Tennis Tips & Predictions: French Open - Women's Tournament June 7

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The Quarterfinal action is set to take place in Paris this mid-week, and the best players in the world are turning up to make their appearance.

Cutting the rest off, these final eight are the best the tournament has to offer, and it is a massive achievement to get here in the first place.

Getting here will not be enough for all of these involved, though.

The SF awaits, and only one person per match has a chance to get there.

Shotmaking is off the charts in this iteration of the French Open both on the men’s and women’s sides.

Entertaining to the core, there will be no other way to get there then push through against the fellow top players.

We have an exciting set of matches here to decipher, so let’s do it on’s sportsbook!

Making one more push to get into the second week of a Grand Slam is where most people are cut-off.

So let’s get into some of these matches for R3 on the WTA Side on!

Match Betting Previews

Beatriz Haddad Maia versus Ons Jabeur

Beatriz Haddad Maia went through one of the longest matches ever recorded in women’s grand slam history this past weekend, and she still has plenty in the tank.

The Brazilian #1 has been on an upward trajectory for the past 1.5 years and she looks to keep going.

Matching her best result at a slam already, Maia has an opportunity to really set her career into the next gear.

Already cracking the top twenty was a significant achievement, and she will have a real game opponent in Ons Jabeur this quarterfinal.

Ons Jabeur has been the definition of powerful with her game on the WTA Tour over the past three to four years.

Deciding to drop all the negatives from her life and truly focus on tennis has served the Tunisian well.

Reaching two Grand Slam finals in one season, Jabeur is looking to take that next step by adding the trophy to her cabinet.

Winning the French Open as a junior is one way to familiarize yourself with the scenery, and there is no doubt that she will be looking to edge Haddad Maia out in this one.

Betting Prediction - Over on total games as both of these women are a tough out, and fighters by heart.

Iga Swiatek versus Coco Gauff

Iga Swiatek and Coco Gauff are the definition of battlers, and both have had great career records on the clay surface, particularly at RG.

Iga has been the definition of domination and Gauff has been wildly consistent in her performances against opponents as well.

The head to head record is truly remarkable, though. Swiatek leads by six wins to none, which will already intimidate Gauff before taking court for the match.

Gauff has a lot of athleticism and skill within her game, but her forehand remains one of the weakest shots in tennis.

Swiatek will look to exploit openings and take the game into her own hands before Gauff can do anything about it.

Betting Prediction - Swiatek in two sets, under on total games even though Gauff may pose the biggest challenge yet.