2023 Australian Open Odds Tracker
- See the odds for the top men and women at the 2023 Australian Open
- Top favorites for 2023 are Novak Djokovic and Iga Swiatek
- Discover which country has produced the most Australian Open champions since the tournament’s inception
The 2023 Australian Open returns to Melbourne Park from January 16-29, 2023. We’ve been tracking the odds for all of the top contenders since they became available and have charted them on this page. The graphs below are generated by calculating the average from a selection of sportsbooks.
- [Jan 25] With only four players remaining, Djokovic is a huge favorite at -450 odds, as Tsitsipas, even at second on the board is listed at +425. Khachanon and Paul make up the remaining semifinalists at +2000 and +3500 odds respectively
- [Jan 23] Jiri Lehecka is into the quarterfinals, and has the longest odds left on the board on the men’s side at 80-1
- [Jan 20] Second-favorite Medvedev was knocked out by Sebastian Korda, leaving Tsitsipas as the new second-favorite behind Djokovic
- [Jan 19] Rafael Nadal has been knocked out by Mackenzie McDonald, leaving McDonald’s odds now at +100000. Meanwhile Holger Rune is shooting up the oddsboard to the third betting choice at +900 odds
- [Jan 12] The Australian Open Draw is complete and Djokovic and Nadal are on opposite ends of the bracket. Still, it’s Daniil Medvedev at +550 odds who’s the second-favorite behind Djokovic
- [Dec 30] After a strong 2022, Alcaraz heads into 2023 as the second-favorite at +600 odds behind Djokovic (+115) to win the title
- [Jul 21] Djokovic is currently favored slightly at +150 odds over second favorite Medvedev at +275
2023 Australian Open Men’s Singles Odds
Closing odds from January 25
Odds for Past Men’s Singles Winners
Nadal broke Djokovic’s run of three-straight wins in Australia in 2022. Nadal defeated Medvedev 2-6, 6-7, 6-4, 6-4, 7-5 to win the 2022 Aussie Open title. The first time he has won in Australia since 2009 when he beat Federer.
Past Men’s Champions
AO Men’s Champions by Country
Nadal is the only Spaniard to ever win in Australia giving Spain two titles as a nation.
Australia leads the way with nine. Followed by Serbia with nine, all of which have come from Djokovic who’s owned this competition over the past decade-plus.
- [Jan 26] Sabalenka enters the Women’s Singles Final as the slight favorite at -130 odds over Rybakina at +110
- [Jan 25] It’s a close battle atop the oddsboard between Sabalenka and Rybakina at +100 and +160 in the Australian Open odds. Further down the semifinalists are Azarenka at +450 and Linette at +1300
- [Jan 23] With Swiatek knocked out of the Aussie Open, Sabalenka is now the top favorite heading into the quarterfinals at +210 odds
- [Jan 19] Pegula and Garcia have shortened to under 10-1 odds to make up the top four favorites alongside Swiatek and Sabalenka
- [Jan 12] Sabalenka has emerged as the clear second-choice behind Swiatek after the Aussie Open Draw, not listed at +750 odds
- [Dec 30] As the calendar prepares to turn to 2023 and the Aussie Open is just weeks away, Swiatek is a huge favorite to win the title at +175 odds. While that may not be odds-on, the next most-favored players have odds of 12-1 (Jabeur, Garcia and Sabalenka)
- [Jul 21] Swiatek leads the way in early betting for the Aussie Open at +450 odds ahead of Osaka at +550
2023 Australian Open Women’s Singles Odds
Odds for Past Women’s Singles Winners
Hometown favorite Ashleigh Barty won the Australian Open in 2022 by defeating American Danielle Collins 6-3, 7-6. Barty went on to retire from tennis soon after winning the title.
Past Women’s Champions
|2020||Sofia Kenin||United States|
|2017||Serena Williams||United States|
|2015||Serena Williams||United States|
|2010||Serena Williams||United States|
Unlike on the men’s side, it’s often a new face winning each year in Australia. There have been six different winners the past seven years. Only Osaka has won twice in that span.
AO Women’s Champions by Country
Barty became the first Australian to win the Aussie Open since Chris O’Neil, who won it all in 1978. This, despite Australia owning the most overall titles with 44. Naomi Osaka is the only Japanese player on either the men’s or women’s tours to win the Aussie Open.