4 reasons why we think the 'Fed Express' will deliver at the Aus Open

After lifting his 6th Australian Open title last year, we believe Roger Federer is poised to solidify his GOAT status by taking out this years’ Australian Open.

Oddschecker
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Tue, 8 Jan, 12:00 AM

 

With Kei Nishikori taking out the Brisbane International and the ATP Sydney kicking off recently, the Australian Summer of tennis is in full swing. The main course is the Australian Open and we believe we’ve found plenty of value in a 20-time grand slam winner.

 

The Fed Express, Roger Federer, has just touched down on Australian shores, looking to continue his unsurpassed record on the hard-court circuit. After a surprise loss to John Millman in the US Open, we believe he’ll atone and continue to dominate the Australian Grand Slam, here’s why:

 

 

- Looking to win three consecutive Opens having already won 6 Aus Opens. This win would give him a record 7th (Most in the Men’s).

 

- Has had an identical preparation, having also won the Hopman Cup last year before winning the Final.

 

- Nadal has some injury and hard court issues, Murray coming back from a long lay-off and Djokovic struggled in his lead up event in Doha – putting question marks on 3 of his main rivals.

 

- This could be his last Australian Open, no doubt he’ll want to bow out a winner.

 

 

Despite the reasons above the Fed is still paying a massive $6 to win the Open. But if you’re eligible for the offers below you’re in luck. For example, a winning $100 bet on Roger Federer to win the Men’s 2019 Australian Open at $6* could see you collecting $500.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Good Punting,

Oddschecker

 

*Prices correct at time of posting and subject to fluctuation.

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