Iga Swiatek v Alize Cornet live stream | Wimbledon 2022 preview

World number one Iga Swiatek and Alize Cornet will square off in the round of 16 of Wimbledon 2022 on Saturday.

Swiatek has been amazing this season and she enters this match on the back of 37 consecutive victories. She has won six titles so far this year, including the French Open a month ago.

The Polish star began her Wimbledon 2022 adventure with a comfortable win against Fett, but then survived a huge scare against lucky loser Lesley Pattinama.

Last year at Wimbledon, Swiatek lost to Ons Jabeur in the fourth round, so she will now look to at least match her last year’s performance.

Cornet has won five of her last six matches on the grass surface.  She did well to reach the Semi-Finals in Bad Homburg a week ago and followed this up with two comfortable wins in the first two rounds at Wimbledon.

Cornet’s record in third-round matches in Grand Slams is not great, as she has only won six matches in 20 appearances.

Our prediction for this clash is Over 19.5 Games at odds of 5/6 with Bet365.

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Iga Swiatek crashed out of Wimbledon on Saturday, after being beaten 6-4, 6-2 by Alize Cornet, her first defeat in 37 matches. 

Swiatek has had a sensational 2022, rising to number one in the world ranking, making the semi finals of the Australian Open and winning the French Open. It’s been an incredible six months for the Polish superstar and she’s targeting a win at Wimbledon to really move herself into the elite of women’s tennis.

The 21 year old enjoyed her run in the Australian Open, reaching the semi finals by beating Daria Kasatkina, Sorana Cîrstea and Kaia Kanepi before falling to Danielle Collins. Her French Open victory was very impressive with Swiatek dropping just one set on her way to the trophy and losing just 12 games in the latter stages in a truly dominant display.

Swiatek rose to world number one in April, a culmination of her winning four of the first five WTA 1000 events including the Miami Open, Indian Wells Open and the Italian Open and whilst she’s had a great year, a third round exit at Wimbledon will be a huge disappointment for her.

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World number one Iga Swiatek will face rank outsider Jana Fett in the first round of the 2022 Wimbledon on Tuesday.

Swiatek is without doubt the best female player on the circuit after recently winning titles in Doha, Indian Wells, Miami, Stuttgart, Rome, and Roland Garros. She has been unstoppable in the last four months and is currently on a 35-match winning streak.

She has not played any tournaments in the run-up to Wimbledon, but this shouldn’t be a concern for the Pole. Her most recent match on grass was at Wimbledon last year where she lost to Ons Jabeur in the Round of 16.

She is now tied with Venus Williams for the longest winning streak this century and a win against Fett today will see the Pole breaking this record.

Meanwhile, Fett has been inconsistent before the beginning of the grass season. However, she managed to put together some good results on this surface this month. Fett has won five of her eight matches on grass, including three qualifiers here at Wimbledon.

Jana’s best performance in a Grand Slam was a second-round appearance at the Australian Open back in 2018 when she had two match points in her match against Wozniacki.

We expect Iga to comfortably win this match, so our prediction is Asian Handicap -7.5 Games on the Pole.

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Iga Swiatek is the overwhelming favourite heading into Wimbledon but can she live up to the hype? We take a look her potential route to the final.

It’s been a superb 2022 for the Polish superstar, reaching the Australian Open semi final before winning her second French Open title at just 21 years of age. She’s the favourite of many heading into Wimbledon and will certainly be looking to claim her second Grand Slam of the year whilst in a rich vein of form.

There looks as though there could be stiff opposition from Coco Gauff, the loser in the final at the French Open, and a returning Serena Williams but Swiatek is well placed to cement her place as world number one.

A kinder draw for Swiatek has boosted her chances further but it still far from a foregone conclusion that she will be leaving SW19 with silverware.

Read on to see the potential route to the final for Swiatek.


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Iga Swiatek potential route to Wimbledon final

Round Opponent
Round one Beat Jana Fett 6-0, 6-3
Round two Beat Lesley Kerkhove  6-4, 4-6, 6-3
Round three Lost to Alize Cornet 4-6, 2-6
Round four
Quarter-final
Semi-final
Final

Who are the favourites to win Wimbledon 2022?

