2023 Women's US Open Futures: Can Iga Swiatek Repeat?

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2023 Women's US Open Futures: Can Iga Swiatek Repeat?

The 2023 edition of Wimbledon didn’t fail to live up to expectations on both sides. When it came to the women, there were certainly some surprises along the way, including eventual champion Marketa Vondrousova, who came out of nowhere and beat Ons Jabeur in the final at the All-England Club.

But, despite that, world No. 1 Iga Swiatek remains the clear-cut favorite to repeat in the latest 2023 Women’s US Open futures, followed by a few familiar names who are expected to be in the mix in the latter stages of the tournament. Below, we’ll dive into the analysis.

Quick Take

  • Iga Swiatek is the favorite in the latest 2023 Women’s US Open futures
  • Aryna Sabalenka and Elena Rybakina are also expected to be in the mix
  • Below, find the preview and analysis

Iga Swiatek

Swiatek was utterly dominant in 2022, winning both the US Open and the Australian Open. While she still has three titles this season including a French Open trophy, the Pole didn’t play all that well at Wimbledon, losing in the quarterfinals to Elina Svitolina, who was ranked No. 76 on the tour at the time. But just considering Swiatek’s past success at Flushing, it’s not surprising to see her with +250 odds to win the event at Bodog sportsbook.

Aryna Sabalenka

Sabalenka finally found her breakthrough at a Grand Slam Down Under, beating Elena Rybakina in the Australian Open final earlier this year. The No. 2 player in the world looked like she had a legitimate chance to win Wimbledon too after taking the first set against Jabeur in the semis, but the Tunisian stormed back and beat the powerful Belarusian. Sabalenka has captured three trophies in 23’ and has progressed to the semifinals in the last two US Opens. Perhaps she can finally make a final and conquer the tourney?

Elena Rybakina

Probably the most cool-headed player on the WTA Tour, Rybakina has enjoyed no shortage of success over the last year, breaking onto the scene as a very exciting talent. Her only Major win came at Wimbledon a year ago but came oh so close in Melbourne, losing in the showpiece to Swiatek. When it comes to the US Open, Rybakina’s best finish is the third round back in 2021. It’s an event she’s yet to really prove herself. She just lost in the quarters at Wimbledon to Jabeur. With the third-best odds at most tennis betting sites, you can’t ignore Rybakina. She is a fantastic player.

Ons Jabeur

It honestly feels like we continue to see Jabeur in Grand Slam finals, but she always loses. Crazy enough, Jabeur has yet to win a Major, making the final at Wimbledon in back-to-back years and also losing at the US Open in the showpiece to Swiatek. Jabeur is too good of a player to not get over that hump and she said after the All-England Club loss that a Major victory is coming. The heartbreak will fuel her. Perhaps the last Grand Slam of the year is her time.


First, we can’t overlook the two Americans. Coco Gauff and Jessica Pegula both reached the quarterfinals in 2022 and although they didn’t exactly do all that great at Wimbledon, the crowd at each and every match at Flushing will be supporting them. That definitely helps any player.

Also, Vondrousova should be considered. She is finally healthy and proved in England that she’s capable of competing with the best.