Australian Open Betting Odds 2019

The 2019 Australian Open is set to take place beginning of January in Melbourne. The event has risen to be the second biggest tennis event in terms of audience. Also, it represents the beginning of the Grand Slam season. All top 102 women and 101 men have confirmed that they will be taking part, this according to the official Australian Open website. The tournament begins on the 14th and ends on the 27th of January. Just as other sports, top bookmakers will be providing players with best betting offers and great rewards on bets.

Read on for information, schedule on more on the 2019 Australian Open.

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Australian Open Overview

The Australian Open is one of the most exciting and hard-to-predict tournaments in the tennis calendar, and as already mentioned it is the first grand slam. More so, the event is paradise for the betting community as bettors from around the world place wagers on the matches. Australian Open has 254 matches across men and women’s draws alone. Punters can wager on individual matches and pre-tournament future odds at the best USA sportsbook online.

The Format for the Tournament

The 2019 Australian Open will mark as the 107 tournament since it was first played in 1905. Similar to other tennis events, players compete in women and men’s singles draw in a knockout format. Qualifying to partake in the matches usually take place a week prior to the event.  The form has to have at least 96 players that qualify based on their nationality, ranking or by winning feeder events. The main draw consists of 16 players of each sex; totalling to 32 ranked players.

The prize package is an excessive $39 million (AU$55M). Each player winning the singles gets around $2845148 (AU$4,000,000) and runner ups receiving $1.4M (AU$2M).

Previous Winners for Australian Open

Statistic Player Country Number Year(s)
Men’s Titles Novak Djokovic / Roger Federer Serbia / Switzerland 6 2008, 2011-13, 2015-16 / 2004, 2007, 2010, 2017-18
Men’s Consecutive Titles Novak Djokovic Serbia 3 2011-13
Women’s Titles Serena Williams USA 7 2003, 2005, 2007, 2009, 2010, 2015, 2017
Women’s Consecutive Titles Multiple Including Graf, Seles & Hingis 3 1997-99 (Hingis, last player)
Men’s Doubles Titles Bob & Mike Bryan USA 6 2006-07, 2009-11, 2013
Men’s Doubles Consecutive Titles Bob & Mike Bryan USA 3 2009-11
Women’s Doubles Titles Martina Navratilova USA (Czech) 8 1980, 1982-85, 1987-89
Women’s Doubles Consecutive Titles Martina Navratilova / Pam Shriver USA (Czech) / USA 7 1982-89 (Not held in 1986)
Mixed Doubles Titles Pugh / Paes / Nestor USA / India / Canada 3
Men’s Youngest Winner Mats Wilander Sweden 19yrs 3m 1983
Women’s Youngest Winner Martina Hingis Switzerland 16yrs 4m 1997
Men’s Oldest Winner Ken Rosewall Australia 37y 2m 1972
Women’s Oldest Winner Serena Williams USA 33yrs 4m
Last Men’s Winner Roger Federer Switzerland 2018
Last Women’s Winner Caroline Wozniacki Denmark 2018
Last Men’s Doubles Winner Oliver Marach / Mate Pavić Austria / Croatia 2018
Last Women’s Doubles Winner Tímea Babos / Kristina Mladenovic Hungary / France 2018
Last Mixed Doubles Winner Mate Pavić / Gabriela Dabrowski Croatia / Canada 2018

Australian Open Odds for 2019

Top ranked tennis players will be competing at Australian Open 2019. This includes the likes of:

  • Simona Halep (ROU)
  • Novak Djokovic (SRB)
  • Serena Williams (USA)
  • Rafael Nadal (ESP)
  • Roger Federer (SUI)
  • Andy Murray (GBR)
  • Timea Bacsinszky (SUI)
  • Laura Siegemund (GER)
  • Bethanie Mattek-Sands (USA)
  • Andy Murray (GBR)
  • Janko Tipsarevic (SRB)
  • Steve Darcis (BEL)
  • Ashleigh Barty (AU)
  • Alex de Minaur (AU)

The 2019 Australian Open Schedule

Date Round / Match
Monday – 14 Jan First Round
Tuesday – 15 Jan First Round
Wednesday – 16 Jan Second Round
Thursday – 17 Jan Second Round
Friday – 18 Jan Third Round
Saturday – 19 Jan Third Round
Sunday – 20 Jan Fourth Round
Monday – 21 Jan Fourth Round
Tuesday – 22 Jan Quarter Finals
Wednesday – 23 Jan Quarter Finals
Thursday – 24 Jan Women’s Semi Finals
Friday – 25 Jan Men’s Semi Finals
Saturday – 26 Jan Ladies Final
Sunday  – 27 Jan Men’s Final

Australian Open History

Country City Number of Times Hosted
Australia Melbourne 56
Australia Sydney 17
Australia Adelaide 14
Australia Brisbane 7
Australia Perth 3
New Zealand Christchurch Once (1906)
New Zealand Hastings Once (1912)

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