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The French Open Tennis Odds will be available shortly after this tournament finishes. We support responsible gambling initiatives: Australian Open 14th - 27th Jan. This would appear to open the door for Angelique Kerber, although she has not been playing her best tennis over the past year or so. If you are looking for a bit of a dark horse in this section of the draw, perhaps you should take a look at Maria Sharapova. She is back from suspension and looks to be fit and ready to go, which could be a problem for the other ladies in this quarter.
Third Quarter Serena may not be ready to play in her first major of the year, but the Williams name will still be well represented in Australia. Venus Williams is in the twilight of her career, but even at 37 years of age, she is still more than capable hanging with the younger players on the tour. Venus looks to have a tough path out of here, though, as she may be forced to face Ekaterina Makarova in the 3rd round, as well as Elina Svitolina, who is coming off a tournament win in Brisbane.
It is Svitolina who looks the most likely to escape this quarter. Again, the absence of Serena means that the door is now wide open for Wozniacki, and she needs to be among the favorites to win her first major title. Perhaps her biggest competition in this quarter is Coco Vandeweghe, the player who ousted her from both Wimbledon and the French Open last season. Champs since