2020 Australian Open Odds Tracker
- See the odds for the top men and women at the 2020 Australian Open
- View the odds for past Australian Open champions
- Discover which country has produced the most Australian Open champions since the tournament’s inception
The 2020 Australian Open returns to Melbourne Park on January 20th and runs until February 2nd. 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 our most trusted sportsbooks.
- [Jan 13] Since the end of the 2019 season til now, Federer’s odds have drifted out from +750 to +933
- [Nov 19] Daniil Medvedev was a huge +6600 earlier this year and +1000 in September, but now is just +850 to win January’s Aussie Open
- [Sept 9] With the conclusion of the last Grand Slam event of the year seeing Rafael Nadal win the US Open, his 2020 Australian Open odds are now +325. Novak Djokovic remains the +163 favorite to defend is 2019 Aussie Open title
- [Mar 20] It should come as no surprise that Novak Djokovic has opened with the shortest odds after he won his seventh Australian Open title in 2019
2020 AO Men’s Singles Odds
|Player||Odds at Bovada|
Odds taken Nov. 20. For all players visit Bovada
Odds for ATP Top 5 Men’s Singles Players
Could we see another Djokovic-Nadal showdown at the 2020 Australian Open? The 2019 edition turned out to be a snooze fest as Djokovic had his way with Nadal, beating the Spaniard in straight sets 6-3, 6-2, 6-3.
— tennis news chan 1 (@tennisnewschan1) January 27, 2019
Odds for Past Men’s Singles Winners
Don’t sleep on Roger Federer. The Swiss Maestro won back-to-back Australian Open titles in 2017 and 2018 before bowing out to Stefanos Tsitsipas in the fourth round in 2019.
Past Men’s Champions
Novak Djokovic passed Roger Federer and Australian tennis legend Roy Emerson in 2019 to become the all-time leader in Australian Open Men’s Singles Championships. He’ll look to cushion his lead with yet another title this February.
AO Men’s Champions by Country
It will be quite sometime before any other country can equal Australia’s 50 Australian Open Men’s Singles Championships.
- [Jan 13] Bianca Andreescu has dropped out at second favorite and Serena just won the Auckland Open, leaving Serena now with +416 odds, shortened from +525 in November
- [Nov 19] If anyone had the foresight to predict Bianca Andreescu’s rise to fame this year, you could’ve bet her at 50-1 odds in March. Today she is second-favorite to win 2020’s first grand slam with +625 odds.
- [Sept 9] While Williams remains the favorite at +450, US Open champions Bianca Andreescu has seen her odds shorten from +5000 in March, to +700 after her first major win
- [Mar 20] Serena Williams has opened with the shortest odds to win the Australian Open yet again. Williams has won this event seven times since 2003.
2020 AO Women’s Singles Odds
|Player||Odds at Bovada|
Odds for WTA Top 5 Women’s Singles Players
Naomi Osaka won’t have the luxury of sneaking up on anyone this year after winning back-to-back Grand Slams at the 2018 US Open and 2019 Australian Open. She holds the distinction of being the first Asian to top the Women’s Tennis Association rankings.
2019 Australian Open Champ, World No. 1! 💪🏼 #AusOpen
— W E R N A N (@iamsirphi) January 26, 2019
Odds for Past Women’s Singles Winners
Williams won this tournament in 2017, but was unable to defend her title in 2018, pulling out of the event after still recovering from her first pregnancy. 2019 was another bust as she lost to Karolina Pliskova in the quarterfinals while dealing with an ankle injury. Will Williams finally get back on track in 2020?
Past Women’s Champions
|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.
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.
Archived Australian Open Odds: 2019