ATP Roland Garros Live Scores - Draw, Odds & News
In late May and early June, the eyes of tennis lovers are fixed on Paris to witness the second Grand Slam of the season. For all those tennis and clay court lovers, we offer you all the information about Roland Garros 2021 in Oddspedia, in its men's section. You will be able to see the French Open men's draw, as well as the results of the matches already completed or the schedules of the day's matches.
The information is completed with an overview of the tournament statistics, as well as historical information on the Roland Garros list of winners, for example. Discover the best odds for Paris matches as well as information to make your bets successful, including forecasts for the best Roland Garros ATP matches. Stay on the clay and enjoy the best tennis with us!
Roland Garros Men's Seeds & Brackets
Tennis fans worldwide wait for Roland Garros to start with great anticipation. That's no wonder since the French Open is one of the four Grand Slam tournaments played each year. Rafael Nadal has had the most success in the tournament, winning seven out of the last ten. But there is always high competition and drama from start till the end, because all of the world's best tennis players compete to be the champion.
This is why the interest in Roland Garros is so great. In Oddspedia we are aware of the large number of tennis fans we have and we want to bring them the best information. Thus, you will find the tournament table here, as well as the order of play and the approximate schedule of the matches, once the organization makes it official the day before the game.
Discover all kinds of useful statistics about Roland Garros and compare players. If, for example, we have a Rafa Nadal vs. Roger Federer in Paris, you can see the statistics of both of them facing each other, so you can see the best face to face on the internet between these two geniuses of the sport.
Oddspedia is a community of sports lovers, so you will have the opportunity to communicate with other users or with us. Send us suggestions on things we can improve or that you would like to see on our website. In addition, you can comment and share the news of Roland Garros that we offer and even publish forecasts or support one that is already on the web. The options are huge and its up to you to make the most of them.
ATP French Open Live Scores
See here the live results of Roland Garros in the men's chart. Follow the live action from the Phillipe Chatrier, Suzanne Lenglen or any of the Parisian venues where the French Open is being held from 30 May to 13 June.
See all the live scores from Roland Garros on this page with each point updated instantly and automatically. This way, you won't need to refresh the page to see who has won the next point, but you will automatically see it on this page.
Follow the most interesting Roland Garros ATP matches here or the order of play. If you want to keep an eye on a particular match, click on the bell and well send you alerts when a set or match ends, so you'll know what happened in the most important match of the day or the one you're most interested in.
To see particular statistics of any Roland Garros ATP match click on the one you want to see. We will show you useful information to know what is happening in the match such as number of points won, percentage of first serve, number of aces, unforced errors, winners and a long etcetera. All accompanied, of course, by the complete and instantly updated Roland Garros results.
Roland Garros will be played from May 30 to June 13, at least in the main draw, as the weeks before will begin the preview with the players who need to qualify.
As it is a tennis tournament, the Roland Garros schedules are not published very far in advance, but the tournament organizers make them public the day before. It assigns the number of courts and approximate schedules of the matches that will depend on how long the matches last. In each tournament, there is a day shift and a night shift, when usually the most important match is played in prime time.
In Oddspedia we will show you the Roland Garros schedule as soon as it is made public by the organization. This way, you will know what time Nadal plays at Roland Garros or any other player you want to consult. Remember that the time we show corresponds to the time zone in which you are and is indicative, since in tennis the schedules are never final, except for the finals. Therefore, please take into account the possibility of delays or changes with the WTA French Open schedule or ATP French Open timetables you see on this page.
Roland Garros Draws 2021
See here the men's chart of Roland Garros. In Oddspedia we will show you the final draw of the French Open as soon as the organization makes the draw, something that happens in the days before the start of the tournament. You will be able to see the first rival of each player as well as the way to the grand final on Sunday at the Philippe Chatrier to win the Musketeers Cup.
Unfortunately, in tennis tournaments, the tables are drawn at short notice, as they have to wait for the players' confirmations and, in many cases, also for the results of the previous rounds. In Oddspedia we will show you the Roland Garros ATP table as soon as the organization makes the draw so that you know what to expect from each of the players.
ATP French Open FAQ
How many Roland Garros does Nadal have?
Rafa Nadal has won 13 Roland Garros, getting his first Musketeer Cup in 2005 and the last one in 2020. The Balearic tennis player is the one who has raised more cups in Paris and has never lost a final, being a real myth on the clay of the capital of France.
How many Roland Garros does Federer have?
Roger Federer has won a 2009 Roland Garros trophy by beating Robin Soderling, Nadal's executioner, in the final in three sets. The Basel player has played four other finals, always being defeated by Rafa Nadal.
When does Roland Garros 2021 start?
The 2020 Roland Garros starts on May 30th and the final will be on June 13th. The dates every year are similar, starting at the end of May and playing the grand final on a Sunday on the Philippe Chatrier court in early June.
Who has the most Roland Garros titles?
The player who has won more Roland Garros in history is Rafa Nadal, with a total of 13. The Balearic tennis player doubles the second on the list, the Swedish Bjorn Borg, who won 6 between the years 1974 and 1981. The third on the list is Henri Cochet with 4, in the years 20-30, if we talk about the Open Era.
How much does the Roland Garros winner get?
The prizes of the ATP tournaments are totally public. In 2021, Djokovic pocketed €1,400,000 by winning the final against Stefanos Tsitsipas and won 1,000 ATP points. The Paris tournament distributed a total of €34,367,215 in prizes.
Why is the tournament named Roland Garros?
Roland Garros was a French-born World War I pilot and amateur tennis player. He died the day before his 30th birthday during the Great War when his plane was shot down. In the late 1920s it was decided to name the Parisian stadium after him, which later hosted the famous Grand Slam and has since been named after him.