2023 Citi Open Betting Odds – Who the Bookies Favour to Win?

The American hard-court swing has finally arrived, and the action will kick off with the Citi Open this week. As you may or may not know, Washington is hosting two 500-level events on both the ATP and WTA tours right now. And my goal here is to make you aware of the Citi Open odds so that you can pull the trigger on a few betting markets if desired.

Just to clarify, the Citi Open betting odds discussed here will be changing with each progressive round that is played in these events. For that reason, I will be providing updates on the latest outright odds for the top contenders as the week progresses, and you can also track the Citi Open schedule as we go along. 

Citi Open odds

So if you are ready to learn about this exciting tournament and the respective Washington Open odds, make sure you check out the information presented below.

Citi Open Odds – August 6th Updates

Now that we’ve turned the bend and arrived on Sunday, August 6th, this means we are officially entering ‘finals day’. Of course, this is the most significant day of the tournament, and today, three events will reach their conclusions. This involves the two singles events as well as the men’s doubles event. However, the women’s doubles event was actually concluded yesterday, and the winners of that event were Zvonareva/Siegemund. They beat the pairing of Niculescu/Guarachi in straight sets, and they deserved to be champions. So if you wagered on that pair using the Citi Open betting odds at any point over the previous week – well done!

Yet with three more finals matches to come, you can still lock in a wager or two for the tournament winners. But just to specify, the Citi Open odds that I am about to discuss for the outright markets are now the same as the moneyline markets for the respective markets. That’s because the individuals or pairs (for the doubles event) only need to win one more match to secure the title. So the moneyline and outright odds are finally aligned, which brings me to the last of my Citi Open updates concerning these odds for 2023.

Citi Open Betting Odds for Men’s and Women’s Singles Finals

Given that there are three matches coming up today, this means you can take a punt on three matches, if you really want to. For clarity, I’ve listed the Citi Open odds for all competitors in the respective events today. And I’ve listed these odds in order of the schedule for the games too, as this would give you time to back any markets once play begins, if desired. As for the bookies’ favorites, these include Tallon Griekspoor for the men’s singles and Coco Gauff for the women’s singles.

Both have odds of 7/10 going into the finals today, at the time of writing. However, since their opponents both have odds of 21/20, it’s clear that the bookies aren’t hugely in favor of Griekspoor or Gauff. Either way, the matches should be great to watch, and the outcome could be very close in both games. Yet if I had to pick one player from each game, I would stick with the bookies’ choice and go with Griekspoor for the men’s singles. However, I believe that Maria Sakkari can steal the title from Coco Gauff, especially given the way that she competed in the semi-finals to take down Jessica Pegula.

Finally, you’ll also find the latest Citi Open betting odds for the men’s doubles below, which is first on the schedule for Stadium Court. You can back these moneyline options until 17:00 UK time, as that’s when the game is scheduled to begin. And as you’ll see from the odds presented here, the more experienced duo of Gonzalez/Molteni are the favorites. To be honest, they should get the win since they play far more doubles events together compared with the American wildcards. 

Regardless, please see the current odds for the final matches below.

Men’s Doubles

  • McDonald/Shelton – 11/8 Odds
  • Gonzalez/Molteni – 8/15 Odds

Women’s Singles

  • Maria Sakkari – 21/20 Odds
  • Coco Gauff – 7/10 Odds

Men’s Singles

  • Tallon Griekspoor – 7/10 Odds
  • Dan Evans – 21/20 Odds

Citi Open Betting Odds – August 5th Updates

It’s shaping up to be quite an exciting weekend at the Citi Open. Following the completion of the quarter-final matches in the singles events yesterday, we now know exactly who will be facing off in the Citi Open semi-finals. For the men’s singles, the top seed, Taylor Fritz, survived a scare against Andy Murray before beating Jordan Thompson to make the semi-finals. He will face Tallon Griekspoor later today, and the other semi-final is Grigor Dimitrov vs Dan Evans. Naturally, this has had an impact on the most recent Citi Open odds, as I will discuss shortly.

