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  • BookMaker.eu There is no longer a dominant figure in women’s tennis, and that means the Women’s US Open is fully up for grabs. Nine different women have won the last 12 Grand Slam titles, and each of those women will be in action at Flushing Meadows. Serena Williams is the favorite as the towering figure in the sport, but she hasn’t won a major since January 2017. She did make the final last year though and has six US Open titles in her career.... 

  • BookMaker.eu Women’s tennis is in a strange place right now. There is no longer one dominant player or even a small cabal of dominant players as with the men. The last 10 Grand Slam singles have been won by nine different women with Naomi Osaka emerging as the only player to win two events. With that kind of parity, perhaps it’s no surprise that the field is actually the favorite coming into Wimbledon.... 

  • BookMaker.eu We haven’t seen a woman successfully defend her French Open title in 12 years. Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova have come close to doing that, winning two titles in three years, but no other player has won more than one French Open since Justin Henin won four in five years in the mid-2000’s. Simona Halep is out to be the first to defend her title since Henin did it in 2007, and she is the overall favorite according to the oddsmakers. However, she is not a big favorite at over 4-1.... 

  • BookMaker.eu The 2019 Australian Open women’s final will be the first ever meeting between number four seed Naomi Osaka and the number eight seed Petra Kvitova. Not only is the Australian Open championship on the line but also the probability of the number one ranking in the world. This is also an historic matchup in that it’s the first time ever that two players who have never been ranked number one in the world will meet for the championship of a Grand Slam final. As for the loser a likely number two in th... 

  • BookMaker.eu With the 2019 Australian Open the beginning of the women’s tennis season is in full earnest. And its of no surprise that Serena Williams is the prohibitive favorite to win the tournament. As a matter of fact, Serena Williams has already won the Australian Open seven times, second only to Margaret Smith Court in the all-time records. But just because Williams is the big favorite doesn’t mean she is the best player or has the best chance to actually win. Last year’s winner Caroline Wozniak will ce... 

  • BookMaker.eu Serena Williams is back in the U.S. Open after a year away to start a family, and she’s still the one to beat. Williams is only the No. 17 seed at the U.S. Open because of her layoff during the pregnancy, but comes in as the top betting choice of +480. ... 

  • BookMaker.eu Serena Williams is ranked just 183rd in the world after missing a year of the tour during her pregnancy, but she has been seeded No. 25 for her return to Wimbledon. It’s not indicative of her true talent level but after going unseeded at the French Open it does help. ... 

  • BookMaker.eu Serena Williams is back in a Grand Slam for the first time since giving birth, and the oddsmakers believe she has a chance to win the French Open. Simona Halep is the favorite at +500 but it is a pretty open field, with Williams among the top contenders. ... 

  • BookMaker.eu With the US Open in the rear view mirror, the women head to Tokyo for the Japan Women’s Open which runs from Monday, September 11 through Sunday, 17. Elise Mertens is a lukewarm favorite to win this event at odds of +750, while four players are listed at +850 including top seed Kristina Mladenovic who is the highest ranked player in the field at No. 13 in the world. Let’s look at this event, tennis odds and tennis picks.... 

  • BookMaker.eu The last WTA event before the U.S. Open is the Connecticut Open, which takes place in New Haven, Connecticut. Serena Williams and Victoria Azarenka won’t be participating, but Maria Sharapova got a wild card and she is joined in the field by defending champion Agnieszka Radwanska, Dominika Cibulkova and two-time Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova, among others. A total of 10 players in the field of 32 players have won at least one tournament already this year.... 

  • BookMaker.eu The countdown is on to the U.S. Open, the last Grand Slam event of the season. The Western & Southern Open continues the Masters series in North America. Cincinnati is one of the most desired venues in the country, and that's why most of the top ladies on the WTA Tour are going to flock to this event in the middle of August.Western & Southern Open will begin on Monday, August 14, 2017 and continue through the finals on Sunday, August 20, 2017 at the Lindner Family Tennis Center in Cincinnati, OH. Live matches will be seen throughout the tourney on the Tennis Channel, Watch ESPN and ESPN2.... 

  • BookMaker.eu Tennis' version of the "Sister Act" is back. It's been eight years since Serena Williams and Venus Williams met in the final of a grand slam event, but now, they're paired together on the biggest stage Down Under in the finale of the Australian Open. American tennis fans have been waiting for this since it became clear that the draw was opened up for both women to reach the final, and now, this is exactly what we have at our disposal early on Saturday morning.The fixture between Venus Williams and Serena Williams will take place on Saturday, January 28, 2017, at 3:30 a.m. ET at Rod Laver Stadium. The match will be broadcast live on ESPN.... 

  • BookMaker.eu All eyes are going to be on Serena Williams to see if she can win her record fifth gold medal in women's tennis at the Olympics this year. She's going to be the overwhelming favorite, but recent trips in majors definitely have bettors a bit scared of potential upsets.... 

  • BookMaker.eu The argument could be made that Serena Williams is the most dominant tennis player in the history of the WTA. She's on the verge of her seventh Australian Open title and her 21st Grand Slam championship overall. The only woman left standing in her way of that feat is the No. 7 ranked player at the Aussie Open, Angelique Kerber.... 

  • BookMaker.eu Roberta Vinci was a 10 to 1 choice of the oddsmakers in the semifinals against Serena Williams.She pulled off the shocking upset, and now she has to turn around just 24 hours later to take on fellow countrywoman Flavia Pennetta in the U.S. Open women's final.... 

  • BookMaker.eu The last major of the year is kicking off on Monday morning, as all of the best players in the world on the ATP Tour and the WTA Tour descend upon the Big Apple for the U.S. Open.... 

  • BookMaker.eu Saturday is shaping up to be a huge day in the history of women's tennis.It isn't all that often that anyone holds all four Grand Slam titles at the same time, but Serena Williams can successfully do just that if he knocks off Spaniard Garbine Muguruza in the Wimbledon ladies' final.... 

  • BookMaker.eu The big knock on the ATP Tour over the course of the last decade is that there really have only been a few players who have had a chance to win any of the major tournaments. However, Stanislav Wawrinka has broken the mold just a bit, reaching the French Open men's final against Novak Djokovic.... 

  • BookMaker.eu WHAT TO KNOWMaria Sharapova has won two of the last three French Opens on the women’s side, making it to the finals all three years.... 

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