Iga Swiatek vs. Ons Jabeur US Open Finals Betting

  • Iga Swiatek has -185 odds to defeat Ons Jabeur in the US Open final.
  • The two women have split their previous matchups 2-2, with Swiatek winning the most recent one.
  • Jabeur is coming off of a finals loss at Wimbledon.

NEW YORK - Iga Swiatek and Ons Jabeur are set to meet in the final of the US Open on Saturday.

Swiatek, the number one ranked women’s tennis player in the world, had +150 odds to win the tournament entering the semifinals, but now has -185 odds to do so at online sportsbooks.

US Open Women’s Final Odds: Iga Swiatek vs. Ons Jabeur Moneyline

  • Iga Swiatek -185
  • Ons Jabeur +155

Swiatek and Jabeur have played four times in their careers, with Swiatek winning twice, and Jabeur winning twice.

Their last matchup was in 2022 at the Rome Masters, where Swiatek dominated, winning 6-2 6-2.

This matchup was also a Finals matchup, whereas their other matchups have happened far before the Finals.

The US Open is played on a hard court, which Swiatek and Jabeur have matched up on twice before.

In 2021, they faced off in the Cincinnati Masters, with Jabeur winning 6-3 6-3. In 2019, they battled on a hard court in Washington D.C., and Swiatek won in three sets.

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It should be noted that Jabeur, at 28, is far more experienced than Swiatek, who is 21, but Swiatek’s rapid improvement over the past few years has left her as the unquestioned favorite.

Swiatek already has two Grand Slam titles under her belt, while Jabeur has always fallen short – most recently in the Final of Wimbledon – but her rapid improvement this year has her feeling confident.

“Two in a row feels amazing,” Jabeur said of her second consecutive Grand Slam final appearance. “After Wimbledon, there was a lot of pressure on me, and I’m really relieved that I can back up my results.”

While the WTA currently ranks her fifth, she’s not very far behind second-ranked Anett Kontaveit, but Swiatek is uncatchable at the top of the rankings.

Perhaps, however, she’s not unbeatable on the court.