As for the women’s singles, there is plenty of American interest since Jessica Pegula and Coco Gauff are both into the semi-finals. These two are the first and second seeds, respectively, and they each face tough opponents today to fight for a spot in the final. Specifically, Jessica Pegula will face Maria Sakkari, who put out the other American hopeful, Madison Keys, in impressive fashion. And in the bottom half of the draw, Coco Gauff will face Liudmila Samsonova, which promises to be a fun match to watch.

All of these singles matches are set to be played on the Stadium Court today. Yet regarding the impact on the Citi Open betting odds, that’s what I’d like to discuss now.

ATP – Citi Open Odds

Given that there are just four men left in the 2023 Citi Open draw, I can no longer share a list of the ‘top five’ contenders. Instead, it’s now become a four-man race for the title, and Taylor Fritz leads the pack with 1/1 odds. However, Grigor Dimitrov is very close behind with Citi Open odds of 9/5. Yet concerning the other two guys, Dan Evans and Tallon Griekspoor, they are not favored by the bookies going into the semi-finals. 

Just check out their odds below to see how ‘long’ they are compared to the top two guys:

  • Taylor Fritz – 1/1 Odds
  • Grigor Dimitrov – 9/5 Odds
  • Dan Evans – 6/1 Odds
  • Tallon Griekspoor – 13/2 Odds

At this point, the most likely winner has to be Taylor Fritz. He did well to squeeze past Andy Murray in the 3rd round, and he backed this up with a routine win over Jordan Thompson. So for me, he’s the guy to beat, as confirmed by his seeding too.

WTA – Citi Open Betting Odds

The draw has now been reduced to four players in the women’s singles. And concerning the changes that this has made to the Citi Open odds, the prices have shortened quite significantly for the top seeds left in the draw. To clarify, these players are Gauff and Pegula. As for their results, Pegula did extremely well to fight back and beat Svitolina in the quarter-finals. In contrast, Coco Gauff was clinical against Bencic, taking out the 6th seed 6-1 6-2. 

Therefore, it’s no surprise to see that they are the favorites by quite a margin. As for the specific Citi Open betting odds at the moment, here they are:

  • Jessica Pegula – 7/5 Odds
  • Coco Gauff – 11/5 Odds
  • Liudmila Samsonova – 4/1 Odds
  • Maria Sakkari – 4/1 Odds

Although the Americans are favorites, we can’t write Samsonova or Sakkari off. Sakkari dismantled Keys in the previous round, while Samsonova hasn’t lost more than six games in any of her previous three matches.

Citi Open Betting Odds – August 4th Updates

At this point, I was expecting to be able to discuss the matches that are coming up for the quarter-finals and semi-finals in the 2023 Citi Open. However, the weather had other ideas in Washington DC yesterday. Therefore, we are now marginally behind schedule. Yet fortunately, this has been the one and only interruption as a result of the weather. So while we are slightly behind schedule, as long as the weather holds today, we should be back on track and moving on to the semi-finals in time for Saturday, August 5th.

With this said, there were still several matches completed in the Citi Open yesterday in both events. Thanks to this, as has been the case with each of these daily updates, some changes have been witnessed in the Citi Open odds. On that note, as I will continue to do for the next two days, I am able to share these adaptations in the Washington Open odds with you. All of this is highlighted below.

Washington Open Odds – ATP

It’s interesting that at this stage in the tournament, only three of the top five seeds remain in the draw. These include Frances Tiafoe, Taylor Fritz, and Grigor Dimitrov. So unsurprisingly, these are the three guys that top the list as the favorites in the outright markets. However, what is surprising is that J.J. Wolf has slid into 4th position following his win over Mmoh yesterday. Bear in mind he will need to beat Griekspoor/Monfils in the quarters followed by either Fritz/Murray in the semis to play for the title.

