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Victoria Azarenka to Win
vs Andrea Petkovic
Reason for tip

With runs to the last 16 of both the Madrid Open and Italian Open recently, veteran Victoria Azarenka has been in pretty solid form and she should fancy her chances of beating Andrea Petkovic, who failed to make it beyond the qualifiers at the recent Italian Open.

Cameron Norrie to Win 3 - 0
vs Jason Kubler
Reason for tip

Seeded tenth in the men’s draw, Cameron Norrie hardly broke a sweat in his 7-5 6-2 6-0 defeat of Frenchman Manuel Guinard in the first round in Paris and can win in straight sets against Australian Jason Kubler, who battled through three qualifiers to reach the first round.

Kaia Kanepi to Win
vs Beatriz Haddad Maia
Reason for tip

Tricky Estonian Kaia Kanepi has enjoyed a busy clay-court season so far, making the last 16 of the Charleston Open, and the round of 32 at the Miami Open in recent months and she took down Garbine Muguruza in her first match in France. She can follow that up with victory over Brazilian Beatriz Haddad Maia.

Leylah Fernandez to Win
vs Katerina Siniakova
Reason for tip

Canadian teenager Leylah Fernandez still has a lot to learn but showed class in her straight-sets victory over Kristina Mladenovic in the first round in Paris. She can get the better of unseeded Katerina Siniakova, who had lost two of her last three matches coming into this tournament.

Tallon Griekspoor to Win
vs Brandon Nakashima
Reason for tip

A quarter-finalist at the recent Geneva Open, Dutchman Tallon Griekspoor has had a decent clay-court season so far and can build on his victory over Alejandro Davidovich Fokina in the first round with a second-round success against Brandon Nakashima.

Belinda Bencic to Win
vs Bianca Andreescu
Reason for tip

Belinda Bencic left nothing to chance in her first match in the French Open, swatting aside Reka Luca Jani 6-1 6-1, and she can make her experience count against youngster Bianca Andreescu, who had to fight back from a set down against Ysaline Bonaventure last time out.

Magda Linette to Win
vs Martina Trevisan
Reason for tip

Magda Linette of Poland should be full of confidence after knocking out one of the outright favourites Ons Jabeur in the first round of the French Open and she looks a solid bet to follow that up with victory against Martina Trevisan.

Daniel Evans to Win
vs Mikael Ymer
Reason for tip

It has not been the best clay-court season for Briton Dan Evans but he barely put a foot wrong in his straight-set dismantling of Francisco Cerundolo last time out and looks a decent bet against Swede Mikael Ymer. Ymer also came through his opener comfortably but has lost seven of his last eight matches.

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Leylah Fernandez to Win
vs Katerina Siniakova
Reason for tip

Canadian teenager Leylah Fernandez still has a lot to learn but showed class in her straight-sets victory over Kristina Mladenovic in the first round in Paris. She can get the better of unseeded Katerina Siniakova, who had lost two of her last three matches coming into this tournament.

Tallon Griekspoor to Win
vs Brandon Nakashima
Reason for tip

A quarter-finalist at the recent Geneva Open, Dutchman Tallon Griekspoor has had a decent clay-court season so far and can build on his victory over Alejandro Davidovich Fokina in the first round with a second-round success against Brandon Nakashima.

Belinda Bencic to Win
vs Bianca Andreescu
Reason for tip

Belinda Bencic left nothing to chance in her first match in the French Open, swatting aside Reka Luca Jani 6-1 6-1, and she can make her experience count against youngster Bianca Andreescu, who had to fight back from a set down against Ysaline Bonaventure last time out.

Magda Linette to Win
vs Martina Trevisan
Reason for tip

Magda Linette of Poland should be full of confidence after knocking out one of the outright favourites Ons Jabeur in the first round of the French Open and she looks a solid bet to follow that up with victory against Martina Trevisan.

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Magda Linette to Win
vs Martina Trevisan
Reason for tip

Magda Linette of Poland should be full of confidence after knocking out one of the outright favourites Ons Jabeur in the first round of the French Open and she looks a solid bet to follow that up with victory against Martina Trevisan.

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Iga Swiatek
French Open Women's Winner
Reason for tip

Polish star Iga Swiatek claimed French Open glory as a teenager two years ago and is a worthy favourite to regain her crown.

The 20-year-old warmed up for last year’s French Open title defence with a dominant victory at the Internazionali BNL d’Italia in Rome, before running out of steam and crashing out in the quarter-finals at Roland Garros.

But, despite her tender years, the world number nine is already the most consistent clay performer on the WTA Tour and her imperious forehand is well suited to the demands of this slower surface. A bit of luck with the draw and she could take some stopping.

Aryna Sabalenka
Wimbledon Women's Winner
Reason for tip

Belarusian powerhouse Aryna Sabalenka made the semi-finals in two of the four Grand Slam’s last season and Wimbledon 2022 could be where she finally makes her breakthrough.

The world number two is a prolific winner on the WTA Tour – she is a ten-time champion and five-time runner-up – and there was a lot to like about last season’s run to the last four at the All England Club.

The 23-year-old is all about brute force and she has a similar game to Serena Williams, who has spent her career dominating on grass with seven Wimbledon titles. With last year’s experience under her belt, Sabalenka could be ready to celebrate a top tier success.

Naomi Osaka
US Open Women's Winner
Reason for tip

There is going to be huge pressure on the shoulders of British star Emma Raducanu, who sprung a major surprise when winning the US Open as a qualifier last year, so Naomi Osaka look the best value in the market.

