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French Open Women’s Betting Odds Update: Iga Swiatek Tabbed Massive Favorite to Win Second Title at Roland Garros

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Robert Prange/Getty. Pictured: Iga Swiatek hits a forehand at the Italian Open.

It’s Iga Swiatek’s French Open to lose according to the oddsmakers. Needless to say, that’s not a surprise to anyone who has watched the former Roland Garros champion play over the past few months.

The world No. 1 is on a 28-match winning streak that has included three Masters 1000 titles and two championships where she didn’t drop a single set. Swiatek became the first Polish player to win a Grand Slam title in 2020 when she triumphed at the French Open.

Swiatek is listed at +100 down the board to take home another French Open crown, with no one in the vicinity of the 20-year-old standout. Simona Haley, the 2018 champion,is the closest player to Swiatek, listed at +1000 in most places.

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At the beginning of the season, Swiatek was +450 to take home the second slam of the year, and after winning the Miami Open — as well as Ashleigh Barty’s retirement from the sport — Swiatek moved down to +250 odds.

Now, she’s being priced like prime Rafael Nadal, who is conveniently her idol.

Ons Jabeur, the second-hottest player on tour right now, is priced around +1800 at most books, but WynnBET has the Tunisian at +3000 odds.

Jabeur was victorious in Madrid a few weeks ago, and while the Spanish capital’s conditions are a bit different to the ones you’ll find in Paris, she followed the title up with another final in Rome. Conditions there are far more like the ones you’ll see at the French Open.

Other contenders include Paula Badosa (+2200 | WynnBET) and former US Open champion Bianca Andreescu (+3800 | FanDuel) leading the way.

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