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14th August 2016 / Lee A Jackson - Category:
It’s a quick turn around for some players coming off the back of the Olympics as the WTA Cincinnati tournament swings into action next week. There is a big field out for the Premier event which includes Serena Williams and Angelique Kerber and the number one spot in the world is up for grabs in this one. Williams will hold on to the the crown if she gets to the quarter finals, but if she loses out before then and Kerber wins in Cincinnati, then the German will be the new World Number one.
So big stuff at stake here, but you wonder how much the Olympic excursion will have taken out the pair of them. Serena Williams went out of the competition early of course so will have had more time to get herself together for WTA Cincinnati, whereas Kerber had a run to the final where she claimed the silver medal against Puerto Rico’s Monica Puig. So that was a lot of extra work put in by Kerber and that will probably attract punters from here this week and she goes into the tournament as 8/1 third favourite.
After this there is the Connecticut Open before the US Open start in New York at the end of the month. So this is an important form tournament and Williams goes into the event as reigning champions having won it in the last two years. With her early departure from Rio, where she never looked comfortable at all as she was dumped out by Elina Svitolina, Williams may have a little advantage. But she looked a distraught figure in that defeat, almost breaking down in tears because it was so tough. She is 6/4 favourite for WTA CIncinnati, but you may question her mentally in this one.
So that all brings us to Simona Halep who is a 5/1 poke to take the crown here. Halep skipped the Olympics because of fears over the Zika virus so she has had plenty of time to prep for this one. She recently claimed the Rogers Cup in Canada which means that she is bang in form at the moment and she made the final here last year, losing out to Williams. She is on a great stretch of form with 23 wins in her last 26 matches played and is on a 10-match winning streak. You can’t argue with that, but out of her, Williams and Kerber, she gets the tougher draw as Agnieszka Radwanska and Belinda Bencic could be knocking around in her quarter.
Kerber and Halep are in the opposite half of the draw to Williams, and up in the top half to really oppose Williams you have Garbine Muguruza and Dominika Cibulkova. Of the two, you would have to side with the little powerhouse Cibulkova who can string together a nice stretch and challenge. Britain’s Johanna Konta is in the mix as well and could clash with Halep in the quarter final stage of the competition.
Top seeds in the top half: Serena Williams, Garbiñe Muguruza, Svetlana Kuznetsova, and Dominika Cibulkova.
Top seeds in the bottom half: Angelique Kerber, Simona Halep, Agnieszka Radwanska, and Roberta Vinci.
WTA Cincinnati Outright Odds
Serena Williams 6/4, Simona Halep 5/1, Angelique Kerebr 8/1, Garbine Muguruza 8/1, Agnieszka Radwanska 16/1, Belinda Bencic 20/1, Johanna Konta 25/1, 33/1 bar
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WTA Cincinnati Predictions
The fact that Williams has taken a wildcard into this one says a lot about here. She is clearly keen to get over the shock of her Olympic loss and is ready to defend her world number one status. However, the value isn’t with the defending champion here, it all lies with Simona Halep who is running in some cracking form at the moment.
8th July 2016 / Lee A Jackson - Category:
Serena Williams won’t get a showdown against sister Venus at Wimbledon in the final after all. After having rolled back the years, Venus bowed out in the semi final stage against 2016 Australian Open Champion Angelique Kerber. So now we get a rematch of that 2016 Australian Open Grand Slam final as it is Serena Williams v Kerber.
Kerber really never even had to get into top gear to see of Venus Williams, who didn’t have a great day at the office from the get go. Kerber just put in a steady performance as she has done throughout Wimbledon this year, including a tight but straight sets win over Simona Halep in the quarter finals. So Kerber has made a run to the final without having dropped a set.
As for Serena Williams she dropped a set in her second round match against Christina McHale but hasn’t looked back since then, breezing her way through the rounds to get to the final again. Williams of course is looking for her seventh Wimbledon title, whereas Kerber is eying up a shot at landing her first. Can she take anything away from the win over Williams at the Australian Open this year?
Williams holds a 5-2 head to head record against Kerber and took the first set in that Australian Open final but came under pressure in the second set as Williams battled back. But it was Kerber with a lot of the momentum in the early stages of the third set, stretching out to a 5-2 lead that really put her in control and finally ran out winner with a 6-4 third set win.
