The 2020 Australian Open is well underway in Melbourne, with some of the best tennis players in the world competing. After a couple rounds, many odds have changed including Elise Mertens’ who now sits at 33-1 odds.
The 2020 Australian Open is well underway in Melbourne, with some the top male and female tennis players competing. Serena Williams is still the favorite to win the tournament, but others, like Angelique Kerber and Elina Svitolina, have seen their odds lengthen, even after their first round wins.
Heading into the Australian Open, all eyes will continue to be on the Big 3, Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, and Novak Djokovic. But will Federer face a challenge to win his quarter at the Aussie Open?
The Australian Open is just a week away, with qualifying matches happening right now. The biggest announcement came when Bianca Andreescu broke via social that she would not be competing in the first Grand Slam of the year due to her rehabbing, thus eliminating the second-favorite of the tournament.
The second semifinals of the Auckland Open will take place tonight at 10:15 PM between Americans Serena Williams and Amanda Anisimova. This is the first time the 18-year old will play the 38-year old, and she says it’s a dream come true to be playing the superstar.
Heading into the 2020 season, no one has been favoring any player on the WTA tour with each of Andreescu, Osaka, and Halep are all favored to win zero Grand Slams.
After only dating for what seems like a couple of weeks, Vegas Dave and former Fox Sports host Holly Sonders announced their engagement via Instagram. Will it happen? Will it last? Get all the odds here.
Four different players won Grand Slams in the 2019 season, with Naomi Osaka, Ashleigh Barty, Simona Halep, and Bianca Andreescu. In 2020 Bovada is favoring neither Barty or Serena Williams to bring home a major title.
For the first time in a long time, the Big Three, consisting of Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, and Roger Federer are not expected to dominate in the 2020 season. We look at the odds for how many Grand Slams each could win in 2020.
Despite not having the best 2019 season, Serena Williams is still the favorite to win the 2020 Australian Open. Is she the best bet or does US Open winner Bianca Andreescu and others offer more value for bettors?
The 2020 Australian Open Odds have varied a bit throughout the 2019 season. But since winning the 2019 Aussie Open, Novak Djokovic has been the favorite to win the tournament in 2020, and that has yet to change. We take an early look at the first 2020 grand slam event.
The final day of group matches of the ATP Finals takes place Friday, November 15th. Stefanos Tsitsipas is the first player from his group to book his ticket to the semifinal and he’ll take on Rafael Nadal while Daniil Medvedev and Alexander Zverev also square off.
The 108th edition of the Davis Cup, but the inaugural Davis Cup Finals will be played in Madrid, Spain, on a hard court from November 18-24. 18 countries will take place in six groups and we’re picking the best bet to win each group here.
We’re previewing the best bets from Wednesday’s Nitto ATP Finals group stage matches between Nadal vs Medvedev & Tsitsipas vs Zverev.
The Next Generation ATP Finals is an annual men’s tennis tournament founded in 2017. The best 21-and-under players will compete in the tournament that runs from November 5-9, with last year’s finalist Alex de Minaur favored.
Elina Svitolina is a slight favorite over Ashleigh Barty in the final of the WTA Finals. Svitolina is the defending champion and has never lost to Barty. Get the latest moneyline, game spread, picks and total here.
Ashleigh Barty will face Karolina Pliskova in the semifinal of the WTA Finals on Saturday, Nov 2. Barty has won three of their five career matchups and is a big favorite. Get the latest moneyline, game spread and total.