holmberg breaks down the match and details his reasons for backing the American.

Jordan Thompson vs Max Purcell

5 a.m. ET

Looking for the best way to bet one of the weirdest matches (on paper) of the French Open?

Carcieri believes the total is where you should look.

Tommy Paul vs Dominic Stricker

5 a.m. ET

Another American man that had a great Australian Open run, Tommy Paul, will open his tournament against Dominic Stricker.

Read on to see why Holmberg has faith in the underdog.

Anhelina Kalinina vs Diane Parry

5 a.m. ET

Over in the women's draw, Rome finalist Anhelina Kalinina takes on Frenchwoman Diane Parry.

Gertler breaks down the contrast in styles.

Nicolas Jarry vs Hugo Dellien

5 a.m. ET

It's been a resurgent 2023 season for the Chilean Nicolas Jarry, who already has two titles on the year.

Ducey is looking for him to get his biggest tournament of the season started off well.

Olga Danilovic vs Kateryna Baindl

6:15 a.m. ET

On paper, this match may not be the most appealing one in the draw, but Reid believes it's loaded with betting value.

He breaks down the favorite that is underrated even at her short price.

Alex Molcan vs Hugo Gaston

6:15 a.m. ET

Hugo Gaston has become a staple of the French Open crowd in recent years, but does he have a big effort against Alex Molcan in him?

Ducey analyzes the Frenchman's chances.

Alexander Zverev vs Lloyd Harris

6:15 a.m. ET

Alexander Zverev made the semifinals in Paris last year before an ankle injury derailed his hopes, and he opens his tournament against Lloyd Harris.

See why Reid is trusting the German to get through this match comfortably.

Aranxta Rus vs Julia Grabher

7 a.m. ET

Fresh off of her Rabat final, Julia Grabher squares off with Aranxta Rus in Paris.

Will she be able to replicate the success she had in the prior week?

Coco Gauff vs Rebeka Masarova

7 a.m. ET

American Coco Gauff reached the French Open final this year, but she faces stiff competition straight out of the gate this year, says Reid.

Emil Ruusuvuori vs Gregoire Barrere

8:15 a.m. ET

Clay didn't used to be a good surface for Gregoire Barrere, but he's changed the narrative on his clay game this year.

Will it be enough to propel him past Emil Ruusuvuori?

Richard Gasquet vs Arthur Rinderknech

9:30 a.m. ET

An all-French encounter closes out the slate on Tuesday, as Richard Gasquet meets Arthur Rinderknech.

Who has the edge in the massive contrast in styles?

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