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Tennis can be one of the most captivating sports at the Summer Olympics. With the top professionals from across the globe competing for a gold medal and a chance at a “golden slam,” Olympic years add another important week to the men’s and women’s tennis schedule.

With the men’s and women’s Olympic Gold and Bronze medal matches scheduled for Day 7 at Tokyo 2020, compelte tennis odds have been provided by Bovada for some final handicapping. Check below for the latest Olympic tennis odds and find out our best bets and values for the medalists.

The current odds are as of the men's and women's semi-final.

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Mens Olympic Tennis Odds: Gold Medal

Odds to win Gold in men’s Tennis
Khachanov, Karen+220
Zverev, Alexander-260

Odds as of July 30 at Bovada

Mens Olympic Tennis Odds: Bronze Medal

Odds to win Bronze in men’s Tennis
Carreno Busta, Pablo+456
Djokovic, Novak-576

Odds as of July 30 at Bovada

Men’s Olympic Tennis Odds Best Bet

Pablo Carreno Busta (+456 to win Bronze)

While Djokovic was a minus-money pick and the best player in the world, the value in the final days of Olympic tennis comes from betting on him to lose two matches in a row. Djokovic is the top-ranked player in tennis, playing some of the best matches of his career, but at -576 he's too heavily favored given the potential Olympic letdown.

After winning each of the first three Grand Slams of 2021, Djokovic's Olympic semi's loss prevents him from winning the rare golden slam. Carreno Busta has already taken out some of the top talent in the tournament, including Daniil Medvedev, and will position himself for another upset. Though Djokovic is rightfully the heavy favorite, Carreno Busta's implied probability of 17.99%, is just too low to pass up.

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Womens Olympic Tennis Odds: Gold Medal

Odds to win Gold in Women’s Tennis
Vondrousova, Marketa-134
Bencic, Belinda+114

Odds as of July 30 at Bovada

Womens Olympic Tennis Odds: Bronze Medal

Odds to win Bronze in Women’s Tennis
Svitolina, Elina+115
Rybakina, Elena-135

Odds as of July 30 at Bovada

Olympic Women’s Tennis Odds Best Bet

Belinda Bencic (+114 to win Gold)

Belinda Bencic has never made the final of a major tournament, with the US Open semifinal being her best Grand Slam finish. However, she's positioned herself to take home gold at Tokyo 2020.

Bencic is playing some of the best tennis of her career recently, reaching No. 4 in the world rankings in 2020, and sitting at No. 12 currently. In her last 24 matches, she's 17-7, better than her all-time 63% win-rate. Bencic has been pushed in her Olympic matches thus far, reaching a third set in three of her five Tokyo competitions, but has come out victorious every time. Facing a young and unproven Markéta Vondroušová, who is currently ranked 42nd in the world at age 22, the plus-money on Bencic is too good to pass up.

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