Williams is overwhelming 2/7 odds on favourite to win the Final with online betting site Bet365. That has left Keber a long way out at a quote of 11/4. Kerber is on top of her game at the moment and is well worth a flutter at that price and she has the game to eat into the serve of Williams, something a lot of players can’t do. You can take a punt on the game going to three sets as well at 7/4.
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4th May 2016 / Lee A Jackson - Category:
The 2016 WTA season has been all about Victoria Azarenka who is undergoing a renaissance. She is back at the top of her game. There is no Serena Williams in Madrid because of illness, which will lend more support towards Azarenka who is looking to make it three titles in a row for this season, after claiming victory at Indian Wells and then in Miami. She dropped just the one set over those two tournaments and beat Serena Williams in the final of Indian Wells and the Australian Open champion Angelique Kerber in Miami.
So Azarenka in the one to stop, however, she hasn’t gone very far on her last two visits to Madrid, losing against Williams in the round of sixteen last season, a round further than she managed in the previous year. She did get to the final in 2011 and in 2012 but lost out on both occasions there. The 2011 final was lost against Petra Kvitova and the Czech is running as second favourite in WTA Madrid Tennis betting this week.
Kvitova couldn’t handle Kerber in the semi finals of Stuttgart recently and is still looking for her first final of the term. She is a two-time winner of Madrid though, which makes her a threat for the 2016 edition but there could be better value elsewhere. Simona Halep is kicking around at a price of 5/1 and you’ll get the guts and fight from her whoever she is taking on and at what stage. Halep, like Kvitova hasn’t really caught first this season yet either with no final appearances.
So clay expert Carla Suarez Navarro should have big appeal at a price of 8/1 as an each way bet. The Spaniard, who won in Doha this season and made the quarters of the Australian Open, was, like Kvitova, a victim of Angelique Kerber also in Stuttgart on her first clay event of the season. She went to the quarterfinals of Madrid last season where she was stopped by Serena Williams, but should be good value to go deep this term.
Really, take Azarenka out of the Madrid field and this is wide, wide open with some top seeds having fallen early, including number one seed Agnieszka Radwanska who was ousted in the first round by Dominka Cibulkova. Angelique Kerber went out in the first round as well to Barbora Strycova. Azarenka and Kvitova are heading for a massive quarter final clash which could open things up even more in WTA Madrid tennis betting. Look for decent runs from Suarez Navarro, Cibulkova and Halep.
WTA Madrid Tennis Betting Odds
Victoria Azarenka 2/1, Petra Kvitova 7/2, Simona Halep 5/1, Carla Suarez Navarro 8/1, Madison Keys 10/1, Dominika Cibulkova 16/1, Ekaterina Makarova 20/1, Irina-Camelia Begu 25/1, bar 33/1
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22nd March 2016 / Lee A Jackson - Category:
It’s another big week on the tennis circuit following on from the action at Indian Wells last week in California. It’s off to the other side of the country for the Miami Open on both the ATP and the WTA this week where all of the big guns are back out in actin in Florida, which starts on Wednesday.
Novak Djokovic claimed another title at Indian Wells and the world number one is looking for what would be his sixth Miami title as well. There doesn’t appear to be any slowing of the Serbian this year who is 22-1 for the season after his Indian Wells success. He has already won in Doha, at the Australian Open and now Indian Wells.
So it is on to the second ATP World Tour Masters 1000 event to the season season as the Tour hits Miami and he is a short 4/7 price to go out and get the job done yet again after having won there for the last two years. Djokovic won six of the ATP World Tour Masters 1000 events last year and seems to keep going from strength to strength. He could be on course to meet Roger Federer in the semi finals, who is only back this week after surgery at the start of February.
Andy Murray steps out again this week in what has been a quiet season for him with his main appearance coming at the Australian Open. Murray lost in the third round of Indian Wells last week over three sets against World 53 Federico Delbonis. He goes on the opposite half of the draw to Djokovic with Rafa Nadal a potential semi final opponent there.
ATP Miami Open Betting Odds
Novak Djokovic 4/7, Andy Murray 13/2, Roger Federer 8/1, Rafael Nadal 16/1, Kei Nishikori 18/1, Stan Wawrinka 20/1, Milos Raonic 28/1, bar 40/1
The WTA got a little interesting on the weekend with Serena Williams missing out on that title at Indian Wells. That means, shockingly, that she remains without a title this season, even though she looks to be still right there on top of her game. It’s now back to back final defeats for Williams this season after going down against Victoria Azarenka in the Indian Wells showcase.
