2022 US Open Women’s Singles Tournament Preview
The best tennis players in the world head to Flushing Meadows on August 29 for the final major tennis tournament of the year, the 2022 U.S. Open. On the WTA side, Iga Swiatek is the opening odds chalk followed by Simona Halep and Elena Rybakina. On the ATP side, Novak Djokovic is the favorite followed by Daniil Medvedev and Carlos Alcaraz. See below for tennis odds, analysis, and free picks for the 2022 US Open.
2022 US Open Tennis Tournament Info
- When: August 29 – September 12
- Where: Flushing Meadows, New York, NY
- TV: ESPN
- Live Stream: ESPN+
2022 US Open Women’s Singles Opening Odds – Top Ten
- Iga Swiatek +310
- Simona Halep +620
- Elena Rybakina +1100
- Naomi Osaka +1200
- Coco Gauff +1325
- Aryna Sabalenka +1350
- Emma Raducana +1475
- Caroline Garcia +1500
- Ons Jabeur +1800
- Jessica Pegula +1925
Top Choice to Win the 2022 US Open Women’s Single Tournament
The run to the Wimbledon title was a thing of beauty. Elena Rybakina beat Simona Halep in straight sets before rallying past Ons Jabeur after losing the first set.
Coco Gauff bested her at the National Bank Open. But Elena bounced back with a respectable showing at the Western & Southern Open, making it to the quarterfinals before losing to Madison Keys. The Wimbledon champ can win the final major of the season.
Top Second Choice to Win the 2022 US Open Women’s Single Tournament
It’s tough to look past the chalk. Iga Swiatek is 30-7 this season in singles matches, which is the good news. The bad news is that Swiatek bombed at Wimbledon, the last major, when failing to get past the third round.
Not only that, but Swiatek also failed at the Western & Southern Open, the prep for the U.S. Open, losing to Madison Keyes in the third round. Iga can turn the switch. But she’ll have to pick up her game big time to beat the top choice.
Top Underdog Choice to Win the 2022 US Open Women’s Single Tournament
Coca Gauff is worth a look, but Ons Jabeur provides much better odds. Since losing the Wimbledon final, Jabeur hasn’t played great tennis. Here game is off, but like Swiatek, Jabeur can turn the switch.
She wasn’t playing great leading up to the Mutua Madrid Open. She turned it on in that event, beating Jessica Pegula for the trophy. If the former reversal happens at the U.S. Open, Jabeur is good enough to win.