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The 2021 US Open is being held in the next two weeks in New York, where almost every top women player competes. Except the Williams sisters who had to withdraw from the event due to injuries. Fans can see though the world No1 Ashleigh Barty and last year’s winner, Naomi Osaka who are the top favorites in the 2021 US Open women’s winner odds.  ... read more

We already know the last eight players in both the men’s and women’s events with some familiar names. Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic or Ashleigh Barty have all reached the quarter-finals easily, while some other top players have already dropped out. These are the biggest shocks at 2021 Wimbledon so far.  ... read more

The WTA Tour stays in Italy this week thanks to the inaugural Emilia-Romagna Open. The women’s tennis tournament is held in Parma between the 16th and 22nd of May. Serena Williams and her sister, Venus will also take part in the event. Where the world No8 is the top favorite according to the 2021 WTA Parma odds.  ... read more

Everyone has a picture about a typical tennis player in a nice white shirt or dress usually with a conservative look. But from time to time new players emerge who are different from the rest thanks to their unique style or intense behavior. Like Andre Agassi who brought some new colors to the sport and belongs to the most unorthodox tennis players.  ... read more

Finally the 2021 Australian Open has begun this week after a three-week delay with odds being available for all matches. You can bet on the winners of the games or the whole tournament. We collected these odds on some of the biggest sportsbooks where one thing is common. Novak Djokovic is the top favorite to win the men’s tournament in the 2021 Australian Open odds. While Ashleigh Barty and Naomi Osaka are head-to-head in the women’s singles outright odds.  ... read more

Despite the current situations, the organizing process Australian Open is still going according to the plan. Now that the US Open 2020 is over, tennis enthusiasts have already started to work on their predictions on Australian Open. In order to help you make your list as accurate as possible, here are some of the odds on Australian Open women’s singles. ... read more

The next Grand Slam tournament of the season, the French Open has already started with the qualifying rounds, while the first round will begin this Sunday. Though a few players, including the defending champion and world No1 Ashleigh Barty have withdrawn from the event, most top players will be there. In the Roland Garros women’s odds Simona Halep became the favorite but she will face tough competition.  ... read more

Following the withdrawal of Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal, now Novak Djokovic is also out of this year’s US Open. In the US Open 2020 winner odds world No5 Daniil Medvedev is the favorite while in the women’s event former US Open winner Naomi Osaka has the smallest odds.  But Serena Williams is still in the competition and fighting for her 24th GS title.  ... read more

As in the men’s event, the women’s Western and Southern Open has also been moved to New York from Cincinnati and held between the 21st and 28th of August. Top women players are taking part in the tournament with four players from the top 10. In the WTA New York betting tips local favorite Serena Williams has the smallest odds, but she was close to going out yesterday.  ... read more

Wimbledon continues to be the most prestigious tennis Grand Slam and is widely considered to be the most popular sporting event in the World. The penultimate day at Wimbledon features 2 main courts. No.1 Court welcomes the men’s doubles final whilst the showpiece event of the day is the women’s singles final on Centre Court. It has been held at the All England Club in Wimbledon, London, since 1877. It is played on outdoor grass courts, and since 2009 with a retractable roof over Centre Court. According to 2021 Women’s Wimbledon Betting Odds on online sportsbook sites in U.K, Bianca and Ashleigh have a thrilling and tough competition this year. ... read more