Williams was beaten in the final of the Australian Open by a stunning performance from Germany’s Angelique Kerber, but given the relationship that Williams has had with Indian Wells and having been in her first final there for fifteen years, it looked as if she let the occasion get to her against Azarenka. But losses are losses and she needs to find a way to hit back. She is an eight time champion in Miami, so she is likely to go close.
The last time that a player won in Indian Wells and Miami in the same season was Kim Clijsters back in 2005. So it’s not an easy task but the Belarusian has looked great on hard surfaces this year, although still she is temperamentally off key at times in her matches. Simona Halep seems to be gaining momentum having had to deal with injuries and illnesses this season which has seen her nowhere near her best. She looked much better at Indian Wells, but was stopped by Serena Williams in the quarters.
Australian Open Angelique Kerber is in the mix as well, but has been out of sorts since her win in Melbourne and is currently running on a three match losing streak. The German could collide with Karolina Pliskova who went to the semis of Indian Wells and the mighty serving skills of the Czech may be the one to back to go further in the tournament.
WTA Miami Open Betting Odds
Serena Williams 11/8, Victoria Azarenka 9/2, Simona Halep 12/1, Agnieszka Radwanska 12/1, Belinda Bencic 18/1, Angelique Kerber 20/1, Garbine Muguruza 25/1, Petra Kvitova 25/1, Karolina Pliskova 33/1, bar 50/1
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17th August 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category:
Hats off to young Belinda Bencic who made her way past both Serena Williams and Simona Halep to win the Rogers Cup in Toronto on the weekend. That was her 21st win in her last 25 matches and is within touching distance now of the world top ten after claiming the second title of her career (both this year). The bookmakers have had to react to that of course and Bencic is a 20/1 quote at online betting site Bet365 to walk out and cap what would truly be a remarkable fortnight by winning in Cincinnati.
That’s a big ask of the 21 year old Swiss player though, as she will be opposed by some heavy hitters in the game again. The whole top ten (apart from Ekaterina Makarova) is actually out in Ohio this week so a massively competitive feature. Bencic has a tough opener against recent Stanford winner Angelique Kerber in the first round and were she to get through that then she could be on a collision course with fourth seed Petra Kvitova in the quarter finals.
Serena Williams is likely to be one of the semi finalists from the top half of the draw and you can be she will be out for some redemption after her final four loss against Bencic in Toronto. Williams goes as heavy 6/5 odds on favourite to win the Western & Southern Open a price which is a long way shorter than second favourite Maria Sharapova who makes her return this week. Sharapova hasn’t played since the Wimbledon semi finals, missing Toronto because of an injury.
Toronto finalist Simona Halep is thankfully back on form on the hard courts. No other player has won more hard court matches or WTA titles this season than the young Romanian has done. In each of the last two season she has been in the quarter finals of Cincinnati, but she is back at a price of 9/1 after having to withdraw with an injury problem in the final of Toronto against Bencic. Halep would meet Sharapova at the semi final stage, but with injury concerns over both, it may be worth opposing them in quarters betting.
Victoria Azarenka is a nice 9/4 appeal to win the third quarter of CIncinnati over Halep for the same price as the Romanian. Sharapova, who hasn’t looked herself for most of the season has an easier quarter, but there are a couple of players in there who could surprise like Karolina Pliskova and Timea Bacsinszky who are 7/1 quotes to beat Sharapova to the fourth quarter punch. Interestingly since the tournament began in 2004 there has been a different Champion each year. So look for someone who hasn’t won it (of the current crop that would count out Williams, Azarenka and Sharapova).
WTA Cincinnati Tennis betting odds
Serena Williams 6/5, Maria Sharapova 7/1, Victoria Azarenka 9/1, Simona Help 9/1, Petra Kvitova 16/1, Belinda Bencic 20/1, Garbine Muguruza 33/1, Agnieszka Radwanska 33/1, Angelique Kerber 40/1, Caroline Wozniacki 40/1, bar 50/1
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19th April 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category:
Big draw on the WTA tennis betting this week, as Maria Sharapova is back out and expecting to defend her Stuttgart title. This is a clay event, a surface which given Sharapova’s performances this season, she will be happy to get too. The Russian darling of the tennis courts has won this title for the last three seasons running and goes as firm favourite in what is the oldest indoor clay tournament on the WTA.
