Odds For Canadian Women at Rogers Cup Toronto

rogers cup 2013 betting odds for canadians

There are four Canadian women competing in the 2013 Rogers Cup Toronto and they will have to contend with some of the biggest names in womens tennis like Serena Williams if they want to be victorious in front of the partisan crowd! Check out the betting odds and a preview of Genie Bouchard, Stephanie Dubois, Sharon Fichman and Carol Zhao at the Rogers Cup!

As of now, Montreal’s Eugenie Bouchard is +20000 or 200/1 odds to win the Rogers Cup outright which means the oddsmakers feel she has the best chance of all the Canadian women competing in 2013. At only 19 years of age, “Genie” Bouchard is currently ranked #58 in the world. Bouchard has drawn comparisons to Maria Sharapova and considered to potentially be the best female tennis player Canada has ever seen. In her first round match Genie  Bouchard is a  -300 favourite over Alisa Kleybanova.

Sharon Fichman is a Toronto native and attended Forest Hill HS which is not far from where this tournament is being held, so you know she must be thrilled to showcase her skills in front of her supporters. Sharon is fresh off an appearance in the Vancouver Open final so it is a good time for her to continue her run of solid of play into the Rogers Cup. It is unfortunate that she drew fellow Canadian Stephanie Dubois as her opponent in the first round. The oddsmakers have Fichman at +35000 or 350/1 to win the Rogers Cup.

The Quebec native Stephanie Dubois has been named Canada’s best female tennis player on two occasions and was the runner up in Toronto back in 2008. The oddsmakers have Stephanie Dubois at +50000 or 500 to 1 odds to win the Rogers Cup. Her first round match will be against Canadian Sharon Fichman.

Mississuaga, Ontario’s Carol Zhao is a longshot to win the Rogers Cup at +100000 or 1000 to 1 odds. The 18 year old Zhao is the an Australian Open junior winner and is making the transition to the pro tour. Zhao earned her entry into the 2013 draw after her upset victory over Irina-Camelia Begu who is ranked 75th in the world. This is on the heels of a major win over 130th ranked Ajla Tomljanovic at the Vancouver Open so you can be sure Carol Zhao will be brimming with confidence heading into her round 1 match against Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova!

It should be noted the all the Canadian women are on the same side of the draw, which means that there will be no all Canadian final. The good news is that a Canadian will not have to face the #1 seed Serena Williams until the final. Williams is the oddsmakers overall favourite to win the Rogers Cup at -120.

Best Site to Bet on Tennis

We recommend Canadians to bet on tennis at Bet365. This is because Bet365 offers Canadians the most option for betting tennis, along with live tennis streaming and live “in-play” tennis betting! This means that you will be able to watch the Rogers Cup live on your laptop or tablet and bet in-play as the match goes on! Canadians who sign up to Bet365 will receive a 100% deposit bonus up to $200.