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Australian Open 2023

January 16th to 29th, 2023
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Australian Open 2022 – Overview

On January 17, 2022, the 109th Australian Open tennis tournament will kick off at the John Cain Arena, in Melbourne, Australia. The Australian Open is the first of the four Grand Slam tennis tournaments and sets the tone for the entire tennis season.

Many times, the Australian Open has been played close to the Christmas holidays, which has been scrutinized by players for a number of years. As of late, the tournament has been bumped to January, making it a little less of a conflict with the holiday season.

The Australian Open is the hardest tournament to handicap, as there have been many upsets over the years, you never really know if an unsuspecting player will come out of the gate or if a favorite will flop.

The tournament has been played since 1905, but due to difficulties in traveling to Australia in the early 1900’s, the tournament really didn’t take off and become the prestigious tournament it is today until the 1980’s.

Originally, the Australian Open was always played on a grass court and has changed several times over the years to hard court, to rubber, and finally landed on acrylic-based material in 2008. In 2020, GreenSet was the material of choice, which is an acrylic hard court surface with silica on top of a concrete base.

The Men’s Singles category plays best of five sets and features 128 competitors. The Women’s Singles, Men’s Doubles, Women’s Singles, and Mixed Doubles all play best-of-three sets, with the women’s singles featuring 128 competitors, Men’s and Women’s Doubles featuring 64 teams, and the Mixed Doubles featuring 32 teams.

Past Australian Open Singles Champions

Novak Djokovic 2021 Naomi Osaka 2021
Novak Djokovic 2020 Sofia Kenin 2020
Novak Djokovic 2019 Naomi Osaka 2019
Roger Federer 2018 Caroline Wozniacki 2018
Roger Federer 2017 Serena Williams 2017
Novak Djokovic 2016 Angelique Kerber 2016
Novak Djokovic 2015 Serena Williams 2015
Stan Wawrinka 2014 Li Na 2014
Novak Djokovic 2013 Victoria Azarenka 2013
Novak Djokovic 2012 Victoria Azarenka 2012
Novak Djokovic 2011 Kim Clijsters 2011

Past Australian Open Doubles Champions

Filip Polasek & Ivan Dodig 2021 Elise Mertens & Aryna Sabalenka 2021
Rajeev Ram & Joe Salisbury 2020 Timea Babos & Kristina Mladenovic 2020
Pierre-Hugues Herbert & Nicolas Mahut 2019 Samantha Stosur & Zhang Shuai 2019
Oliver Marach & Mate Pavic 2018 Timea Babos & Kristina Mladenovic 2018
Henri Kontinen & John Peers 2017 Bethanie Mattek-Sands & Lucie Safarova 2017
Jamie Murray & Bruno Soares 2016 Martina Hingis & Sania Mirza 2016
Simone Bolelli & Fabio Fognini 2015 Bethanie Mattek-Sands & Lucie Safarova 2015
Lukasz Kubot & Robert Lindstedt 2014 Sara Errani & Roberta Vinci 2014
Mike Bryan & Bob Bryan 2013 Sara Errani & Roberta Vinci 2013
Leander Paes & Radek Stepanek 2012 Svetlana Kuznetsova & Vere Zvonareva 2012
Mike Bryan & Bob Bryan 2011 Gisela Dulko & Flavia Pennetta 2011

Past Australian Open Mixed Doubles Champions

Barbora Krejcikova & Rajeev Ram 2021
Barbora Krejcikova & Nikola Mektic 2020
Barbora Krejcikova & Rajeev Ram 2019
Gabriela Dabrowski & Mate Pavic 2018
Abigail Spears & Juan Sebastian Cabal 2017
Elena Vesnina & Bruno Soares 2016
Martina Hingis & Leander Paes 2015
Kristina Mladenovic & Daniel Nestor 2014
Jarmila Gajdosova & Matthew Ebden 2013
Bethanie Mattek-Sands & Horia Tecau 2012
Katarina Srebotnik & Daniel Nestor 2011

Australian Open Betting Strategy

Since the Australian Open is the first major tournament of the season, players only have a short amount of time to train and prepare for the new and upcoming season. Another factor we like to keep in mind is that it is very warm in Australia during this time of year and can reach high temperatures – which can ultimately test the player’s abilities under heat warnings.

Reviewing past performances by players and how they handle themselves on hardcourts will be a huge help to your Australian Open betting strategy. Many players like Novak Djokovic thrive on a hard court and determining how a player may react to a faster style of play will help you choose the right Australian Open odds to bet on.

The seeding will also play a part in how the tournament pans out. It’s a long tournament, and the road to the Championship can be long if a player has a difficult schedule. If players are seeded high, they will be playing against lower-ranked players, which might help their chances of making it to the finals.

Also, history usually repeats itself. Novak Djokovic has won seven championships in the last decade, and he has proven he is a force on the hardcourt. He will almost always enter the Australian Open high on the odds board.

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Learn How to Bet on the Australian Open

The 2022 Australian Open will be here before you know it, and so will the Australian Open sports betting opportunities. The Australian Open is played in late December and early January each year, close to the Christmas holiday which can tend to be scrutinized by the players.

First, let’s look at how to bet on the 2022 Australian Open, and go over a few of the popular betting types and options available.

Australian Open Moneyline Betting

The moneyline wager is the most simple bet you can place at the Australian Open. The tournament consists of singles and doubles and allows for plenty of betting opportunities during the event.

