Printable Bracket for the 2023 Women's Australian Open Heading Into the Quarterfinals
The 2023 Women's Australian Open is rolling along and about to enter the quarterfinals. The best women's tennis players from around the world are battling it out in the sport's first annual major. The tournament began on January 15 and will end on January 29.
Iga Swiatek, the overall No. 1 seed, has been eliminated and will once again have to wait for her first Australian Open title. The No. 2 seed, Ons Jabeur, has been eliminated as well. No. 3 seed Jessica Pegula is the highest seed still playing.
2023 Women's Australian Open Odds
When it comes to the odds to win the 2023 Women's Australian Open, the list of top contenders looks a bit different with the quarterfinals getting underway. Aryna Sabalenka is now the favorite to win it all at +200, but she is closely followed by Pegula (+300), Elena Rybakina (+320), Karolina Pliskova (+1200) and Donna Vekic (+1300).
The oddsmakers see it as a battle between Sabalenka, Pegula and Rybakina to take home the title.
2023 Australian Open Bracket
If you're looking to follow along throughout the tournament or trying to predict the winner of each match ahead of time, The Duel has created a printable bracket for the women's Australian Open.
To view, download and print this two-page bracket. Head to this link here for the top half and this link for the bottom half.
Be sure to check out all of The Duel's continued tennis coverage throughout the 2023 Australian Open.
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