2021 Australian Open Tennis Expert Tips & Betting Advice

The 2021 Australian Open is the first grand slam tennis tournament of the calendar year.

Held at Melbourne Park in Victoria, Australia, the Open sees the best players from around the world take to the hard court in search of grand slam glory.

2021 Australian Open Tennis Betting Tips


Check below for the latest news, betting tips and match previews from the 2021 Australian Open.
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2021 Men's Australian Open Tennis Betting Odds


Player
Odds
Novak Djokovic$2.10
Rafael Nadal$7
Roger Federer$7
Daniil Medvedev$8
Dominic Thiem$8.50
Stefanos Tsitipas$13
Nick Kyrgios$23
Alexander Zverev$23

Others quoted at Sportsbet. Odds displayed were correct on February 13 at 12pm AEDT

2021 Women's Australian Open Tennis Betting Odds


PlayerOdds
Ash Barty$9
Bianca Andreescu$9
Serena Williams$9
Aryna Sabalenka$10
Naomi Osaka$10
Garbine Muguruza$12
Simona Halep$12
Sofia Kenin$12

Others quoted at Sportsbet. Odds displayed were correct on 
February 3 at 12pm AEDT

Australian Open Tennis History 


The Australian Open was first played in 1905 at the Warehouseman's Cricket Ground in Melbourne, a facility now known as the Albert Reserve Tennis Centre. 

The tournament was originally known as the Australasian Championships but was not chosen as a major championship until 1924. The Australasian Championships became the Australian Championships in 1927 and the Australian Open in 1969. 

The Australian Open has been staged in five Australian and two New Zealand cities: Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide, Brisbane, Perth, Christchurch and Hastings before permanently moving to Melbourne in 1972 because it attracted the most spectators.

The Australian Open was contested at the Kooyong Lawn Tennis Club in Melbourne from 1972. Following the 1983 Australian Open, the International Tennis Federation urged the Lawn Tennis Association of Australia to move the tournament because Kooyong was too small to host such a big event.

Now held at Melbourne Park, the Australian Open is one of the most popular tournaments on the ATP Tour.

2020 Australian Open Tennis Singles Prize Money Breakdown


The winners of the men's and women's singles tournaments at the 2020 Australian Open will each earn AU$4,120,000. Losing in the first round will earn each player $90,000.

2020 Australian OpenSinglesDoublesMixed Doubles
Winner$4,120,000$760,000$190,000
Runner-up$2,065,000$380,000$100,000
SF$1,040,000$200,000$50,000
QF$525,500$110,000$24,000
Round of 16$300,000$62,000$12,000
Round of 32$180,000$38,000$6,250
Round of 64$128,000$25,000N/A
Round of 128$90,000N/AN/A
Q3$50,000N/AN/A
Q2$32,500N/AN/A
Q1$20,000N/AN/A

2020 Australian Open Tennis Fixture


The 2020 Australian Open will start on Monday 20 January and ends with the men's singles final on Sunday 2 February 2020. 

Australian Open Tennis Bet of the Day


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Australian Open Tennis News


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Australian Open Tennis Social Media


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Australian Open Tennis FAQ

When is the 2021 Australian Open?

The 2020 Australian Open starts on Monday, January 24 and runs for two weeks, concluding on February 6.

Where is the Australian Open played?

The Australian Open is played every year at Melbourne Park, which is located in Melbourne, Australia.

What surface is the Australian Open played on?

The Australian Open is played on hard court, one of only two grand slam majors to play on the surface.
The Australian Open is specifically played on plexicushion.

How much does the winner of the Australian Open get?

The winner of both the men's and women's Australian Open pocket $4.1 million.

Who won the 2020 Australian Open?

Novak Djokovic won the 2020 Australian Open on the men's side while Sofia Kenin took out the women's final.

How to live stream the 2020 Australian Open?

Visit our live streaming hub to get all the information on how you can watch the Australian Open alongside the other three major tournaments. 

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