Australian Open Odds: Predict Men’s Finalists for Juicy Payout

The quarterfinals are set for the 2023 Aussie Open.

With just eight men remaining, it’s time to lock in your bets for this year’s finalists. At top tennis betting sites, you can pick the winner and bet on whether or not a player will make it to the final court.

Here’s a look at the current Australian Open odds.

2023 Men’s Australian Open winner

The odds of an American winning this year’s Australian Open got much better this weekend.

Three of the remaining eight men hail from the US (Sebastian Korda, Tommy Paul, Ben Shelton), with the highest seed being Korda at 29.

It’s an unlikely trio for the States, as most expected the country’s two top players, Taylor Fritz and Frances Tiafoe, to be the ones doing the damage this tournament.

Three of the top five seeds in the tourney will be standing in the Americans’ way, including the AO GOAT Novak Djokovic (4).

Stefanos Tsitsipas (3) will also be an obstacle, having reached the semifinals in three of the last four years.

Andrey Rublev (5), Karen Khachanov (18), and 21-year-old Jiri Lehecka round out the top eight.

To reach the final

One American will be cannibalized by another when Ben Shelton and Tommy Paul square off on Tuesday.

The good news is the other will have a guaranteed spot in the semis. The bad news is that it will be against either Djokovic or Rublev.

Meanwhile, rising star Sebastian Korda will look to keep his Cinderella story alive when he takes on Russia’s Karen Khachanov.

The two have met three times, including an R16 epic at Wimbledon, where Khachanov advanced in a 5-set tiebreaker.

However, Korda has bounced back and won the last two contests. If Korda can advance, he’ll take on the winner of Tsitsipas and Lehecka.

Name the finalists

If you think you have a lock on both finalists for this year, you can take advantage of some enticing odds.

The shortest odds come at (+115) with Tsitsipas vs. Djokovic, while the longest are with Korda vs. Paul and Tsitsipas vs. Shelton – both at (+3800).