Top tennis players gather this week to play at the prestigious Australian Open, rising bettors hopes for massive cash wins.
Online sportsbooks in Australia offer attractive bets related to the world famous tennis tournament, which give punters the opportunity to bet high on their preferred players.
Ten important statistics stand out of the numerous betting offers suggesting tempting winnings. All sports betting houses may consider themselves lucky as Australian gambling laws are relatively favorable for them.
Rafael Nadal, World No.1, who won ten tour titles last season, is 3.90 to win the title. He will play against Bernard Tomic, World No. 52, in the first round today. The Spanish player is 1.57 to repeat his achievement against Nadal in 2011.
Novak Djokovic, World No. 2 and everyone’s favorite, won the past three Australian Opens and is 1.80 to win his fifth Aussie title. He won four consecutive titles last year and is 1.33 to reach further stages than Nadal.
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David Ferrer, World No. 3, hasn’t still won a Grand Slam tournament and is 80.00 to win the title.
Andy Murray, World No. 4, lost three of the last four Australian Open finals, and is 10.00 to win this year. He is 1.25 to win in three sets against Go Soeda, World No. 112, in the first round. Murray is also 1.48 to advance further than Juan Martin del Potro, World No.5.
Roger Federer is 20.00 to win the tournament after losing the last three semi-finals in Melbourne. Jo-Wilfried Tsonga is 50.00 to win, after losing his only Grand Slam final to Djokovic in 2008.