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
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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

YearOdds to Win US Open
2020+650
2019+320
2018+600
2017DNP
2016+170
2015-130
2014+150
2013-143
2012-105
2011+140
2010DNP
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

PlayerOdds
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
ROI N/A
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Brian is a sports journalist with close to ten years of experience in the business. A lifelong Philadelphia sports fan with a passion for all things sports gambling.

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