2022 Wimbledon Women’s Odds, Market Update: Iga Swiatek Favored to Win Back-to-Back Slam Titles
ATPImages/Getty. Pictured: Iga Swiatek.
Iga Swiatek is looking to win her second consecutive Grand Slam event in a few weeks at Wimbledon and oddsmakers like her chances of completing the feat.
Swiatek is listed as a +160 favorite at FanDuel to win the Venus Rosewater dish, while the three players who sit behind her have never won a Wimbledon title.
Naomi Osaka (+1200) and Emma Raducanu (+1400) have claimed Grand Slam titles at hard court events, but Coco Gauff (+1200) made her first Slam final a week ago and lost to Swiatek.
Some notable prices are listed below, but you can find the full list of odds here.
Former Wimbledon champions Simona Halep (+1600) and Petra Kvitova (+1700) follow closely behind Raducanu, as does Serena Williams (+1800).
However, the 23-time Slam champion won’t be playing at the All England Lawn Tennis Club as she continues to take time off from the sport. Williams last played at Wimbledon in 2021, but she had to retire from her first round match due to injury.
One of the most in-form players on the WTA Tour over recent weeks was Ons Jabeur, who reached back-to-back Masters 1000 titles, but fell in the first round at the French Open. She’s listed at +2000 on a surface that should suit her game well.
Last year’s champion, Ashleigh Barty, won’t be participating in the tournament as she retired earlier this year after winning the Australian Open.
Former Wimbledon Champions
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