US Open Women’s Odds & Draw

Last Updated: Aug 28, 2023

The world’s best tennis players will soon converge on New York City for the final Grand Slam of the season, the US Open.

Iga Świątek is the defending champion and will enter as the favorite, seeking her second career US Open title and fifth Grand Slam. The rest of the newly-anointed “big three” will take aim at her spot, as will an up-and-coming young American.

Let’s get into how the field shakes out.

US Open Women’s Winner Odds

Tennis odds used for this Grand Slam report are current as of Thursday, Aug. 24, at 5 p.m. ET at DraftKings Sportsbook.

Now for the lines on who will win the 2023 US Open women’s tournament:

  • Iga Świątek (+240)
  • Aryna Sabalenka (+475)
  • Coco Gauff (+700)
  • Elena Rybakina (+800)
  • Jessica Pegula (+1000)
  • Karolina Muchová (+2000)
  • Markéta Vondroušová (+2000)
  • Ons Jabeur (+2500)

US Open Women’s Favorite

Iga Świątek (+240)

DraftKings Sportsbook

It’s pretty much been business as usual this season for Świątek, who has compiled a 53-9 record with four titles already in 2023.

She took home the French Open in the spring, but she sputtered at the other two Slams this season with a fourth-round exit in Australia and a shocking quarterfinal defeat at Wimbledon.

She was also eliminated in the semifinal stage of each WTA 1000-level event leading up to the US Open, but Świątek is still worth recommending as your tennis bet of the day.

US Open Women’s Field

The “big three” has been rudely invaded upon by American Jessica Pegula, who comes into this tournament as the third seed.

Aryna Sabalenka is the No. 2 seed in the field after a run to the semifinals here a year ago and a first-ever major title in Australia.

Elena Rybakina, in the midst of a roller-coaster season, is the No. 4 seed.

US Open Women’s Contenders

Aryna Sabalenka (+475)

It’s hard to get a read on Sabalenka at the moment, but as has been the case in the last five or so Grand Slams, she’s a major player.

The Belarusian has made the semifinals here in back-to-back seasons and really should have reached the final last season. Her nerves got the best of her then, and they got the best of her at Wimbledon and the French Open as well.

We say it all the time, but it feels like the only thing in Sabalenka’s way is Sabalenka.

Coco Gauff (+700)

DraftKings Sportsbook

Considered by many to be the likeliest champion after Świątek, Coco Gauff enters this tournament on what seems like the run of her life.

Still just 19, the American has made some drastic improvements to her forehand since beginning to work with coach Brad Gilbert and has been a winning machine in August.

She won the title in Washington, and after losing a tough three-setter to Jessica Pegula in the quarters of Montréal, she won her first career WTA 1000-level title in Cincinnati the next week.

Her opponent in the semifinal? None other than Świątek.

Jessica Pegula (+1000)

Pegula is the only woman who’s been able to beat Gauff this hardcourt season, and she’s also one of the few this season who has toppled Świątek as well – taking her out en route to her first-ever WTA 1000-level title in Montréal.

🎾 Click for the US Open Men’s Odds & Draw.

That would seem to put her right in line with Gauff, yet there’s a disparity in their pricing. Pegula fell to Świątek in a back-and-forth match here in last year’s quarterfinals.

US Open Women’s Sleepers

Karolina Muchová (+2000)

Does she count as a sleeper? It sure feels like it. There’s not much fanfare surrounding Muchová given her game isn’t particularly flashy and just features consistent ballstriking, but she’s one of the best in the world right now.

The Czech followed up her run to the French Open final with a decent hardcourt season, taking a set off of Świątek in Montréal and reaching the final in Cincinnati, where she was defeated by Gauff.

Danielle Collins (+6500)

DraftKings Sportsbook

For the baseball fans out there, Collins is a lot like Giancarlo Stanton. She’s awfully inconsistent and rarely wins enough in a season to be ranked high enough to reflect her ability.

When she gets hot, though, look out.

🎾 Dig into our top US Open Women’s Predictions & Best Bets.

Collins looked nearly unstoppable here last year until running into Sabalenka in the fourth round, and she’s once again looking just as dangerous in recent weeks. She’s overpowered some excellent players in the runup to the tournament, going 6-2 – with both losses coming to Świątek.

Related articles


Get $1,500 in Bonus Bets

5 stars

Bet $5, Get $150 in Bonus Bets or First Bet Safety Net

5 stars

Bet $10, Get $200 in Bonus Bets

5 stars

Get A Bonus Bet Up to $1,000

5 stars

Bet $5, Get $200 in Bonus Bets

5 stars

Get A Bonus Bet Up To $250

5 stars

Bet $5, Get $200 in Bonus Bets Every Day for 5 days!

5 stars

If you or someone you know has a gambling problem and wants help, please call 1-800-GAMBLER.

21+ and present in OH. Gambling Problem? Call or text 1-800-GAMBLER (CO, DC, IL, IN, LA, MD, MS, NJ, OH, PA, TN, VA, WV, WY).

Call 877-8-HOPENY or text HOPENY (467369) (NY).

Please Gamble Responsibly. Call 1-800-NEXT-STEP (AZ), 1-800-522-4700 (KS, NV), 1-800-327-5050 (MA), 1-800-BETS-OFF (IA), 1-800-270-7117 for confidential help (MI).

All betting content on is exclusively intended for audience members 21 years and older who are permitted to gamble in legal states. The Game Day may earn revenue from site visitor referrals to betting services.

Responsible Gaming: Many sportsbooks offer ways to encourage responsible gaming, including the establishment of limits to deposits, spending, and time dedicated to betting.

The Game Day is a TGD Marketing Ltd. endeavor.