2023 Berlin Open Betting Odds – Who Are the Main Favourites?

One of the best ways to multiply your bets is to predict the winner of the Berlin Open 2023 from the first round. Even if it’s one of the favourite Seeds, you only have to pick the eventual champion.

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If you want to place a bet with the best Berlin Open odds, take a look at our Tennis Prediction Today. Read on to find out the stats of the competitors with the best chances of winning.

Top Contenders to Win & Berlin Open Odds

Knowing who is most likely to win the Berlin Open Trophy is difficult to predict, considering the number of elite players. Luckily our experts have the best Berlin Open predictions.

Petra Kvitova IN FINAL

The 33-year-old is an expert at playing on this type of surface, with some of the best achievements of her career coming on grass. The previous year she did not participate in Berlin but won in Eastbourne.

  • Won Wimbledon twice.
  • Kvitova won 69 and lost 23 playing on grass.

Preview:After winning all their matches in straight sets, Kvitova has everything she needs to win a grass-court tournament for the second year in a row. In addition, she has already defeated her Berlin Open Final opponent in 4 out of 5 head-to-heads.

Next Rival: Donna Vekic

Donna Vekic IN FINAL

The Croatian tennis player wants to get back to the good rhythm with which she started the season. After her success in Mexico, Vekic had a series of bad results which put a stop to the clay court season. If she wins the Berlin Open Final, Donna will return to the top 20 and even achieve a career-best ranking.

  • Won Monterrey Open.
  • Kvitova won 24 and lost 11 this season.

Preview: Vekic’s performance in this tournament has been spectacular, and it is fair to say that she knocked out two top players like Elena Rybakina and Maria Sakkari. Those feats will be enough motivation to face her next challenge against an opponent she has beaten only once in 5 opportunities.

Next Rival: Petra Kvitova

Aryna Sabalenka OUT SECOND ROUND

The No. 2 in the WTA rankings was the favourite to win the trophy on the back of her incredible season to date. However, the 25-year-old stumbled in the second round against Veronika Kudemertova. Despite the defeat, Sabalenka was able to acknowledge the mistakes she made, and knows what she needs to work on to make a strong showing at Wimbledon.


Rybakina’s growth in the last year was dizzying, in a short time she was among the top three in the world. The Kazakh tennis player must avoid bad pressures like the one suffered in this tournament, otherwise, it will be very difficult for her to approach the two players at the top of the ranking.


Gauff missed a great chance to win points, but after her quick exit from the competition, the seventh place in the WTA rankings is up for grabs. The 19-year-old lost to Ekaterina Alxandrova 6-4 6-0.


The Tunisian tennis player failed in her goal to defend her title. The most disappointing thing is that she lost in the first round without even winning a set. The reigning champion withdrew from Berlin after losing 7-6 6-4 to Jule Niemeier.


The previous year Caroline Garcia won 4 titles, 1 of them on the grass courts of Bad Homburg. The French tennis player has a 64% success rate playing on grass, better than the percentage on other surfaces.

Ekaterina Alexandrova OUT SEMI FINALS

Sadly, Alexandrova’s great 8-match winning streak at the Rosmalen Open came to a halt after her loss to Petra Kvitova. Still, the 28-year-old experienced player has so far the best record on grass courts.

Veronika Kudemertova OUT QUARTER FINALS

Last year, the 26-year-old reached the quarter-finals of the Berlin Open, where she lost to Belinda Bencic, who went on to become a finalist. This time she suffered the same fate as her compatriot Ekaterina Alexandrova. Kudemertova must continue to improve in order to consolidate her position in this type of tournament.

Top Berlin Open Odds Full List

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  1. Aryna Sabalenka Eliminated
  2. Elena Rybakina Eliminated
  3. Coco Gauff – Eliminated
  4. Ons Jabeur – Eliminated
  5. Petra Kvitova 9/2 (5.50) – Final
  6. Caroline Garcia – Eliminated
  7. Ekaterina Alexandrova – Eliminated
  8. Veronika Kudemertova – Eliminated
  9. Donna Vekic 13/8 (2.67) – Final
  10.  Marketa Vondrousova – Eliminated
  11.  Daria Kasatkina  – Eliminated
  12.  Liudmila Samsonova – Eliminated
  13.  Bianca Andreescu – Eliminated
  14.  Maria Sakkari – Eliminated
  15.  Qinwen Zheng – Eliminated
  16.  Victoria Azarenka – Eliminated
  17. Elina Avanesya – Eliminated

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