Speaking of Murray, he has dropped out of the top five favorites and he has been replaced by Ugo Humbert. The Frenchman dismantled Watanuki yesterday in just over one hour, and he now has odds of 8/1 to win the tournament. As for the full breakdown of the odds, please see the list below:

  • Frances Tiafoe – 4/1 Odds
  • Taylor Fritz – 4/1 Odds
  • Grigor Dimitrov – 9/2 Odds
  • J.J. Wolf – 6/1 Odds
  • Ugo Humbert – 8/1 Odds

Citi Open Odds – WTA

Regarding the Citi Open betting odds for the women, we’ve witnessed yet another adjustment in the standings. Overnight, while the top two Americans have remained the main favorites, the other three spots have moved. Yesterday’s update showed that Svitolina was the number three favorite at 11/2 odds, yet while her odds haven’t changed, the odds have shortened for those around her.

Specifically, Samsonova now has odds of 5/1, whereas her odds were 6/1 when these prices were updated yesterday. And finally, with Madison Keys now into the quarter-finals, her odds have shortened to 5/1 too. These changes in the Citi Open odds have now bumped Svitolina down to the 5th favorite heading into today’s matches.

  • Jessica Pegula – 3/1 Odds
  • Coco Gauff – 4/1 Odds
  • Liudmila Samsonova – 5/1 Odds
  • Madison Keys – 5/1 Odds
  • Elina Svitolina – 11/2 Odds

Washington Open Odds – August 3rd Updates

When tracking these 500-level events, since they are condensed into just one week of play, we tend to see big changes from one day to the next. Of course, this is true in terms of who is progressing through the rounds and making a deep draw run. Yet it’s also true regarding the Citi Open betting odds. As referenced a few times here, these odds can chop and change wildly because of top contenders losing and various draw sections opening up. With that said, we obviously don’t know what will occur in any given round.

But we can certainly work with the facts, which brings me to the Citi Open odds updates as we approach the third rounds for the men and the quarter-finals for the women. Below, you can see the most recent outright odds as things stand.

Men’s Singles – Citi Open Odds

Some of the matches at the Citi Open yesterday were awesome to watch. With that said, my pick of the bunch would have to be Watanuki vs Auger-Aliassime. If you recall from previous updates, Auger-Aliassime was in there as one of the outright favorites for the event, yet he was taken out 7-6 7-6 by the unseeded Japanese player. This has opened up that particular section of the draw, yet due to other results, the Citi Open odds for the top five favorites have shifted quite dramatically. 

You can track the latest odds for the main favorites below:

  • Frances Tiafoe – 4/1 Odds
  • Taylor Fritz – 4/1 Odds
  • Grigor Dimitrov – 11/2 Odds
  • Andy Murray – 9/1 Odds
  • J.J. Wolf – 9/1 Odds

As you can see, the two American favorites, Fritz and Tiafoe, are now locked with 4/1 outright odds each. However, following the exit of Auger-Aliassime yesterday, Andy Murray is now in the mix with 9/1 odds. But he will play Taylor Fritz tonight, so one of these guys will no longer be in the running when the sun rises tomorrow. 

Women’s Singles – Citi Open Betting Odds

It was an interesting day for the women’s singles at the Citi Open yesterday. The 5th seed, Kasatkina, was taken out by Svitolina, who is now the joint 3rd favorite for the title. Additionally, both Gauff and Keys dismantled their opponents to march into the quarter-finals. This has caused quite major changes in the latest Citi Open odds, as you can see here:

  • Jessica Pegula – 10/3 Odds
  • Coco Gauff – 7/2 Odds
  • Elina Svitolina – 11/2 Odds
  • Madison Keys – 11/2 Odds
  • Liudmila Samsonova – 6/1 Odds

Compared with the odds from yesterday, we’ve lost Sakkari and Bencic from the top five favorites. That’s because Svitolina has swept in to spoil the party, yet Samsonova has clung to her top-five position with odds of 6/1. And as a reminder, these odds will continue to shorten for the players that are left in once tonight’s matches are completed.

Citi Open Odds – August 2nd Updates

As we turn the bend and enter another exciting day of the 2023 Citi Open, there is yet more information to share concerning the latest outright odds. If you’ve been tuning in for my daily updates so far, you should have a pretty good idea of who the top contenders are. However, it’s important to know that these Citi Open betting odds do tend to change on a daily basis – hence the updates with each passing day! 

