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No. 1 Seeded Iga Swiatek

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There’s no question that the current world No. 1 should be on your radar during the French Open. Iga Swiatek is 37-7 in 2022, including five singles titles. Most of those losses came early in 2022 as Swiatek is currently riding a 30-game win streak going into her next match, including an impressive 6-2, 6-0 win against Lesia Tsurenko. Looking like an unstoppable force this year, Swiatek is by far the favorite to win the French Open.

Diane Parry

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The unseeded and No. 97 WTA-ranked Diane Parry is off to a smoking hot start in the French Open. To begin the tournament, Parry took down No. 2 seeded — as well as WTA No. 2 — Barbora Krejcikova. Not only did she upset her, but Parry did it in impressive fashion with a 1-6, 6-2, 6-3 come-from-behind victory. Parry then pulled off another impressive upset against Camila Osorio, the WTA No. 66. Parry, who has never won a singles title in her young career, will look to add a major championship as her first title.

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No. 18 Seeded Coco Gauff

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The youngest player remaining in the French Open at only 18 years old, WTA No. 23 Coco Gauff looks to add her first singles title of the year. After finishing off an impressive 7-5, 6-0 first-round start, Gauff also defeated Belgian veteran Alison Van Uytvanck in two sets, The young American looks to improve upon her quarterfinals appearance last year and add her first major championship to her impressive list of accomplishments.

No. 27 Seeded Amanda Anisimova

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The 20-year-old American has started her French Open off to a hot start, winning a two-set match against tennis superstar Naomi Osaka in the first round (6-3, 6-3). Amanda Anisimova went on to win another match, this time against Donna Vekic, 6-4, 6-1 finish. Anisimova has been quietly putting together an impressive 2022 performance, creeping her way all the way up to the WTA No. 28 spot. With only two singles titles in her career, this could be Anisimova’s chance to add a major championship to her list of accomplishments.

Photo credits: Courtesy of Shutterstock, Iga Swiatek’s Instagram, Diane Parry’s Instagram, Coco Gauff’s Instagram, Amanda Anisimova’s Instagram