Australian Open Betting Tips

The Australian Open is the first grand slam of the tennis season, and it is a great betting opportunity. Scroll down to read the latest betting previews from our experts and make the most of the exclusive bookmakers offers for this event.



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Australian Open Betting Tips

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Stefanos Tsitsipas has always liked going to Australia, and in 2019 he beat Roger Federer in a big way, which was a real turning point for him.
Later that year, he made it to the semifinals. Since then, he has played in two more seasons and made it to the final four in both 2021 and 2022. Tsitsipas has also been in a Grand Slam final. He lost to Djokovic at Roland Garros in 2021, even though he was up two sets to none.

The 24-year-old always puts himself in great situations, but he still has to get through the hardest problem. Last year, he reached three Masters finals, where he placed second and won one on Cincinnati’s hardcourts. The Greenset surface and light Dunlop balls have sped up play since they were installed in preparation for the 2020 competition, and they will do the same today.

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Tsitsipas had a strong start to the year on the Green Set, going 4-0 in the United Cup and coming within one win of leading the Greece team to the championship match. He accomplished this feat by defeating Matteo Berrettini and Borna Coric. The draw seems to be very favorable. In contrast to Nadal or Medvedev, Djokovic is in the opposite section. Jannik Sinner and Felix Auger-Aliassime are both, but Tsitsipas has a 4-1 and 5-3 advantage in their head-to-head matches. Back Tsitsipas, who looks like a great value here.

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