Mexico Open at Vidanta odds 2022: Abraham Ancer commanding serious respect in his home country
Kevin C. Cox
After capping off 2021 with a maiden victory, Abraham Ancer was hoping to roll that momentum over into 2022. "Floodgates open" type stuff. That, unfortunately, has not been the case for the 31-year-old from Mexico.
In eight stroke-play starts on the PGA Tour in 2022, Ancer has no top 10s, with a high finish of T-33 at the Players. He did manage to make the quarterfinals stage of the WGC-Match Play in his current home state of Texas, which is the lone bright spot on an otherwise pedestrian resume this year.
This week, Ancer gets to play in his home country, Mexico, for the Mexico Open at Vidanta. It will be his first start since the Masters, where he missed the cut just one week after withdrawing from the Valero Texas Open. He did not cite a specific reason, though he did say he was looking forward to "getting healthy."
All signs point to Ancer being back at full health this week, and his odds reflect that. He's among the betting favorites and can be found anywhere from 12-1 to 25-1 to win outright.
Here are the consensus odds for every player in the field in Mexico: