After an exciting first week of action, we're down to our final eight players in the 2021 Australian Open men's bracket.
There haven't been too many major surprises, as No. 1 seed Novak Djokovic and No. 2 seed Rafael Nadal have both advanced to the quarterfinals.
With such a loaded field, let's look at the odds to win the 2021 men's Australian Open, according to FanDuel Sportsbook.
Novak Djokovic Australian Open Odds (+170)
Novak Djokovic's odds to win the Australian Open sit at +170, making him the favorite among the eight remaining players. Djokovic was also the favorite to win the 2021 Australian Open before the tournament started.
Daniil Medvedev Australian Open Odds (+250)
Daniil Medvedev ranks second in the odds to win the Australian Open, at +250.
Rafael Nadal Australian Open Odds (+440)
With +440 odds, Rafael Nadal ranks third in the odds to win the 2021 Australian Open.
Alexander Zverev Australian Open Odds (+600)
Alexander Zverev has +600 odds (fourth-best among remaining players) to win the 2021 Australian Open.
Stefanos Tsitsipas Australian Open Odds (+950)
Stefanos Tsitspias' +950 odds to win the 2021 Australian Open rank fifth among eight remaining players.
Andrey Rublev Australian Open Odds (+1400)
Andrey Rublev has +1400 odds to win the Australian Open, which puts him in sixth place.
Grigor Dimitrov Australian Open Odds (+1600)
Grigor Dimitrov has +1600 odds to win the 2021 Australian Open, rankings seventh among eight remaining players.
Aslan Karatsev Australian Open Odds (+7000)
Aslan Karatsev ranks last (eighth out of eight) among remaining players with +7000 odds to win the 2021 Australian Open.
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