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The main draw at the Indian Wells Open is about to begin and it’s the usual suspects atop the odds leaderboards.

The latest: Strong performances at the Dubai Tennis Championships and overall dominant play have Daniil Medvedev and Iga Swiatek as the favourites in their respective competitions. Felix Auger-Aliassime and Bianca Andreescu represent the top Canadian options in each draw.

Check out the latest Indian Wells Open odds for the tennis tournament, which concludes on March 19.

Indian Wells Open odds: Men’s singles

Player Odds
Daniil Medvedev +200
Stefanos Tsitsipas +600
Carlos Alcaraz +700
Jannik Sinner +1,100
Taylor Fritz +1,300
Felix Auger-Aliassime +1,500
Holger Rune +2,000
Hubert Hurkacz +3,000
Cameron Norrie +3,300
Andrey Rublev +3,300
Matteo Berrettini +4,000
Frances Tiafoe +4,000
Tommy Paul +4,000
Casper Ruud +4,000
Denis Shapovalov +12,000

Tennis odds as of 2:16 p.m. on 03/06/2023.

Best Men’s Indian Wells Open odds

The favourite: Medvedev (+200)

A quick look at Medvedev’s recent results shows why he’s a deserving favourite entering the tournament.

The 27-year-old superstar has 14 consecutive wins, claiming titles at the Dubai Tennis Championships, the Qatar Open and the Rotterdam Open.

Notable wins during this stretch include victories over Novak Djokovic, Andrey Rublev, Andy Murray, Jannik Sinner and a pair over Auger-Aliassime.

Despite winning plenty of singles tournaments, Medvedev has never won at Indian Wells. He was cruising at last year’s event before abruptly losing in straight sets to Grigor Dimitrov in the fourth round.

With Djokovic withdrawing due to a failed attempt to enter the U.S. because of his vaccination status, Medvedev’s the man to beat.

Canadian men’s odds

Auger-Aliassime (+1,500) has the shortest odds of any Canadian and the sixth-best overall to win the tournament.

This tournament hasn’t treated him kindly, as he hasn’t advanced beyond the third round in four appearances.

The 22-year-old hasn’t been able to string together positive results, failing to qualify for the quarterfinals at any event in 2023. In his defence, he and Medvedev have battled twice already, with the latter winning each contest.

Still, a straight-sets loss to Lorenzo Sonego in his most recent match is puzzling for the inconsistent Auger-Aliasssime.

His fellow countryman, Denis Shapovalov, has even more questions surrounding him.

Shapovalov has lost four of his last five contests, losing any positive energy he may have gained from a surprisingly strong fall.

With +12,000 odds, Shapovalov is much further down the board. His best result at this tournament is a fourth-round appearance in 2019.

Indian Wells Open odds: Women’s singles

Player Odds
Iga Swiatek +180
Aryna Sabalenka +750
Barbora Krejcikova +1,400
Elena Rybakina +1,600
Jessica Pegula +2,000
Belinda Bencic +2,200
Coco Gauff +2,500
Bianca Andreescu +3,000
Caroline Garcia +3,000
Veronica Kudermetova +3,000
Madison Keys +3,300
Victoria Azarenka +3,500
Liudmila Samsonova +3,500
Danielle Collins +4,000
Maria Sakkari +4,000
Leylah Fernandez +7,000

Tennis odds as of 2:16 p.m. on 03/06/2023.

Best Women’s Indian Wells Open odds

The favourite: Swiatek (+180)

If Swiatek’s in a tournament, she’s the favourite. There’s no debating that.

The Polish tennis sensation is a daunting task for any opponent, excelling in all facets of the game. She has one tournament victory (Qatar Open) in 2023 and was the runner-up at her most recent event, the Dubai Tennis Championships.

Swiatek has eight wins in her last nine matches and will be defending her title at Indian Wells after winning the tournament in 2022.

Canadian women’s odds

Andreescu (+3,000) is tied for the eighth-best odds to win this tournament and that’s largely due to her previous success in it.

The Canadian is a former winner of the Indian Wells Open, taking home the title in 2019. Andreescu has made one tournament appearance since, advancing to the third round in 2021. She did not compete in last year’s event.

Aside from being a former champion, there isn’t a whole lot else working in her favour.

Andreescu has lost three consecutive matches on the hard court despite having an impressive 139-58 career record on the surface.

Health may be an issue for Andreescu after withdrawing from the Thailand Open last month due to an apparent shoulder and neck injury.

Fernandez (+7,000) is much further down the board, but her recent results are a little more encouraging than Andreescu’s.

Fernandez’s last match was a two-set loss to Swiatek, but she does have three wins in her last five appearances.

The Canadian is 98-56 on the hard court in her career and has advanced to the fourth round in each of the last two Indian Wells Opens.

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Steven Psihogios writes about sports betting for NorthStar Bets. NorthStar Bets is owned by NordStar Capital, which also owns Torstar, the Star’s parent company. Follow him on Twitter: @StevenPsihogios

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