The Japanese superstar has claimed all four of her Grand Slam titles on a hard court, which includes here at Flushing Meadows in 2018 and 2020.

Osaka had a disrupted preparation in her title defence last year but if she can stay focused on the task ahead then she ought to take all the beating at a venue she clearly thrives at.

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Rafa Nadal
French Open Men's Winner
Reason for tip

Rafael Nadal won a record-breaking 21st Grand Slam at the Australian Open in January. 

The super Spaniard will turn 36 in June but has shown he can still operate to a high level, particularly on his beloved clay. Nadal has claimed silverware at Roland Garros a record 13 times and although he was beaten by Novak Djokovic in the semi-finals last year, that came on the back of an interrupted preparation.

The King of Clay understands that Paris is his best chance of another Major success and he will certainly be fully focused on the challenge ahead.

Matteo Berrettini
Wimbledon Men's Winner
Reason for tip

Matteo Berrettini was unable to emulate the heroics of his country Italy, who won the football European Championships last summer, but he went agonisingly close in doing so at Wimbledon.

The Rome native made his first Grand Slam final at SW19 last year and despite losing in four sets to world number one Djokovic, should have come out of the contest with his head held high.

The 25-year-old looked a natural on the grass, which brought out the best in his big serve and favoured backhand slice. 

Two of Berrettini’s five career titles have come on grass in Stuttgart and Queen’s Club and he is one of the few players whose game is suited to the surface, which suggests he could be the value play to upstage Djokovic.

Novak Djokovic
US Open Men's Winner
Reason for tip

The pressure ultimately got to Novak Djokovic at last year’s US Open, where he fell to Medeved at the final hurdle in his pursuit of the first calendar-year Grand Slam in men’s tennis since 1969.

Djokovic may have also run out of steam on the back of a busy campaign but he will have learned plenty from that and is unlikely to find himself in a similar situation this time around.

The Serb has made the US Open final in eight of his last 11 visits – winning it on three occasions – and he is likely to be hungry as he bids to set the record for the most ever Grand Slam title triumphs.

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Rafa Nadal
French Open Men's Winner
Reason for tip

Rafael Nadal won a record-breaking 21st Grand Slam at the Australian Open 2022 in January. 

The super Spaniard will turn 36 in June but has shown he can still operate to a high level, particularly on his beloved clay. Nadal has claimed silverware at Roland Garros a record 13 times and although he was beaten by Novak Djokovic in the semi-finals last year, that came on the back of an interrupted preparation.

The King of Clay understands that Paris is his best chance of another Major success and he will certainly be fully focused on the challenge ahead.

Iga Swiatek
French Open Women's Winner
Reason for tip

Polish star Iga Swiatek claimed French Open glory as a teenager two years ago and is a worthy favourite to regain her crown.

The 20-year-old warmed up for last year’s French Open title defence with a dominant victory at the Internazionali BNL d’Italia in Rome, before running out of steam and crashing out in the quarter-finals at Roland Garros.

But, despite her tender years, the world number nine is already the most consistent clay performer on the WTA Tour and her imperious forehand is well suited to the demands of this slower surface. A bit of luck with the draw and she could take some stopping.

Matteo Berrettini
Wimbledon Men's Winner
Reason for tip

Matteo Berrettini was unable to emulate the heroics of his country Italy, who won the football European Championships last summer, but he went agonisingly close in doing so at Wimbledon.

The Rome native made his first Grand Slam final at SW19 last year and despite losing in four sets to world number one Djokovic, should have come out of the contest with his head held high.

The 25-year-old looked a natural on the grass, which brought out the best in his big serve and favoured backhand slice. 

Two of Berrettini’s five career titles have come on grass in Stuttgart and Queen’s Club and he is one of the few players whose game is suited to the surface, which suggests he could be the value play to upstage Djokovic.

Aryna Sabalenka
Wimbledon Women's Winner
Reason for tip

Belarusian powerhouse Aryna Sabalenka made the semi-finals in two of the four Grand Slam’s last season and Wimbledon 2022 could be where she finally makes her breakthrough.

The world number two is a prolific winner on the WTA Tour – she is a ten-time champion and five-time runner-up – and there was a lot to like about last season’s run to the last four at the All England Club.

The 23-year-old is all about brute force and she has a similar game to Serena Williams, who has spent her career dominating on grass with seven Wimbledon titles. With last year’s experience under her belt, Sabalenka could be ready to celebrate a top tier success.

Novak Djokovic
US Open Men's Winner
Reason for tip

The pressure ultimately got to Novak Djokovic at last year’s US Open, where he fell to Medeved at the final hurdle in his pursuit of the first calendar-year Grand Slam in men’s tennis since 1969.

Djokovic may have also run out of steam on the back of a busy campaign but he will have learned plenty from that and is unlikely to find himself in a similar situation this time around.

The Serb has made the US Open final in eight of his last 11 visits – winning it on three occasions – and he is likely to be hungry as he bids to set the record for the most ever Grand Slam title triumphs.

Naomi Osaka
US Open Women's Winner
Reason for tip

There is going to be huge pressure on the shoulders of British star Emma Raducanu, who sprung a major surprise when winning the US Open as a qualifier last year, so Naomi Osaka look the best value in the market.

The Japanese superstar has claimed all four of her Grand Slam titles on a hard court, which includes here at Flushing Meadows in 2018 and 2020.

Osaka had a disrupted preparation in her title defence last year but if she can stay focused on the task ahead then she ought to take all the beating at a venue she clearly thrives at.

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