French Open 2016 women's seed report: Matches to watch - Sports Illustrated

French Open 2016 women's seed report

Jon Wertheim breaks down the women's seeds at the 2016 French Open and makes his picks for winners, losers and dark horses of the tournament. 
Publish date:'s Jon Wertheim breaks down the women's seeds at the French Open. Read on for the dark horses, top first-round matchups and predictions, and find the men's seed report here.

1 Serena Williams

The defending champ looks like her old self after the Rome triumph. Yes, she’s on a two-major losing streak. But when you can come to an event knowing that you need only to play at 70% of your capacity to win, that helps.

Seeds 2-16 (Basically interchangeable in terms of odds)

2 Agnieszka Radwanska

Credit her for the career-high ranking. But, somewhat counterintuitive, she seldom lives up to her seeding in Paris.

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