2019 US Open Tennis Women’s Predictions

2019 US Open Tennis Women's Predictions

2019 US Open Tennis Women’s Predictions, Preview & Odds

The US Open Tennis is only days away so we have taken a look at the best US Open Tennis Women’s Predictions.

The start of the women’s final Grand Slam of the season is fast approaching, and it will present a final chance of the season to end the season in style.

All the leading contenders will be in the draw, but some may be feeling more pressure than others.

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2019 US Open Tennis Women’s Predictions: Serena Williams

The romantic winner in many people’s minds would be a success for Serena Williams. There is no doubting the quality that Williams has, but the record that she is chasing for the most Grand Slam titles is slowly becoming a burden and is affecting her performance.

It looked like that record was finally going to be hers in the last Grand Slam, when she performed excellently to reach the Wimbledon final. However, despite being the favourite to beat Simona Halep; she fell to a defeat in less than an hour.

The defeat was the worst that Williams has ever experienced in a Grand Slam final and showcased that the record is playing on her mind. The American made 26 unforced errors, which effectively meant that she handed the title to Halep rather than the Romanian winning it herself.

The US Open could present Williams a final chance to tie the record, and there wouldn’t be any more fitting venue than the very place she won her first 20 years ago.

No women can claim the same dominance as Williams at Flushing Meadows, and she would be the pick.

2019 US Open Tennis Women’s Predictions: Simona Halep & Naomi Osaka

Halep herself may feel that she can play the villain once again and win the US Open. She was energetic and ruthless throughout Wimbledon as she won only her second Grand Slam event.

Despite being ranked fourth, she will lead the main contenders who will be looking to topple Williams.

Another player that punters may be looking to follow will be Naomi Osaka. The Japanese player started the season excellently by winning the Australian Open.

This success cemented her second Grand Slam success following her win over Williams in the final of the US Open last year.

Osaka prefers the hard courts and will excel if she is able to replicate her form from earlier in the season. She will head into the competition as the number one seed after she replaced Ashleigh Barty at the summit.

2019 US Open Tennis Women’s Predictions: Ash Barty & Coco Gauff

Barty disappointed at Wimbledon despite being the heavy favourite, and she crashed out in the fourth round. However, this marked the fourth straight Grand Slam that she reached her career-best stage, but wasn’t what punters were expecting as she had won the French Open just a few months before.

One player that all American fans will be looking forward to seeing will be teenage superstar Coco Gauff. After winning two Junior Grand Slam events, she was given an invite to take part in the main draw at Wimbledon.

She shocked the tennis world to knock out Venus Williams before ultimately getting knocked out in the fourth round. It’s unlikely that she will win the US Open, but she will be one to keep an eye on.

2019 US Open Tennis Women’s Predictions

Osaka’s pedigree at the US Open is unquestionable, and that means that she will be there come the latter rounds.

It seems only a matter of time before Williams finally breaks the Grand Slam record and there would be no more fitting narrative than if she was to do it at Flushing Meadows.

2019 US Open Tennis Women’s Predictions: Serena Williams to win the US Open @ BetOnline

Alex Dudley
Alex Dudley
Alex has travelled the world covering major sporting events for various websites and publications. He has attended football European Championships, Rugby League and Union World Cups, and the Paralympics. He has covered wrestling, horse racing and boxing events and now his writing can be seen at BettingBoss.

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