WTA Guadalajara Open Odds

Swiatek Leads Charge Into last WTA 1000 event

The last WTA 1000 event on the 2022 WTA Calendar is almost upon us. The Guadalajara Open AKRON kicks off next week, running from Monday Oct. 17 to Sunday Oct. 23, with a star-studded cast competing for the coveted title. Who are the favorites according to the Guadalajara Open odds? And are there value outsiders to spot?

WTA Guadalajara Open Odds, Betting Preview

The Guadalara Open draw is yet to be released. It’s scheduled to take place on local time. But the projected Top 16 seeds are a veritable who’s who in the women’s game. They are as follows:

Top16 Seeds (projected)

  • Iga Swiatek
  • Ons Jabeur
  • Paula Badosa
  • Aryna Sabalenka
  • Jessica Pegula
  • Maria Sakkari
  • Coco Gauff
  • Carolina Garcia
  • Daria Kasatkina
  • Veronika Kudermetova
  • Barbora Krejcikova
  • Belinda Bencic
  • Beatriz Haddad-Maia
  • Jelena Ostapenko
  • Madison Keys
  • Danielle Collins

In this early primer, we weigh in an established top contender, a couple of American hopefuls and an outside bet or two to consider for your tennis betting thrills

Swiatek Top Contender

From tournament to tournament, Swiatek is a constant at the top of the WTA tennis odds board. And not until proven otherwise, will the tennis betting odds markets change tact.

Swiatek has won seven titles this year, including two grand slam titles. She’s the winningest player on the tour and only recently did she suffer her first defeat in a tournament final – she lost to Barbora Krejcikova in Ostrava in a three set marathon, 7-5, 6-7 (4), 3-6..

Swiatek is honing her game in San Diego this week, where she’s also the bookmaker’s favorite and the established player to beat. She’s through to the quarterfinals (at the time of writing). Naturally, should she pick up her eighth title in San Diego this Sunday, her Gualajara Open Odds will swell accordingly.

Ons Jabeur Returns

Tunisian trailblazer Ons Jabeur is set to make her return to competitive play since losing to Swiatek in the US Open final in Guadalajara next week. After Swiatek, Jabeur has been the most consistent player in the women’s game and she’s likely to be one of the top betting favorites to win the title.

It’s been a banner year for the Tunisian as she’s qualified for the WTA Tour Finals in Forth Worth, Texas, for the first time in her career.

Jessica Pegula, Top American Contender

Thus, Pegula has value as a a disrupter in any given tournament. Pegula’s odds to win the title though are going to be a bit of a longshot bet.

American Jessica Pegula has had a standout year, reaching a career-high ranking and making the quarterfinals of the Australian Open and US Open. However, she’s yet to win a title.

The 27-year-old American is a consistent performer and a player that tends to make deep runs in the draw. Some of her best results included a semi-final appearance in Miami (hard) and a final appearance in Madrid (clay).

Thus, Pegula has value as a a disrupter in any given tournament. Pegula’s odds to win the title though are going to be a bit of a longshot bet.

Pegula is competing in San Diego this week alongside Swiatek. She too, is through to the quarterfinals.

Coco Gauff, Another Top American Contender

American teenager Coco Gauff is having a standout year, highlighted by her grand slam breakthrough reaching the French Open final. She’s broken into the Top 10 of the women’s game and boasts a steller 34-17 record.

Gauff is seeking to win her first title of the season, She’s currently competing in San Diego, but the odds are stacked against her as she’s set to face Swiatek in the quarterfinals. Should Gauff upend Swiatek this week, it will certainly help raise her value in the Guadalajara Open odds market.

Renascent Carolina Garcia

France’s Carolina Garcia is enjoying a renaissance this year as she returns back into the Top 10 following a stellar American hard court swing that was highlighted by winning the WTA 1000 event in Cincinnati and reaching the US Open semis.

Garcia arrived in San Diego this week, but a tough match against American Danielle Collins in the first round ended her campaign in Southern California prematurely.

Insofar as her San Deigo run was disappointing, there’s a sliver lining for the Frenchwoman. Her early exit means she’ll be heading into the WTA 1000 event in Mexico as one of the fresher players. That could pay dividends as she attempts to win a second straight WTA 1000 event.

Barbora Krejcikova Late Surge

The 2021 French Open champion Barbora Krejcikova has had a tough year riddled with injuries. But a confidence-boosting win over Swiatek in Ostrava to clinch her first title of the year sends the Czech woman into Mexico with momentum.

Krejcikova wisely gave the San Diego open a skip this week. She’s a dark horse to spot on the Guadalajara Open Odds board as such.

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