2023 Mutua Madrid Open Betting Odds – Who Are the Main Favourites?

If you’re here for the most recent Madrid Open betting odds, you’re in the right place. Throughout the tournament, I will be providing updates on the odds adjustments for the main contenders. This is true for both the men’s and women’s singles, so stay tuned if you are eager to lock in an outright wager or two.

Madrid Open Betting Odds – Sunday, May 7th Update

We have officially arrived at the final day of the 2023 Madrid Open, and what a tournament it has been! Yesterday, the women’s singles final was played, and Sabalenka managed to beat Swiatek to win her second Madrid Open title. This was a truly awesome match with both players giving it their all. But ultimately, Sabalenka was a little more ruthless in the deciding set, and she had the guts to go big when it mattered. 

This resulted in an impressive 6-3 scoreline in the final set, despite some serious resilience from the world number one. So as far as the women’s singles is concerned, the seeding went as planned up until the deciding match. And Sabalenka upset the Madrid Open betting odds by getting this win. Amazingly, she had a price of 31/10 (4.10) before the match, so those who backed Sabalenka will have enjoyed a nice little return. 

However, there’s one game left to play, which brings me to the Mutua Madrid Open odds for the men’s singles final.

Men’s Singles Update

The men’s singles final is set to take place at 17:30 today in Madrid. It will be the number 1 seed, Carlos Alcaraz, taking on the lucky loser, Jan-Lennard Struff for the title. Should Alcaraz win, as long as he plays in Rome, he will be back to number one in the world. As for Struff, he is already guaranteed a huge climb in the rankings due to his performance in Madrid. 

Yet, in my opinion, I can’t see how Struff could beat Alcaraz on the dirt. The Spaniard is just too strong, hence the following odds at the bookies:

  • Carlos Alcaraz – 1/16 (1.06)
  • Jan-Lennard Struff – 12/1 (13.00)

Clearly, the odds are stacked in favour of Alcaraz, with good reason.

Saturday, May 6th Update – Madrid Open Favourites

Given that there were no games played yesterday at the Madrid Open for the women, I shall be focusing on the men’s singles for today’s update. However, before I do run through the men’s singles, let me reiterate what’s going down in the women’s event today. The final of the women’s singles will be played at the Madrid Open today. The scheduled start time is 17:30, UK time, and you can catch the action on Amazon Prime if you want to watch.

Just to clarify, the women’s final will see the world number one take on the world number two. So it doesn’t get much better than that, and Iga Swiatek will be looking to replicate her recent win over Sabalenka in the final. It promises to be a high-quality and feisty affair based on their previous match, so it will definitely be a good one to tune in for. Here are the odds for both:

  • Iga Swiatek – 5/19 (1.26)
  • Aryna Sabalenka – 31/10 (4.10)

Anyway, let me now shift to the men’s singles so that you know what occurred yesterday and what is coming up tomorrow.

Men’s Singles Update

On Friday, May 5th, both of the men’s semi-finals were played at the Madrid Open. Carlos Alcaraz beat Borna Coric in a high-quality contest. And Jan-Lennard Struff continued his phenomenal run at the Madrid Open by taking down Aslan Karatsev. Ironically, this was the guy he lost to in qualifying before getting in as a lucky loser. So he was able to turn the tables yesterday and beat the powerful Russian in a three-set battle.

As for what this means, we will now see a final involving Carlos Alcaraz vs Jan-Lennard Struff. And the bookies have produced the following Madrid Open betting odds ahead of this clash:

  • Carlos Alcaraz – 1/16 (1.06)
  • Jan-Lennard Struff – 46/5 (10.20)

Madrid Open Betting Odds – Friday, May 5th Update

Thursday hosted some super entertaining matches at the Madrid Open. If you watched the games, you’d have an idea of the blockbusters that are right around the corner in the next rounds. Yet to give you the exact scoop, both of the semi-finals of the women’s singles were played yesterday. As for the men’s singles, the second set of quarter-finals were played, leading to the official semi-finals being locked in.

Mutua Madrid Open odds

The men’s semi-finals are on the Madrid Open schedule for today, whereas the women’s singles final is set for tomorrow. 

