Australian Open Odds: Player Props, Set Betting for Remaining Quarterfinal Matches

What was once 256 players is down to 12.

Two quarterfinal matches have wrapped up on each side, with Karen Khachanov, Stefanos Tsitsipas, Victoria Azarenka, and Elena Rybakina already booking spots in the semis.

Just a pair of American players remain after top-seeded female Jessica Pegula was outmatched on Monday by two-time Australian Open winner Victoria Azarenka.

Ben Shelton and Tommy Paul will battle it out on Tuesday to determine which US player will earn a trip to the semifinals to represent the Red, White, and Blue.

Bet on the rest of the quarterfinal matches, props, sets, and more at top US tennis betting sites.

2023 Men’s Australian Open odds

Ben Shelton vs. Tommy Paul

Out of all the US talent entering the 2023 Aussie Open, it’s safe to say nobody expected the final two Americans standing would be world No. 89 Ben Shelton and No. 35 Tommy Paul.

The 20-year-old Shelton is playing in just his second Grand Slam tournament, while Paul had never been past Round 4. But here they are. Ready to represent the USA in the semifinals.

The pair have never faced each other on the ATP tour.

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Novak Djokovic vs. Andrey Rublev

While Shelton – Paul might be a surprise, Djokovic – Rublev certainly is not.

The Joker came into the 2023 AO, having already won the tournament a record nine times. He’s yet to be tested this year at Melbourne Park, but that could change against 6th-ranked Andrey Rublev.

The 25-year-old Russian will make his seventh QF appearance at a major in the last three years. He’s never reached the semis in a Grand Slam tournament.

These two have met three times before, with Rublev’s lone victory coming in Belgrade in 2022.

2023 Women’s Australian Open odds

Magda Linette vs. Karolina Pliskova

Two 30-year-olds ranked outside the top 30 will square off for a berth to the final four.

Karolina Pliskova and Magda Linette have a long history, dating back to 2012. The once world No. 1 Pliskova has dominated the rivalry 7-2 over the years.

Pliskova is a two-time Grand Slam finalist, most recently at Wimbledon in 2021. Linette’s best showing at a major was in ’21, when she reached the French semifinals.

Aryna Sabalenka vs. Donna Vekic

Aryna Sabalenka is still looking for her first finals appearance in her impressive young career.

The 5th-ranked Belarusian has been to the semis at a Slam three times (2 US Open, Wimbledon) and is making her quarters debut at the Aussie.

She’ll take on Croatia’s Donna Vekic, who has reached this stage just once before at the US Open in 2019.

This one is bound to be a battle, as the underdog Vekic has a 5-1 record against Sabalenka since 2016.