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Iga Swiatek vs Coco Gauff Odds & Prediction – French Open Quarterfinals Women’s Singles

Hayley Graham

by Hayley Graham in Tennis

Updated Jun 6, 2023 · 12:31 PM PDT

Iga Swiatek serving a ball during a tennis match.
May 30, 2023; Paris, France; Iga Swiatek (POL) serves against Cristina Bucsa (ESP) on day three at Stade Roland-Garros. Mandatory Credit: Susan Mullane-USA TODAY Sports
  • The quarterfinals at the French Open continue on Wednesday
  • Defending champion, Iga Swiatek will take on Coco Gauff
  • Continue below for odds, preview and prediction

The quarterfinals for women’s singles play at the 2023 French Open continue tomorrow with the final two matches. No. 1 seed Iga Swiatek and sixth seed Coco Gauff at scheduled to go head-to-head at 6:30 am ET tomorrow morning, in what should be a very exciting match to watch.

This will be the seventh meeting between the two young stars,  and their second French Open meeting.

Iga Swiatek vs Coco Gauff Odds

Player Spread Moneyline Total
[1] Iga Swiatek -6.5 (-115) -1200 Ov 17.5 (-130)
[6] Coco Gauff +6.5 (-105) +700 Un 17.5 (+110)

No surprise here that Swiatek that is the heavy favorite heading into this match. Her French Open odds to win the tournament have just continued to shorten as the tournament has gone on. She is still the favorite to win with -175 odds.

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Swiatek’s Walkover into the Quarterfinals

For the fourth straight year, the 22-year old Pole sees herself in the quarterfinals of the French Open. This time is wasn’t the way one would choose to go, after her opponent Lesia Tsurenko retired from their match. Swiatek was leading 5-1 in the first set when the match stopped.

But how has the defending champion done in the rest of the tournament? Swiatek has won 11 straight at Roland Garros, as now has an overall record of 25-2 at the Slam. Over the past week, Swiatek has not dropped a single set, and has only lost a total of nine games.

Third Straight for Gauff

Yes, she’s only 19-years old. And yes, this is her third straight French Open quarterfinal appearance.

This time around it was a straightforward win for the American. She went onto defeat Anna Karolina Schmiedlova 7-5, 6-2, to book her spot. Once again, her serves were a bit inconsistent, which against an opponent like Swiatek, can cost her the match. But overall, she played well, and managed to outplay her opponent.

A 2022 Finals Repeat

Swiatek has won every previous meeting between her and Gauff, building a 6-0 head-to-head record. They saw each other for the first time this year at the end of February at the Dubai Tennis Championships, and played each other in the final of the French Open last year.

Swiatek has also managed to win every match in straight sets. But will that happen again this match?

Swiatek vs Gauff Head-to-Head Stats

Iga Swiatek
VS
Coco Gauff
1 WTA Standing 6
22 Age 19
13 Career Titles 3
241/61 Career W/L 142/74
2 YTD Titles 1
28/6 YTD W/L 18/8
6 Head-to-Head Stats 1

Swiatek vs Gauff Pick

It doesn’t seem like Swiatek has really broken a sweat en route to the quartefinals here. She’s playing at such a high level that barely anyone has been able to touch. Gauff herself, has also had a very impressive tournament so far, but to compare the two, it’s not even close.

The two have similar styles of play, as they dominate from the baseline. You can see a bit more variety in Swiatek’s game, especially when she plays on clay. But both move very well on the court.

Gauff is still so young, and figuring out what works for her. Clay isn’t her strongest surface, which allows for Swiatek to already have an upper hand. Given her experience and success in Paris, expect Swiatek to come out of this match the winner, but Gauff will give her a run.

Best Bet: Swiatek 2-0 (-360)

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