French Open 2023 women’s singles predictions, odds and favorites rankings

French Open 2023 women’s singles predictions, odds and favorites rankings

Have a look at who are the top heavy favourites in women’s singles in the Roland Garros 2023 as the major near its commencement and the winner predictions at the French Open

Iga Swiatek is the undisputed favourite to win, and she will probably be followed by Aryna Sabalenka and Elena Rybakina for the second Grand Slam of the year.

French Open 2023 women’s singles winner predictions, odds and favorites rankings

1- Iga Swiatek

The current overwhelming favourite to win the French Open is Iga Swiatek, the reigning women’s singles winner. Even while her performance coming up to the tournament has been much less stunning than it was last year, she is still the player to beat on clay. According to BetMGM, she has -120 odds to win her third title in Paris.

In other words, a $120 bet will fetch a $100 if Swiatek wins the championship. The Pole hopes to capture her third title at the venue in the last four years. She has shown to be the best claycourt player by her performances, and the odds reflect this.

2- Aryna Sabalenka

Aryna Sabalenka enjoyed a season full of standout performances, but she suffered her first setback of the year in the Italian Open. Although she was defeated in the second round, she still has +500 chances to finish behind Swiatek in the French Open standings. She too has a chance to move up the leaderboard with a solid showing there.


3- Elena Rybakina

Elena Rybakina is third behind the two with +800 odds. She struggled to get going on clay courts, but she recently won the Italian Open title as Anhelina Kalinina couldn’t stop the Kazakh from earning her biggest title on the red dirt. Given her current form, she stands a good chance of surpassing her prior performance of quarterfinalist at the French Open.

4- Ons Jabeur or Barbora Krejcikova

Ons Jabeur and Barbora Krejcikova are tied for fourth with +1400 odds. Both of them are seasoned claycourt competitors. Meanwhile, concerns about an injury have dimmed the Tunisian’s chances of having a successful run in Paris.

On the other side, Krejcikova has won the French Open once, but her most recent results don’t give her much hope of doing it again.


5- Paula Badosa

Despite having quite contrasting clay-season achievements, Paula Badosa and Coco Gauff both have odds of +1600.

Throughout her four tournaments, Badosa shown a high degree of consistency, while Gauff could only manage a 3-3 singles record. With Jessica Pegula, the youngster did particularly well in doubles, reaching the finals in Madrid and Rome.


The American teen who came in second to Swiatek last year has an opportunity to make some noise this time around with a favourable draw.