- Ashleigh Barty and Bianca Andreescu are on the move in US Open women’s singles odds
- French Open champ Barty’s odds went from +1400 to +1000. Rogers Cup winner Andreescu improved from +1800 to +1400
- Meanwhile, Americans Sloane Stephens (+1000 to +1300) and Coco Gauff (+2000 to +2700) headed in the opposite direction
Ashleigh Barty and Bianca Andreescu are heating up at the right time.
Prepping for the upcoming US Open, Barty has moved into the quarterfinals at the WTA Western & Southern Open in Cincinnati and up the charts in the oddsmakers’ eyes when it comes to the chance to add another tennis Grand Slam title to her resume.
Likewise, the win on her home soil at last week’s Rogers Cup by Canadian Andreescu has seen her make a move toward the top in the US Open futures at a number of leading sportsbooks.
Barty, the French Open champion, saw her numbers dip from +1400 to +1000 in the average US Open odds. She’s currently the fourth betting choice.
Andreescu’s odds dropped from +1800 to +1400. She’s the co-fifth betting option.
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Meanwhile, American players Sloane Stephens and teen sensation Coco Gauff both saw their odds to win the US Open lengthen. Stephens went from +1000 to +1300 and Gauff’s chances were decreased from +2000 to +2700.
Betting On Barty
Since her French Open triumph, the tennis world seems to view Barty in a different light. She moved to the top of the WTA world rankings.
Barty was established as the #1 seed at Wimbledon, even though her record on grass courts was spotty.
It’s a different story on hard courts. She’s 22-4 this season, including a tournament triumph at Miami.
Currently #2 in the WTA, at just 5-foot-5, Barty is the most diminutive player rated among the world’s top 10 players. But she makes up for her lack of size via her ability to strike heavy topspin forehands, and her smashing kick serves.
An impressive athlete, Barty has also played professional cricket in her homeland of Australia.
Andreescu Announces Her Arrival
It’s been a storybook year for Andreescu, who’s certainly put herself on the short list to be named Canada’s athlete of the year.
Currently #14 in the world, she’s won her first three career WTA titles this season and is 38-4 overall, including 20-4 on hard courts, where she’s posted all of her tournament victories.
Andreescu finished the 2018 season ranked #178.
The 2017 US Open champion and 2018 French Open finalist, it’s been a year to forget for Stephens. She’s only made it as far as the quarterfinals in one Grand Slam event, the French Open. She’s exited by the Round of 32 in each of her past four tournaments.
Gauff, 15, turned heads by reaching the Round of 16 at Wimbledon. But she’s played just one tournament since, bounced in the opening round of the Citi Open.
Gauff is still #140 in the world and is 21-12 overall this season.
Barty A Wise Investment
While there will be a lot of love shown Andreescu off her Rogers Cup performance, Barty is much more tournament tested. She’s won a Grand Slam event this season, and is a very solid performer on a hard court surface.
Of the players with better odds than Barty, she’s beaten Osaka twice and Halep once. Only Williams (0-2) has shut her out.
Barty served notice at Roland-Garros that her time is now. She’s a solid US Open play at +1000.
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