Australian Open Odds
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The Australian Open is one of the four Grand Slam tournaments, the others being the French Open, Wimbledon, and the US Open.
The tournament is held in the last two weeks of January and features singles and doubles events for men and women, as well as mixed doubles and wheelchair events. It is considered one of the most prestigious tennis tournaments in the world, and is also known for its unique atmosphere and passionate fans.
Novak Djokovic was crowned the men's winner for the tenth time in 2023, while the women's trophy was won by Aryna Sabalenka who claimed her first Grand Slam singles title.
Australian Open Odds 2024
Australian Open Men's Winner Odds
After missing out completely in 2022, Novak Djokovic returned to the Australian Open in 2023 to win the tournament for a record-breaking tenth time in his career.
The Serbian has now triumphed in each of his last four visits and has been installed as the early favourite to win yet again in 2024.
Carlos Alcaraz, Daniil Medvedev, Rafael Nadal, and 2023 finalist Stefanos Tsitsipas all follow in the betting.
Australian Open Women's Winner Odds
After winning two Grand Slam titles in 2022, Iga Swiatek topped the ante-post betting at the 2023 Australian Open, only to fall in the fourth round in Melbourne.
Looking ahead to 2024 and the Polish player is once again favoured by bookmakers, ahead of 2023 winner Aryna Sabalenka and 2023 runner-up Elena Rybakina.
Australian Open Betting Tips
Our experts will scour the form and past Australian Open performances to provide the very best free Australian Open tips.
Played at the beginning of the year, there's very little in the way of recent form to look at so it's a major tournament that can spring some surprises at bigger prices. We'll have our free predictions available the week before the tournament for both the Men's and Women's outrights plus daily match betting.
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Reasons to place a bet on the Australian Open
- As it's the first major event of the tennis season, it can provide early insight into the form of the top players.
- As well as the tournament winner market there are also individual matches you can bet on and many other markets
- As it one of the four Grand Slam events it attracts a lot of attention and betting action, which can make it difficult to find value in the odds.
- The weather can get exceptionally hot in Australia at that time of year and has forced players to retire in the past
- As with any form of gambling, there is always the risk of losing money when betting, only stake what you are prepared to lose
Frequently asked questions when betting on the Australian Open tennis
When is the Australian Open tennis played?
The Australian Open is a major tennis tournament held every year at Melbourne Park in mid-to-late January: the 2024 tournament will be played from 15 to 28 January 2024.
Like most tennis tournaments, the Australian Open is contested over a two-week period and is played outside on a hard court surface.
While January may be the depth of winter in the UK, it is mid-summer in Australia, meaning temperatures can often soar to as high as 30 degrees.
Is there a betting angle for the Australian Open?
There is plenty to bet on when it comes to the Australian Open, from placing ante-post bets on who will win the whole tournament before the competition kicks off, to individual match betting; rest assured that there will be an array of Australian Open odds and tips available both before it starts and throughout.
With the Australian Open being played right at the beginning of the calendar year, there are fewer warm-up tournaments than the other major championships and the tournament can throw up the odd surprise. The form book essentially gets thrown out the window which means there is often scope for a bigger-priced winner, so backing an outsider could be viewed as a shrewd move.
Who has won the Australian Open tennis the most times?
On the men's side, Novak Djokovic is the most successful men's player in Australian Open history. The Serbian has won the tournament a whopping 10 times, with his first triumph coming 15 years ago in 2008 and most recent in 2023.
Djokovic won the Australian Open three consecutive times between 2011-2013, then delivered another three-peat between 2019 and 2021.
Margaret Smith Court is both the women's and all-time Australian Open record-holder with 11 titles on her CV.
Who won the Australian Open in 2023
Novak Djokovic defeated Stefanos Tsitsipas to win on the men's side, while Aryna Sabalenka recovered from a set down to overcome Elena Rybakina in the women's final.
Who is the favourite to win the 2024 Australian Open?
Novak Djokovic was installed as the odds-on favourite to win the men's title, and Iga Swiatek has early favouritism with bookmakers' on the women's side.
Where can I watch the Australian Open in the UK?
Coverage can be viewed on Eurosport 1 & 2 and some bookmaker websites. You can also view it if you subscribe to Discovery+, available standalone or via Amazon Prime for a monthly subscription.
How hot can it get on court during the day?
The weather at the Australian Open is usually anywhere between 16 to 27 degrees Celsius but it has been known to reach 40 degrees (that's about 104 Fahrenheit).
What's the longest match recorded at the Australian Open?
Back in 2012, a match between Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic lasted for five hours and 53 minutes.
What is the prize money for the Australian Open?
From the £44m prize fund on offer, the winner of each singles title can walk away with a cool £1.7m, or get £933,500 for reaching the final
How many ranking points does the winner of the Australian Open receive?
Winners of each title (singles and doubles) will for the 2024 Australian Open receive 2000 ranking points reach,