Tennis Betting Props: Will Bianca Andreescu Get The No. 1 Ranking or Win a Grand Slam?

The Women’s Tennis Association is always looking for the heir apparent to Serena Williams after beating her at the Rogers Cup in 33, plus the ranks have vaulted up.
Nineteen-year-old Canadian Bianca Andreescu has become ranked 14th in the world following two tournament wins in 2019 and online sportsbooks have released betting props for if the adolescent will win on the Grand Slam point (+600) or make it into the No. 1 ranking (+1000), either at the end of 2020.
Let’s look into the meteoric growth of Andreescu and when she can make it to the mountaintop of the WTA:
The 1 thing which differs from the ATP and the WTA is the top echelon of players’ consistency. In the ATP, it is the same three guys (Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer) who are always competing in the Grand Slams and it should not shock you that these three have united to win each major since the start of 2017 (11 total).
But using the WTA, a fresh player/winner appears to emerge??from each Grand Slam as well as the No. 1 position changes often. There were nine Grand Slam winners with the WTA. This is Bianca Andreescu creates an intriguing case that is betting to strike one of both of these props. The young??Canadian won at Indian Wells back in March and will be currently coming off a stunning win in her home country at the Rogers Cup in Toronto over Serena Williams to move into 14th in the WTA rankings.
Outside of these 2 wins, she has been plagued with injuries to her back and shoulder, that has caused her to miss that year to significant amounts of time. She did not take part in the 2019 Australian Open, had to draw in the next round at the French Open and missed Wimbledon entirely due to??her shoulder injury.
My difficulty with those betting props is that they don’t feel totally exclusive. Players rarely receive the No. 1 position on the WTA tour till they acquire a Grand Slam or string with a series of wins against the lower tournaments. Andreescu accidents have restricted her and the ranking will likely be out of grip if she can not stay on the court.
As for those”Winning a Grand Slam by end of 2020″ prop, I think bettors would find the best value by betting on her to win the whole thing for each individual tournament. She currently has +1400 odds to win the U.S. Open In September and +1400 to win the Australian Open in January 2020. Where she’s been the very successful in her career so that I would start there to the value and determine if she can be the first Canadian to win a Grand Slam title on the WTA circuit hardcourts is.

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