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 The 2022 US Open will be one of the most important in the recent history of the tournament. Why? Because it marked the end of Serena Williams' career as a professional tennis player.

Williams will retire after the US Open after 26 years as a professional player. The 40-year-old has established himself as one of the greatest tennis players in the history of the sport and his 23-game winning streak is only surpassed by Margaret Court's 24.Williams has had a lot of success at the US Open. He won a record six titles. His fans hope he can make one last magic run and fight for another championship.

On the men's side, world number 1 Daniil Medvedev will be playing in his first major tournament since the French Open. He was unable to compete at Wimbledon because the All England Club decided to ban Russian and Belarusian players from the tournament due to Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

Medvedev will not have to face Novak Djokovic, who will not be coming to America for the tournament due to the tournament's COVID-19 guidelines. However, he may have to face Rafael Nadal, who has won the US Open four times in his legendary career.

Women's tennis expert Jose Honorato reveals his picks and predictions for the 2022 US Open for Serena Williams' final tournament

The 2022 US Open kicks off Monday at 11 a.m. ET, and all eyes will be on Serena Williams, at least initially. The 40-year-old will retire after the Grand Slam, which is a special part of an important career. She won the first of her 23 Grand Slam titles at Flushing Meadows in 1999 and won five more at the US Open, most recently in 2014. While elusive, she will enjoy the admiration of the crowd and seeing the players who influenced her during her dominant run. Top contenders for the 2022 US Open include world number 1 Iga Svetek and reigning champion Emma Radukanu. Sloane Stevens (2017) became the first American, along with Serena and Venus Williams, to win the Open since 1998, and this time the two brothers were terrible shooters. The likes of Coco Gauff, Jessica Pegula, and Madison Keys have chances for second place.

Swiatek is the +350 favorite (100$ risk to win $350) in the latest Caesars Sportsbook odds for the 2022 US Women's Open, followed by Simona Halep (+750) and Gauff (+1,400). Radukanu (+2,000), Naomi Osaka (+2,000) and Pegula (+2,500) are also expected to compete. Keys (+3,500) and Stephens (+6,500) have longer strokes, along with Serena Williams (+5,000). Venus Williams is one of the longest strokes in the +30,000 draw. Before deciding on any tennis pick for the 2022 US Open, take a look at who tennis expert Jose Honorato backs.

Honorato grew up playing competitive tennis in Caracas, Venezuela. After coming to the United States, he trained with renowned coach Nick Bollettieri at Florida's IMG Academy and met players like Robert Farah, who is now one of the best doubles players in the world.

Onorato, who holds a double degree in finance and economics from the University of Miami, does extensive research before placing tennis bets. It checks the current form, tendencies of players on a particular surface, weather conditions and many other important factors. This systematic approach helped Onorato reach 69-46 -- with 54.98 units -- from January to July.

Now Onorato breaks down the latest 2022 US Open odds and places the best bet he wants to win them all

US Open 2022 women's top pick

In contrast, Honorato favors underdogs who will pay more than 20:1. This player has improved since the start of the season, beating several top 10 players. He's the dark horse for a stunning result at Flushing Meadows.

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