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Tennis Odds: Australian Open Odds, Betting & $500 Risk-Free Bet

See the latest golf odds for the first grand slam of the year. Plus get a $500 Risk-free bet to use for the Australian Open
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2021 Australian Open Odds, Predictions & Betting Offers

Click here to see the latest Australian Open odds

The Australian Open is always one of the most anticipated events in the tennis schedule. Every year we are treated to a festival of great tennis action and this year is no different.

Well, that isn't quite true. While the great tennis is still being played, there are stark contrasts, with Covid-19 casting a long shadow over the event. Despite a number of stories about player unhappiness, the action is now underway and the men's competition has already reached the second round phase.

2021 Australian Open Odds - The Favorites

The mens competition is led by one very heavy favorite. We're used to seeing Novak Djokovic as the favorite and the Serbian is the best player in the world right now, although a price of +120 is very short.

After the Serb the next shortest price is the +440 on offer for Daniil Medvedev. Following the Russian are Dominic Thiem, +800 and the legendary Rafael Nadal at +850. It really is a huge leap after that, with the fifth favorite, Stefanos Tsitsipas an outsider at +1600.

Click here to see the latest Australian Open odds

2021 Australian Open Odds - Get A Risk-Free Bet With William Hill or BetMGM

With Novak Djokovic such a heavy favorite it's hard to win big on the mens competition but it could still be possible. Luckily our friends at William Hill and BetMGM are offering new players a risk-free bet when you join. 

William Hill - $500 Risk-Free Bet 

As mentioned, William Hill are offering all new customers a $500 risk-free bet to use this week, this means if your first bet loses, William Hill will credit your account with the stake.

That's an incredible offer and it allows you to take a real gamble with that opening wager. You could for example bet on the enigmatic Aussie Nick Kyrgios. At +4000 with William Hill you'd pocket a cool $2000 if he wins, and if he loses, then no fear, your account will be credited.

Here's how you claim:

1. Sign up at William Hill Sportsbook by clicking this link

2. Use the promo code ODDSFBRF

3. Make your first deposit, remember you get a risk-free bet worth up to $500.

4. Place your risk-free bet.

21+ Only, NJ, WV & CO Only. 

BetMGM Sportsbook - $600 Risk-Free Bet 

Just like William Hilll, BetMGM Sportsbook are offering all new customers a $600 risk-free bet which they can use on the PGA Tour. This offer is available in more states than the William Hill promotion above, which is good if you live in other legal states.

You could choose to bet on the Spanish sensation Rafael Nadal, who could roll back the years and deliver a vintage performance here.

Here's how to claim:

1. Sign up and deposit via this exclusive link

2. Download the BetMGM Sports app on iOS or Android, or visit betmgm.com 

3. Place your first wager risk-free and receive up to $600 back in free bets if it loses. 

4. If the bet does lose, your free bets will be available once the wager is settled!

21+ Only. NJ,IN,WV,TN,NV,PA,VA only

Australian Open Betting Update

You won't be shocked to find out that Novak Djokovic was the most wagered on player in the build up to the event, with 19.52% of bets being on the Serb. Interestingly Djokovic accounted for over 35% of all money staked on the Australian Open.

The Russian Daniil Medvedev was next, raking in 12.81% of bets, followed by Rafa Nadal taking in 11.16% of the total.

Player% Of Wagers at the Australian Open
Novak Djokovic19.52%
Daniil Medvedev12.81%
Rafael Nadal11.16%
Stefanos Tsitsipas8.37%
Dominic Thiem6.2%
Andrey Rublev5.27%
Nick Kyrgios5.17%
Alex Di Minaur4.96%
Hurbert Herkacz4.13%
Matteo Berrettini3.93%
Jannick Sinner3.51%
Alexander Zverev3.1%

Tennis Picks: Australian Open Picks & Predictions 

Our golf handicapper FD Guru had two plays for the Men's Australian Open. Both of which are still in the competition, Novak Djokovic and Dominic Thiem. 

Click here to read FD Guru's picks.

A lifelong football and basketball fan with years of experience in the sports gambling industry, Sam is known for his incredibly deep knowledge of all things NFL and NBA.


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