2021 Olympics Odds: Novak Djokovic & Naomi Osaka Favored To Win Tennis Gold

The Tokyo Olympics is just days away and our betting preview now looks at the latest Tennis odds
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2021 Olympics Odds: Novak Djokovic & Naomi Osaka Favored To Win Tennis Gold

This year’s Olympics will be missing some of the biggest names in tennis. No Rafael Nadal or Roger Federer on the Men’s side. No Sofia Kenin, Serena Williams, Simona Halep, or Bianca Andreescu on the Women’s side. That just means the field may be more wide open than it has been in the past.

2021 Olympics: Tennis Odds

Novak Djokovic massive favorite to take home the gold

PlayerOddsImplied chance
Novak Djokovic-15060%
Daniil Medvedev+35022.2%
Marin Cilic+35022.2%
Stefanos Tsitsipas+48017.2%
Alexander Zverev+70012.5%

Bettors and oddsmakers agree that Novak is the one to beat. He’s dominated tournaments all year and now he doesn’t have to contend with Nadal or Federer. Over the last 7 days, 56.9% of bets have been placed on him to win the gold. The next best is 8.3% of bets for Andy Murray.

Naomi Osaka edges Ash Barty as Olympic favorite

PlayerOddsImplied chance
Naomi Osaka+15040%
Ash Barty+35022.2%
Aryna Sabalenka+74011.9%
Petra Kvitova+15206.2%
Elina Svitolina+21004.5%

Oddsmakers think the race for gold is going to be a fight, bettors not so much. Over the last 7 days, Naomi Osaka has seen 62.5% of bets placed on her. Next best is Ash Barty at 12.5%. It’s surprising to see Osaka get so much love after pulling out of 2 majors this year. Just goes to show how much the bettors believe in her talent on the court.

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