Speaking of which, I have checked out the latest odds following the action from yesterday, and there have been some obvious price swings for certain players. Because of that, I have listed all of the latest Washington Open odds for the top five or six contenders in the following sections. I have also explained why the odds have shortened for some of the key individuals while highlighting some of the biggest names that made an exit yesterday.

Check out all of these details for both the men’s and women’s singles events below.

Citi Open Betting Odds – Men’s Updates

If you compare the most recent odds for the men’s singles with yesterday, the order has completely changed, as have the prices for some players. Specifically, two big names, Sebastian Korda and Hubert Hurkacz are no longer there, as these guys lost yesterday. And this has made space for both J.J. Wolf and Grigor Dimitrov to make a stand among the top five favorites according to the most recent Citi Open odds, as displayed here: 

  • Frances Tiafoe – 4/1 Odds
  • Taylor Fritz – 5/1 Odds
  • Grigor Dimitrov – 8/1 Odds
  • Felix Auger-Aliassime – 12/1 Odds
  • J.J. Wolf – 12/1 Odds

Comparing the odds for Tiafoe and Fritz to yesterday’s prices, they’ve shortened from 9/1 to 4/1 for Tiafoe, while moving from 6/1 to 5/1 for Fritz. Of course, these guys are the top seeds for the event, so if you want to back them, I’d recommend doing so soon before the odds become too low.

Washington Open Odds – Women’s Updates

Today will see the top seed, Jessica Pegula, begin her quest for the 2023 Citi Open title. Yet before she’s even hit a ball, her odds have shortened to 3/1. As for the other major contenders and their latest prices, please see the list below:

  • Jessica Pegula – 3/1 Odds
  • Coco Gauff – 4/1 Odds
  • Madison Keys – 13/2 Odds
  • Belinda Bencic – 9/1 Odds
  • Liudmila Samsonova – 9/1 Odds
  • Maria Sakkari – 9/1 Odds

Compared with yesterday, Bencic, Samsonova, and Sakkari have remained unchanged with odds of 9/1. However, following her win over Zheng last night, the Citi Open betting odds for Madison Keys have shortened from 9/1 to 13/2. As for Coco Gauff, she’s yet to hit a ball in the tournament, yet her odds have also switched from 9/2 yesterday to 4/1 today. 

Several of these players are in action today. And as a reminder, be sure to check out our WTA Citi Open predictions before the games to see which markets to back.

Citi Open Betting Odds – August 1st Updates

As we enter the action for August 1st at the Citi Open, we’ve witnessed a bunch of opening round matches be completed already. Of course, these were the matches that were scheduled yesterday. And following the results of such games, the Citi Open odds have shifted somewhat for the men’s and women’s singles tournaments. This is fairly typical when top contenders make an early exit, and if an underdog starts to show great form during any event. However, the outright odds can also shift in response to the markets that punters seem to be flocking to across the board.

Anyway, you’re not here to find out the finer details of why the Citi Open betting odds have shifted. You’re here to see what the odds are and how the draw might be shaping up for the most likely winners. So without further ado, let me address the most recent odds for both the ATP and WTA events.

ATP Citi Open Odds

At this point, the very top seeds have yet to play a match at the 2023 Citi Open. But as referenced above, the odds can still chop and change due to other factors. Specifically, there have been changes among the outright favorites who I identified before the main draw started. And on a side note, if you are looking for any ATP Citi Open predictions regarding the matches of these individuals, make sure you check out our dedicated page!

Besides that, as promised, I’d like to make you aware of the most recent Citi Open betting odds concerning the outright contenders:

  • Taylor Fritz – 6/1 Odds
  • Sebastian Korda – 8/1 Odds
  • Frances Tiafoe – 9/1 Odds
  • Hubert Hurkacz – 10/1 Odds
  • Felix Auger Aliassime – 12/1 Odds

When compared to the initial odds for the Citi Open before the tournament started, they’ve shorted for most of these players. In fact, the price is now lower for Taylor Fritz and Sebastian Korda, and I wouldn’t be surprised if others followed suit after the opening rounds are completed today.

