Tennis betting odds for women players to win the 2016 Australian Open
February 21, 2016
Serena has already won this tournament six times including last year in 2015. Garbine Muguruza – 9 to 1
Angelique Kerber from Germany just withdrew from the Sydney International with a stomach illness. Madison reached the semis here at the Australian Open in 2015 and she may be on the verge of breaking through in a Grand Slam event. She reached her career highs at all the Grand Slam events last year.
The 2016 Australian Open Grand Slam tennis tournament is taking place from January 18-31, 2016, on the hard courts at Melbourne Park in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Open but at the Australian Open her best finish is the quarters in both 2014 and 2015. Garbine is lower odds here because she reached the Wimbledon finals last year where she lost to Serena Williams.
Best of luck to all the tennis players and especially the tennis bettors at the 2016 Australian Open Grand Slam tennis tournament!
3. Open. Her best showing Down Under is the semis in 2012. Betting against her has been a solid strategy throughout her career. She could breakout here this month.
Madison Keys is a 20 year old from the United States. It’s wide open beyond Serena.
13. Karolina Pliskova from the Czech Republic reached the 3rd round here last year for her best Aussie Open showing yet. Agnes reached the finals at Wimbledon in 2012 but lost to Serena Williams. Caroline Wozniacki, Karolina Pliskova, Sloane Stephens – 40 to 1 odds each
8. Her best showing in the Australian Open is the semis in 2014.
After winning the first three Grand Slam tournaments in 2015, Serena shockingly lost to Roberta Vinci at the U.S. Her best showing here is the semis in 2011. Caroline Wozniacki has reached the finals at the U.S. Angelique Kerber – 25 to 1
Garbine Muguruza from Spain has reached the fourth round at the Australian Open in both 2014 and 2015 as she seeks her first career Grand Slam win. Petra is featured in the photo for this article.
7. Madison Keys – 50 to 1
T-4. Serena Williams – 3 to 1 odds
Petra Kvitova from the Czech Republic has two Grand Slam wins in her career and both were at Wimbledon (2011, 2014). She’s the best bet of these three women at 40 to 1 odds.
2. If she is healthy here, though, she’s a threat because she has obviously gotten incredibly fit over the past year and changes like that can sometimes mean big things for tennis players.
14. Eugenie Bouchard – 66 to 1 odds
9. There are a couple of things to worry about betting her here at 3 to 1 odds, though.
All the players with odds of 50 to 1 or less are listed with comments. Serena is probably a poor win bet for the 2016 Australian Open at just 3 to 1 odds.
Maria Sharapova won the Australian Open in 2008, and she has won all four Grand Slam tennis tournaments including the French Open twice for Grand Slam titles. Simona Halep – 9 to 1. Serena is now 34 years of age is which is old for a woman tennis player and Serena just had to withdraw from the Hopman Cup last week with a knee injury. She is only 21 years old and she’s playing well this week at the Hobart International. Belinda Bencic – 14 to 1
6. Here is a list of the betting odds for the women tennis players to win the 2016 Australian Open.
Victoria Azarenka is the second choice in the betting odds at 7/2. Angelique is still trying to get to the top of her sport as her best showing in a Grand Slam is the semis at Wimbledon and the U.S. Her best showing in the Aussie Open is just the 2nd round.
At odds of 3 to 1, Serena Williams is a pretty heavy favorite to win the 2016 Australian Open. Open in 2014 for her best Grand Slam showing to date. Open but it hasn’t happened yet. She’s also in great form as she just won the Brisbane International last Sunday.
T-10. If Serena falters here in 2016 who will pick up the pieces and win this tournament. Maria Sharapova – 7 to 1
1. Agnes Radwanska – 18 to 1
T-4. Belinda reached the quarters at the U.S. Petra Kvitova – 12 to 1
All three women here at 40 to 1 odds are looking for their first Grand Slam win. Serena has also won 21 Grand Slam singles titles. Open. Open in 2009 and 2014 but lost both times. Simona made the finals at the French Open in 2014 and she’s reached the semis at both Wimbledon and the U.S. Victoria Azarenka – 7/2
Eugenie Bouchard had a bad 2015 after reaching the semis at the Australian Open and French Open and the finals at Wimbledon in 2014. Sloane Stephens won the ASB Classic last week and she reached the semis here in 2013. At age 24, Simona Halep from Romania is trying to win her first Grand Slam singles tennis title. Tennis fans keep thinking she will break through and win here or at the U.S. Victoria has won two Grand Slam titles in her career and both were at the Australian Open in 2012 and 2013. The real question for women’s tennis at the 2016 Australian Open is the age and health of Serena Williams. But Maria was battling injuries at the end of last year and she has not won a Grand Slam on a hard court surface since 2008.
Belinda Bencic is just 18 years old and she’s from Switzerland. Can she break through in 2016? Yes if her legs hold up as she often battles ankle and leg problems.
Agnes Radwanska from Poland is now 26 years old and she is still looking for her first Grand Slam win