Ons Jabeur vs Iga Swiatek – Pick. We are in the home stretch, and we want to make this bet before returning to next week’s bread & butter.
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ONS JABEUR vs IGA SWIATEK – PICK
US OPEN FINAL
For the record, past meetings are 2-2, and it’s 1-1 on hard court.
The final of the U.S. Open is between the top two seeds. While both players have had challenges making this stage, the cream rose to the top!
In the semi-final, Iga Świątek came from a set down to beat Aryna Sabalenka. After being overpowered in the first set, the 21-year-old bounced back to win the next two 6/1 6/4. However, despite coming through that encounter, we believe Sabalenka made it easy on the Polish player!
On that note, the net shot Aryna missed on set point was ridiculous. With the whole court to aim at, Sabalenka volleyed into the net. While the Belarusian again dominated large parts of the 3rd set, she lost her composure when serving to stay in the match at 4/5. In summary, it was an opportunity missed for Sabalenka, and her profile suggested that would be the case.
Swiatek wins matches by hanging in there! Iga is not the most gifted player on tour, but she does have the right mindset. Suffice to say, that is often enough in WTA.
Meanwhile, Ons Jabeur was made to fight through the early rounds. In fact, the Tunisian player needed a 7/5 in matches against Madison Brengle and Elizabeth Mandlik. In the third round, Shelby Rogers took the 28-year-old the distance, and then came two big battles.
The first of those was against Veronika Kudermetova (7/6 6/4), and then followed a 6/4 7/6 against Ajla Tomljanovic. With that in mind, Jabeurs’ thrashing (6/1 6/3) of the very much in form Caroline Garcia was not expected. While we thought Garcia’s game would suit Ons, the scoreline says it all!
In that last match, Jabeur showed all her qualities. Watch the finesse of her single harm backhand because it is one for the textbook. Her execution at the net is like it should be, and she must have the best lob in the industry. In short, Jabeur is the real deal, and on a good day, she can beat anyone!
For the most part, Jabeur did more to reach the final. Her semi-final win was the performance of the tournament, and she appears to be fully in the zone. The conundrum is whether Jabeur will believe in herself enough to see it through. The last word, we have to take the risk!
BET: ONS JABEUR