Iga Swiatek is the Betting Favorite for the 2022 US Open

Betting on Swiatek’s First US Open Title

Iga Swiatek

Iga Swiatek opened the 2022 Women’s Open with +175 odds and currently has +210 to win the event.
Swiatek won the French Open twice since 2020 and won the 2022 event with +250 odds.
With -1600 odds to win, Swiatek is facing Lauren Davis in the third round on Saturday.

NEW YORK – Iga Swiatek has had the shortest odds to win the 2022 Women’s Open for the whole year and currently has +210 odds to get the job done.

Swiatek is the current number one ranked player in women’s tennis and had no issues moving on to the third round of the US Open by defeating Sloan Stephens 6-3, 6-2. She will face Lauren Davis on the third of September and could advance to the round of 16 with another match win.

Odds for 3rd Round Match

Iga Swiatek -1600
Lauren Davis +850

As the Open favorite, Swiatek is a -6.5 favorite for the match and had the longest odds of any player during the third round to move on.

Past Tournaments and Future Props

For the 2021 US Open, Swiatek had +1200 odds to win and +5000 during the 2020 US Tournament.

Although she has never won the US Open Tournament in the past, Swiatek has shown her ability to win, with two French Open victories under her belt. She was the favorite for the French Tournament in 2022 with +250 odds and won in 2020 as a betting underdog.

As the heavy favorite, Iga has other props that would win legal tennis bettors more of a profit, having higher risks.

Exact Matchup: Iga Swiatek V Serena Williams +2000
To Win Tournament without Dropping a Set +1400
Runner Up +550

There are also US Open Tennis props at legal betting sites that have odds that do not have as much risk but would result in lower payouts. There are currently odds at Bovada Sportsbooks for Swiatek to reach the final at +135. This bet would hit if the favorite won or lost in the final match of the Tournament.

News tags: Iga Swiatek | Serena Williams | US Open | Women’s Tennis

Ben Fiore

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