Men’s Tournament

Player Sky Bet Paddy Power
Novak Djokovic 8/15 4/9
Rafael Nadal 5/1 4/1
Carlos Alcaraz 8/1 15/2
Nick Kyrgios 8/1 7/1
Taylor Fritz 28/1 25/1

Ladies Tournament

Player Sky Bet Paddy Power
Jelena Ostapenko 6/1 11/2
Heather Watson 40/1 50/1
Amanda Anisimova 10/1 17/2
Ons Jabeur 2/1 21/10
Simona Halep 4/1 4/1

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Iga Swiatek claimed her second French Open title after defeating Coco Gauff 6-1 6-3 in the final on Saturday.

The world number one became the 10th multiple female champion at Roland Garros of the Open Era as she wrapped up victory in just 68 minutes on Chatrier.

Already a champion in Doha, Indian Wells, Miami, Stuttgart and Rome this season, Swiatek is the first player to win six successive titles on the WTA tour since Justine Henin between 2007 and 2008.

The 21-year-old also extended her winning streak to a record-equalling 35 matches, while becoming the youngest multiple Slam winner since a then 19-year-old Maria Sharapova doubled her career tally at the 2006 US Open.

This was the youngest female final at Roland Garros since Martina Hingis and Iva Majoli contested the 1997 Championship match.

But the nerves were evident in maiden Slam finalist Gauff, who was the sixth American of the Open Era to reach the final in the French capital without dropping a set.

The unforced errors quickly tallied up for the 18-year-old and the in-form Swiatek, who had won 54 of her previous 56 sets, took full advantage.

An early double-break saw the Pole quickly stamp her authority on proceedings as she opened up a 4-0 lead, before holding to wrap up the opening set in just 35 minutes.

Gauff responded well with a break and hold at the start of the second, but her third double fault of the final enabled her opponent to break back and level at 2-2.

It was very much one-way traffic from there; Swiatek making it five consecutive games as she moved to the brink of a second title in Paris.

Gauff stopped the rot and held for 5-3, but she only delayed the inevitable momentarily. Her opponent required no second opportunity to add to her ever-growing silverware collection.

Iga Swiatek returns to the French Open final where she will face teenage sensation Cori Gauff at Roland Garros on Saturday.

Swiatek has extended her remarkable winning streak to 34 matches after defeating Daria Kasatkina in the Semi-Finals in straight sets. It was the fourth time this year that the Pole has dispatched Kasatkina and has done so in a dominant manner, winning the match 6-2, 6-1.

Swiatek has dominated the season so far with five titles, while going undefeated since February when she last suffered a loss at the hands of Jelena Ostapenko.

Swiatek’s record in the finals is just as unbelievable as she has only lost one out of 16 played. In addition, she has never lost a set or more than five games in each of her eight tour-level title runs.

Gauff, meanwhile, has not dropped a single set at Roland Garros over the past fortnight, including a comfortable 6-3, 6-1 victory over Italy’s Martina Trevisan in the Semi-Finals.

Following her victory over Trevisan, Gauff became the youngest woman to make a Grand Slam final since 2004 Wimbledon champion Maria Sharapova.

The worrying news is that Gauff has never beaten a world number one in a completed match and she is now facing an opponent who is playing the tennis of her life.

Gauff may be the rank underdog in this matchup, but we expect her to test Swiatek, so our prediction is Over 18.5 Games at odds of 3/4 with Bet365.

Swiatek v Gauff is available to watch via a live stream on desktop, mobile or tablet devices from approximately 2pm BST.

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Iga Swiatek will play Coco Gauff in the French Open final following a commanding 6-2 6-1 victory over Daria Kasatkina on Thursday.

The world number one extended her winning streak to 34 matches after taking just over an hour to see off the 20th seed on Chatrier.

Swiatek – a five-time WTA winner in 2022 – became the first player to reach six or more finals during the opening six months of a WTA season since Serena Williams in 2013.

The 21-year-old is also the youngest female player to win 20 matches at Roland Garros since Martina Hingis 23 years ago.

Despite an early double-fault and seeing a break immediately cancelled out, Swiatek quickly took control against Kasatkina, who was appearing in her maiden semi-final at a Grand Slam having reeled off 10 successive sets without reply.

The top seed won 10 from 12 points on her first serve, while her opponent registered 15 unforced errors as she pulled away from 2-2 and broke to love to take the opening set.

