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2022 Australian Open odds, semifinal predictions: Proven tennis expert reveals Collins vs. Swiatek picks

American Danielle Collins aims for her first Grand Slam final appearance on Thursday morning when she faces Poland's Iga Swiatek in the 2022 Australian Open women's semifinals. Collins, the 27th seed, breezed past Alize Cornet 7-5, 6-1 in Tuesday's quarterfinals, while the seventh-seeded Swiatek needed more than three hours to beat Kaia Kanepi 4-6, 7-6 (2), 6-3. Collins reached this stage in Melbourne in 2019, losing to Petra Kvitova. This also is Swiatek's second semifinal, as she went on to win the French Open in 2020.
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Swiatek, Keys leave Melbourne with newfound perspective

Following straight-set losses in the Australian Open semifinals, Iga Swiatek and Madison Keys could only tip their caps to their opponents. It wasn't the result either wanted, but both leave Melbourne with perspective after strong runs at the first major of the season. Madison Keys breaks down Barty. Keys has...
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Australian Open: Collins makes first Grand Slam final

Well, that is all from us and thank you for joining our coverage. Don't forget you can catch the Australian Open highlights today in the UK at 4:15pm, on BBC Two. We will see you all again tomorrow. Post update. There you have it then. Ashleigh Barty against Danielle Collins...
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2022 Australian Open women's semifinals props, picks: Collins-Swiatek match predictions from acclaimed tennis expert

American Danielle Collins will try to advance to her first Grand Slam final on Thursday morning when she faces 2020 French Open champion Iga Swiatek in the 2022 Australian Open women's semifinals. The 27th-seeded Collins, who lost in the Australian Open semifinals in 2019, defeated Alize Cornet 7-5, 6-1 in the first quarterfinal on Tuesday night. The No. 7-seeded Swiatek of Poland needed three hours to beat Kaia Kanepi 4-6, 7-6 (2), 6-3 in the second quarterfinal.
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Women's Australian Open Semifinal Previews: Ash Barty vs. Madison Keys; Iga Swiatek vs. Danielle Collins

This is interesting: World No. 1 vs. the momentum player of the tournament. Power vs. craft. A home-country favorite trying to win her first home Slam vs. an American trying to win her first Slam anywhere. We know how the points and rallies will likely play out: Keys will hit heavy ground strokes, while Barty will attempt to defuse or obviate that attack with slice, angles, serving, the occasional net rush and her own off-forehand. As Barty’s coach, Craig Tyzzer, says, “Look, she played [Camila] Giorgi who hits the ball a million miles an hour, and was able to absorb that pace and do something with it. I think Ash has other attributes. Her forehand is actually a weapon. Her slice will set her up a lot for her forehand. Her serve sets her up a lot for her shots as well.”
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Iga Swiatek vs. Danielle Collins

Odds via FanDuel. For tips on watching tennis matches, click here. In the second semifinal of the Australian Open, American Danielle Collins will take on the world number nine Iga Swiatek. Each player has come back from a set down twice in the tournament, battling well to stay alive and...
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Tsitsipas Advances in Australia; Collins, Swiatek Into Semis

MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — Stefanos Tsitsipas maintained his perfect record in Grand Slam quarterfinals, beating No. 11-seeded Jannick Sinner 6-3, 6-4, 6-2 Wednesday to reach the last four of the Australian Open. The 23-year-old, No. 4-ranked Tsitsipas improved to 5-0 at this stage of a major. It's the semifinals...
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Iga Swiatek advances as Guadalajara finalists Muguruza, Kontaveit exit Australian Open

WATCH: Cornet addressed the Rod Laver Arena crowd after scoring her first Top 3 win since 2015. The 2022 Australian Open saw its first big upsets of the fortnight as last year’s WTA Finals finalists—try saying that five times fast—tumbled out of the draw within minutes of one another. Champion and No. 3 seed Garbiñe Muguruza appeared among the top contenders for a maiden Melbourne title only to find herself overmatched by veteran Frenchwoman Alizé Cornet, while runner-up and No. 6 seed Anett Kontaveit had too few answers against surging teenager Clara Tauson.
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Muguruza, Swiatek ease through openers at Australian Open

Her last two matches Rod Laver Arena ended in defeat, but Garbiñe Muguruza got off to a winning start on the Australian Open's main court in 2022 with a 6-3, 6-4 win over France's Clara Burel. The No.3 seed was pushed over the course of 88 minutes by the...
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Point-counterpoint: Keys for Barty and Swiatek in the Adelaide semifinals

Just a few days into the season, and it’s sizzling – as in frying-pan-on-a-fire hot on the tennis court. On Thursday night, we already had an Ashleigh Barty-Sofia Kenin matchup at the Adelaide International. And an Iga Swiatek-Victoria Azarenka battle. Now for the two winners, Barty and Swiatek,...
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Iga Swiatek, Poland’s tennis ace, has learned plenty from one of the best to hold ski poles, Mikaela Shiffrin—and vice versa

This whole Olympic experience and stuff is pretty crazy. So now I understand it more. R E S P E C T for everything that you achieved and how you did that. Iga Swiatek was born with Olympic DNA. Her father Tomasz rowed in the quadruple sculls at the 1988 Summer Games, finishing seventh. The 20-year-old’s dream of qualifying for her own Olympic team came to fruition when she represented Poland at the Tokyo Games in July 2021. She went as far to tell the ITF in an interview that bringing home a medal would “probably be the highlight of my career” before the tournament started.
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