Tennis Tips and Predictions: WTA Finals Fort Worth

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There is a ton of hype surrounding the final Championship to conclude the women’s tennis season.

The WTA Finals are set to take place in Fort Worth, Texas this week.

The world’s eight top players are set to compete against one another for the biggest seasonal trophy in all the WTA.

These players have put in blood, sweat, and tears to qualify for this tournament both on the doubles and singles side.

There are about 1000+ other professionals at any given time who are playing on the WTA tour, so this is a big accomplishment for these women.

A hard court to decide it all, the final eight will have to employ some adaptability to their game.

Playing in the Fort Worth conditions will be nice, but also tricky at first.

The player who adjusts their game the best will be hoisting up the trophy in this bright and early start to November, so watch out for a few of these key players below!’s sportsbook is the premier place to bet the WTA Finals and more!

Players to Watch

Iga Swiatek

After another year of proving dominance, Iga Swiatek has another year-end final to lock up under her belt.

The Polish and World #1 is truly the best Women’s tennis player on the planet and there have been many attempts to stop her reign.

Nothing has come close, though, and she has come through time and time again in important finals.

With such a heavy backhand and forehand, Iga often gets her shots into trouble opponents without even trying.

Her spin is one of the nastiest to play against on the tour and she can set up big shots for free points shortly afterwards.

Fort Worth will be a great time for Iga to settle down and put together the lessons she has learned from this year for a final title push.

Look for her to be the clear favourite but challenged one to say the least.

Jessica Pegula

Daughter of Bills Owner, Jessica Pegula has made a name for herself outside of the family.

Jessica has enjoyed a career high season which was capped off with a WTA 1000 win in Guadalajara this past October.

Pegula is the leader for women’s American tennis right now and that does not look to be changing anytime soon.

Her powerful groundstrokes have helped her move up the rankings at an alarming pace, now currently sitting at the number three spot in the world.

Hard courts have been her specialty since her breakout onto the scene, and this tournament being held in the United States will help her out even further.

Out of all the players who would thrive in such conditions, Pegula could be one to watch for this weekend.

Ons Jabeur

Tunisian Ons Jabeur has done mostly everything right in 2022, having fallen short in two grand slam finals.

The number two ranked player is a highlight of the women’s game and demands respect from every opponent that faces her on the court.

The variety associated with the world #2 is stunning and is on full display every time she takes the court.

Jabeur will be locked in for a chance at a world title this week and expect her to come out guys blazing with full shot-making ability to boot.