Breaking Down Pegula vs Collins Odds at Women’s French Open

  • Jessica Pegula and Danielle Collins meet for a fifth time in their careers at the French Open Women’s singles tournament on Sunday.
  • Pegula is 4-0 against Danielle Collins all time and has won the first set in all four matches.
  • There are -325 odds for Pegula to win the first set and -450 odds to win outright at the French Open.

PARIS – World No. 3 ranked Jessica Pegula will face No. 45 ranked Danielle Collins as a -450 favorite in the round of 64 at the French Open Women’s Singles Tournament. Pegula has beaten Collins in all four of their head-to-head matches and has -125 odds to cover the 5.0-game spread on Sunday.

French Open Women’s Singles Pegula Vs Colins Odds

Player: Spread: Moneyline: Total:
Danielle Collins +5.0 (-105) +350 O19.5 (-120)
Jessica Pegula -5.0 (-125) -450 U19.5 (-110)

Jessica Pegula covered the spread when she faced Danielle Collins in the Miami Open this year.

The over at 19.5 games has value with -120 odds at online sportsbooks based on Danielle Collins’ success in the second set. In each of their last two matches, Collins won six games in the second set, causing both matches to go over 19.5 games.

Despite her success in the second set, Pegula has crushed her in the first set in all four head-to-head matches. Pegula outscored her 24-10 in the first set, giving value to her -105 odds at online tennis sportsbooks to cover the 2.5-game spread in the first set.

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Pegula vs Collins First Set Odds

Player: Spread: Moneyline: Total:
Danielle Collins +2.5 (-125) +230 O9.0 (-120)
Jessica Pegula -2.5 (-105) -325 U9.0 (-110)

Danielle Collins has dropped the first set in each of her last five matches against players ranked in the top 25. Jessica Pegula ranks third in the WTA Singles Rankings, giving value to Pegula’s -325 odds to win the first set for a fifth straight match against Danielle Collins.