13 Nov Odds To Win 2019 Australian Open
In the dregs of January each calendar year, it can be difficult for bettors to discover some decent action to bet on but then along comes the tennis season and our wallets open up.
Tennis season is upon us for the 2019 Australian Open, which kicks off Monday at Melbourne Park, and Novak”The Joker” Djokovic is your favorite on the men’s side at +120 while Serena Williams is your fave for the women’s draw at +400.
Let’s take a look at the chances for both draws and explain why Djokovic and Williams are the favorites and if there’s worth on other contenders.With six names at Melbourne Park in his storied career, Novak Djokovic are the favorite coming into this tournament, particularly given the way he wrapped up the 2018 season. The Joker took Wimbledon and the U.S. Open titles annually and is part of the Big Three in men’s tennis with Roger Federer and Rafa Nadal.
Since 2010, only three players have won this championship with Djokovic claiming five titles, Federer carrying three and Stan Wawrinka being the outlier in 2014 when he mad Nadal. The reason Federer or Djokovic should be the main players to be considered just based on track record, this is. Djokovic looks to be fully recovered by the knee injury which plagued him last year after he got taken down in the fourth round by Chung Hyeon and in +120, his cost still provides decent value at this point because it will fall deeply once he makes the quarterfinals.
Federer has won this championship the past two years and in +500, it’s OK worth for a reigning champion, especially since he’s either won or left the semifinals at this tourney in every year as 2010. But Father Time is probably planning to catch up with the 37-year-old and I will probably steer clear of him and just bet him straight up to win the game when he’s the underdog in the semis and final.
I’d like to inform you that another player like Stan Wawrinka at +3300 has a shot to win but contrary to the likes of Djokovic and Federer, he’s a complete record of 8-40 SU in 48 career games. Don’t get cute — stick to the favorites.