2022 French Open Women’s Tennis Betting

2022 French Open Women’s Tennis Betting

2020 French Open champion Iga Swiatek is now an odds-on favorite to win this year’s French Open after Ashleigh Barty announced her sudden retirement from tennis two months ago. Swiatek won in Qatar in February and beat Maria Sakkari in straight sets to win at Indian Wells in March. She went on to win the Miami Open and Stuttgart Open to win four straight singles’ titles before taking the last month off due to a shoulder injury. If Swiatek is healthy, it’s hard to bet against her given her dominance to date in 2022.

Former champion Simona Halep has had a checkered history at majors, but she certainly can’t be discounted at Roland Garros. Halep was the top-ranked player on the WTA Tour for stretches in 2017 and 2018, and she has been to the French Open Finals three times. She hasn’t made it to the semifinals of a major since the 2020 Australian Open, yet she can always compete at these majors.

2022 Women’s French Open Betting Odds

Iga Swiatek -130

Simona Halep +1000

Ons Jabeur +1300

Paula Badosa +1800

Aryna Sabalenka +2300

Maria Sakkari +2500

Bianca Andreescu +2700

All Other Players are +4000 or More

The unheralded Ons Jabeur is starting to receive some hype as a potential dark horse at Roland Garros. Jabeur is the highest-ranked Arabic tennis player on either the men’s or women’s tour, but she has never made it past the fourth round of the French Open. Her recent play has been great though, as Jabeur won the Madrid Open and made it to the finals of the Italian Open before losing to Iga Swiatek.

It's a little surprising to see Paula Badosa as the fourth favorite entering the French Open. Badosa is Spanish, so she is used to clay, and she made it to the semifinals of the Stuttgart Open. However, she was eliminated in the Round of 32 at the Madrid Open and Italian Open, so the love for Badosa might be a bit too much. Her best performance at a major came last year at the 2021 French Open when she reached the quarterfinals.

The crowd reaction for Aryna Sabalenka will be interesting, as she was only recently cleared to play in the French Open. Sabalenka was barred from competing in Wimbledon because she hails from Belarus, even though she currently resides in the United States. She has never made it further than the third round at the French Open, but she reached the semifinals of both Wimbledon and the US Open last year.

Maria Sakkari is an intriguing pick at 25-1 to win the French Open. She is currently the fourth-ranked player on the WTA Tour, and she made it to the semifinals of the French Open last year. Sakkari is one of the few players at the French Open that has somewhat routinely gotten the better of Swiatek, winning three of their five head-to-head matches.

Bianca Andreescu won the 2019 US Open, and that was seen as the potential start of a dominant run for the young Canadian player. However, she has failed to advance past the fourth round of any major since that point, and she has been dealing with injuries. Andreescu hasn’t gotten further than the quarterfinals of any event so far this year.

The great Serena Williams is someone you want to avoid even though she is over 40-1 to win the French Open. Williams is the greatest women’s tennis player of all-time, but she is now 40 and has been playing at the pro level for 27 years. Williams hasn’t made it past the fourth round of the French Open since 2016, and she doesn’t move anywhere near as well as she did in the past.

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