Andrew Wilson |  Tue 06/08/2019 - 12:40 EDT

2019 Canadian Open Tennis Odds

2019 Canadian Open Tennis Odds
Canada’s biggest tennis tournament gets underway in the first full week of August with the 2019 Rogers Cup. The women head to Toronto this year, while the men are in Montreal. While some of the biggest names in tennis have opted to skip the tournament this year, plenty of Canadian talent is on display. It has been a long time since a Canadian won either tournament and even with the amount of Canadians playing, there are better bets to make on other players.

Roger Cup Odds are open for betting on match winners and futures markets on the winner of each section of the tournament. The top tennis betting odds on the best players in the tournament are listed below.

Top Odds to Win Men’s Singles

  • Rafael Nadal +200
  • Dominic Thiem +900
  • Alex Zverev +900
  • Daniil Medvedev +1100
  • Stefanos Tsitsipas +1200

Top Odds to Win Women’s Singles:

  • Simona Halep +500
  • Serena Williams +700
  • Ashleigh Barty +800
  • Naomi Osaka +800
  • Karolina Pliskova +1000

2019 Rogers Cup Facts

  • 1958 last year a Canadian man won the Canadian Open
  • 1969 last year a Canadian woman won the Canadian Open
  • Defending men’s champ, Rafael Nadal won four Canadian Opens
  • Defending women’s champ, Simona Halep, coming off her second win in three years

Men’s Singles Preview and Predictions

The top player at the 2019 Canadian Open (also called the Rogers Cup) is Rafael Nadal. Nadal is in the midst of another successful tennis season, although his failure to beat Roger Federer at Wimbledon left some disappointment.

While Nadal is the reigning champion at the Rogers Cup and the male with the best Canadian Open odds to win, his odds to win are not as valuable as they are in tournaments with Federer and Djokovic.

Instead, our pick to win the 2019 men’s portion of the Rogers Cup is Stefanos Tsitsipas. Tsitsipas is coming off a final’s appearances at last year’s tournament, beating some impressive talent (four ten-top ranked opponents) before losing to Nadal in the finals.

Since last year’s breakout performances at the Rogers Cup, Tsitsipas is one of the hottest young names in the tennis world. He won two tournaments already this year and has a bye for the first round of the 2019 Rogers Cup.

His position in the bracket will help him avoid Nadal and Alex Zverev (his biggest challenger outside of Nadal) until later in the tournament. Also, because of his odds to win the 2019 Canadian Open, it is possible to bet on him and lay some extra juice on Nadal or another option and still come up positive if either tennis player wins.

Pick: Stefanos Tsitsipas (+1600) to Win 2019 Men’s Singles at the Rogers Cup

Women’s Singles Preview and Predictions

Although Serena Williams is the favourite to win the 2019 women’s singles Rogers Cup, we are not too fond of betting on her with the odds currently available.

Williams has come up a little short in some of her recent tennis tournaments, often losing in the finals. One of her losses, at the 2018 U.S. Open, came against Naomi Osaka, who is our pick to win the 2019 women’s Canadian Open.

While Osaka has also fallen short at recent Grand Slams, her greatest successes in her career have come on the hardcourt, which is what the 2019 Rogers Cup is played on.

The Rogers Cup is a key tournament for the defending U.S. Open champion, helping previous winners prepare and get a better idea of what types of players they will face in late August and early September.

Osaka has been open about her shortcomings in the last few months. The heightened attention and pressure on the 21-year-old have hindered her performances lately, but she is feeling more confident now, going into the Rogers Cup.

Overall, the women’s field this year is strong, but Osaka’s abilities on the hardcourt are enough bettors should feel confident she will be the Rogers Cup 2019 winner.

Pick: Naomi Osaka (+800) to Win 2019 Women’s Singles at the Rogers Cup

For the best online sportsbooks for betting on tennis, including the Rogers Cup and upcoming 2019 U.S. Open, check out the options below.

 

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