June 4, 2022; Paris, France; Iga Swiatek (POL) poses with the trophy after winning the women’s singles final against Coco Gauff (USA) on day 14 of the French Open at Stade Roland-Garros. Mandatory Credit: Susan Mullane-USA TODAY Sports
Swiatek, Ostapenko, Jabeur and Gauff are favored to win their Wimbledon women’s singles quarters
Swiatek defeated Gauff in the French Open final
All of the Wimbledon women’s singles quarters odds, picks, predictions and best bets are below
With the retirement of defending champion Ashleigh Barty, the women’s singles draw at Wimbledon would appear to be accessible for a newcomer to make her mark on the grass of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club.
Could that woman be Iga Swiatek, the new world #1 in the WTA rankings? The Polish sensation has won 35 matches in a row. She recently took the French Open title for a second time. But Will Swiatek step to the fore at Wimbledon?
Oddsmakers are certainly in her corner. Swiatek, the top seed in the Wimbledon odds, is the odds-on -240 favorite in the Wimbledon women’s singles first quarter odds. American Coco Gauff, losing finalist to Swiatek at Roland Garros, is the +250 betting choice in the second quarter.
Listing at favorite’s odds of +160 in the third quarter is Tunisia’s Ons Jabeur. And it will be veteran Jelena Ostapenko of Latvia who gets the +240 nod in the fourth quarter.
Main draw women’s singles action at Wimbledon gets underway on Monday, June 27.
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2022 Wimbledon Women’s Singles First Quarter Odds
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Swiatek On Grass Not A Winning Match
For all of her accomplishments, Swiatek has yet to make a run of any circumstance at Wimbledon. She’s a middling 3-2 in the event. Last year, Swiatek made it to the fourth round for the first time in her career. She was the 2018 Wimbledon junior women’s champion.
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If it’s not going to be the world #1 who comes out of the first quarter, then who?
Spain’s Garbine Muguruza (+900) was the 2017 champion and always seems to give a good accounting of herself on grass courts. Australia’s Alja Tomljanovic (+5000) was a quarterfinalist last year.
Pick: Iga Swiatek (-240).
2022 Wimbledon Women’s Singles Second Quarter Odds
Sara Sorribes Tormo
American Coco Gauff reached her first Grand Slam final in Paris. She’s twice made the fourth round at Wimbledon.
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This is a crowded quarter, deep in talent. Who could be the winner?
Well, how about 2019 winner Simona Halep (+350)? Or could it be seven-time winner Serena Williams? She’s playing her first tournament since last year’s Wimbledon.
The Karolinas – Pliskova (+900) and Muchova (+1700) – were both among the 2021 elite eight.
Pick: Karolina Pliskova (+900).
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2022 Wimbledon Women’s Singles Third Quarter Odds
Alison van Uytvanck
Jabeur Making A Statement
It’s been a breakthrough year for World #2 Jabeur. She’s won three tournaments, played in eight finals and is looking to make a strong showing in the world’s best tennis events. The Tunisian was a quarterfinalist a year ago – her best finish at Wimbledon.
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— Ons Jabeur (@Ons_Jabeur) June 25, 2022
Challenges figure to come from former world #1 Angelique Kerber (+450). Kerber won this event in 2018 and was a semifinalist in 2021.
All eyes will be on the local favorite. Brit Emma Raducanu (+900) is the reigning US Open champion.
Pick: Ons Jabeur (+160).
2022 Wimbledon Women’s Singles Fourth Quarter Odds
5th Pick Odds
Beatriz Haddad Maia
Fourth Quarter Wide Open
If you’re looking for value from your tennis bets, this might be the quarter to make that play. Favorite Ostapenko most recently won her quarter in this tournament in 2018.
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Olympic champion Belinda Bencic (+500) is a savvy grass-court performer. However, it’s Beatriz Haddad Maia (+400) who owns more wins on grass this year (13-1) than any WTA player.
Pick: Beatriz Haddad Maia (+400)
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