The Pole only dropped one more game thereon as the pressure on the 20th seed began to tell. Indeed, she won 20 of the last 23 points to reach yet another final.

Standing in her way will be Gauff, who also saw off Martina Trevisan in straight sets 6-3 6-1.

The 18-year-old became the third-youngest female finalist at a Slam since 2000 – and youngest at Roland Garros since Kim Clijsters (2001).

Junior champion here in 2018, Gauff had lost her previous meeting with world number 59 Trevisan, who was also appearing in her first Slam semi-final.

But the teenager ensured there was no repeat of that second-round reverse from 2020.

After both players saw their service broken twice in the opening six games, Gauff established her authority on proceedings; winning nine of the last 10 to cruise through to the Championship match without dropping a single set.

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Title favourite Iga Swiatek will face Daria Kasatkina in the Semi-Finals of the 2022 French Open at Roland Garros on Thursday.

Swiatek has extended her winning streak to 33 matches thanks to another comfortable 2-0 victory in the quarterfinals of the French Open 2022. The Polish sensation defeated Jessica Pegula 6-3, 6-2 in a match in which she had as many unforced errors as winners.

The only negative for Swiatek is that she didn’t manage to win another Slam title since her triumph in Paris two years ago. However, she has converted her previous Semi-Finals into titles and she is now on a 33-match winning streak. This is actually the third-longest winning run in the 21st century.

On the flip side, Kasatkina has had a flawless run to the semi-finals of the French Open 2022. She is yet to lose a set on Parisian courts so far this year, having beaten the likes of Sramkova, Contreras Gomez, Rogers, Giorgi, and Kudermetova.

This is the fourth time that Kasatkina has reached the Last Four of a tournament this year, following Semi-Final appearances in Melbourne, Sydney and Rome.

Our prediction for this match is Over 17.5 Games at odds of 4/6 with Bet365.

Swiatek v Kasatkina is available to watch via a live stream on desktop, mobile or tablet devices from approximately 2.00pm BST.

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Iga Swiatek and Jessica Pegula will face off in the Quarter-Finals of the 2022 French Open at Roland Garros on Wednesday.

Swiatek has finally lost a set after a month since the Semi-Finals in Stuttgart. She survived a huge scare against Zheng Qinwen, the 19-year-old who caused some upsets in the opening rounds of this year’s French Open.

Swiatek, the odds-on pre-tournament favourite, lost the opening set in a tiebreaker, but then bounced back with two comfortable 6-0, 6-2 sets to win the contest.

Her best Grand Slam result since winning the French Open 2020 is a Semi-Final appearance at the Australian Open back in January.

Swiatek’s stats in professional tournaments is hugely impressive as she boasts a 21-2 win-loss record in Quarter-Finals.

Pegula, on the other hand, has been struggling with consistency in Paris over the past week, but is now into the second week here for the first time in her career.

Prior to this year’s French Open, Pegula had won just two main draw matches on Parisian courts.

The American holds an 8-8 record in the Quarter-Finals, but seven out of these eight defeats came after the lockdown period. Pegula has played just two Grand Slam quarterfinals, both at the Australian Open and lost each of them.

We expect Under 19.5 Games at odds of 7/10 with Bet365.

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Top seed Iga Swiatek will take on Qinwen Zheng in the Round of 16 of the French Open 2022 on Monday at 14.30pm (UK Time).

Iga Swiatek has increased her winning streak to an unbelievable number of 31 matches after her 2-0 victory over Kovinic in the third round of the French Open 2022. Iga is yet to drop a single set in Paris this year, having beaten the likes of Tsurenko, Riske and Kovinic in straight sets. She has actually won 48 of her last 49 sets.

She has now reached the 4th round in each French Open campaign, becoming the 4th woman to win 17 of her first 19 matches on Parisian courts.

On the flip side, Qinwen Zheng has had an amazing week in Paris so far after back-to-back victories over Zanevska, Halep, and Cornet. Overall, Zheng has had a solid year with a couple of good performances in Melbourne and also in the Orlando ITF tournament.

It is worth mentioning that Zheng has only won one match on clay courts prior to the start of the French Open 2022. She already caused one huge upset against Halep in the second round of the tournament, but we don’t think she has enough to record a shock today against Swiatek.

We fancy Under 18.5 Games at odds of 6/10 with Bet365.

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