Here are our Madrid Open Women’s Quarter betting tips. The Madrid Open continues to provide drama on the WTA Tour with the usual smattering of big names making it through to the third round but as is the trend on the tour at the moment, many of the world’s top 10 have fallen by the way side. The likes of Simona Halep, Naomi Osaka and Petra Kvitova will be the strong favourites to go the distance in the Spanish capital but with many emerging talents also wrapped up in the draw – it promises to be a fascinating week…
Quarter Betting Madrid Open Predictions
Australian Open champion Naomi Osaka has struggled a little during the clay court season thus far but with back to back Grand Slams in her locker, she is very much the player to beat in any tournament she plays. She has been pushed in both of her opening matches but looks well set to produce the goods this week and is 2/7 with Ladbrokes to progress from the top quarter of the draw.
Swiss superstar Belinda Bencic has emerged from the pack in 2019 to be a real threat in every event she plays and she has broken into the world’s top 20. She will fancy her chances of upsetting the odds here and could be a good bet at 3/1 with Bet365 to progress from quarter 1.
Belarussian Aliaksandra Sasnovich is another player in with a shout this week and whilst the world number 33 hasn’t had her best season, she certainly possesses the talent to upset some of the bigger names in the draw – she is 8/1 with Betsafe to win the quadrant.
Ukrainian hotshot Kateryna Kozlova has already dispatched of Karolina Pliskova here in Madrid and will be looking for more upsets this week. She is very much an outside bet at 16/1 with TonyBet but she is one to watch here.
World number 3 Simona Halep has always enjoyed playing on clay and the Romanian looks somewhere near back to her best following an injury hampered finish to 2018. She is a two-time champion in Madrid and will be seeking a third title and is a good bet at 8/11 with Bet-at-Home to win the second quadrant.
Ashleigh Barty has established herself inside the world’s top 10 and she will be looking to kick on following her title win in Miami last month. The Aussie hotshot is 2/1 with Bet365 to reach the last here in Madrid.
Yulia Putinseva is another player to have enjoyed an impressive start to 2019 and she has climbed the world rankings to number 43. The hard-htting Kazakhstani looks to be coming of age on the WTA Tour and could be a good outside bet at 7/1 with MansionBet to win the quarter.
Slovakian Viktoria Kuzmova had no form to speak of prior to her arrival in Madrid but has impressed so far this week and will be full of confidence. She is very much an outsider in her section of the draw but could be worth keeping an eye on at 16/1 with Royal Panda.
In a very open quadrant, former US Open champion Sloane Stephens has endured an indifferent season thus far in 2019 but she has been in decent form of late and enjoys playing on clay. She is the justified favourite at 2/5 with William Hill to reach the last 4 here in Madrid.
Croatian Donna Vekic has climbed to number 24 in the world and was desperately unlucky to lose out to Naomi Osaka in Stuttgart last month. She could be the one to look out for here and looks a good bet at 2/1 with Betsson.
Fellow Croat Petra Martic benefited from a withdrawal from Angelique Kerber in the previous round but her win over home favourite Garbine Muguruza in the opening round was an impressive one. She is another outsider in an open segment and could cause somewhat of an upset at 7/1 with Betfred and reach the semi-finals.
Saisai Zheng is another player in contention in Madrid and the Chinese superstar has broken into the world’s top 50 in the last few weeks. This looks a big ask for her at 18/1 with Bwin but with Stephens up next, the draw could open up for her.
Defending Madrid Open champion Petra Kvitova will be looking to defend her title in style this season but will be all too aware of the threats in her quadrant of the draw. She is 13/8 with Unibet to reach yet another semi-final in Madrid.
World number 7 Kiki Bertens continues to perform consistently on the WTA tour and the Dutch superstar will be keen to win the event here on one of her favoured surfaces. She finds herself in a congested quarter and at 5/2 with Bwin to reach the last 4 this week – she knows she will have to be at her best.
Latvian Anastasija Sevastova is yet another player capable of going the distance in Madrid and despite not much form to speak of in 2019; she has consistently proven herself on the WTA Tour without necessarily winning the events to back up her significant potential. She is decent value at9/2 with Ladbrokes to progress from quarter 4.
Another former top 10 player Caroline Garcia will be hoping to find form again following a disappointing 2018. She has a good record on clay and could well be the one to watch out for at 7/1 with William Hill.
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