Women’s Singles Update

For the women’s singles, the Madrid Open betting odds have gone to plan. I say this from the point of view of the seeds and associated odds because it’s the number 1 and 2 seeds that will play in the final tomorrow. To clarify, world number 1, Iga Swiatek, produced a dominant display to beat Kudermetova. And in the following semi-final, Sabalenka beat Sakkari quite convincingly too. These two will face off in the final tomorrow for the second tournament running, and here’s how the Mutua Madrid Open odds are looking:

  • Iga Swiatek – 6/19 (1.32)
  • Aryna Sabalenka – 11/4 (3.75)

Men’s Singles Update

Given that the men’s singles semi-finals will be played today, it’s now a 4-man race to see who will take the title. And the two semi-finals are very different in terms of the seeds and pre-tournament favourites. Of course, the semi-final in the top half was set since Wednesday, and this will involve Alcaraz vs Coric. Yet because Struff beat Tsitsipas and Karatsev beat Zheng, the other semi-final will see a lucky loser playing a qualifier.

Both semis will be played today, and here’s how the Madrid Open betting odds are shaping up:

  • Carlos Alcaraz – 1/6 (1.17)
  • Borna Coric – 12/1 (13.00)
  • Aslan Karatsev – 10/1 (11.00)
  • Jan-Lennard Struff – 10/1 (11.00)

Mutua Madrid Open Odds – Thursday, May 4th Update

Yesterday was all about the quarter-finals at the Madrid Open. The women’s singles hosted the second set of quarter-finals, with two matches played. As for the men’s singles, the first set of quarter-finals was contested in the top half of the draw. Of course, the result of this is that we now know exactly who is competing in the women’s semi-finals. We also know who will contest the top-half semi-final in the men’s singles. 

Today, the women’s semi-finals will be played, as will the bottom half quarter-finals for the men’s singles. But what does all of this mean for the Madrid Open betting odds? I’m glad you asked – let me give you the breakdown now.

Men’s Singles Update

One of the main Madrid Open favourites put on a show yesterday in the first quarter-final clash. In fact, Carlos Alcaraz is the main favourite, and he dispatched Khachanov in straight sets to make the semi-finals. Other than that, we have a surprise semi-finalist in the form of Borna Coric. He has come through the draw as the 17th seed to make it to this point, and he took out a lucky loser yesterday to make it here. As for the Mutua Madrid Open odds for these guys following their games yesterday, here they are:

  • Carlos Alcaraz – 2/7 (1.29)
  • Borna Coric – 12/1 (13.00)

Women’s Singles Update

It was time for the top half of the women’s singles draw to show their skills on Wednesday, May 3rd. As for what went down, the top seed, Iga Swiatek, marched on to the semi-finals with a convincing win over Martic. Yet in the other match, one of the Madrid Open favourites, Jessica Pegula, lost to Kudermetova. Here is the impact on the odds following these results:

  • Iga Swiatek – 4/9 (1.44)
  • Veronika Kudermetova – 12/1 (13.00)

Wednesday, May 3rd Update – Mutua Madrid Open Odds

Following the conclusion of the matches played in Madrid yesterday, the list of players who could win the tournament has been narrowed even further. The men’s singles saw 8 players crash out of the tournament at the 4th round stage. And for the women’s singles, since this event is now at the quarter-final stage, we saw 2 players exit the event. 

Madrid Open favourites

Adding to this, since the focus is on the Madrid Open betting odds here, I’d like to showcase the latest prices for the key players after yesterday. Read on for the latest information – accurate as of Wednesday, May 3rd.

Women’s Singles Update

Just two of the four quarter-finals were completed in the Madrid Open yesterday. For clarity, Sabalenka played Sherif, whereas Sakkari played Begu. And if you missed the results, it was Sakkari and Sabalenka who advanced to the semi-finals. Both players needed three sets to take down their lower-ranked opponents, and interestingly, both of them lost the opening set. 

