After an exciting first week of action, we're down to our final eight players in the 2021 Australian Open women's bracket.
With such a loaded field, let's look at the odds to win the 2021 women's Australian Open, according to FanDuel Sportsbook.
Naomi Osaka Australian Open Odds (+150)
Naomi Osaka has +150 odds to win the 2021 Australian Open, making her the favorite to win the tournament. Osaka was also the favorite to win the 2021 Australian Open before the tournament started.
Ashleigh Barty Australian Open Odds (+300)
Ashleigh Barty ranks second, trailing only Naomi Osaka, with +300 odds to win the 2021 Australian Open.
Serena Williams Australian Open Odds (+500)
Despite being the fourth-highest seed remaining (No. 10), Serena Williams ranks third in the odds to win the 2021 Australian Open, at +500.
Simona Halep Australian Open Odds (+650)
Simona Halep has +650 odds to win the 2021 Australian Open, ranking fourth among the eight remaining women.
Jennifer Brady Australian Open Odds (+900)
Jennifer Brady ranks fifth in the odds to win the 2021 Australian Open, at +900.
Karolina Muchova Australian Open Odds (+2300)
Karolina Muchova's +2300 odds to win the 2021 Australian Open rank No. 6 among the remaining field.
Jessica Pegula Australian Open Odds (+2500)
Jessica Pegula ranks seventh in the odds to win the Australian Open heading into the quarterfinals, with +2500 odds.
Su-Wei Hsieh Australian Open Odds (+5500)
As a +5500 underdog, Su-Wei Hsieh ranks last (eighth out of eight) in the odds to win the 2021 Australian Open.
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