All you have to do for a moneyline wager is bet is choose which player will win the match. It’s as simple as that!

If you have Djokovic vs Medvedev playing each other, and we like Djokovic to win the Men’s Singles category, you might see odds that look like this:

Novak Djokovic -110
Danill Medvedev +200

In this instance, Djokovic is the favorite, and Medvedev is the underdog. Based on the odds, you can win $100 on a $110 wager on Djokovic, or if you liked Medvedev, a $100 wager on him would pay out $200 plus your initial stake.

Australian Open Spread Betting

Point spreads are another great option for betting on tennis and the Australian Open. It provides a bit of margin for error, as you don’t have to pick the outright winner of the match, but you are still betting on a certain outcome to occur. Our oddsmakers will set the lines and decide a certain point spread – but with tennis, it’s a little bit different: you’re betting on the sets within a match.

If the spread is set at 2.5, that means you would be betting on how many sets a player will win. So, if Djokovic is favored and the spread is 2.5, he will need to win the match by three sets for that bet to cash. In the case of the underdog, Medvedev, he will need to win the match or lose by less than two sets.

Australian Open Totals Betting

If you aren’t overly familiar with the players in the match, or if you are new to betting on tennis, totals are great options as it’s another one where you don’t have to actually predict the winner of the match or by how much they may win.

Betting the totals at the Australian Open means you are betting on the total number of games within the match. Our oddsmakers will set a line based on how long the game is predicted to last, and you will decide if you think the number of games will be over or under the oddsmaker’s line.

If the line is set at 16, you will need to decide if the game will be less than 15 games for the under or more than 17 for the over. It’s quite simple!

Australian Open Prop Betting

The Australian Open will have plenty of prop bets available, including player props, country props, and fun instances that might occur in the tournament. You can find some of the types above, including moneyline or totals options as prop bets. You could bet on an over/under on how many points a player might score during the duration of the tournament, or how many service breaks or aces during the Australian Open.

Australian Open Futures

Futures are wagers that you will place that will happen weeks or months in advance. You can bet on the winner of the 2022 Australian Open before the event starts, and you could take advantage of some great odds where you could win some great money if you correctly predict who will win the 2022 Australian Open.

Once we know the competitors who are in the tournament, odds will be released and you can bet on the winner of each category – men’s singles, women’s singles, men’s doubles, women’s doubles and mixed doubles.

As soon as the 2022 Australian Open odds are available, we will post them and you can start putting this new betting knowledge to good use!

Frequently Asked Questions

What Is the Australian Open Tennis?

The Australian Open is the first of the four major tournaments in the Grand Slam tournament series. The tournament is played in late December each year and sets the tone for the upcoming tennis season.

When is the Australian Open 2022 Tennis Played?

Usually, the 2022 Australian Open is played in late December and early January each year. The dates for the 2022 Australian Open are a bit later than usual, being played from January 17th to 30th, 2022.

Who is the favorite to Win 2022 Australian Open Tennis Men's Championship?

The 2022 Australian Open will be here before you know it, and so will the odds to win the 2022 Australian Open Men’s Singles. Currently, Novak Djokovic is the favorite to win the 2022 tournament and likely will remain at the top of the board throughout the tournament.

Who is the favorite to Win 2022 Australian Open Tennis Women's Championship?

The 2022 Australian Open will be here soon and the odds will continually update until the event starts. Currently, Naomi Osaka is favored to win the 2022 Australian Open Women’s singles, and likely will continue to be the favored player until we see her tournament play throughout the event.

How to read Australian Open Odds?

Australian Open odds are easy to read, depending on which odds format you choose to view your odds in. American odds are most common in the United States and can show you what you might win on a $100 wager or how much you need to bet to win $100. If you’re using Decimal or Fractional, those could be a bit more complicated, and you will need to review our sports betting guide page.

Is Betting on the Australian Open 2022 Legal?

Yes, betting on the 2022 Australian Open is completely legal as long as sports betting is legalized in your state. You can bet on the Australian Open conveniently from the comfort of your own home, as long as you have an internet connection.

Where can I bet on the Australian Open Tournament?

You can bet on the Australian Open at BetUS Sportsbook. There are plenty of Australian Open odds available and you can place wagers simply and easily online at the sportsbook. We have frequent promotions and a loyalty program that will allow you to maximize your betting dollars.

Why is BetUS a good option to bet on Australian Open Odds Online?

BetUS is an excellent option for sports bettors to use for betting on the Australian Open. You can find updated Australian Open odds, promotions, bonuses, plenty of deposit options, and more.

How to Bet on The Australian Open Tennis 2022 Tournament?

You can bet on any of the odds for the 2022 Australian Open tournament, and it’s easy to get started once you set up your sportsbook account. We have an extensive how-to bet on the Australian Open guide you can browse if you are looking for in-depth examples.

How do Tennis Odds work?

Tennis odds are simple and easy to understand. There aren’t as many options as you’d find for Football or Basketball but there are some great options as well as props and futures.

Is there any betting strategy to use for Australian open 2022?

As the Australian Open is the first major of the season it can be hard to handicap this event as it sets the tone for the rest of the season. It can be the most difficult major to predict but as long as you understand the court and do plenty of player research, you should make some money.

Who are the previous Australian open Champions?

Novak Djokovic is the 2021 Australian Open Championship winner and has been for the past three championships. Roger Federer won the Australian Open in 2017 and 2018 and the two years prior to that Djokovic was again the winner of the tournament.