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WTA Betting Odds

| 01.07.2010

With a sea of Ladbrokes prices making WTA tennis betting such an attractive market, WTA Tour betting offers bettors the chance to bet on tennis all season long.

As the WTA Tour travels around the world, there are countless WTA Tour betting opportunities and plenty of big wins to make.

Caroline Wozniacki has become the world number one after Serena Williams withdrew from the rest of the season due to a foot injury, and Wozniacki will carry the moniker into the start of the new season.

WTA tournaments, such as the Bank of West Classic and the Istanbul Cup, see the world’s finest talents do battle, and the WTA tour betting prices reflect how closely contested these events are.

Whether you’re betting on WTA Tier II tournaments or WTA Tier II tournaments, the WTA tour betting prices mean that you can bet on WTA tour events throughout the year.

With the season ending at the end of October, the professionals will take November off as they prepare for the start of another long and arduous season.

With the Williams sisters still struggling to shake off injuries, ther personal preparation time will be affected, allowing the other contenders to gain an advantage when the first Grand Slam of the season, the Australian Open, come around in January.

Serena Williams is currently the 10/3 favourite in the Australian Open tennis betting market, closely followed by WTA Championship winner Kim Clijsters at 7/2, and world number one Wozniacki at 5/1.

Ana Ivanovic will start next year in the world’s top twenty after seeing a resurgence in her game and is 16/1 in the Australian Open betting odds to win in Melbourne.

One to watch out for next year is Vera Zvonareva who finishes the year as world number two and is 12/1 to win in Australia.

Justine Henin is tipped for a big year next year and is 7/1 to win the first grand Slam. The Australian Open is just one of many WTA Tour markets on offer at Ladbrokes.com.



Robbie Morris

Robbie studied sports journalism at the University of Gloucestershire, an establishment chosen for its proximity to Cheltenham racecourse, where he was a season ticket holder. Upon graduation, Robbie was a contributor to GolfPunk, a national magazine aimed at ridding golf of its traditionalist image, before joining the news.ladbrokes team.