2022 Australian Open Danielle Collins vs. Ashleigh Barty Final Odds, Preview, and Prediction
Daniell Collins has the perfect opportunity to finally win her first Grand Slam title. Of course, that’s going to be easier said than done, with the No. 1 player in the world meeting her at the 2022 Australian Open championship match this Saturday.
Read on for odds and preview for the 2022 Australian Open finals match between Daniell Collins and Ashleigh Barty below. And for all the latest updates from the ATP, WTA, and all other major sports leagues, head back to our Nitrogen Sports Blog after this.
2022 Australian Open Semi-final: Danielle Collins vs. Ashleigh Barty preview and odds
Where: Melbourne Park, Victoria, Australia
When: Saturday, January 29, 2022, 3:30 AM ET
Odds: Danielle Collins (-588) vs. Ashleigh Barty (+382)
Where to watch: ESPN
What to know about Danielle Collins
Ashleigh Barty and Danielle Collins betting odds for Collins: +382
Collins had never reached the finals stage of any Grand Slam tournament before, but she does now. That’s after she defeated Iga Swiatek in the semifinals of the women’s singles side of the 2022 Australian Open via a 6-4, 6-1 score. The 30-year-old American’s strong service game was just too much for Swiatek, as Collins scored seven aces to just one by her opponent in the semis.
Collins also had 27 winners, while Swiatek only had 12. She is definitely on a roll, and she’s hoping that the momentum would boost her chances against Barty. But momentum aside, it’s also worth mentioning that Collins has won once before against the top-ranked player in the world. Last year at the Adelaide International, during the preparation for the 2021 Australian Open, Collins took down Barty in the second round in straight sets, 6-3, 6-4. Collins has also been not swept in two hard-surface meetings with Barty.
What to know about Ashleigh Barty
Ashleigh Barty and Danielle Collins betting odds for Barty: -588
Barty has simply been phenomenal at the 2022 Australian Open. She has torched every opponent that she’s met and, in fact, hasn’t dropped a set at all so far in the tournament. In her last match, she obliterated Madison Keys to the tune of a 6-1, 6-3 score. Barty showed her accuracy with her shots in that match, as he won 86 percent of first serves and also scored four break points.
Collins’ receiving game will be tested to the max by Barty, whose 83 percent success rate on first serves is the best among all players in the women’s side of the bracket at the 2022 Australian Open. One glaring advantage Barty has over Collins is experience at the big stage – the biggest stage. Barty has won two Grand Slam titles. She knows how to handle the bright lights in a huge match, so look for her to build a sizable lead early in the first set.
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Danielle Collins vs. Ashleigh Barty betting trends
- Daniell Collins has won 27 break points – second-most at the 2022 Australian Open women’s singles.
- Ashleigh Barty has lost just 21 games so far at the 2022 Australian Open.
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What’s your Danielle Collins vs. Ashleigh Barty Australian Open final prediction?
Props to Collins for making this far. Barty also definitely deserves praise for her incredible run. But at some point, one of these two ladies’ streaks is going to be over, and it’s just hard to imagine that it’s going to be Barty’s. Look for Barty to establish her dominance early and sustain her lead to the end.
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