French open odds | who will win the 2022 Womens finals

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The time has finally arrived for the 2022 edition of the Roland Garros women's final. And while one of the competitors was definitely expected to be there, the other has come as quite a surprise to many. Of course, the two players that will be competing today include Iga Swiatek and Coco Gauff. Swiatek is the world’s best player, and she has been showing this for months. In fact, she has a 34 match win streak going into this Grand Slam final - hence the French Open odds of 1.15 for her to win the title.

As for Coco Gauff, sure, everyone knows that she is a talented player. However, she hasn’t been fantastic on clay throughout the 2022 season. So really, it wasn’t entirely expected that she would be in this current position. Gauff hasn’t lost a set all tournament, whereas Swiatek has dropped just one. This shows that both competitors are in fantastic form, and today’s match promises to be a great one to watch.

Then again, instead of talking about watching the match, we will be looking at this from a betting and analysis point of view. After all, if you can predict who will win, you can make some bets based on your viewpoint. This is discussed below.

The most likely winner of the women’s final and why

If you were to purely look at the French Open odds for this match, it is fairly obvious that Swiatek is expected to win the game. With odds of 1.15, this shows a massive probability that she will pull through today. On the other hand, Gauff has odds of 6.0 to take the win. We tend to agree with these odds as well, and we do believe that Swiatek will win the French Open today - here’s why: 

Head to head

These two competitors have only actually played twice in the past. However, one of their previous meetings has already been on clay. This occurred in the Rome Masters in 2021, and Swiatek won in straight sets. The other meeting was just the other month at the Miami Masters. Swiatek won this one in straight sets also, despite clay courts being her favourite surface, or so it would seem. So of course, since she is going into this match with a 2-0 head to head lead, this does factor into our decision on picking Swiatek to win.

Swiatek current form

The win streak that Swiatek has been enjoying this season has been well documented. In fact, she has equalled the previous record set by Serena Williams. With 34 wins in a row moving into this final, her confidence must be through the roof. Throughout this streak, she has been beating all of the world's best players. And it's not just the fact that she has been beating them either. She has been absolutely dismantling most of the top players on the WTA tour.

Having seen her playing at Roland Garros this year, she really does seem on another level to the other players at the moment.

Experience at this level

The final reason that we believe that Swiatek will win all comes down to experience. She is a previous Grand Slam winner, having won the French Open in 2020. And she also made the semi-finals of the Australian Open earlier this year. Of course, this occurred just before the streak that she is currently enjoying. As for Gauff, prior to this event, she hasn’t been past the quarter-finals of a slam. And even though she is now in her first final, we believe that experience will shine through in favour of Swiatek. 

So all in all, this should, in theory, be a comfortable win for Iga Swiatek.