Odds to Win 2017 Australian Open: Murray – World No #1

Odds to Win 2019 Australian Open: Murray 30-1

Andy Murray finished 2016 as the number-one ranked tennis player in the world. Last summer Murray earned his second Wimbledon and Olympic championships and did so with Novak Djokovic as the world number-one. The Scotsman finished the 2016 season with five straight tournament trophies, including a final-round win over Djokovic at the World Tour Finals. That victory made him the year-end No #1.

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2016 US Open Tennis Odds

Australian Open Odds

Can Andy Murray turn his historic Olympic gold medal into a US Open title? In Rio, Murray became the first men’s singles player to win back-to-back Olympic golds by beating Juan Martin del Potro in the finals. Japan’s Kei Nishikori captured the bronze. On the women’s side, Puerto Rico’s Monica Puig defeated Germany’s Angelique Kerber for the gold medal. Serena Williams was bounced from the tournament in the third round by Ukraine’s Elina Svitolina. Fortunately for Williams, she’s returning to Flushing Meadows where she’s won six times.

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2016 Summer Olympic Odds to Win Women’s Tennis Gold: Serena’s last Olympics?

Odds to Win 2018 Australian Open: Serena withdraws

It will be a surprise, to say the least, if defending golf medalist Serena Williams doesn’t claim her fifth Olympic Games title. While the draw that Williams sits in isn’t the poshest of positions the Team USA top ranked player has the experience and the game management to travel deep into the Rio tournament stages.

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