A clear difference is immediately apparent when it comes to men’s and women’s Tennis betting. For the most part, the men are still under the firm control of “The Big Three.” Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, and Roger Federer have dominated the men’s side for many years. While there some potential threats for a breakthrough that has not been firmly established to date. By contrast, the women’s side is loaded with top talent. Parity is the reason for the season when it comes to the Women’s Tennis Association. Heading into 2020 new names could emerge on both sides.
First among equals of top contenders looking to crack “The Big Three” is 23-year-old, Daniil Medvedev. The Russian native now resides in highly expensive and exclusive Monte Carlo, Monaco. Perhaps it’s an expectation that Medvedev has set for himself as far as massive future earnings. Concurrently Medvedev is ranked fourth in the world and has a total of seven career titles. His best Grand Slam finish was last September when he lost the US Open Final to Rafael Nadal. Medvedev’s advancement to that championship match garnered considerable online betting attention. Gambler’s looking for value have flocked to this prospective star.
Austria’s 26-year-old Dominic Thiem has climbed to fifth in the current men’s rankings. In like manner, to Medvedev, his best Grand Slam finishes were consecutive appearances in the French Open final the past two years. Thiem has won a total of 16 career titles. If there is a rival to Medvedev among aspiring champions it would be Thiem.
Consider the ultimate breakthrough player on the women’s Tennis Betting side. Canada’s 19-year-old phenom Bianca Andreescu has climbed to fourth in the world rankings. Andreescu scored a dominant US Open win last year over Serena Williams explode upon the world stage. Previously she had defeated Williams in the Canadian Open to stunning gamblers everywhere. That was just a few weeks before the dynamite US Open Triumph. Andreescu is here to stay as proven by the momentum of her strong 2019 finish.
Yet another aspiring star made her name against Serena Williams as well. Japan’s 22-year old Naomi Osaka slapped her name on the globe’s marquee when she beat Williams at the US Open in 2018. Following that triumph, Osaka erased any doubts that she was a fluke with a championship in the 2019 Australian Open. Osaka is currently ranked third in the world and has been as high as number one. Looking back her win over Williams is much more understandable. Specifically, Williams is at the tail end of her Hall of Fame career.
Extending the youth movement on the women’s side is Australia’s 23-year-old Ashleigh Barty. To illuminate Barty is ranked number one in the world. While Barty’s only Grand Slam win was at the 2019 French Open she has won 241 singles matches already. In view of her, consistency Barty figures to be at or near the top for years to come.
Second-ranked Karolina Pliskova trails only Barty in the women’s world rankings. Pliskova is best known for winning the 2016 US Open. That is the only career Grand Slam win in her career. To show, the 27-year-old Czech has also made the Australian and French Open semifinals.