The best okbet tennis bets for the 2022 US Open semifinals are on Garcia vs. Jabeur and Sabalenka vs. Swiatek.

The best tennis bets for the 2022 US Open semifinals are on Garcia vs. Jabeur and Sabalenka vs. Swiatek.


The US Open okbet tennis bet continues Thursday with women’s semifinals from the hard courts of the USTA Billie Jean King Tennis Center in Flushing Meadows, New York. First, the hottest player on the WTA Tour will look to keep rolling against an opponent that’s looking to make her second consecutive Grand Slam final.

The best okbet tennis bets for the 2022 US Open semifinals are on Garcia vs. Jabeur and Sabalenka vs. Swiatek.

Then, the world No. 1 faces a tough stylistic matchup against a hard-hitting, locked-in opponent. All Tennis Odds & Lines are taken from okbet sports betting.

Women’s matches in Grand Slams are best of three sets, just like the remainder of the WTA ur schedule. All of the players in action Thursday have shown they’re capable of notching quality wins to get to this point, but a mix of their previous hard court results, recent form and stylistic matchups can help predict how the upcoming matches will unfold.

Caroline Garcia (-175) vs. Ons Jabeur (+145)

Garcia has been winning like crazy lately. Before the US Open, she had won two of her last three tournaments and had lost no more than seven games in any of her first five matches in New York.

The 17th seed is favored to beat the fifth seed Jabeur, who has only lost one set on her way to the semifinals. Jabeur is getting used to this, as he made it to the final at Wimbledon this year. On the other hand, Garcia is in the semifinals of her first Grand Slam tournament. Both of their previous matches took place at hard court Grand Slams, with Jabeur winning the 2019 US Open and the 2020 Australian Open.

However, both of these late bloomers are playing better tennis now than they did then, and the stakes for this match are much higher. Garcia has more power, and even Coco Gauff’s good retrieving skills couldn’t stop the Frenchwoman’s shots in the last round. Jabeur will try to keep Garcia from getting into a rhythm by keeping her off balance with a variety of spins and speeds. If Garcia can handle the pressure and keep playing like she has in her last few matches, she should make it to her first Grand Slam final, but Jabeur will do everything she can to stop her.

Garcia will win in three sets.

Aryna Sabalenka (+180) vs. Iga Swiatek (-225)

Sabalenka has the right style of play to beat Swiatek on a hard court. She can slow her down with strong groundstrokes, just like Beatriz Haddad Maia and Madison Keys did when they beat the world No. 1 in August. Swiatek is more consistent and accurate, but Sabalenka can hit anyone off the court when she’s on, and the sixth-seeded Belarusian has been playing great since she saved two match points against Kaia Kanepi in the second round.

Since then, Sabalenka has only lost one set, and she just beat Karolina Pliskova 6-1, 7-6 (4). Sabalenka has had trouble with her serve for most of the year, but she hasn’t double faulted more than three times in two of her last three matches. Swiatek has beaten Sabalenka in straight sets all three times they’ve played this year, but the last two times were on clay, where Swiatek is leagues better than the competition, just like her idol Rafael Nadal.

Their head-to-head record on hard courts is 1-1. Sabalenka won in Guadalajara last year, but Swiatek won in Doha earlier this year as part of the Pole’s 37-match win streak.

Sabalenka will win in three sets.