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Australian Open: What you need to know before betting!

>The Australian Open takes place from January the 16th to 29th, the first Grand Slam tournament of the season, and it promises beautiful things this year. Who to watch? Where to get the best odds? Whom should you bet on? Here, you will find out!

Australian Open 2017 : Will this end in a Murray Djokovic duel?

Andy Murray

Andy Murray

Now the world's No. 1 in the ATP rankings, the Briton has no intention of going to to Australia just to make up numbers. Murray has had an exceptional 2016 season, with a victory at Wimbledon as well as the London Masters. Murray is determined to win his first title in Melbourne and playing on hard surface, which he loves, there is no better setting. Murray to win outright has odds of 13/8.

Novak Djokovic

Novak Djokovic

Dethroned from the top spot in the ATP rankings and no longer world number 1, the last year has not been the Serbian’s best, but he can still be proud of and boast about having won 4 Masters 1000, Roland Garros and the Australian Open. Winner of 5 of the last 6 editions of this tournament, Nole seems unbeatable in Melbourne and will more than likely compete for the title with Andy Murray in the final. A win for the Serbian is proposed at odds of good odds of 11/8. We strongly urge you to take these odds.

The outsiders at Melbourne

Roger Federer

Roger Federer

Injured for most of last season, the legendary Swissman will arrive in Melbourne full of passion and energy and back to peak ability after having taken a few months to rest and recover, as well as to spend time with his family. Having already won it four times, Roger Federer could well be the eventual winner of this years Australian Open, with odds of (16!).

Rafael Nadal

Rafa Nadal

Rafa Nadal will be present in Melbourne in the hopes of getting his 2017 season off to a good start. Winner in 2009, the Spaniard knows the tournament very well and should not be under-estimated at all throughout the duration of the competition. His final victory is predicted with odds of 17.00.

Stan Wawrika

Stan Wawrinka

Awarded the title in 2014, Stan Wawrinka is also very familiar with the Australian Open. Very fond of the hard surface, on which he won Chennai, Dubai and the US Open last year, the world number 4 will pose a huge threat to all as he remains a safe candidate on which to bet. If you believe he will win outright, do not hesitate to place a bet with odds of 14.

Outright winner 2017: The best odds

  • Andy Murray: 13/8
  • Novak Djokovic: 11/8
  • Stan Wawrinka: 14
  • Roger Federer: 16
  • Rafael Nadal: 12
  • Milos Raonic: 18
  • Kei Nishikori: 25
  • Nick Kyrgios: 33
  • Tomas Berdych: 50
  • Dominic Thiem: 66
  • J.W Tsonga: 66

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