Anyway, since they are both left in the tournament, they’ve still got outright odds for you to check out:

  • Sabalenka – 13/5 (3.60)
  • Sakkari – 15/2 (8.50)

Men’s Singles Update

There are now 8 men left in the draw, and several of them were included in the original shortlist as the Madrid Open favourites. Since all of the guys competed yesterday, I can provide the most recent odds for the highest seeds right now:

  • Alcaraz – 4/11 (1.36)
  • Tsitsipas – 7/2 (4.50)
  • Khachanov – 20/1 (21.00)
  • Coric – 20/1 (21.00)

Interestingly, all of the other 4 guys are not seeded, making the remaining matches very intriguing.

Madrid Open Betting Odds – Tuesday, May 2nd Update

At the Madrid Open yesterday, we witnessed all the remaining round three games for the men’s singles unfold. And believe me, some of the matches were truly epic. Yet we also witnessed the bottom-half clashes in the women’s singles draw too. In fact, since the women’s draw is a step ahead of the men’s, all of the matches played in the women’s singles yesterday were 4th round matches. And the full list of top seeds was on show yesterday. 

Following the results, the Madrid Open betting odds have shifted for certain players more than others. So on that note, let me provide the updated odds for the Madrid Open for the men and women after yesterday’s action.

Men’s Singles Update

The bottom half of the men’s singles is wide open following a series of interesting results over the last round or two. Yet after yesterday, I’ve observed the adjustments in the Mutua Madrid Open odds for a few top guys and found the following:

  • Medvedev – 6/1 (7.00)
  • Tsitsipas – 5/1 (6.00)
  • Fritz – 14/1 (15.00)

Of these three seeds that are left in the bottom half, Tsitsipas has the best shot since he is the most suited to clay.

Women’s Singles Update

Given that all of the top seeds played yesterday, we have the full breakdown of Madrid Open 2023 odds for the outright markets. This is different from how things were yesterday, probably due to the crossover and round 3 and round 4 matches. Anyway, guessing how and why the odds are produced at certain times isn’t the objective here. The objective is to analyze the updated odds for the Madrid Open favourites, so here they are:

  • Swiatek – 4/6 (1.67)
  • Sabalenka – 3/1 (4.00)
  • Pegula – 15/2 (8.50)
  • Sakkari – 10/1 (11.00)
  • Kudermetova – 20/1 (21.00)

As you can see, now that we have reached the quarter-final stage, it is still Swiatek who is out in front. Yet Sabalenka and Pegula are also experiencing a price shortening.

Mutua Madrid Open Odds – Monday, May 1st Update

As is the case with each passing round in the Madrid Open, the results have caused a shift in the odds for top players. Of course, for the players that lost, the dream of winning the title in the Spanish capital is over. This is also true regarding the odds for those players that have gone out. Yet for the players who are remaining in the draw, especially for the Madrid Open favourites, we know how their odds are shaping up because of yesterday’s results. 

On that note, following the range of results that were locked in yesterday, I’ve got some interesting changes in the odds to share.

Women’s Singles Update

Since it was only the top half of matches being played in Madrid yesterday, I shall focus on the odds changes for the players in this half. Specifically, since the two highest seeds made it through to the 4th round yesterday, the odds for these players have shortened. This is the case for seed number 1, Iga Swiatek, and it’s also the case for seed number 3, Jessica Pegula. These two players have experienced the biggest change in the Madrid Open odds. 

Yet for all of the other players who have made it through to the 4th round, the odds have also dropped. This is perfectly normal for the top players as we move deeper into the tournament.

Men’s Singles Update

There were some top matches in the men’s singles yesterday. A couple of top seeds went out, as seen with Holger Rune and Hubert Hurkacz. And this has made the top half of the men’s draw very interesting. As for the guys that progressed, the odds on Coric and Davidovich Fokina have dropped massively. This is because they both upset a high-seeded player. 

Furthermore, there has been a pretty big drop on the Mutua Madrid Open odds for Alex Zverev, as it seems he has found top form once again.

Madrid Open 2023 Odds – Sunday, April 30th Update

Again, what a stunning day of tennis it was yesterday. Both the men’s and women’s singles events hosted some captivating encounters, and a few of the top seeds crumbled on the clay. Likewise, many of the top seeds rose to the challenge and produced their A-game to progress to the next round. So with this said, let me show you what you may have missed from the Madrid Open over the last 24 hours.

