Australian Open Tennis Betting Tips

Australian Open Tennis Betting Tips

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The Australian Open is one of the major tennis tournaments and this Grand Slam tennis event is the first to take place in a calendar year, with the action taking place on a hard-court surface in Melbourne.

Betting on the Australian Open is very popular although those betting customers based in the UK and Europe have to contend with the time difference due to the fact that Australia is situated on the other side of the world.

Nevertheless, the fact that several online bookmakers now offer In-Play betting and live streaming for the Australian Open tennis means that this is among the most popular tennis tournaments when it comes to betting.

How to bet and win on the Australian Open

It’s worth bearing in mind that every bookmaker includes a margin when it comes to their Australian Open tennis betting markets. However, each bookie will be competing against each other to offer the most attractive prices and that is sometimes where customers can get the best tennis odds.

In order to stand the best chance of making a profit on the Australian Open, we recommend choosing the pre-match betting service and selecting tennis markets that you understand. There are often handy explanations to different bet types at SportsGambler.com and this will help you make informed decisions.

While there are a wide range of In-Play betting opportunities on Australian Open tennis, we recommend that you treat these as entertainment markets. Don’t be tempted to bet on the outcome of every point but instead put the real betting focus on match markets and the ability to predict the correct set score for each match.

The history of Australian Open tennis

The first ever Australian Open winner was Rodney Heath in 1905, although the championship was originally classed as the Australasian Championships until it got renamed in 1927 to the Australian Championships.

The men’s singles tournament was dominated by Australian winners until the mid 1970’s, with Rod Laver, Ken Rosewall and Roy Emerson particularly prominent. However, this decade saw Americans break through on their favoured surface and this included Arthur Ashe and Jimmy Connors, although there was a period of Swedish dominance between 1983-1988 which saw Mats Wilander and Stefan Edberg claim all five titles.

The Australian Open tennis is a tournament where Andre Agassi achieved a lot of success and the American managed to win four times at Flushing Meadows, while Novak Djokovic has been dominant in more recent times with no less than six titles in Melbourne.

The great Roger Federer has won five Australian Open titles and the latest of these came in 2017 after an epic final against Rafael Nadal, with the Spaniard and Andy Murray having to make do with runners-up spots aside from 2009 when Nadal claimed the title.

Serena Williams can lay claim to seven Australian Open titles, with the American enjoying the hard court surface, although Victoria Azarenka was able to triumph in 2012 and 2013. Other multiple winners include Martina Hingis and Jennifer Capriati, while other dominant forces of recent times include Martina Navratilova, Steffi Graf and Monica Seles.

The Australian Open is one of the major tennis tournaments and this Grand Slam tennis event is the first to take place in a calendar year, with the action taking place on a hard-court surface in Melbourne.

Betting on the Australian Open is very popular although those betting customers based in the UK and Europe have to contend with the time difference due to the fact that Australia is situated on the other side of the world.

Nevertheless, the fact that several online bookmakers now offer In-Play betting and live streaming for the Australian Open tennis means that this is among the most popular tennis tournaments when it comes to betting.

How to bet and win on the Australian Open

It’s worth bearing in mind that every bookmaker includes a margin when it comes to their Australian Open tennis betting markets. However, each bookie will be competing against each other to offer the most attractive prices and that is sometimes where customers can get the best tennis odds.

In order to stand the best chance of making a profit on the Australian Open, we recommend choosing the pre-match betting service and selecting tennis markets that you understand. There are often handy explanations to different bet types at SportsGambler.com and this will help you make informed decisions.

While there are a wide range of In-Play betting opportunities on Australian Open tennis, we recommend that you treat these as entertainment markets. Don’t be tempted to bet on the outcome of every point but instead put the real betting focus on match markets and the ability to predict the correct set score for each match.

The history of Australian Open tennis

The first ever Australian Open winner was Rodney Heath in 1905, although the championship was originally classed as the Australasian Championships until it got renamed in 1927 to the Australian Championships.

The men’s singles tournament was dominated by Australian winners until the mid 1970’s, with Rod Laver, Ken Rosewall and Roy Emerson particularly prominent. However, this decade saw Americans break through on their favoured surface and this included Arthur Ashe and Jimmy Connors, although there was a period of Swedish dominance between 1983-1988 which saw Mats Wilander and Stefan Edberg claim all five titles.

The Australian Open tennis is a tournament where Andre Agassi achieved a lot of success and the American managed to win four times at Flushing Meadows, while Novak Djokovic has been dominant in more recent times with no less than six titles in Melbourne.

The great Roger Federer has won five Australian Open titles and the latest of these came in 2017 after an epic final against Rafael Nadal, with the Spaniard and Andy Murray having to make do with runners-up spots aside from 2009 when Nadal claimed the title.

Serena Williams can lay claim to seven Australian Open titles, with the American enjoying the hard court surface, although Victoria Azarenka was able to triumph in 2012 and 2013. Other multiple winners include Martina Hingis and Jennifer Capriati, while other dominant forces of recent times include Martina Navratilova, Steffi Graf and Monica Seles.