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Australian Open Men Outrights

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Rot To Win Outright Australian Open Men 2023 Moneyline
1 Novak Djokovic     +160
2 Daniil Medvedev     +275
3 Rafael Nadal     +750
4 Alexander Zverev     +1400
5 Stefanos Tsitsipas     +1200
6 Dominic Thiem     +2000
7 Jannik Sinner     +1000
9 Carlos Alcaraz     +325
10 Andrey Rublev     +3300
11 Felix Auger Aliassime     +3300
12 Denis Shapovalov     +3300
13 Matteo Berrettini     +3300
14 Hubert Hurkacz     +5000
15 Casper Ruud     +1400
16 Andy Murray     +8000
17 Nick Kyrgios     +650
18 Alex De Minaur     +5000
19 Sebastian Korda     +6600
20 Cameron Norrie     +3300
21 Marin Cilic     +10000
22 Taylor Fritz     +2500
23 Aslan Karatsev     +10000
24 Frances Tiafoe     +3300
25 Karen Khachanov     +3300
26 Reilly Opelka     +10000
27 Gael Monfils     +12500
28 Pablo Carreno Busta     +5000
29 Grigor Dimitrov     +12500
30 Roberto Bautista Agut     +12500
31 Diego Schwartzman     +12500
32 Daniel Evans     +15000
33 John Isner     +15000
34 Lorenzo Sonego     +20000
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Australian Open Men Outrights

Overview

The Australian Open is one of the most prestigious tennis tournaments in the world and the first of three big events that make up the Grand Slam.

But not only is the Australian Open one of the most popular tennis tournaments among viewers, but it’s also a big hit in the tennis betting world, attracting thousands of people who bet on tennis each year.

Brief history

The Australian Open is an annual tennis tournament held at Melbourne Park in Melbourne, Australia, which was founded in 1905 as the Australian championship.

Since the inaugural event, the Australian Open grew to become one of the biggest sporting events in the Southern Hemisphere and is the highest-attended Grand Slam event of the four.

Before 1988, the Australian Open was played on grass courts but has since taken place on three types of hardcourt surfaces.

That includes the green Rebound Ace (to 2007), blue Plexicushion (2008-2019), and the Blue GreenSet introduced in 2020 that has been used ever since.

Which time of the year is the event?

The Australian Open is the first of the four Grand Slam events, traditionally held in January-February, preceding the French Open, Wimbledon, and the season-culminating U.S. Open.

How does the Australian Open Men Outrights Odds Works?

Betting on the Australian Open is fairly straightforward, especially for those who have bet on tennis before. However, even if you have yet to get into tennis betting, learning how to do it is a simple process.

Besides understanding the basics of sports betting, namely, what do the tennis odds mean and understanding the various bet types, the only thing that is required of you is to familiarize yourself with the players.

That mainly includes knowing where to find reliable data, stats, and information that will help you make smart betting picks.

Alternatively, you can follow online betting previews and see what betting experts have to say, but you have to make your own choices at the end of the day.

Finals

The Australian Open finals is, naturally, the most important match of the tournament, which attracts the most viewers and bettors who seek the final payout before the tournament ends.

Yet, it’s not the importance of the match that attracts the most bettors but the excellent betting promotions that sportsbooks offer on the Australian Open finals.

Often, the bookies will offer Australian Open odds boosts, special proposition bets, and other promotions that will make betting on the finals more enjoyable and potentially more profitable.

BetUS Offer

If you want to succeed in betting on tennis, you have to, first and foremost, find a sportsbook that can provide you with competitive betting odds and enough market depth, so you can wager at the best price and on anything you like. Fortunately, you don’t have to look far to find that.

BetUS is one of the world’s most trusted sportsbooks and a perfect betting site with everything you’ll ever need to bet on the Australian Open.

With some of the best odds in the business, every betting market, from match betting to prop bets and outrights, and excellent bonuses, BetUS is everything you would ever want in a tennis bookie and more!

Betting Strategy

No strategy guarantees you profits when you bet on tennis, but there are steps you can take to increase your chances of making your betting experience more lucrative.

The most important thing is to always bet with only the best tennis bookmakers that have competitive odds and enough betting markets.

Using a bookie that also has promotions and bonuses is always a plus, but you should always prioritize the quality of the odds.

A unique strategy that works for some bettors is betting with propositions. There are benefits to betting with props, mainly the bookie’s inability to properly price the markets, which results in generous odds.

