Iga Swiatek was impressive during her first-round victory at Wimbledon, and there’s a lot to like about her in this tournament, where she’s currently favored to win.
Wimbledon odds have her currently at +130 to win it all.
Swiatek opened the tournament with a straight-sets victory over Jana Fett, and she’ll get ready to take on Lesley Pattinama Kerkhove in second-round action on Thursday.
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Petra Kvitova, the 25th seed, had no issues in her opener against Jasmine Paolini, defeating the Italian in three sets. Kvitova owns the third-highest odds of winning the tournament, which might come as a surprise with her lower seed. Like Swiatek and Kvitova, Ons Jabeur handled her business in first-round action, winning in straight sets.
Swiatek currently owns the highest odds to win at Wimbledon at +130, while Jabeur boasts the second-highest at +500. Those two respective players are the only ones with odds above +1000, with Kvitova sitting with the third-highest at +1100, Cori Gauff at +1200, and Simona Halep and Emma Raducanu at +1400.
Anett Kontaveit, the second seed, is someone to follow, opening with odds at +2000 and seeing them fall to +4000 after a straight-sets opening-round victory over Bernarda Pera.
If that holds, there’s a good chance that’s a value price to pay for the Estonian, who’s only drawn in 0.2% of tickets and 0.1% of the handle. She will take on Jule Niemeier in second-round action later today.
Tickets have been relatively spread out, with Swiatek drawing in 23.6% to lead the pack, followed by Serena Williams with 17.3%, and Ons Jabeur with 11.3%. Those three players are the only ones with more than 10% of tickets, but rounding out the top 5 are Cori Gauff with 7.2% and Canadian Bianca Andreescu with 5.5%.
Nearly 50% of the money has come in towards Swiatek, who owns 47.1% of the handle. The only other player that owned more than 10% was Williams, who boasted 17.2%. Rounding out the top three is Jabeur, who holds 8.5% of the handle.
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