2020 US Open (Tennis) Women’s Singles - Predictions and Odds

US Open Women 2020 Odds

The odds for the US Open Winner Women 2020 are provided by DraftKings Sportsbook.

US OpenDraftKings
Ashleigh Barty+700
Simona Halep+700
Serena Williams+800
Bianca Andreescu+900
Naomi Osaka+1000
Petra Kvitova+1400
Garbine Muguruza+1500
Karolina Pliskova+1500
Sofia Kenin+2000
Madison Keys+2000
Aryna Sabalenka+2000
Elena Rybakina+2000
Belinda Bencic+3000
Elina Svitolina+3000
Kiki Bertens+3300
Cori Gauff+3300
Amanda Anisimova+4000
Angelique Kerber+5000

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US Open Women 2020 Location and Key Dates

WhenAugust 31 – September 12
WhereUTSA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in New York City, NY
SurfaceHard (outdoor)
Points2000

Best Picks for the 2020 US Open Women’s Singles

Ashleigh Barty

Current Ranking: #1, 8,717 points

Career Singles Titles: 8

US Open Record: 9-5, 0 titles

2019 US Open Result: Fourth round

Barty has two consecutive fourth-round appearances at the US Open.

The current WTA number 1 is coming off her first career ATP Finals title as well as a career-best semifinal appearance at the Australian Open.

Barty has a good chance of keeping her spot at the end of the year ranking, and a good showing in New York will be key for it.

If the Australian’s strong form on the hard surface carries over into the second half of the year following the break, she will be one of the favorites to lift the trophy.

Sofia Kenin

Current Ranking: #4, 4,590 points

Career Singles Titles: 5

US Open Record: 6-5, 0 titles

2019 US Open Result: Third round

After winning her first career major, Kenin added a second title this year at the Lyon Open.

The young American made it to the third round in her last three US Open appearances.

Playing at home as a slam champion for the first time, Kenin has a good chance of adding a second major.

It’s also worth remembering that she was the 2015 Junior US Open women’s singles runner up.

Serena Williams

Current Ranking: #9, 3,915 points

Career Singles Titles: 73

US Open Record: 101-13, 6 titles

2019 US Open Result: Runner-up

Williams had only dropped one game prior to last year’s final, which she lost to Bianca Andreescu.

The six-time US Open champion will have another shot at tying Margaret Court’s record of 24 majors.

The 23-time slam champion had a slow start to 2020 but remains a good pick for the three slams.

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Naomi Osaka

Current Ranking: #10, 3,625 points

Career Singles Titles: 5

US Open Record: 14-3, 1 title

2019 US Open Result: Fourth round

After winning back-to-back slams, Osaka regressed slightly during the remainder of the 2019 season. Despite this, the former number 1 showed some promising signs at the start of 2020.

Osaka reached the semifinals at the Brisbane International, which she lost to number 3 Karolina Pliskova in a long three-setter.

She then made it to the third round at the Australian Open but failed to defend her title.

If Osaka returns to her late 2018 form, she will have a good chance to reclaim the US Open crown.

The Japanese player is one of the underdogs to keep an eye on for the 2020 title.

2020 US Open Women’s Singles FAQ

Who Won the 2019 US Open Women’s Singles Titles?

Bianca Andreescu won the 2019 US Open women’s singles title, her first career major.

Andreescu became the first player born in the 2000s to win a slam.

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

Molla Mallory has the most women’s singles titles with eight, while Chris Evert and Serena Williams are tied for the most Open Era titles with six.

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