2022 Porsche Tennis Grand Prix Betting Odds and Predictions

2022 Porsche Tennis Grand Prix Betting Odds and Predictions

The WTA Tour is in Stuttgart, Germany for the 2022 Porsche Tennis Grand Prix. TheSportsGeek has the latest Porsche Tennis Grand Prix odds from Stuttgart.

You’ve come to the right website if you are looking for Porsche Tennis Grand Prix predictions. We’re also preparing you for the tournament, with the best tennis betting sites for the Stuttgart Open.

The WTA Tour is coming off the Copa Colsanitas in Columbia. It was an unseeded final match with Laura Pigossi and Tatjana Maria, the final two standing.

Maria won the match 6-3, 4-6, 6-2 for her second career title. It was a good effort from Maria, but she will not be present in Germany looking for back-to-back wins.

She is taking this one off, but former US Open winner Bianca Andreescu is making her season debut in the Stuttgart Open. She has a Grand Slam title on her resume, but hasn’t been in the best form since then.

Andreescu has been bothered by injuries frequently. Knee injuries have been a recurring problem, and she dropped out of a match last year with an abdominal injury. The Canadian has also taken time off for her mental health.

She has to be the most intriguing player in Stuttgart. Her Porsche Tennis Grand Prix odds don’t suggest that it’s going to be an easy tournament.

If Andreescu is feeling healthy and at her best, maybe we have a +3300 upset. With Iga Swiatek in the Stuttgart Open field, she should make it tough on all participants in Germany.

Head below for the best Porsche Tennis Grand Prix odds and our free predictions.

Porsche Tennis Grand Prix Betting Odds

The WTA No. 1 will be active in Germany for the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix this week. Iga Swiatek is back after winning the WTA Miami Open on April 2.

It’s the third straight tournament that Swiatek has won, and she rates as the one to beat on the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix odds board. Swiatek entering the Stuttgart Open isn’t what the rest of the WTA wanted to see in Germany.

The following odds are courtesy of Bovada:
Odds Player Country
+125 Iga Swiatek Poland
+700 Aryna Sabalenka Belarus
+700 Paula Badosa Spain
+750 Maria Sakkari Greece
+1100 Anett Kontaveit Estonia
+1600 Cori “Coco” Gauff USA
+1600 Elena Rybakina Kazakstan
+1800 Ons Jabaur Tunsinia
+2000 Petra Kvitova Czechia
+2800 Karolina Pliskova Czechia
+2800 Marketa Vondrousova Czechia
+3300 Luca Brecel Belgium
+3300 Bianca Andreescu Canada
+4000 Ekaterina Alexandrova Russia

2022 Porsche Tennis Grand Prix Predictions

Iga Swiatek (+125)

When Ash Barty retired from tennis at just 25, the WTA was turned on its head unexpectedly. Barty could have stayed involved on the WTA Tour and won a lot more tournaments.

She was the clear No. 1 woman on a tennis court in the world. Not only was Barty going to win a lot of tournaments, but the Aussie would have added several Grand Slam wins to her resume.

After winning 15 career titles, including the Australian Open, French Open, and Wimbledon, Barty called it a career and is moving on to golf. If she were participating in the Stuttgart Open, her Porsche Tennis Grand Prix odds would have her as a favorite to win.

When a top-rated player retires, there is always going to be somebody who benefits the most. In this case, it’s Iga Swiatek. There isn’t much of a discussion regarding this.

Swiatek is only 20 and going to get better from here as well. The Pole is the youngest player ranked in the top-10 and is at No. 1 going into Germany.

She has six career titles on her mantle and is ready to add a lot more in the near future. It’s hard to ignore her match success rate; with a record of 172-49, Swiatek has won more than 70% of her matches.

Entering the Stuttgart Open, Swiatek is on fire with three straight tournaments won in the Qatar Open, Indian Wells Masters, and the Miami Open most recently two weeks ago.

Naomi Osaka reached the final against Swiatek, where she had nothing to offer against this budding star. Swiatek won in straight sets for a 6-4, 6-0 win.

In six matches at the Miami Open, Swiatek didn’t lose a set, not even needing a tiebreaker. Going back to the Indian Wells Masters, she has gone nine matches without losing a set.

The sky is the limit for Swiatek with Barty retiring from tennis. She has to be considered in any tournament where Swiatek is getting plus money to win. Her 2022 Porsche Tennis Grand Prix odds look good to bet in Stuttgart.

Swiatek is too good right now and should prove to be the best after taking last week off in Colombia. Her game will be too tough to beat if she avoids unforced errors, and she is a player who doesn’t make many mistakes.

Porsche Tennis Grand Prix Odds
Kyle E / Author

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