Odds To Win 2021 Miami Open Favor Naomi Osaka and Daniil Medvedev

  • BetOnline has opening odds on the Men’s and Women’s 2021 Miami Open
  • Naomi Osaka (+300) is favored to win in her first tournament appearance since the Australian Open
  • Daniil Medvedev (+210) is in prime position to claim his fourth Masters 1000 title

Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Dominic Thiem all took a pass on the season’s first ATP Masters 1000, but of the WTA’s Top 10, only Serena Williams is absent. With the two-week tournament already underway, let’s look at the latest odds to win the 2021 Miami Open, starting with the star-studded women’s draw.

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2021 Women’s Miami Open Odds (WTA)

Naomi Osaka+300
Gabrine Muguruza+600
Aryna Sabalenka+700
Simona Halep+900
Ashleigh Barty+1000
Iga Swiatek+1000
Jennifer Brady+1600
Petra Kvitova+1600
Victoria Azarenka+2000
Jessica Pegula+2200

Naomi Osaka’s the new face of women’s tennis

Naomi Osaka (+300) hoisted her fourth Grand Slam trophy in Australia. However, the 23-year-old hasn’t won many non-major events and has yet to pass the third round in four trips to Miami despite growing up in the area.

Garbiñe Muguruza is seeded 12th, but after a title and a runner-up finish in Dubai and Doha, oddsmakers give her the next best chance of winning the event at +600.

Still, the defending champion after last year’s Miami Open was canceled, No. 1 seed Ashleigh Barty (+1000) is tough to bet on given she has only played in two tournaments in the past year.

Instead, let’s go with Australian Open finalist Jennifer Brady at +1600. While the 25-year-old American is the No. 13 seed, every Miami Open winner since 2015 has been seeded lower than 10th.

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2021 Men’s Miami Open Odds (ATP)

Daniil Medvedev+210
Andrey Rublev+450
Alexander Zverev+500
Stefanos Tsitsipas+800
Aslan Karatsev+1200
Denis Shapovalov+2000
Milos Raonic+2200
Karen Khachanov+2800
Roberto Bautista-Agut+2800
Felix Auger Aliassime+3300

Medvedev is the man to beat in Miami

Earlier this week, Daniil Medvedev (+210) became the first player other than Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer or Andy Murray to be ranked in the top two since 2005 and has a chance to cement his standing in a Miami tournament absent of the Big Three.

Coming off his second Grand Slam final at the Australian Open, the 25-year-old Russian’s first test will likely come in the semi-finals against Alexander Zverev (+500), who he has defeated in their past three head-two-head matches. Like Medvedev, Zverev has three Masters 1000 titles to his name and lost a hard-fought final to John Isner in Miami three years ago.

With a 57-13 record since the start of 2020, Andrey Rublev (+450) is red hot. He has lifted six individual trophies and helped Russia to ATP Cup glory this February but has never been to the final of a tournament at this level.

Searching for his first Masters 1000 title after upsetting Rafael Nadal in the quarterfinals in Melbourne, Stefanos Tsitsipas (+800) provides decent value, but the Miami Open is Medvedev’s to lose.

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