Prop Bets

Tennis has one of the most robust propositions betting markets, which adds a bit more variety to your betting experience and offers an alternative way of approaching betting on tennis.

Every match can have hundreds of prop options, which can be as unusual as the bookmaker makes them up to be, so the selection of props you will have really comes down to how many the sportsbook you’re using is prepared to offer.

Still, there are a few props that are the most popular and most widely used by all bookmakers, including:

  • Number of Aces
  • Games Won
  • To Win From Behind
  • Total Breaks Of Serve
  • First Set Total Games
  • Total Double Faults In A Game

Important Players

Over the history of the Australian Open, there have been numerous tennis players who stood out with their achievements.

However, in the Open Era or the current era of professional tennis, none can compare to Novak Djokovic, who has won more Australian Open titles than any other player in history.

The closest player to Djokovic is Roy Emerson, with six titles between 1961-1967. Meanwhile, the only other players to ever win more than two Open Era Australian Open titles are Mats Wilander (1983, 1984, 1988) and Andre Agassi (1995, 2000, 2001, 2003).

HOW TO BET ON Australian Open Men outrights odds

There are many different ways you can bet on tennis, and there are numerous approaches you can take when trying to bet on the Australian Open.

But the most popular, and for some the most exciting, is betting on the outright Australian Open odds.

You might be wondering why is that, since there are plenty of individual games you can bet on, each offering numerous betting markets. The answer is simple – the high potential payout.

When betting with outrights, most people think of the tournament winner market, which is fair since this is the most common and popular outright bet.

With it, you’re simply predicting which tennis player will win the event, with the highest seeds usually priced at the lowest odds.

The further down the seeding you go, the higher the Australian Open odds the sportsbooks will offer, mainly because the lower-seeded players are less likely to win. But outrights include more than just tournament winners.

Outrights or futures are all bets you can make on a future event, which doesn’t necessarily have to be a wager on who will win the Australian Open. Other popular outrights include:

  • Head-To-Head Betting
  • Winning Half
  • To Win Quarter
  • To Reach Finals/Semi/Quarter-Finals

Some bookies will offer outright head-to-head bets to predict which of the two players will reach deeper into the tournament.

If you believe Rafael Nadal will outperform Novak Djokovic, you can bet on that, and your bet will hit as long as Nadal reaches deeper into the Australian Open, even if he doesn’t win the tournament.

Winning Half half is a special outright bet used to predict which group of players will win the tournament.

The draw in a tennis tournament is determined based on a combination of seedings, with the first and second-seeded players always put in different halves, but that doesn’t necessarily mean that the half with the no.1 seeded player is stronger than the other.

You can also wager on the winner of each quarter by placing a bet on a player you believe will do well enough in a tournament to win his quarter but perhaps isn’t talented enough to go all the way.

The outright betting markets on to reach finals/semi-finals/quarter-finals is pretty self-explanatory. With it, you’re betting on a player to reach a certain tournament stage – essentially an upgraded version of the “to win quarter” bet.

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Australian Open Men Outrights Faqs

BetUs is one of the online sportsbooks for betting on tennis and is very popular amongst punters who bet on the Australian Open. That is mainly due to its generous offer of Australian Open betting bonuses and promotions as well as solid coverage of the tournament.
On BetUS, you will be able to bet on all Australian Open matches with various betting markets, including proposition bets. Moreover, BetUS has one of the best offers of outright bets, including anything from tournament winner, head-to-heads, winning half, and more.
You can bet on the Australian Open on any online bookmaker, and you can place your wagers well ahead of time. Sportsbooks usually open Australian Open outright markets shortly after the last one ends, allowing you to place your bets nearly one year before the tournament begins.
There is no best strategy you can use that will guarantee you profit from betting on the Australian Open, but you can take a few steps to set yourself up for success. That mainly includes betting with the best bookmakers and doing thorough research on the players before you place your bets.
The outright Australian Open odds work the same way as outright odds on any other tennis tournament. With outright bets, you’re mainly predicting which tennis player will win the Australian Open, but there are also other variations, including winning half, head-to-heads, and to reach finals/semi-finals/quarter-finals.
A parlay (or accumulator) bet is a single wager that links together multiple individual bets while combining the odds of each individual wager. Although parlays promise much higher payouts, for a parlay to hit, you need to win all your selections.
You can make a parlay on the Australian Open by combining multiple bets into one, and you can pick different bet types. The only thing you need to keep in mind is that you can not include two same outright bets into the same parlay (example: a bet on Nadal and Djokovic to win the tournament) since it’s impossible for both bets to hit.

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