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Men's Australian Open 2021 Betting Tips - Can Djokovic make it eight of the best?

Is there anyone capable of stopping Novak in Melbourne?
Novak Djokovic
Will Djokovic be doing this for an eighth time in 2021? (Getty Images)

Men's Australian Open 2021 Betting Tips

In one of the least shocking Australian Opens in recent history, Novak Djokovic took out a record seventh title at Melbourne Park. 

His opponent Dominic Thiem pushed the Serb to a fifth set in the final but the world number 1 managed to pull victory out of the jaws of defeat to deliver a stunning success down under.

Will it be more of the same in 2021 or can a new contender emerge?

Men's Australian Open 2021 Betting Odds

Novak Djokovic$2.10
Rafael Nadal$6
Dominic Thiem$8
Danill Medvedev$9
Roger Federer$9
Stefanos Tsitipas$11
Alexander Zverev$12
Nick Kyrgios$21

Odds provided by BetEasy and were correct on February 3, 2020 at 5pm AEDT 

Men's Australian Open 2021 Best Bet - Novak Djokovic 

How can you bet against the best player ever to take to Rod Laver Arena?

Even in the final against Dominic Thiem when he was down two sets to one there was an air of invincibility about Djokovic that a final push was coming. Novak delivered the killer blows when he needed to and looked every bit of the seven-time Australian Open champion that he is.

Can anything stop Novak from winning an eighth title? We think only injury can stop the great man heading into 2021.

Men's Australian Open 2021 Value Bet - Nick Kyrgios

Kyrgios cut a much more mature figure at the 2020 Australian Open and was unlucky he ran into Rafael Nadal in the fourth round. Even though he was beaten by Rafa, NK was far from disgraced, taking the former world number 1 into a fourth set.

There's no doubting Kyrgios' ability as a player, it's the mental side of the game that has eluded him at key moments in grand slams. We think he displayed a lot in 2020 and 12 months on the tour will work wonders for him.

The Aussie represents great value to take out the 2021 Australian Open.

2021 Australian Open FAQ

When is the 2021 Australian Open?

The 2021 Australian Open is set to begin in middle to late January and conclude in the first week of February. 

When is the 2021 Australian Open final?

The 2021 Australian Open final will be held in early February.

Where is the 2021 Australian Open?

Melbourne Park hosts the Australian Open, which is located in Melbourne, the capital city of Victoria.

Where is the Australian Open final held?

Rod Laver Arena hosts the 2021 men's Australian Open final, which is held on the first Sunday of February. 

Who won the 2020 Australian Open?

Novak Djokovic won the 2020 Australian Open.

How much money does the Australian Open winner get?

The winner of the Australian Open pockets $4.1 million.


If he shows up to the Australian Open in peak fitness it's hard to see anyone beating Novak Djokovic.

Nick Kyrgios represents great value at his current quote and looks over the odds at his price.

Best Bet: Novak Djokovic To Win The Australian Open @2.10 at Sportsbet - 10 Units
Value Bet: Nick Kyrgios To Win The Australian Open @21.00 at Beteasy - 5 Units

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