US Open Odds: Serena Williams’ Odds the Longest They’ve Been Since 2006

Oddsmakers have given the GOAT her longest odds to win the US Open in 14 years
Brian Good
Mon, August 31, 10:55 AM

It’s hard to remember a time when Serena Williams’ odds to win the US Open were this long.

In fact, at +650 for this year’s event, her odds are the longest they’ve been to win the US Open since 2006, when she was +1000.

Williams missed the event in 2017 following an announcement that she was pregnant, and skipped the 2010 US Open due to an injury.

US Open Odds - Serena Williams

Year Odds to Win US Open
2020 +650
2019 +320
2018 +600
2017 DNP
2016 +170
2015 -130
2014 +150
2013 -143
2012 -105
2011 +140
2010 DNP
2009 +185
2008 +300
2007 +400
2006 +1000

Williams has won the event six times, with her most recent victory coming in 2014. Her +650 odds imply a 13.3% chance she wins the US Open for a 7th time this year.

Her first-round matchup with fellow American Kristie Ahn is scheduled for Tuesday at 2:00 pm ET. Williams is a -1050 favorite, while Ahn’s best odds currently sit at +700.

Williams is the favorite to win the event this year, Naomi Osaka (+1000) is the second favorite.

2020 Women's US Open Odds

Player Odds (Click to Bet)
Serena Williams +650
Naomi Osaka +1000
Karolina Pliskova +1600
Petra Kvitova +1800
Sofia Kenin +1800
Garbine Muguruza +2100
Madison Keys +2400
Aryna Sabalenka +2900
Jennifer Brady +3000
Cori (Coco) Gauff +3300


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