2022 Australian Open Odds Tracker
- See the odds for the top men and women at the 2022 Australian Open
- Top favorites for 2022 are Novak Djokovic and Naomi Osaka to repeat as champs
- Discover which country has produced the most Australian Open champions since the tournament’s inception
The 2022 Australian Open returns to Melbourne Park from January 17-30, 2022. 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.
- [9/20/21] Going for his fourth-straight Aussie Open win, Novak Djokovic is favored at +125 odds
2022 Australian Open Men’s Singles Odds
|Felix Auger Aliassime||+3300|
Closing odds from Sept 20
Odds for Past Men’s Singles Winners
Australia is becoming a favorite location for Djokovic. He’s won the Aussie Open three years running and also in five of seven years and in eight of 11.
Past Men’s Champions
AO Men’s Champions by Country
With Djokovic’s win last year, his third in a row, Serbia now owns nine titles as a country in Australia. All of those nine, have come from Djokovic from 2008-2021.
The race to 21 continues in Melbourne.
— #AusOpen (@AustralianOpen) September 13, 2021
- [9/20/21] Naomi Osaka is the early favorite to win in Australia again in 2022 with +500 odds. After her US Open win, Emma Raducanu is now the third-favorite at +700
2022 Australian Open Women’s Singles Odds
Odds for Past Women’s Singles Winners
Having won the Aussie Open in two of the past three yeara, Naomi Osaka is neck and neck with Ashleigh Barty as the early favorites.
Past Women’s Champions
|2020||Sofia Kenin||United States|
|2017||Serena Williams||United States|
|2015||Serena Williams||United States|
|2010||Serena Williams||United States|
Serena Williams has a ways to go before catching up with Margaret Smith Court. The Aussie tennis legend won 11 Australian Open Women’s Singles Championships from 1960 to 1973. Williams currently has seven titles.
Epic scenes in New York with champions crowned and history made.
— #AusOpen (@AustralianOpen) September 14, 2021
AO Women’s Champions by Country
Australians have won 43 Australian Open Women’s Singles Championships, but they haven’t claimed top honors lately. The last homegrown Aussie Open title-holder was Chris O’Neil, who won it all in 1978. Naomi Osaka is the only Japanese player on either the men’s or women’s tours to win the Aussie Open.