That's what's to be found as odds :
CLIJSTERS, Kim (BEL)3.00
HENIN-HARDENNE, Justine (BEL)3.75
SHARAPOVA, Maria (RUS)5.50
WILLIAMS, Venus (USA)7.00
WILLIAMS, Serena (USA)10.00
MAURESMO, Amelie (FRA)14.00
DAVENPORT, Lindsay (USA)17.00
KUZNETSOVA, Svetlana (RUS)31.00
MYSKINA, Anastasia (RUS)34.00
DEMENTIEVA, Elena (RUS)51.00
PIERCE, Mary (FRA)51.00
SCHNYDER, Patty (SUI)51.00
IVANOVIC, Ana (SCG)61.00
PENG, Shuai (CHN)61.00
PETROVA, Nadia (RUS)61.00
VAIDISOVA, Nicole (CZE)71.00
LI, Na (CHN)81.00
MOLIK, Alicia (AUS)101.00
HANTUCHOVA, Daniela (SVK)121.00
JANKOVIC, Jelena (SCG)121.00
CHAKVETADZE, Anna (RUS)126.00
ZVONAREVA, Vera (RUS)141.00
DECHY, Nathalie (FRA)151.00
GROENEFELD, Anna-Lena (GER)151.00
KARATANCHEVA, Sesil (BUL)151.00
As usual not a big surprise.
The two Belgians are overwhelming favourite.
Only Wimbledon was a big downer for the two Belgians.
Justine has won 4 out of her 6 tournaments. (What the hell happened in England, Justine ?)
Kim has won 5 out of her 11 tournaments (one out with injury).
Antwerp, Wimbledon and San Diego are the only tournaments that they didn't win (when one of them was present).
9 out of 12 is not all that bad.
Nobody comes close to those statistics.
They played 9 finals, they have won all of them.
They only left scraps for the other players (except Wimbledon). We will see if Myskina and Mauresmo are able to stop Kim and Justine in Canada.