At just 17 years old Iga Swiatek is one of the up-and-coming stars on the tour.
She already has numerous Junior titles and ITF wins under her belt – 5 of which were on Clay.
The young Pole has also had a great build-up to the French where she got to a WTA final and dealt blows to many higher-ranked players along the way.
On the other hand Wang has been very unimpressive (disappointing even) as of late so we see some value at 8/11. Back Swiatek to get one of her biggest wins to date!
Sakkari has been in the form of her life in the build up to the French dealing blows to many of the big names on the tour e.g. Konta, Kontaveit and Mladenovic.
Her stats are also top 5 for ladies in the build to French Open and we fancy her to go far at Roland Garros.
Although a decent player Siniakova hasn’t played anywhere near her best in the run up to the French. Sakkari to win 2-0 at Evens as part of the Set Betting market is easy money.
Neither player has set the tour alight lately but we feel there is some value in Puig taking a set off Kasatkina.
Since reaching the WTA Charleston final at the beginning of April, Puig has had some bad beats along the way, even though her stats were well above tour average.
On the other hand, Kasatkina has been nowhere to be seen since October of last year. Kasatkina looks a bit short here so back Puig on the +1.5 Set Handicap at 4/9.
Odds correct at time of posting but subject to change.