ATP Madrid Open betting Odds

Of course, I’ll be showcasing the impact these results have had on the Madrid Open betting odds for the top players too. Here we go:

Men’s Singles Update

Several of the top seeds played yesterday in the men’s singles. These guys were all based in the bottom half of the draw, and the top half of the draw will be played out throughout the day today – so tune in if you wish to watch the top guys in action. As for the seeds who’ve made it through, names like Medvedev, de Minaur, Norrie, Fritz, Tiafoe, and Tsitsipas all made it through. 

For those eager to check out the new Madrid Open betting odds for these top guys after yesterday, let me give you the most recent update:

  • Medvedev – 15/2 (8.50)
  • Tsitsipas – 13/2 (7.50)
  • Norrie – 33/1 (34.00)
  • Fritz – 28/1 (29.00)
  • Tiafoe – 28/1 (29.00)

Women’s Singles Update

Just like the men’s singles event, many of the Madrid Open favourites played in the women’s event yesterday. These players are all based in the bottom half, as per the schedule for this first period of the tournament. Anyway, for the top players who were involved in the action yesterday, here’s what we’ve seen regarding the changes in Madrid Open betting odds for them:

  • Sabalenka – 7/2 (4.50)
  • Sakkari – 25/1 (26.00)
  • Badosa – 12/1 (13.00)
  • Samsonova – 22/1 (23.00)

Madrid Open Betting Odds – Saturday, April 29th Update

At this point in the tournament, all of the seeds in the women’s tournament have stepped up and played their opening matches. But for the men, only the top half has been played as far as seeds are concerned. Naturally, some seeds have fared better than others. And for those who are left in the main draw for both the men’s and women’s singles, their odds have adjusted based on the draw, their form, and because of a few other factors too. 

So as referenced above, my purpose here is to continue providing updates on the Mutua Madrid Open odds as each round progresses. Therefore, let me give you the rundown for the men’s and women’s singles after yesterday’s action.

Men’s Singles Update

Before the 2023 Madrid Open started, it was Alcaraz, Zverev, and Rublev who topped the odds. These were the top three favourites to win the tournament. And following the matches yesterday, I can confirm that they all made it through. However, both Alcaraz and Zverev needed three sets to make it into the third round. In contrast, Rublev beat Stan Wawrinka quite comfortably.

As for some of the other guys that are still left in the draw, guys like Rune, Dimitrov, Khachanov, Coric, and Hurkacz are in the third round. Here are the most recent odds for the top three guys:

  • Alcaraz – 4/5 (1.80)
  • Tsitsipas – 8/1 (9.00)
  • Rune – 10/1 (11.00)

Women’s Singles Update

Yesterday, all of the seeds in the top half of the women’s draw competed in their opening matches. World number one, Iga Swiatek made it safely through, as did Kasatkina, Pegula, Krejcikova, Trevisan, and others. Of course, the Madrid Open betting odds have subsequently adapted for these players since they have advanced a step closer to the title. On that note, here are the most recent odds regarding the top seeds:

  • Swiatek – 3/4 (1.75)
  • Sabalenka – 4/1 (5.00)
  • Pegula – 9/1 (10.00)

Mutua Madrid Open Odds – Friday, April 28th Update

As we head into the opening day for the top men’s seeds, there have already been a few price swings for certain players. On that note, as I plan to do each day of the tournament, I’ve given you the biggest stories and most recent updates below.

Odds Reduced for Alcaraz – Now 4/9 (1.44)

Prior to the start of the tournament, Carlos Alcaraz was given odds of 1.50. Yet before the number one seed has even hit a ball, the price on the Spaniard has shortened. As of Friday morning, the odds for Carlos Alcaraz have now dropped to 1.44, meaning your return would be less than if you’d backed him a few days ago.

Of course, with each passing round, these odds will continue to shorten, as this means his chances of winning the tournament are improving.

Updated Odds for Women’s Singles

The women’s singles have experienced the largest shift concerning Madrid Open betting odds. That’s because the top players in the men’s singles haven’t played yet, whereas some of the top names in the women’s singles have. These players are all in the bottom half of the draw, and I’ve given you the updated odds for the main players here:

  • Sabalenka – 5/1 (6.00)
  • Gauff – 25/1 (26.00)
  • Garcia – 33/1 (34.00)
  • Sakkari – 33/1 (34.00)

Each of these players has made it through to round three, and they will next compete within the next 24/48 hours.