While you haven’t seen the best of Sharapova this season, you can expect too this week in WTA Stuttgart tennis betting. She is up as 3/1 joint favourite for this week’s action but she won’t be too happy with the draw because she could run into Germany’s Angelique Kerber, who recently won a title on clay in Charleston, in her first match. So not the kind of start that she would have wanted, but should she win, it would be a massive bolster for her confidence to run all the way.
But with so much dominance in Stuttgart, why is Sharapova not outright favorite? That is because of Simona Halep, who sits in direct opposition also at a quote of 3/1 with online betting site Bet365. Halep has been in immense form this season, that is why she is joint favourite with the proven track record of Sharapova. Halep, who has won three titles already this season, is actually better on clay than on the hard court, because her game, like Sharapova’s is more naturally suited to the dirt. That’s a scary thing for the rest of the WTA for the clay swing of the season.
You would say the draw ahead for Halep is tricky, not insurmountable. The likes of young Garbine Muguruza, clay veteran Sara Errani and Poland’s Agnieszka Radwanska are all crammed in Halep’s quarter of the draw. Then there is the likes of clay specialist Carla Suarez Navarro a potential semi final opponent down the line. This should be a great test for both Sharapova and Help of their clay credentials, in what can be considered as the real start to the Roland Garros French Open build up.
Porsche Tennis Grand Prix Winner Betting Odds
Maria Sharapova 3/1, Simona Halep 3/1, Petra Kvitova 7/1, Ana Ivanovic 12/1, Garbine Muguruza 10/1, Carla Suarez Navarro 16/1, Caroline Wozniacki 16/1, Agnieszka Radwanska 20/1, Angelique Kerber 25/1, 28/1 bar
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7th April 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category:
Couple of interesting WTA tennis betting tournaments to enjoy this week. The intensity dies down a little bit after the thrills of the Premier Tier back to back events of Indian Wells and Miami. So naturally a lot of the big guns are going to be taking a break after all that, but regardless the WTA Tour moves on to Charleston in the USA and Katowice in Poland this week.
Over in Katowice, Agnieszka Radwanska, who has been struggling for form this season heads up the market by a considerable distance, running as 7/4 favourite at online betting site Bet365. But given the way that she has been playing this season, there is a dangerous field around her which diminishes the value on her.
Alice Cornet, the reigning champion is bigger value at 4/1 and she is the one who knocked out Radwanska here last season. But there are other big dangerous players (at this level) in the mix as well. Camila Giorgi is in pretty good nick at the moment and reasonable each way value at 8/1, and the likes of Magdalena Rybarikova and Anna Karolina Schmiedlova are hanging around in there. No easy path to the final for Radwanska, so look elsewhere.
At WTA Charleston Eugenie Bouchard is one of the headliners at the Family Circle Cup. The season really hasn’t kicked off for the young Canadian yet, and that may detract punters from here. Reigning Champion Andrea Petkovic looks more dangerous at the moment and with the heavy hitting of Sloane Stephens in there as well, plus the in-form Jelena Jankovic, the draw looks pretty stacked.
You can also have a good look at young Caroline Garcia who is in the mix and with this being on clay, that should bring the Sara Errani into the picture as well, along with Angelique Kerber and Sam Stosur too as a reasonable outside shots in the field. Great action on the cards this week for your WTA Tennis betting.
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16th February 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category:
The Dubai Open this week will be without both Serena Williams and Eugenie Bouchard, so your WTA tennis betting is being headed up by young Romanian Simona Halep, who is 3/1 favourite at online betting site Paddy Power to launch an assault at the title. This is one of the Premier events on the tour with a huge prize purse on the line.
Seven of the world’s top ten are out in action and.this week and it should be pretty interesting to watch just how Halep goes. She blitzed her way to nine wins from nine matches to open the season with, but then reached unexpectedly against Ekaterina Makarova in the quarter finals of the Australian Open and then slumped to a Fed Cup defeat against Garine Muguruza. Reason to run away and desert her?
No. She is full of grit and you aren’t going to find anyone more determined to get a win on the board this week than Halep. She goes as top seed and she could run into Makarova again in the quarterfinals of the competitions with Caroline Wozniacki or Angelique Kerber the most likely to be semi final opposition for Halep. So a decent chance in the field here for Halep to get back to winning ways and if she starts picking up quick momentum there is going to be reason why she can’t deliver solid each way value.
