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French Open Round of 16 Women’s Singles Odds & Best Bets (May 29)

  • The French Open Women’s Round of 16 gets started on Sunday
  • Top-ranked Iga Swiatek will be looking for her 31st victory in a row
  • Find the French Open Women’s Round of 16 odds and three previews below

It’s coming down to the wire at Roland Garros as the French Open Women’s Singles Round of 16 begins on Sunday with four matches while the remaining four are scheduled for Monday. No. 1 ranked Iga Swiatek is surprisingly the only top 10 player still in the tournament, with both Aryna Sabalenka and Paula Badosa losing in the third round.

Keep reading for the French Open Round of 16 odds.

French Open Women’s Round of 16 Odds

Matchups Odds
[1] Iga Swiatek vs Qinwen Zheng -1800/+850
Martina Trevisan vs Aliaksandra Sasnovich +100/-130
[11] Jessica Pegula vs Irina-Camelia Begu -290/+220
[20] Daria Kasatkina vs [28] Camila Giorgi -170/+130
[17] Leylah Fernandez vs [27] Amanda Anisimova +165/-210
[31] Elise Mertens vs [18] Coco Gauff +175/-230
[23] Jill Teichmann vs Sloane Stephens -200/+160
[29] Veronika Kudermetova vs [22] Madison Keys +110/-140

Odds as of May 28th at Caesars.

The French Open odds favored Swiatek at  -110 coming into this competition and she’s fully lived up to the hype so far.

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Martina Trevisan vs Aliaksandra Sasnovich Prediction

Two unranked players will clash in the fourth round on Sunday as Martina Trevisan faces Aliaksandra Sasnovich. This is the first-ever meeting between the Italian and Belarusian.

Trevisan beat Aussie Daria Saville in straight sets in the third round, 6-3, 6-4. In fact, she’s yet to drop a set in the French Open, previously beating Magda Linette and Harriet Dart. Trevisan made the quarterfinals at Roland Garros in 2020, but she’s yet to reach anything close to that since. However, the Italian has improved her game drastically over the last two years and continues to show tons of consistency from the baseline. Trevisan cranked 33 winners against Saville in a dominant performance.

Sasnovich had a slightly tougher road to this point, defeating Xinyu Wang, Emma Raducanu, and most recently, 21st ranked Angelique Kerber in the third round, 6-4, 7-6 (7-5). Raducanu also pushed her to the brink in a three-set win. Sasnovich won 71 points to 65 for Kerber on Friday and has never reached a quarterfinal.

I’m like Trevisan here. She’s won eight matches in a row now and just captured her very first title in Morocco. The moneyline offers huge value since she’s considered an underdog.

Pick: Martina Trevisan +100

Daria Kasatkina vs Camila Giorgi Prediction

Two in-form players lock horns in the Round of 16 as Daria Kasatkina faces off with Camila Giorgi. Kasatkina won her only other meeting with Giorgi in 2020 in Lyon, 6-2, 4-6, 6-2. The 2018 French Open quarterfinalist easily took out Shelby Rogers in the third round in two sets, 6-3, 6-2. In fact, Kasatkina has only dropped 10 games at Roland Garros through her first three matches.

Giorgi just pulled off a dramatic upset, knocking off No. 7 Aryna Sabalenka 4-6, 6-1, 6-0 on Saturday. This is the first time the Italian has made the Round of 16 in the French capital. After dropping the opening set, Giorgi fired back and used her lethal backhand and resiliency to beat Sabalenka.

Giorgi owns five wins in her previous seven outings against players ranked within the top 10. Although she did lose against Kasatkina two years ago, I’m siding with the Italian here to keep rolling and take this match in the full three sets.

Pick: Camila Giorgi to Win in Three Sets (+475)

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Elise Mertens vs Coco Gauff Prediction

American Coco Gauff, who hasn’t dropped a set so far at Roland Garros, takes on Elise Mertens on Sunday.

The Belgian looked very good in the third round, beating Varvara Gracheva 6-2, 6-3. Mertens broke six times in nine service games and manage to hold it together on her own serves, getting broke only twice. She ended up progressing past the second round after Marie Bouzkova withdrew, but Mertens also showed well in the opening round vs. Elena Gabriela Ruse, winning 6-3, 6-1. She has a 2-2 record on clay this season.

Gauff is the youngest player left at the French Open and still proving she could be a potential contender to win it all. The 18-year-old breezed past Rebecca Marino, Alison Van Uytvanck, and Kaia Kanepi in the previous rounds. Kanepi’s big serve looked to potentially be a problem for Gauff but she pulled through and thrived with her backhand and ability to return first serves at a high rate.

Gauff has yet to face a ranked opposition at Roland Garros. No. 31 Mertens is evidently her first test and she took her out in three sets in 2020 in their only other meeting. That being said, the American also thrives on clay, compiling a 37-16 record. Expect that to come into play in another straight-set victory.

Pick: Coco Gauff to Win in Two Sets (+108)

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Author: Micheal May