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  2. Wimbledon Winner
  3. US Open Winner
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2021 Australian Open WTA

OPENER
J. Goerges
S. Halep
A. Kerber
M. Keys
J. Konta
P. Kvitova
P. Martic
A. Pavlyuchenkova
A. Riske
A. Sevastova
S. Stephens
E. Svitolina
S. Williams
A. Barty
S. Zhang
K. Bertens
A. Kontaveit
B. Bencic
D. Vekic
J. Ostapenko
G. Muguruza
Q. Wang
D. Collins
N. Osaka
E. Alexandrova
D. Kasatkina
E. Mertens
M. Sakkari
M. Vondrousova
B. Andreescu
S. Kenin
A. Blinkova
K. Pliskova
D. Yastremska
A. Sabalenka
K. Muchova
A. Anisimova
C. McNally
E. Rybakina
A. Potapova
C. Gauff
V. Azarenka
I. Swiatek
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WTA Tennis Odds

 
Welcome to our dedicated page for all the latest odds on big tournaments taking place on the WTA Tour. You can compare women’s tennis odds on the Grand Slams and many more exciting tournaments, allowing you to find the best prices and maximize your profits. We have also provided a detailed explanation of how to read WTA odds, and listed the various tennis betting options that you can choose from.
 

How to Read WTA Odds

 
WTA odds compilers at the leading sportsbooks will assess the relative strengths and weaknesses of the players. They will then assign odds to each player. Unless they are very evenly matched, you will see a favorite and an underdog. Serena Williams was the -275 favorite to win the women’s US Open Final in 2019, while Bianca Andreescu was the +220 underdog. 
If you see a minus symbol at the start of a set of WTA odds, it tells you the amount of money you need to wager in order to generate a $100 profit. A $275 bet on Williams would have netted you a $100 profit if she had won the match. If the odds start with a plus sign, it tells you the profit you stand to earn from a $100 wager. A $100 bet on Andreescu would have earned you a $220 profit if she went on to win the match. 
The numbers are used to guide you, but you can choose any stake you like, provided it falls within the limits offered by the sportsbook. For instance, a $20 wager on Williams would have netted you a $7.27 profit if successful, whereas a $20 wager on Andreescu would have earned you a $44 profit. The larger potential payout on Andreescu told you that she was the underdog. However, Andreescu went on to win the match, showing that outsiders often prevail. 
You might also see odds rendered in fractional or decimal format. Sticking with the womens tennis final example from 2019, odds of +220 would become 11/5 in fractional format. The number on the left of the slash represents the profit you make by wagering the amount on the right. A $5 bet at 11/5 would therefore earn you a profit of $11. 
You get your stake back when your bet is a winner. Decimal odds take that into account. WTA US Open odds of +220 therefore become 3.20 in decimal format. You multiply your stake by that figure to calculate your potential return if successful. A $20 bet at 3.20 therefore earns you a $64 return ($44 profit and your $20 stake back).
 

Tennis Betting Options

 
Tennis betting can be broadly grouped into two categories: futures and match bets. Futures wagers relate to long-term events, such as the winner of the WTAUS Open or the Fed Cup. The sportsbooks will analyze the relative strengths of all the players taking part in the US Open before releasing US Open tennis odds. These WTA tennis odds will start with a favorite – generally Serena Williams, Bianca Andreescu, Ashleigh Barty, Simona Halep or Naomi Osaka – and the odds will grow progressively longer until you reach the rank outsiders. 
When it comes to WTA tennis matches, the sportsbooks will judge the strengths of the two women competing. They will then release women's tennis odds on a range of markets. The most common option is betting on the winner of the match, but you can also opt for spread betting. For example, if you wanted more value when looking at the US Open tennis betting odds in 2019, you could have bet on Serena Williams -3.5. She would have had to win by 4 clear games – so 6-4, 3-6, 7-5 would not have paid out – but you would have received odds of -120 as opposed to -275. 
If you are unsure who will win a particular US women’s tennis match, but you feel like it will either end quickly or turn into a long, drawn-out affair, you can opt for totals betting. The sportsbooks will set a line – for example, 21.5 games – and you simply have to decide whether the total games played in the match will go over that line or stay under it. You can also find prop bets on WTA matches, including the number of aces served in a match, or you can roll multiple bets together into a parlay in a bid to earn a greater profit.
 

Find a Great Sportsbook for Tennis Bets

 
Women’s Tennis Association betting is very popular, and hundreds of sportsbooks offer odds on the action. However, there are a number of dishonest sites that will rip you off, so you should always stick to trustworthy, reliable, reputable sites when you are betting on tennis. It can be difficult to identify the best sites with odds on tennis, so we have done your homework for you. Our experts have reviewed hundreds of sites that offer WTA tennis odds, separating the scam sites from the honest operators. 
Check out our list of the best online sportsbooks to see the A+ and A rated sites, such as Bovada, BetOnline and 5Dimes. They all provide tennis odds betting and WTA tennis live lines, while you can trust them to treat you fairly and pay you out on time if your WTA picks prove to be successful. However, they all offer different bonuses and promotions – some will launch exciting promo codes for the US Open women’s final, for example – and the odds will also differ from one site to the next. 
That is why it is important to shop around for your odds and find your ideal sportsbook using the various free tools provided by SBR. We also offer free US Open picks and predictions on other tournaments, such as the WTA Elite Trophy and smaller women’s professional tennis competitions, and we make a point of highlighting the best odds on WTA matches in these articles.
 
 

Frequently Asked Questions

 

Who is the number one female tennis player in the world?

Australia’s Ashleigh Barty is the number one women’s tennis player in the world. She has enjoyed a strong rise to prominence after winning the French Open in 2019. She was a popular pick for the US Open tennis women’s winners market, but she only reached the fourth round. However, she is a consistent player during an extremely unpredictable time for the WTA, so you will often see her near the top of the odds. Tennis players including Simona Halep and Karolina Pliskova are also near the top of the world rankings.
 

What are the biggest women’s tennis tournaments?

The four Grand Slam events are the most important tournaments of the year. The US Open womens tournament generates a great deal of attention, alongside Wimbledon, the Australian Open and the French Open. However, it is important for the players to accrue a lot of WTA 
game time and earn ranking points throughout the year, so they travel across the world playing in a number of exciting tournaments, providing plenty of exciting opportunities for bettors.
 

Where can I find WTA odds?

All the leading online sportsbooks offer WTA betting markets. However, they often provide different odds, so it is important to shop around and find the most attractive lines. Stick to A+ or A rated sportsbooks in the SBR top online betting sites ranking guide, and choose the books that offer the most compelling odds and the best bonuses, while paying attention to things like banking options, betting limits, customer service, live betting capabilities and payout speeds.
 

What is the next women’s tennis tournament?

WTA tennis was suspended in 2020 due to the coronavirus crisis. However, a number of big tournaments are scheduled for the second half of the year. Wimbledon was called off, but the US Open is still set to go ahead, so visit SBR picks for US Open tennis scores, picks, odds and insight. This page will always display the biggest WTA tournaments on the horizon, so look no further when seeking to find out the next women’s tennis tournament.