Round 2 will start (25 May)

The second round of play has reached the French Open as players squeeze in trying to secure important ranking points and prize money.

Our tennis analysts have made a number of bets across each individual draw, with money lines selected, spreads, and totals assessed.

Here’s how we bet on Roland Garros Wednesday’s slate.

Matches are listed in chronological order. Match times are subject to change and more will be played after the expected start time. Read here For tips on watching the French Open.

Emma Raducano vs Alexandra Sasnovich

5 a.m. ET

Will US Open champion Emma Raducano be able to move forward in her bid for a second Grand Slam?

Avery Zimmerman He doesn’t believe it, and he explains in detail why it’s better to fade into world number 12

Victoria Azarenka vs Andrea Petkovic

5 a.m. ET

Is 32-year-old Azarenka favored over clay for straight sets? That’s a wrong price, he says John Reed.

Find out why he thinks all the value of the German language is in this.

John Isner vs. Gregoire Barrier

5 a.m. ET

Another favorite that gets a lot of credit comes with John Isner, Reid says.

He believes that the extended nature of the expected combinations of this pair will allow you to play the total with a positive expected value.

Kaya Kanebi vs. Beatrice Haddad Maya

5 a.m. ET

Kaia Kanebi upset Garbine Muguruza in the first round while Beatrice Haddad outlasted the tough Maya Cristina Buxa.

David Gertler He looks at the match and explains his best bet for the match.

Novak Djokovic vs Alex Mulcan

7:30 a.m. ET

Do you expect Novak Djokovic to get an easy win over Alex Mulcan?

Not so fast, he says Luke Holmbergwho plays a key role in the training battle behind the match.

Laila Fernandez vs Katerina Senyakova

8:15 a.m. ET

Looking for a vulnerable early morning person to fall behind? Look no further than Katerina Sinyakova, says Gertler.

He looks at why the Czech price is low here.

Talon Grixborough vs Brandon Nakashima

8:30 a.m. ET

American Brandon Nakashima took a big win in the first round, but Reed is looking to capitalize on his inexperience on clay here.

Read on to see why Talon Grixpur should secure a comfortable win over Nakashima.

Grigor Dimitrov vs Borna Coric

9:30 a.m. ET

This match represents a global sporting battle, but can we technically expect it?

Holmberg thinks it will be more compact than the odds makers give him credit for, and shows how you can take advantage of that.

Boutique Van de Zandschulp vs Fabio Fognini

10:30 a.m. ET

What may be one of the most enjoyable encounters of the day comes between the charismatic Fognini and the underappreciated Van de Zandschulp.

Reed discusses where the value lies in the late-morning match.

Magda Lynette vs. Martina Trevisan

10:30 a.m. ET

Magda Linnett comes out with a massive victory over Anas Jaber, so do you expect her to enter this level in the second round?

Not with this match, says Reed, who likes the price you can get on Italian Martina Trevisan.

Petra Kvitova vs Daria Savile

10:30 a.m. ET

Petra Kvitova surpassed Anna Bondar in two sets, but the score does not reflect Kvitova’s level, Reid explains.

Find out why he feels Daria Savile is a direct underdog in this match.

Rafael Nadal vs Corentin Mutet

2:45 PM ET

Does the home favorite Corentin Moutet have any chance against the likely candidate, Rafael Nadal?

Read on to find out how to do it Kenny Dosey He plays the night session match.

Alexander Zverev vs. Sebastian Baez

2:45 PM ET

Can a clay court specialist upset World No. 3?

He certainly can, says Ducey, who supports Sebastian Baez to secure a group in this competition.

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