Tennis Tips & Predictions: Australian Open Women's Tournament

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The Women’s side has been largely filled with great storylines leading up to the AO 2023 .

Multiple players have a legitimate shot at winning the whole thing, but few have as much conviction as Iga Swiatek.

The world #1 will be commanding the rest of the field, which has gotten stronger in recent weeks.

Tennis in these conditions can be especially brutal for the WTA and the player who emphasizes their stamina could be absolutely in for the lottery.

Throwing all the drama to the side, there is an extra hunger for many of these players to do well in these two weeks.

There isn’t anything they’d rather have than a GS trophy under their belt, with how this season draws out.

These first months will be hugely telling who could turn up in the rankings, as well as downturns.

WTA has produced some great moments in 2022, and 2023 will look to be no different.

Calling in all nations for support, let’s get into the diverse women’s field we have for AO 2023!

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Players to Watch For

Clarity in the Work - Iga Swiatek

The world #1 is making waves to assure another GS trophy ends up in her cabinet.

Setting up her traps in the shop, Swiatek doesn’t necessarily have the greatest game for hard courts.

However, she has finally made it click in all different conditions.

The forehand spin has dominated most opponents on hard courts, grass, and clay.

The backhand has also finally picked up the pace as well, and her serve in the process.

It is quite weird to see Swiatek’s progression to an all-court player, but tennis fans know she deserves it.

A former junior prodigy, Swiatek only took a year or two to mature into this absolute leader amongst the pack.

Look for Swiatek to demand respect on the court from her peers, no matter the situation.

She will be a huge favourite in each match, and to win the tournament overall.

Winner in Adelaide - Aryna Sabalenka

The Belarusian #1 has finally got back on the winning side of things.

An eleven-time WTA title holder, Aryna Sabalenka has her mojo back.

Making things easy on herself last week in Adelaide, Sabalenka rides into the Aussie Open with tons of momentum.

She is one of the few players who have the power to take down anyone on the other side of the net, while also having insane moments where you question the thinking.

In recent times though, Sabalenka has finally realized her game plan and hopes to implement it in AO 2023.

Waiting on the Slam - Cori (CoCo) Gauff

Coco Gauff was a winner in Auckland last week and proved that she is to stay amongst the elite of the sport.

Trading blows with the best of them, her flawless week reflected her potential to dominate the tennis scene.

Gauff will need to lock in and reduce the double faults in order to go far within this tournament, but the rest of her game has filled out nicely.

If she can click on serve and make her return games less stressful, the world needs to watch out badly.