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Tennis Betting Preview with 2018 Australian Open Odds & Tips

January is a big month in the tennis betting calendar, bringing as it does the first Grand Slam event of the year in the Australian Open which runs from the 15th - 28th January.

Australian Open Betting Guide

As with any Grand Slam event, the Australian Open 2018 will provide punters with a raft of betting opportunities and www.thebookiesoffers.co.uk is the place to find all the very best and latest sign-up Australian Open betting offers and tasty bonuses for the tournament.

Both the men’s and women’s events at this year’s Australian Open look potentially wide open, with doubts of one form or another over all of the established order but, with no obvious name from the younger generation yet looking ready to step-up and dominate the game.  

So, who will win the Australian Open 2018?

The main man to watch at Australian Open 2018 could well be Novak Djokovic.  The Serb had a disastrous 2017 by his own high standards but, after taking a prolonged break from the game to recover from an elbow injury over the latter half of last year, one would suspect that he is raring to go again and he could be the pick of the Australian Open tips at tempting odds.  If fit and determined, he will certainly take some beating.

Betting for the men’s event is very tight, with the Australian Open odds having Roger Federer as favourite just ahead of Rafael Nadal and Djokovic.  

Andy Murray was only slightly bigger odds, but a recurrence of his hip problem has seen him on the drift.  In reality, there are perhaps a dozen or more players who will fancy their chances this year.

In the Australian Open 2017 final, Roger Federer beat Rafael Nadal in five sets to win his fifth Australian Open title. It set the tone for the rest of the year, with Federer and Nadal sharing the four Grand Slam titles between them as they saw about a renaissance to the days when they were the dominant duo in the world game.  

This year’s Australian Open odds would suggest that a repeat of that final is certainly not out of the question.

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