Madrid Open 2023 Odds – Tournament Overview

You’ve got to love this time of year on both the ATP and WTA tennis tours. Major tournaments are never more than a week or so away. And this time around, we’ve got the Madrid Open 2023 to look forward to. For those who don’t know, this is a 1000-level tournament, and it is one of the major events during the build-up to Roland Garros.

Therefore, there are obviously a few Madrid Open favourites for both the male and female tournaments that many pundits will be keeping an eye on. Speaking of which, I figured it would be ideal to look at the main Madrid Open seeds before the main draw begins. This way, we can gain an idea of the Madrid Open betting odds, as well as who has a realistic shot at taking the title.

Madrid Open betting odds

Ready to learn more? Let’s get started right away.

Madrid Open Betting Odds – Top Men’s Contenders

Let me get the ball rolling by talking about the men’s singles event, first and foremost. Specifically for the 2023 Madrid Open, quite a few important players have dropped out, with Nadal and Djokovic headlining the news here. However, while these two guys will be sincerely missed, there are many other fascinating battles that could unfold during the men’s singles tournament. 

And in order to stay on course here, let’s discuss the Madrid Open favourites for the men’s side before we move over to the women’s event.

Carlos Alcaraz – 1/2 (1.50) Odds

Carlos Alcaraz is the number one seed and the defending champion at the Madrid Open 2023. Therefore, it’s no surprise whatsoever that he is the main favourite as per the betting odds shown here. Of course, Alcaraz is the number two player in the world right now, and with Nadal and Djokovic out of his way, I wouldn’t bet against him.

Alexander Zverev – 4/1 (5.00) Odds

Zverev made the finals of the 2022 Madrid Open. And when he is on form, he is still one of the best clay court players in the world. The only catch is that he is still recovering from the horror injury sustained at the French Open last year. But he has been playing quite a few tournaments recently, so his match fitness will no doubt be improving with each passing week. 

Andrey Rublev – 6/1 (7.00) Odds

In my opinion, Andrey Rublev deserves to be listed as one of the Madrid Open favourites. He won the Monte Carlo Masters just a few weeks ago, which is a huge deal. This shows that he is one of the in-form clay court players right now, and the Madrid Open betting odds of 7.00 are justified.

Mutua Madrid Open Odds – Top Female Contenders

Moving over to the women’s singles event now, things are shaping up nicely for some epic matches. Of course, last year’s winner, Ons Jabeur, has withdrawn from the competition this time around due to injury. So theoretically, the field is now wide open for a new champion to emerge. On that note, here are the main contenders to watch out for:

Iga Swiatek

Iga Swiatek is the world number one, as she has been for quite some time. Furthermore, she’s a demon on clay, as reflected in her two French Open titles so far. And more recently, she won the 500 event in Stuttgart last week, showing that she is back to her best.

Aryna Sabalenka

Sabalenka has really surged through in the last 6-12 months. She is now the world number two, and she won the 2023 Australian Open. She’s also barely lost a match in the 2023 season, although she did get beaten by Swiatek in the final of Stuttgart. Nevertheless, Sabalenka is the 2nd seed for the Madrid Open this year.

Jessica Pegula

As the number three seed, it’s not surprising to see that the Madrid Open betting odds are favourable for Pegula. As the 3rd best player in the world according to the WTA rankings, she is a real threat in this event. She’s also playing some great tennis, as confirmed by her performance in the recent Charleston Open.

Main Picks Based on the Madrid Open 2023 Odds

Although you can use the Mutua Madrid Open odds as a guide to who you should be backing, it’s always handy to have a second opinion. Sure, we’ve got things like ATP Madrid Open predictions, as well as WTA predictions lined up, but I’d like to share a prediction before the main draw begins. 

For the men’s event, it’s hard to look beyond Carlos Alcaraz for the title. He is head and shoulders above the rest when he is on his day. And his recent title run in Barcelona confirms his form. As for the women, I am going for Iga Swiatek to maintain her current form and take the title. I know that these are both Madrid Open favourites – but it’s that way for a reason!

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