Australian Open Women's Singles 2021- Prediction and Early Betting Odds

Australian Open 2021 Odds

The odds for the Australian Open 2021 are provided by DraftKings Sportsbook.

Australian OpenDraftKings
Ashleigh Barty+800
Naomi Osaka+900
Bianca Andreescu+1000
Simona Halep+1000
Sofia Kenin+1100
Karolina Pliskova+1200
Serena Williams+1300
Aryna Sabalenka+1400
Garbiñe Muguruza+1500
Petra Kvitova+1600
Madison Keys+2000
Elina Svitolina+2000
Belinda Bencic+2500
Kiki Bertens+2500
Johanna Konta+2500
Elena Rybakina+2500
Angelique Kerber+3300
Anett Kontaveit+3300

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Australian Open 2021 Location and Key Dates

WhenJanuary 18 – January 30
WhereMelbourne Park in Melbourne, Australia
Prize MoneyAU$71,000,000
SurfaceHard (indoor)

Best Picks for the 2021 Australian Open Women’s Singles

We discuss the best prop bets for the 2021 Australian Open Women’s Singles in our latest Prop Drop episode. Check it out below.

Ashleigh Barty

Current Ranking: #1, 8,717 points

Career Singles Titles: 8

Australian Open Record: 13-7, 0 titles

2020 Australian Open Result: Semifinals

Barty followed up her career year in 2019 with a solid start to her 2020 season.

The WTA number 1 made it to her home slam’s semifinals for the first time, although her campaign ended with a loss to Petra Kvitova.

She will once again be playing for a chance to become the first Australian to capture a singles title in Melbourne since 1978.

Barty has made it to at least one final in the last three years during the Australian hard court season.

If that form continues in 2020, she has a very good chance of lifting the trophy at home.

Sofia Kenin

Current Ranking: #4, 4,590 points

Career Singles Titles: 5

Australian Open Record: 8-2, 1 title

2020 Australian Open Result: Champion

Betting on the defending champion is never a bad idea.

Kenin had an impressive run to her first major title, dropping only one set before the decider.

She then went on to defeat two-time major champion Garbine Muguruza after going down one set, thus becoming the youngest Australian Open champion since 2008.

Her road to the title included wins over fellow American rising star Coco Gauff and WTA number 1 Ashleigh Barty.

That being said, Kenin will have to work hard to defend her crown in 2021.

Serena Williams is the most recent player to successfully defend a slam title in women’s singles, a feat she achieved at Wimbledon in 2016.

Victoria Azarenka was the most recent player to achieve the feat at the Australian Open, winning back-to-back titles in 2012 and 2013.

Simona Halep

Current Ranking: #2, 2,076 points

Career Singles Titles: 20

Australian Open Record: 24-10, 0 titles

2020 Australian Open Result: Semifinals

Halep made it to the quarterfinals in four of the last seven Australian Open editions.

The former WTA number 1 reached the final in 2018 but was upset by Caroline Wozniacki.

She made it to the semifinals again in 2020 but suffered an unexpected defeat at the hands of unseeded Garbine Muguruza.

Halep made it to a major semifinals at least once in five of the last six years, winning two titles in four final appearances.

One thing to keep an eye on is her injury history, as the Romanian dealt with a fair share of setbacks in the last two years.

Australian Open FAQ

Who Is the 2020 Australian Open Champion?

Sofia Kenin is the reigning Australian Open champion, becoming the tournament’s youngest winner since 2008.

It was Kenin’s first career major title.

Who Has the Most Australian Open Women’s Singles Titles?

Margaret Court holds the record for the most Australian Open women’s singles titles with 11.

Serena Williams holds the Open Era record with seven titles.

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