The European clay season is in full swing, and the second Grand Slam of the year is now upon us: Roland-Garros. After Andrey Rublev took down the Monte-Carlo Masters in April, the respective ATP and WTA 1000-level events in Madrid and Rome followed up with more surprises.

With Rafael Nadal absent from this year’s event and Iga Świątek’s initial dominance on clay under closer examination from her competition, both the men’s and women’s singles draws are among the most open in recent memory.

So, who will win the French Open? We turn to the Opta supercomputer to find out its tournament win probabilities as well as its ranking predictions come the end of the tournament.

How Our Tournament Simulator Works:

Our tournament projection model simulates the outcome of the tournament 10,000 times, estimating every player’s likelihood to get through each round of the draw based on their skill strength, where they are in the draw and the skill of the potential opponents they could face.