2024 French Open Women’s Semifinal: Odds| Predictions| Picks


Mira Andreeva defeated Aryna Sabalenka in the quarterfinals while Italy’s Jasmine Paolini defeated Elena Rybakina. Today we will discuss about 2024 French Open Women’s Semifinal: Odds| Predictions| Picks.

2024 French Open Women’s Semifinal: Odds| Predictions| Picks

In the French Open semi-finals, Iga Swiatek will face Coco Gauff and Jasmine Paolini will face Mira Andreeva. Both Paolini and Andreeva achieved upset victories by defeating Elena Rybakina and Aryna Sabalenka respectively in the quarterfinals. As well as the women’s semi-finals, Thursday’s action will also see Neal Skupski advance to the mixed doubles final with Desiree Krawczyk.


2024 French Open Women's Semifinal: Odds| Predictions| Picks

The latest Jasmine Paolini vs. Mirra Andreeva odds list Andreeva as the -150 favorite on the money line (risk $150 to win $100), while Paolini is the 125 underdog. Andreeva has won four International Tennis Federation titles.


World number one Iga Swiatek is likely to capture a fourth French Open title with a semi-final win over third seed Coco Gauff in a repeat of the 2022 final.

Swiatek won 6-1, 6-3 in the title-decider two years ago and after winning ten of their 11 meetings in straight sets, it is difficult to make a case for Gauff to reverse the form.

Throw in the fact that Swiatek has won 17 consecutive matches on clay, winning titles in Rome, Madrid, and this appears to be an intimidating duel for the American.

The Polish phenomenon needed three sets to overcome the second-round challenge of Naomi Osaka, but she has been completely dominant since then, especially in her latest match-ups with Anastasia Potapova and 2019 runner-up Marketa Vondrousova.

Swiatek double-bageled Potapova in 41 minutes and then defeated Vondrousova 6–0, 6–2 in less than an hour.


Both matches of the French Open women’s semi-finals are as per schedule on Friday. A match involves two of the top three players in the rankings, but their head-to-head history reveals a large disparity in their chances of victory. The second involves two players who have already reached new heights at the Grand Slam level but now have the opportunity to reach a major final for the first time.