Iga Swiatek vs Jana Fett
London, Great Britain
In the Round of 128, we expect many new Wimbledon appearances this season. The upcoming game will be featuring Iga Swiatek and Jana Fett in London, UK. It’s the World No. 1 against a qualifier from Croatia. The game is expected to be a one-sided encounter with both players looking to win; however, the World No.1 will be the absolute favorite to win.Receive Your Sign-Up Bonus!
Iga Swiatek - In Red Hot Winning Form
Iga Swiatek, the current world No. 1, will face Jana Fett, a Croatian qualifier, on Tuesday in the First Round of the 2022 Wimbledon competition. In the previous four months, Swiatek was just unstoppable. The Pole entered Roland Garros in May as the clear favorite for the championship after winning tour championships in Doha, Indian Wells, Miami, Stuttgart, and Rome. The 21-year-old had little opposition during a spectacular week in which she dropped only one set on the way to winning her second French Open title. Not to forget that Iga Swiatek is also in the run for achieving the feat of longest match winning streak of 36. If she wins against Fett, which she should, then she will be the foremost player in the century to win 35 consecutive games.
Jana Fett - Consistently Making Efforts to Win
The Zagreb-born athlete mostly competes in tour-level qualifying rounds and on the ITF circuit. In terms of wins and losses heading into Wimbledon, Fett, who is ranked 254th right now, has a 15-15 record. Before replicating the feat at Wimbledon this week, she qualified for the main event at both WTA Birmingham and ITF Surbiton earlier this month. She is familiar with the conditions at SW19 and will hope that it helps her against Swiatek, who hasn’t participated in any Wimbledon warm-up events this year. She has previously won three matches there in qualifying.
Expert Betting Tips
Despite not having played any grasscourt warm-up matches before Wimbledon, Swiatek’s opponent is far more skilled and experienced than she is. Swiatek has undoubtedly found it difficult to make the switch from clay to grass, but she does have a junior Wimbledon victory to her credit. She made significant surface progress the previous year before losing to Ons Jabeur in Wimbledon’s fourth Round. We can expect Swiatek to win two straight sets and dominate every point against Jana Fett.
- Iga Swiatek To Win And Total < 15.5 - No for 1.52
- Total Even - Yes for 1.8
- 1st Set = 2nd Set for 4.94