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Caroline Garcia vs Coco Gauff Odds, Prediction and Betting Trends for 2022 US Open Women's Quarterfinal Match

Devon Platana
Caroline Garcia vs Coco Gauff odds and prediction for US Open women's singles quarterfinal match.
Caroline Garcia vs Coco Gauff odds and prediction for US Open women's singles quarterfinal match. / AP Photos/Julia Nikhinson
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Garcia vs Gauff US Open Schedule & Info

2022 US Open Women's Quarterfinal Match
No. 17 Caroline Garcia vs. No. 12 Coco Gauff
Date: Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2022
Start Time: TBD
Venue: USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center — New York City, NY

Garcia vs Gauff Odds & Set Betting

All 2022 US Open betting odds and prop bets are available on FanDuel Sportsbook.
Moneyline: Garcia: (-137) | Gauff: (+114)
To Win 1st Set: Garcia: (-128) | Gauff: (+104)
Set Betting: Garcia: 2-0 (+180) | 2-1 (+290)
Set Betting: Gauff: 2-0 (+260) | 2-1 (+330)

Garcia vs Gauff Prediction & Pick

All US Open expert predictions & picks are made by Tennis Tonic.
- Prediction: Garcia in 3 sets

Garcia vs Gauff Head-to-Head Stats & Betting Trends

- Coco Gauff is 2-0 in two all-time head-to-head matchups against Caroline Garcia.
- Gauff defeated Garcia, in two sets, in their last meeting at the Qatar TotalEnergies Open on Feb. 22, 2022.
- Garcia defeated No. 29 Alison Riske, in two sets, in the 2022 US Open's Round of 16.
- Gauff defeated Zhang Shuai, in two sets, in the 2022 US Open's Round of 16.

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