The latest tennis odds for upcoming tournaments are available in the table below. Highlights include the Australian Open and other Grand Slams, as well as ATP and WTA events and other top tours throughout the year. Available betting options include wagers on the tournament winners, bets on individual matchups, and a variety of props. Futures betting on the winners of the slam events are also available throughout the year. Tennis is a popular attraction at legal online sportsbooks, with events to wager on all year long.
Latest tennis odds
Odds for the winners of upcoming tennis tournaments appear in the table below. For bets that you’re interested in, just click on the odds to head to the sportsbook where you can place that bet. All odds are subject to change as the event continues to progress.
2024 Australian Open odds
Below are the latest betting odds for the winners of the 2024 Australian Open. If you see a bet that you’d like to place, just click on the odds to get started.
|Men’s Winner||Odds||Women’s Winner||Odds|
|Novak Djokovic||+110||Iga Swiatek||+250|
|Carlos Alcaraz||+225||Aryna Sabalenka||+400|
|Jannik Sinner||+550||Cori Gauff||+700|
|Daniil Medvedev||+700||Elena Rybakina||+700|
|Rafael Nadal||+1600||Jessica Pegula||+1200|
|Stefanos Tsitsipas||+2000||Ons Jabeur||+1400|
|Alexander Zverev||+2200||Karolina Muchova||+1400|
|Holger Rune||+2500||Caroline Garcia||+1600|
|Taylor Fritz||+2500||Belinda Bencic||+2000|
Odds are from BetMGM Sportsbook. Last updated November 2023.
Australian Open information
The 2024 Australian Open takes place Jan. 15-28 at the Margaret Court and Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne Park, Australia. The defending champions are Novak Djokovic and Aryna Sabalenka, who are also among the betting favorites in their respective draws. On the men’s side, Carlos Alcaraz and Daniil Medvedev are also among the top names on the odds board. For the women, additional favorites include Iga Swiatek and Cori Gauff. Broadcast coverage of the event will be available on ESPN platforms and its family of networks.
Tennis odds explained
There are several options for betting on tennis at legal online sportsbooks. You can wager on a player to win an upcoming tournament, focus on individual matchups or choose from a variety of props and other bets. Here’s a look at how various tennis bets work:
For each event on both the men’s and women’s side, there are odds for all players scheduled to compete. As you scroll the odds board, there will be a few favorites up top, long shots at the bottom, and a host of other entrants in between the two extremes.
- To win the US Open:
- Aryna Sabalenka (+150)
- Cori Gauff (+180)
- Karolina Muchova (+300)
As tournaments play out, contestants advance through the bracket by winning their respective matchups. Sportsbooks will have odds for each match from the opening round to the finals. The lines are set on the moneyline, with negative numbers for favorites and positive for underdogs.
- Novak Djokovic vs. Carlos Alcaraz
- Djokovic (-115)
- Alcaraz (+105)
As you dig deeper into the tennis betting menu, there’s a whole host of props available for each match. You can bet on the individual games and sets throughout a match, put some money on specific factors like break points, or even try to project the correct score from a range of choices.
- Daniil Medvedev vs. Stefanos Tsitsipas
- Correct score groups any player — first set
- 6-3, 6-4 (+105)
- 7-5, 7-6 (+200)
- 6-0, 6-1, 6-2 (+250)
Live betting on tennis odds
Many online sportsbooks offer live betting for tennis throughout a tournament. When available, there are a number of options for bettors, including updated odds on the winner of the event in its entirety or a specific match, over/under on total sets, the correct score and more.
When an event is in progress, you can log into the sportsbook from your computer or mobile device to check out the available options. Live betting odds tend to move rapidly and can provide a real-time look at the market perception of what’s happening as you watch along.
Popular tennis bets
Here’s a look at the top tennis betting options that you’re likely to come across at online sportsbooks and details on how they work.
- Tournament winner: Wager on the winner of the event.
- Head-to-head: A moneyline bet on the winner of a match.
- Games spread: Choose the favorite minus the listed number of games or take the underdog plus the spread.
- Total games and sets: Over/under betting on the number of games or sets necessary to complete the match.
- Match parlays: Multi-leg wagers, such as a player to win plus the over/under on total games.
- Sets, matches and games: Various bets on the different segments of the match.
- Player props: Options include aces, break points and more.
- Player to win at least one set: Wager on the underdog to win at least one set during the match.
- Correct score: Bet on the correct final score for a game or set.
Tennis odds FAQ
How do tennis odds work?
The odds for tennis work in the same fashion as for other sports. The odds serve as an indicator of the likelihood of an outcome, such as the winner of a tournament or a head-to-head matchup between two players.
Which sportsbook has the best tennis odds?
There’s no sportsbook that will always have the best odds on any specific tennis tournament or matchup. Bettors should take the time to line shop and compare the odds at multiple sportsbooks to choose the most favorable option for wagers they want to place.
What’s the easiest tennis bet to win?
There’s no one single tennis bet that’s necessarily easier to win than others. Sports betting carries risk, and there’s always the possibility of losing your stake no matter how appealing a wager may appear to be. For those who are new to tennis betting, keep it simple from the start and choose an interesting option or two as you continue to learn.
How much could you potentially win on a $100 tennis bet?
The winnings from a successful $100 bet will depend on the odds when you placed the wager. For example, a $100 bet at odds of -105 would yield a profit of $95.24 if you went on to win, while the same stake at odds of +105 has the potential for $105 in profit.
Is there a spread in tennis betting?
Spread betting is available for head-to-head tennis matches. As opposed to points, the spread uses sets or games. Other than that, the bet works in the same fashion as spread betting for other sports: Choose the favorite minus the number or the underdog plus the same number. To win, your selection has to cover the listed number.