Petra Kvitova is the one to watch behind her though, going off in the opposite half of the field. Kvitova is a 6/1 quote for the title, but it may be worth waiting to see if she can get past her first match though. Kvitova, the 2013 Dubai winner has lost in the first round in three of her last four appearances here. The time that she didn’t she went on to lift the title. Wozniacki is another former winner in the field, not having been out since the Australian Open second round.
So what about reigning champion Venus williams? She has put up a tremendous 11-1 record for 2015 and she has tournament history on her side in Dubai. Williams has won the title on each of her last three appearances at the tournament, which puts her on a fifteen match winning streak in Dubai. She has only lost just the one set in that run as well, and that was against her sister in the 2009 semi finals. Williams is one of the hottest players on the WTA at the moment for form, and may have appeal out at 14/1 for punters.
Dubai Duty Free Tennis Betting Odds
Simona Help 5/1, Petra Kvitova 6/1, Agnieszka Radwanska 8/1, Ana Ivanovic 10/1, Caroline Wozniacki 10/1, Venus Williams 14/1, Ekaterina Makarova 16/1, Angelique Kerber 20/1, bar 28/1.
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26th October 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category:
The WTA season is all but done. There is a great tournament this week though, the WTA Tournament of Champions, which gets a bit overlooked.
It is the understudy even of the WTA Tour Finals, which were won by Serena Williams on the weekend. The WTA Tour Finals is contested between the eight players who have amassed the most Tour points in the season. The Tournament of Champions is for six players who have won a WTA title this year, but didn’t qualify for the WTA Tour Finals. Two wildcards also get their spot.
Simona Halep, who lost in the WTA Tour Finals on the weekend against Serena Williams won this last year, so it is a tournament which showcases future talent. The tournament is being played in Sofia, Bulgaria, and who do we have on the card for your WTA Tournament of Champions tennis betting?
It is Ekaterina Makarova who is edging things at the head of the betting market as 4/1 favourite with online bookmaker Paddy Power.
The tournament is split into two Round Robin groups, the top two from each going through to the semi finals. What will help Makarova’s case here is that she is heading up the tougher of the two groups, as she takes on veteran Flavia Pennetta, as well as Alize Cornet and Garbine Muguruza. So if she tops the group, there will likely be an easy semi final and final ahead. It is likely that Russia’s Makarova, the world number eleven and a quarter finalist at Wimbledon and a semifinalist at the US Open, will be in the final four.
Over in the group, Dominika Cibulkova will be expected to come out on top. The diminutive powerhouse has been struggling for form though over the second half of the season, after being so dominant out of the 2014 gates on the WTA Tour. Still, she packs a punch and goes up against Andrea Petkovic, Carla Suarez Navarro, Tsvetana Pironkova.
Tough to find any great consistency of form from anyone here, but Bulgaria’s Pironkova has reached the quarters in her last two tournaments and could be a surprise semi finalist, especially with home support on her side. Tough to see anyone other than Cibulkova being a genuine title shot from the second group though.
WTA Tournament of Champions Betting odds
Ekaterina Makarova 4/1, Flavia Pennetta 5/1, Garbine Muguruza 11/2, Dominika Cibulkova 11/2, Alize Cornet 6/1, Carla Suarez Navarro 6/1, Andrea Petkovic 7/1, Tsvetana Pironkova 8/1
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20th October 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category:
It is the end of season event for the eight players who picked up enough points on the tour to make it Singapore for the finals. The eight ladies are split into two round robin groups, with the top two from each moving on to the semi finals. So it’s an interesting format and it is a tournament which has been dominated by Serena Williams in the last two years. She goes as 6/4 favourite at online betting site Paddy Power for the latest edition.
That is an immensely strong price with Maria Sharapova coming in as second favourite at a price of 4/1, with Petra Kvitova at 7/2. There is Group betting to take a look at, and in the Red Group, the tournament favourites Williams is housed, so she is naturally an overwhelming 4/7 favourite there, following by Ana Ivanovic, Eugenie Bouchard and Simona Halep all around the 6/1 mark.
In the White Group, Petra Kvitova (who was a winner in 2011) has taken an odds edge at a price of 6/4 to top the group (largely because she is a fantastic indoor player), with Maria Sharapova at 7/4, with Caroline Wozniacki and Agnieszka Radwanska making up the outside shots in the group.
So there is plenty of round robin match betting to be enjoyed over the next few days from some of the best players in the world on the WTA Tour. It’s a great spectacle with the final coming on October 26th.
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