French Open 2023 men’s and women’s doubles predictions, odds and favorites rankings

French Open 2023 men’s and women’s doubles predictions, odds and favorites rankings

Have a look at the top-heavy favourites in men’s and women’s doubles for the upcoming Grand Slam, and know the odds and predictions for the French Open 2023 

There will be an outstanding field for the doubles competition, which will take place from May 28 through June 11. The second Grand Slam of the year is all ready to crown its new champions.

French Open 2023 tennis men’s and women’s doubles predictions, odds and favorites rankings

Who will succeed the 2022 winners Jean-Julien Rojer, Caroline Garcia, Marcelo Arevalo, and Kristina Mladenovic?

Men’s doubles

Pierre-Hugues Herbert and Nicolas Mahut, the Porte d’Auteuil champions in 2018 and 2021, hadn’t played together in about a year. After eleven months, the French duo is back in Bordeaux and will be seeded No. 18 for the 2023 Roland-Garros

The Tsitsipas brothers will also make their debut in Paris as a collective act.

However, talking about the favourites, since winning the 2022 Rolex Paris Masters, Wesley Koolhof and Neal Skupski have been at the top of the pack, and they will work to keep it that way on the Parisian clay.


Women’s doubles

World No. 1 Barbora Krejcikova and Katerina Siniakova will try to win a third title in Paris after winning in 2018 and 2021. They won the 2023 Australian Open by defeating Shuko Ayoama and Ena Shibahara of Japan earlier in January.

The 2022 runners-up Jessica Pegula and Coco Gauff will attempt to share their maiden Grand Slam triumph. Kristina Mladenovic and Caroline Garcia of France defeated them.

A noteworthy Grand Slam performance came from Coco Gauff at Roland-Garros 2022. The American performed admirably in both competitions, finishing second in both singles and doubles (with Jessica Pegula).


The world No. 6 was hitting on Court Philippe-Chatrier for the first time since taking part in those two finals with Frenchman Arthur Bonnaud, who served as her hitting partner for the practise.

Possibly with the later stages in mind once more, the young girl chose to drill her opening move against a left-handed opponent.


Gauff, who ranked among the top 10 in both singles and doubles, sailed to mid-court to make contact with a front-facing forehand volley tweener. Gauff was gliding towards the camera in her signature New Balance trainers while the elegant ensemble’s black and white colour scheme served as its backdrop. The teenager is a high favourite to look for.

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