Wimbledon 2019 is set to begin July 1 and French Open champion Ashleigh Barty is the top betting favorite to win her second slam of the year. Is Barty the best bet or is their better value elsewhere?
The big three in men’s tennis are all expected to run deep into Wimbledon 2019. But while only one can win, you can also bet on which will reach the final. We examine the odds for each of Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic to reach the Men’s Singles Final.
Wimbledon is set to return from July 1-14, and BetOnline is gearing up for the action at the All England Lawn Tennis Club with plenty of wagering options. The online sportsbook has released new odds on which WTA stars are most likely to reach the final. Let’s delve into the numbers to see where the value lies.
The Philadelphia Phillies have had a season of ups and downs and it’s not even the all-star break yet. Their odds to win the NL pennant have been all over the place since April, but with +700, it is the worst odds they’ve seen to date.
The WTA’s no. 1 ranking will be up for grabs this week at the 2019 Birmingham Classic as the top three women’s singles players converge on the Edgbaston Priory Club. Ashleigh Barty is favored to win, but is trailed closely in the odds by Naomi Osaka and Karolina Pliskova.
The Toronto Raptors were crowned NBA Champions last night, but in the NBA betting world, that’s already old news. The 2020 NBA Championship odds have come out, and the Golden State Warriors have opened as the favorites for the third consecutive year with the Trail Blazers lagging way behind at +5000.
Johanna Konta’s 2019 Wimbledon odds have shortened dramatically over this past week, going from +3300 to +1100 after a strong showing at the French Open. The 28-year-old Brit made it all the way to the semi-finals, before falling 7–5 7–6 (7–2) to Markéta Vondroušová.
The 2019 French Open has been anything but predictable. Top seeds are continuing to drop like flies, and the young generation is taking over. Three of the four semi-finalists are 23 or younger including new favorite Ashleigh Barty from Australia.
Into her first French Open quarterfinals, teenager Amanda Anisimova’s odds to win the Women’s Singles have shrunk to +1600, but she’ll face a tough task against Simona Halep on Wednesday.
Anthony Davis has made it clear that he does not want to play for the New Orleans Pelicans anymore, and not even the prospect of teaming up with Zion Williamson is changing his mind. We have the odds on where AD could end up when the 2019-20 NBA season begins.
The 2019 French Open is nearly here and BetOnline has posted some intriguing props involving the no. 1 and no. 2 seeds on both the men’s and women’s sides. We dig into the odds and serve up the best bets.
2019 French Open Women’s Singles Props: Odds on Stephens & Williams vs The Field, Will Halep Win & More
BetOnline has posted some tantalizing new props in preparation for the 2019 French Open. We weigh in on whether Sloane Stephens or Serena Williams can win this year’s event.
Karolina Pliskova Now Among Top 10 in French Open Odds After Italian Open Win, Jelena Ostapenko’s Odds Fading Fast
With the start of the French Open less than a week away, Simona Halep still stands as the favorite to win. Will she be able to hold off 2019 Italian Open champion Karolina Pliskova?
Going into the finals of the Italian Open on Sunday, Karolina Pliskova is the obvious favourite, with the higher rank and the better overall record. But with Johanna Konta beating favourite Kiki Bertens, anything can happen with that momentum.
The Philadelphia Phillies are first in the NL East with a 3.5 game lead thanks in part to the re-emergence of Aaron Nola, who has shown signs of improvement after a rocky month of April.
Fresh off a Madrid Open win last weekend, Kiki Bertens is now considered one of the top favorites to win the Women’s Singles final at this month’s French Open. Is she worth a bet at odds of +800 to win at Roland-Garros?
Golden State guard Steph Curry and Portland guard Seth Curry are about to become the first brothers to face-off in an NBA conference final. We have the odds on whether Seth can outscore his more decorated big bro during the series.
The 2019 Italian Open starts May 13. Should bettors wager on favorites like Simona Halep and Petra Kvitova, or is there better value on a longshot?
When is a win not a win? When it costs you your best player. The Warriors now have plus-odds to win the 2019 NBA Championship following an injury to leading scorer Kevin Durant in Game 5.