WTA Citi Open Odds

The draw for the women’s event is smaller than it is for the men’s tournament. Therefore, all of the top four seeds received a bye into the second round, which is why none of them have competed yet. However, for players seeded outside of the top 4, they actually played yesterday, and the subsequent changes in the Citi Open odds are as follows:

  • Jessica Pegula – 7/2 Odds
  • Coco Gauff – 9/2 Odds
  • Belinda Bencic – 9/1 Odds
  • Liudmila Samsonova – 9/1 Odds
  • Madison Keys – 9/1 Odds
  • Maria Sakkari – 9/1 Odds

Note that I’ve included six players here as there are four with an exact price of 9/1 in the outright markets. As for specific changes, Pegula and Gauff have the same odds as they had before the tournament. Yet now, players including Samsonova and Bencic have joined the list of top contenders with 9/1 odds. This is because Bencic and Samsonova both won their opening matches at the Citi Open yesterday evening.

Therefore, since they are now one step closer to the title, it’s completely expected that the odds would shorten to some degree.

Citi Open Odds – Pre-tournament Overview

Given that these are both 500-level tournaments, there are many of the world’s best players involved in the main draws. However, it goes without saying that certain players perform better on hard courts than others. This is true despite the fact that they may be listed among the top Citi Open seeds. Nevertheless, you can still check out the latest Citi Open betting odds in terms of potential tournament winners for both events.

So if this is of interest to you, make sure you take a look at the overview for both the WTA and ATP tournaments below. 

Citi Open Betting Odds – ATP Event

If you check out the five guys presented here, these are the top contenders for the 2023 Washington Open. You will also notice that there is a direct connection between the current odds and the associated seedings that they have been given. Furthermore, I’ve chosen to stick with the top five players (based on the odds) rather than discuss more since these are the more realistic outright winners for the event. 

  • Taylor Fritz – 8/1 Odds
  • Frances Tiafoe – 9/1 Odds
  • Sebastian Korda – 10/1 Odds
  • Hubert Hurkacz – 10/1 Odds
  • Felix Auger-Aliassime – 11/1 Odds

Citi Open Odds – WTA Event

Interestingly, neither of last year’s finalists is among the top seeds for the Citi Open in the women’s event. This makes the tournament pretty interesting, of course. As for the respective Washington Open odds for the women, these are based on the highest-ranked players and their respective form. And to ensure that you’ve got the right figures in mind before placing any bets, I’ve listed the top five contenders according to the latest odds here:

  • Jessica Pegula – 7/2 Odds
  • Coco Gauff – 9/2 Odds
  • Madison Keys – 9/1 Odds
  • Maria Sakkari – 9/1 Odds
  • Daria Kasatkina – 11/1 Odds

Washington Open Odds and Likely Winners Discussed

I’m sure you do not need any guidance concerning what the odds above indicate for the 2023 Citi Open. Of course, the lower the odds, the more likely it is that this player will win the tournament in the eyes of the bookies. Yet to complement the latest Citi Open betting odds provided above, I’ve also shared my own two cents on the likely winners below.

ATP Tournament

Given that this tournament is set to be played in Washington, I feel that the American players have a fantastic shot at winning. So for the men’s singles, this would include either of the top two seeds – Taylor Fritz and Frances Tiafoe. However, if I had to pick between the two, I would go with Taylor Fritz. The reason for this is that he is competing this week in Atlanta. And at the time of writing, he is in the semi-finals. In contrast, Tiafoe has taken a break since Wimbledon.

WTA Tournament

As referenced above, neither of the two finalists from the 2022 Citi Open is listed among the top five seeds. Therefore, we can’t really use the draw from last year as an appropriate indicator. However, we can use the rankings and form of the associated players to help us come up with a ‘likely’ outright winner. On that note, given that these courts are pretty quick in Washington, I’d go with one of the hard and flat hitters. 

So for me, based on the appeal of the more recent Citi Open odds, I’d have to shoot for Jessica Pegula or Madison Keys. Just like the men, these two will have home support to push them through the tournament as well.

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