Tennis: Indian Wells Odds, Prediction (October 7)

  • Emma Raducanu returns to the court for the first time since stunning US Open success last month
  • Indian Wells often considered to be the fifth major of the season

Huge tennis action will be taking place in the United States over the next two weeks, as Indian Wells, or the BNP Paribas Open, is staged in California. Below, we will give tips for both the men’s and women’s events.

Indian Wells Tennis 2021 Tournament


  • When: Thursday, 7th October – Sunday, 17th October (2021)
  • Where: Indian Wells, California
  • How To Watch: Tennis Channel

Men’s Indian Wells Vegas Odds & Prediction

ATP Indian Wells Betting Odds

PlayerVegas Odds
Daniil Medvedev+185
Alexander Zverev+500
Stefanos Tsitsipas+750
Andrey Rublev+1600
Matteo Berrettini+2500
Jannik Sinner+2800
Hubert Hurkacz+2800
Felix Auger Aliassime+2800
Casper Ruud+3300
Denis Shapovalov+3300
Diego Schwartzman+3300
Pablo Carreno-Busta+3300
Roberto Bautista-Agut+4000
Reilly Opelka+5000
Karen Khachanov+5000
John Isner+5000
Carlos Alcaraz+5000
Gael Monfils+6600
Alex de Minaur+6600
Andy Murray+6600
Sebastian Korda+6600
Aslan Karatsev+6600
Lloyd Harris+6600
Cameron Norrie+8000
Lorenzo Sonego+8000
Kei Nishikori+10000
Taylor Fritz+10000
Daniel Evans+10000
Jenson Brooksby+10000
Frances Tiafoe+10000
Grigor Dimitrov+10000
Brandon Nakashima+15000
Soonwoo Kwon+15000
Cristian Garin+15000
Alejandro Davidovich Fokina+15000
Nikoloz Basilashvili+15000
Filip Krajinovic+15000
Kevin Anderson+15000
Emil Ruusuvuori+15000
Vasek Pospisil+15000
Marcos Giron+15000
Marton Fucsovics+20000
Fabio Fognini+20000
Jan-Lennard Struff+20000
Holger Rune+20000
Alexei Popyrin+20000
Yoshihito Nishioka+20000
Lorenzo Musetti+20000
Mackenzie McDonald+20000
Steve Johnson+20000
Fiona Ferro+20000
Sorana Cirstea+20000


The men’s Indian Wells draw looks set to be a wide open contest, with Novak Djokovic already announcing that he will not be taking part in the competition. The Serb’s absence means that a number of players may be considered better chances now, which includes Andrey Rublev and Alexander Zverev. The other notable absentee from the men’s draw is the defending champion Dominic Thiem, who is suffering with a wrist injury. It will be a welcome sight to see this event back on the calendar, as it wasn’t competed last year.

Zverev could have an outstanding chance of winning the event this year, having been in career-best form throughout the season. The Olympic gold medallist has reached the latter stages of all Grand Slams this term, which includes a strong showing at the French Open, where he was eventually knocked out in the semi-finals.

However, our pick for the men’s event is Greek star Stefanos Tsitsipas. The 23-year-old reached the third round of the US Open last month, which was his best showing in an event. His best form has come on the clay, which was highlighted by his Monte-Carlo Masters title earlier in the season. However, he should go well at Indian Wells.

Free Pick:

  • Stefanos Tsitsipas

Women’s Indian Wells Vegas Odds & Prediction

WTA Indian Wells Betting Odds

PlayerVegas Odds
Emma Raducanu+800
Iga Swiatek+1200
Garbine Muguruza+1200
Barbora Krejcikova+1200
Karolina Pliskova+1400
Maria Sakkari+1600
Ons Jabeur+1600
Elena Rybakina+1800
Simona Halep+2000
Belinda Bencic+2000
Elina Svitolina+2200
Bianca Andreescu+2500
Leylah Fernandez+2500
Jessica Pegula+2500
Petra Kvitova+2800
Danielle Collins+2800
Paula Badosa+2800
Elise Mertens+3300
Angelique Kerber+3300
Victoria Azarenka+3300
Anett Kontaveit+3300
Coco Gauff+3300
Marketa Vondrousova+4000
Jil Teichmann+5000
Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova+5000
Camila Giorgi+6600
Sara Sorribes Tormo+8000
Jelena Ostapenko+8000
Daria Kasatkina+8000
Veronika Kudermetova+10000
Sloane Stephens+10000
Madison Keys+12500
Amanda Anisimova+12500
Tamara Zidansek+15000
Dayana Yastremska+15000
Liudmila Samsonova+15000
Ana Konjuh+15000
Alison Riske+15000
Yulia Putintseva+15000
Marta Kostyuk+15000
Caroline Garcia+15000
Nadia Podoroska+20000
Donna Vekic+20000
Ajla Tomljanovic+20000
Katerina Siniakova+20000
Shelby Rogers+20000
Tereza Martincova+20000
Petra Martic+20000
Magda Linette+20000
Kaia Kanepi+20000
Fiona Ferro+20000
Sorana Cirstea+20000


Bianca Andreescu is the defending champion in the women’s section of Indian Wells, and could be set to go well again this year. There are a number of big names missing from the women’s draw, including Serena Williams, Naomi Osaka and world number one Ashleigh Barty.

However, the biggest inclusion is Emma Raducanu, who has been handed a wildcard for this event. The British star became an overnight sensation just last month, as she became the first British female to win a Grand Slam since 1977. The win came just months after she reached the fourth round of Wimbledon, and was just her second appearance in a Grand Slam. She could be once again one to watch in this event.

It looks set to be an open competition, with Aryna Sabalenka withdrawing after testing positive for COVID-19. Elise Mertens could be set to go deep at Indian Wells, after winning the doubles championship back in 2019. Her form this season has been strong once again, winning the Australian Open and Wimbledon doubles titles. In singles, she recently reached the fourth round of the US Open, and could be a decent pick given her form on this surface back in singles competition.

Free Pick:

  • Elise Mertens
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