- BetOnline has posted Early Markets for next year’s women’s tennis Grand Slams
- Iga Swiatek is favored to win next month’s US Open as well as the Australian Open, French Open and Wimbledon in 2023
- The US Open Tennis Championships will take place in New York City from August 29 to September 11, 2022
Iga Swiatek is not only atop the 2022 US Open Betting Odds as a +200 favorite to win at Flushing Meadows later this summer. The early markets for the 2023 women’s tennis majors also expect the Polish star to capture the Australian Open, French Open and Wimbledon next year.
Let’s take a look at the 21-year-old’s odds of winning the next four grand slams. But first, be sure to check out 2022’s best tennis betting sites before placing any wagers.
Iga Swiatek – Upcoming Grand Slams
|Iga Swiatek to Win|
|US Open 2022||+200|
|Australian Open 2023||+250|
|French Open 2023||-105|
Swiatek’s recent dominance
Before her upset loss to Alize Cornet in the third round of Wimbledon, Iga Swiatek was dominating women’s tennis. The 21-year-old had won six straight tournaments, including her second French Open championship, and 37 consecutive matches to tie the record Martina Hingis set back in 1997.
However, it’s fair to question if the world No. 1 should have such short odds (+200) of triumphing at Arthur Ashe Stadium this September. While she’s only played at Flushing Meadows three times previously, Swiatek has never advanced past the fourth round. Instead, we prefer a longshot like last year’s winner Emma Raducanu (+2500) or 2022 Wimbledon champion Elena Rybakina (+1200).
2023 Aussie Open Early Markets
Swiatek is a +250 favorite to win Down Under in January 2023. While a lot can happen in six months, this seems like a slightly better value as the Polish tennis star made it all the way to the semi-finals this year. Ashleigh Barty will also be out of the mix after she retired following her title at Melbourne Park earlier this season.
Two-time Australian Open champion Naomi Osaka (+600) could provide a roadblock for Swiatek, but the four-time Grand Slam winner’s continued struggles with injuries and mental health make her hard to bet on.
Champ returns to Roland Garros
Swiatek is heavy chalk (-105) on the clay courts of Paris after winning two of the past three French Open’s. While her 37-match win streak ran for 135 days across three surfaces, almost half (18) of those victories were on her preferred surface of clay.
Capturing the second major of the 2023 season would make the 21-year-old only the 14th three-time champion at Roland Garros. It would also be the third time she won the tournament in four years. A run of dominance only matched by Belgian star Justin Henin, who claimed four championships in a five-year span from 2003 to 2007.
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Wimbledon is not Iga’s surface
In addition to her French Open victory and 37-match winning streak, Swiatek leads the WTA in titles (6) and Top 10 wins (7) this season. Her greatness can’t be disputed – but, hey, she’s not great on grass. While she was a junior champion four years ago at Wimbledon, the Pole has only won five matches in her three previous appearances at the All England Club.
Again, this is no slight against Swiatek as only three active players (Serena Williams, Simona Halep and Garbiñe Muguruza) have successfully made the short transition from clay to grass and won both the French Open and Wimbledon in the same year. Avoid wagering +400 on Swiatek in the early markets as it’s not the value it might seem.
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