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2022 French Open Women’s Betting Preview

By Hank Blaine

On Sunday, the second major tennis tournament of the year starts when the best in the world head to Roland Garros for the annual French Open. Iga Swiatek is a massive favorite over Simona Halep, Paula Badosa Gilbert, and Barbora Krejcikova. Check out opening tennis odds, analysis, and picks for the 2022 French Open Women’s Singles tournament.

2022 French Open Men’s Singles Opening Odds

  • Iga Swiatek +160
  • Simona Halep +700
  • Paula Badosa Gilbert +1200
  • Barbora Krejcikova +1300
  • Ons Jabeur +1400
  • Maria Sakari +1600
  • Aryna Sabalenka +1700
  • Cori Gauff +1800
  • Naomi Osaka +2000
  • Garbine Muguruza +2000
  • Anett Kontaveit +2500
  • Emma Raducanu +2500
  • Petra Kvitova +2500
  • Bianca Andreescu +2500
  • Jelena Ostapenko +2500
  • Leyla Annie Fernandez +2500
  • Amanda Anisimova +2500
  • Danielle Rose Collins +3000
  • Elena Rybakina +3500
  • Viktoria Azarenka +3500
  • Madison Keyes +3500
  • Karolina Pliskova +3500
  • Serena Williams +4000
  • Sloane Stephens +4000
  • Karolina Muchova +4000
  • Marketa Vondrousova +4000
  • Elina Svitolina +4000
  • Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova +4000
  • Belinda Bencic +4000
  • Sofia Kenin +5000
  • Tamara Zidansek +5000
  • Petra Martic +5000
  • Ekaterina Aleksandrova +5000

READ MORE: 2022 French Open Men’s Betting Preview

Top Choice to Win the 2022 French Open Women’s Tournament

This year, the 20-year-old Polish star has proven she’s the best in the world. Iga Swiatek has an incredible 37-3 singles record. She’s won 5 titles already this year. In her last tournament played, Swiatek rolled through the competition at the Internazionali BNL d’Italia. She didn’t lose a single set. Swiatek should have no trouble winning the French Open. The odds make her an overlay./p>

Second Choice to Win the 2022 French Open Women’sTournament

Ashleigh Barty’s retirement has opened the door for plenty of young, talented, tennis players. One of them is Cori Gauff. The 18-year-old American has yet to put everything together. But she hasn’t played competitively since March when she fell to Simona Halep at the BNP Paribas.

Gauff has spent all of her time since March readying herself for the French Open. She should be ultra-tough to beat and we should expect Cori to show up stronger and more ready to win a major than she has in the past. At the odds, she’s worth a long look.

Third Choice to Win the 2022 French Open Women’s Tournament

If not for injuries, Bianca Andreescu might be where Swiatek is, at the top of the women’s tennis world. The Canadian tennis player definitely has the talent to win this. If Swiatek falls, Andreescu should be there to pick up the pieces. So along with Cori Gauff, consider Bianca Andreescu the next in line to win the French Open Women’s Singles tennis title after chalk Iga Swiatek.

Top Longshot Choice to Win the 2022 French Open Women’s Tournament

The 23-year-old isn’t having the best season. She’s 2-6 in 8 singles matches. But we know Sofia Kenin can play. When she’s on, she’s a top ten competitor. Like Gauff, Kenin hasn’t played since the BNP Paribas. If you like to back longshots, Kenin is a great pick to have prepared for the French Open. Nobody should beat Swiatek. So if you want to take a swing, Kenin is definitely worth the swing.

Top Play Against Choice to Win the 2022 French Open Women’s Tournament

No doubt, Simona Halep can win this. But she imploded at the Internazionali BNL d’Italia, falling to Danielle Collins in the second round. In the tournament before, the Mutua Madrid Open, Ons Jabeur bested her in the quarterfinals. The odds are much too short and Halep isn’t playing her best. Along with Naomi Osaka, Simona Halep is a top play against. The French Open Women’s Singles field is far too deep to back any player at low odds not named Iga Swiatek.

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*All odds stated are subject to change without prior notice.