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2023 Australian Open Women’s Singles Futures Betting Odds and Picks

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Betting we looked at the early opening Futures odds for the 2023 ATP Australian Open, so now let’s look at the numbers for the numbers Women’s Singles market for the 111th Australian Open from Melbourne Park (Hard) set for January 16 through January 29.카지노사이트

The first Grand Slam Tournament of the year, the 2023 Australian Open will again be covered on TV and Digital devices by ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN+ and ABC with ESPN providing the coverage for both the 2023 Australian Open Men’s and Women’s Finals.

Last year in the 2021 Australian Open Women’s Singles Finals, Australian native Ashleigh Barty beat Danielle Collins in straight sets, 6-3, 7-5, and became the first Australian player to win the event since Chris O’Neill over American Betsy Nagelsen back in 1978.

Champ Barty, Venus Likely Not in 2022 AO Bracket Betting

After receiving her AO trophy at Rod Laver Arena from fellow Aussie icon Evonnne Goolagong Cawley, the 26-year-old Barty then promptly proceeded to retire from Tennis in the following weeks, the second time she has retired from the sport she loves so much.

“Nothing will ever get better than this on a tennis court betting,” said Barty—who was born in Ipswich, Queensland, Australia—about her Australian Open win last January when ultimately announcing her decision to retire.

“Not just that we had won a Grand Slam, it was all the work we had done to get to that point and the memories and experiences we had along the way and how much fun we had in those two weeks at the Australian Open.”

Veteran American sisters Venus and Serena Williams (25/1 to win 2023 Australian Open, BetOnline)—the latter the winner of 23 Majors—are always question marks, but Serena was back training this weekend and is expected to play in Toronto between August 8-14.

The current No.1 player in the WTA Rankings is 21-year-old Poland native Iga Świątek (+250 to win 2023 Australian Open), and she sits almost 2000 points ahead of the No. 2 ranked player, Anett Kotaviett of Estonia (4476) at this particular strange point in time.

Here are Futures betting odds to win the 2023 WTA Australian Open Women’s Singles championship from online sportsbook BetOnline—ranked our No. 1 Tennis Betting Site—and as you can see, Świątek is the oddsmakers favorite to prevail come January.

Betting : 2023 ATP Australian Open Women’s Singles Winner Odds

  • Iga Świątek +250
  • Naomi Osaka +600
  • Aryna Sabalenka +1200
  • Simona Halep +1200
  • Elena Rybakina +1200
  • Emma Raducanu +1400
  • Anett Kontaveit +1400
  • Maria Sakkari +1600
  • Cori Gauff +1600
  • Garbiñe Muguruza +2000
  • Paula Badosa +2000
  • Barbora Krejčíková +2200
  • Bianca Andreescu +2200
  • Karolina Pliškova +2500
  • Serena Williams +2500
  • Madison Keys +2500 바카라사이트
  • Leylah Fernandez +2500
  • Ons Jabeur +2500
  • Danielle Collins +3300
  • Victoria Azarenka +3300
  • Amanda Anisimova +3300
  • Petra Kvitova +3300
  • Karolina Muchova +4000
  • Clara Tauson +4000
  • Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova +5000
  • Darya Kasatkina +5000
  • Jelena Ostapenko +5000
  • Sofia Kenin +6600
  • Sloane Stephens +6600
  • Ekaterina Alexandrova +8000

Australian Open Women’s Singles Winners

  • 2022—Ashleigh Barty, Australia (Danielle Collins , USA)
  • 2021—Naomi Osaka, Japan (Jennifer Brady, USA)
  • 2020—Sofia Kenin, USA (Garbiñe Muguruza, Spain)
  • 2019—Naomi Osaka, Japan (Petra Kvitová, Czech Republic)
  • 2018—Caroline Wozniacki, Denmark (Simona Halep, Romania)
  • 2017—Serena Williams, USA (Venus Williams, USA)
  • 2016—Angelique Kerber, Germany (Serena Williams, USA)
  • 2015—Serena Williams, USA (Maria Sharapova, Russia)
  • 2014—Li Na, China, (Dominka Cibulková, Slovakia)
  • 2013—Victoria Azarenka, Belarus (Li Na, China)
  • 2012—Victoria Azarenka, Belarus (Rafael Nadal, Spain)
  • 2011—Kim Clijsters, Belgium (Li Na, China)
  • 2010—Serena Williams, USA (Justine Henin, Belgium)
  • 2009—Serena Williams, USA (Dinara Safina, Russia)
  • 2008—Maria Sharapova, Russia (Ana Ivanovic, Serbia)
  • 2007—Serena Williams, USA (Maria Sharapova, Russia)
  • 2006—Amélie Mauresmo, France (Juntine Henin, Belgium)
  • 2005—Serena Williams, USA (Lindsay Davenport, USA)
  • 2004—Juntine Henin, Belgium (Kim Clijsters, Belgium)
  • 2003—Serena Williams, USA (Venus Williams, USA)
  • 2002—Jennifer Capriati, USA (Martina Hingis Switzerland)
  • 2001—Jennifer Capriati, USA (Martina Hingis Switzerland)
  • 2000—Lindsay Davenport, USA (Martina Hingis Switzerland)

Swiatek, Halep, Rybakina Best Looks Down Under?

Kazakh phenom Elena Rybakina (12/1 to win 2023 Australian Open) won her first Major this Summer, winning Wimbledon in Jolly Old HotterThan Hell Now England, beating

So looking at Rybakina as a potential foe for favorite and current world No. 1 Świątek is something to ponder Down Under as are potential Iga Świątek +250 and Romanian Simona Halep (12/1) and Rybakina-Halep matchups in Melbourne Park this Winter.

No. 21 ranked Halep is 2-2 in 4 lifetime head-to-head Matches against Świątek, while against Wimbledon winner Rybakina, the 30-year-old Halep has also gone 2-2. Halep is an impressive 31-9 this year while then 23-year-old Rybakina has gone 26-12 and is No. 12.

Rybakina is 10-5 on Hard Courts with Halep is a profitable 15-4 on hard surfaces with Świątek going 46-5 so far in 2022. And against Rybakina, Świątek is 2-2, so there have been no real Trends that have emerged yet when Świątek, Halep, or Rybakina have played.

The final WTA Grand Slam event of 2022, the 2022 US Open is scheduled to start on August 29 and run through September at the UTSA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing Meadows-Corona Park, Queens, New York.

Naomi Osaka (6/1) and No. 2 ranked Anett Kontaveit (14/1) are worth some considerations, but head-to-head vs. Świątek, Halep, and Rybakina, Osaka is 1-1, 0-0, and 0-0 respectively, while Kontaveit has gone 2-3, 1-3, and 0-0 respectively to date.

In short, Świątek and 46-5 record and her 27-match Win Streak which ended at Wimbledon with 3rd Round Loss to Alize Cornet is too hard to ignore, so with Barty retired and Halep maybe the biggest threat, backing hor Pole Świątek is the call here. 온라인카지노

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