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    Canadian Open 2019 Odds & Predictions

    Canadian Open 2019 Odds & Predictions

    Let's have a quick look at the current Canadian Open odds:

    Odds to win the Men's tournament:

    • Rafael Nadal 3.00
    • Alexander Zverev 10.50
    • Dominic Thiem 11.50

    Odds to win the Women's tournament:

    • Simona Halep 6.00
    • Serena Williams 9.00
    • Barty Asleigh 9.00

    The Rogers Cup, formally known as the Canadian Open, is a tour event for both men and women and is split between two of Canada's largest cities.

    In 2019, the women will play at the Aviva Centre in Toronto, while the men will compete at IGA Stadium in Montreal, and both tournaments run concurrently from August 5 until August 11.

    If you're looking to place a bet, there are plenty of odds available. The tournament is all about the players who have a shot at being the Rogers Cup 2019 winner, and we've got all the latest odds right here, including:

    • Rogers Cup Men's singles odds
    • Rogers Cup Women's singles odds
    • Rogers Cup doubles odds

    We will also name our picks and tell you the top Canadian chances in each competition.

    The Rogers Cup is just another way that you can bet on tennis, and SportsBettingReviews.ca is a great place to do this. You can select from a huge variety of sportsbooks that we have partnered up with - check out all of our reviews today.

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    Bet on Rogers Cup 2019

    The fastest way to bet on the Rogers Cup is to select the tournament winner. Outright odds are available leading up to the tournament and during the event, so you will still have a chance even one day before the final takes place.

    Of course, if you're looking to place a bet, the early bird gets the juicier worm - most odds will start high and decrease as a player progresses through the tournament. Check out all the Rogers Cup 2019 odds right here:

    Rogers Cup Men's Odds

    One of the greatest players of all time, Rafael Nadal will be looking to add another Canadian Open / Rogers Cup triumph to his list of accolades.

    He won it the event in 2018, and this was remarkably his fourth win at the tournament. It is no surprise to see him headlining the odds.

      Bet365 William Hill
    Rafael Nadal 2.75 3.00
    Alexander Zverev 10.00 10.00
    Dominic Thiem 11.00 10.00
    Stefanos Tsitsipas 13.00 13.00
    Daniil Medvedev 12.00 12.00
    Kei Nishikori 15.00 13.00
    Nick Kyrgios 17.00 17.00
    Marian Cilic 17.00 17.00

    Rogers Cup Women's Odds

    Wimbledon winner Simona Halep is the top chance here although the field is extremely open. Serena Williams is never too far away, and there are a number of grand slam winners on this list including Naomi Osaka and more recently Ashleigh Barty. It's a great field.

      Bet365 William Hill
    Simona Halep 6.00 6.50
    Serena Williams 9.00 8.00
    Ashleigh Barty 9.00 8.50
    Naomi Osaka 9.00 9.00
    Karolina Pliskova 11.00 10.00
    Sloane Stephens 15.00 13.00
    Angelique Kerber 17.00 17.00
    Elina Svitolina 19.00 17.00

     

    Rogers Cup Doubles Odds

    Doubles odds at the Rogers Cup are limited to the individual matches at the early stages of the tournament. As the event progresses and the semi-finals draw closer, that is when you'll see some of the major online sportsbooks showing odds for the winners.

    The reason for this is that the odds are swayed heavily by whether or not the participants of the doubles teams are still in the singles draw. So, keep your eye out for these odds as the tournament unfolds.

     

    Rogers Cup 2019 Picks

    Men's Singles Winner

    It's no surprise really, but we are banking on Rafael Nadal to lift for the occasion and win his fifth Rogers Cup title. The world number-two is in great form having just won yet another French Open title and losing only to the great Roger Federer in the semi-finals of Wimbledon.

    With no Novak Djokovic in the draw, Nadal will win comfortably as long as he stays fit throughout, and given this will be one of the warm-up tournament before the US Open, I'm sure he will give it his all.

    Nadal is a great value pick here, up to 3.00 on certain websites. 

    Women's Singles Winner

    The women's draw is always tough to predict, and this is made obvious by the value of the odds. Wimbledon champion Simona Halep is the favourite, and once again she will be pushed all the way by Wimbledon runner-up and one of the most successful players ever in Serena Williams

    Halep is the defending champion, and knows how to win in Canada. She is in great form and we think she can go back to back, just like Nadal. It really isn't like us to pick two favourites, although with the money on offer it's certainly a worthy bet. Go for Halep at odds up to 6.50.

    Rogers Cup Top Canadians

    Milos Raonic starts yet another Canadian Open, and the veteran is one of the outsiders at the tournament. At odds of as high as 33.00 on certain sites, there is certainly value, although we can't see him competing with the top players, especially Rafael Nadal. We will still be cheering him to victory though!

    Felix Auger Aliassime is now only just behind Raonic on the rankings, and he too will be one to watch. His odds are actually slightly lower, at around 21.00. Could he be the one to breakthrough?

    In the women's side, Bianca Andreescu remains the best chance, although she is a real outsider at 41.00. Her first round opponent is previous best Canadian Eugenie Bouchard, who has slipped to 114th in the rankings.

    Our Picks Are Always A Good Bet!

    Our recent picks for the 2019 Wimbledon winners yielded three winners and one runner-up across the men's and women's single and doubles.

    You can take a look at our Wimbledon 2019 article right here, and a summary of our picks can be found below:

    Event Our Pick Result Odds
    Men's Singles Novak Djokovic Winner 1.66
    Women's Singles Simona Halep Winner 2.80
    Men's Doubles Mahut/Roger-Vasselin Runner-up 2.62
    Women's Doubles Su-wei/Strycova Winner 4.33

    So, as you can see, follow our picks and bet with confidence at SportsBettingReviews.ca

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