Australian Open Day 2 Womens Tennis Preview, Tips And Betting
Get ready for a long day of action in womens tennis action at Day 2 of the Australian Open. We’ll be previewing the betting and tips for the Open each day.
For the educated punter, womens tennis betting present a rare opportunity for some easy money from the bookies, if you’re not afraid to take the short odds and parlay a few bets in to one.
In the main, womens tennis betting odds are reflective of a players profile, which can deliver opportunity to maximise differences between ability vs popularity in some prices.
With that in mind lets look at the Australian Open Day 2 schedule and see where the value is.
Day 2 Australian Open prices are quoted from this morning’s Centrebet markets.
Australian Open Day Matches
Rod Laver Arena
- Sybille Bammer takes on the number 2 seed Vera Zvonareva with Centrebet offering $1.03
- Australia’s Sam Stosur (#5) ia a redhot $1.03 favourite to beat Lauren Davis
- Dinara Safina is a a rank outsider in her game against crowd favourite Kim Clijsters ($1.06)
- 7th seed Jelena Jankovic is a $1.38 against Alla Kudryavtsea ($2.90)
- Ekaterina Makarova takes on Anna Ivanovic whos is $1.25 favourite
Margaret Court Arena
- #22 seed Flavia Pennetta is $1.10 to beat Anastasia Rodionova
- Australian favourite Alicia Molik is rated a $3.80 chance to upset Roberta Vinci ($1.24)
Show Court 2
- Australian Sally Peers ($10.00) is given little hope of upsetting Petra Kvitova who is $1.03
- Mathilde Johannson is given little hope of beating Shahar Peer at $1.03
Show Court 3
- Sophie Ferguson is currenlty $2.80 and given some hope of beating Patra Martic ($1.40)
- 16th seed Anatstasia Pavlyyuchenkova is $1.12 to beat Kirtsten Flipkens
Show Court 5
- Coco Vandeweghe is rated a $1.48 chance to beat Alize Cornet ($2.55)
Show Court 6
- Japan’s Kimiko Date-Krumm is $2.05 to beat 12th seed Agnieszka Radwanska
- Ayumi Mortita is a $2.80 outsider to upset Alexandra Dulgheru who is rated a $1.40 chance
Show Court 7
- Olga Govortsova is almost flip of coins odds at $1.95 against Olga Chekvetadze ($1.80)
- Nadia Petrova who is 13th seed, is $1.66 to beat Ksenia Pervak
Show Court 8
- Kateryna Bondarenko is rated $2.80 to beat China’s Shuai Peng ($1.40)
- Caroline Garcia ($3.70) takes on favourite Varvara Lepchenko $1.25
Show Court 10
- Anabel Medina Garrigues is rated $2.70 to beat Iveta Benesova who is $1.43
- Akgul Amanmuradova is $1.63 favourite to beat Kristina Barrois
Show Court 11
- Alisa Kleybenova is a firm $1.06 favourite to beat Irina Falconi ($8.00)
- Maria Elena Camerin is $3.85 to beat Vera Dushevina who is $1.24 favourite
Show Court 13
- Lucie Safarova is $1.18 favourite to beat Shuai Zhang ($4.50)
- Sorana Cirstea is rated a $1.58 hope to beat Mirjana Lucic
Show Court 14
- Klara Zakopalova is $1.50 to beat $2.30 hope Melanie Oudin
- Christina McHale is rated $2.20 to beat Carla Suraez Navarro ($1.63)
Show Court 18
- Bojana Jovanovski is a favoured $1.22 to beat Kai Chen Chang ($4.00)
- Romina Oprandi ($6.30) is given little hope of beating Maria Kirilenko who is $1.10
Show Court 19
- Lourdes Dominguez Lino is $2.05 to beat Sweden’s Johanna Larsson who is $1.72
- Maria Jose Sanchez is flip of coin odds at $1.85 to beat Greta Arn who is $1.90
- Veteran Patty Schnyder is still favourite at $1.43 to beat Lesya Tsurenko
Show Court 21
- Anne Kremer is $2.65 versus Simona Halep who is $1.45
Australian Open Day 2 Matches To Bet On
Despite the fact the Rod Laver Arena games will be broadcast there’s little return betting on $1.03 and $1.06 returns unless your using a $100,000 bank. The strategy is to stick to games over $1.33 where we can identify some distinct head to head advantage on the surface.
Jelana Jankovic $1.38 to beat Alla Kudryavtsea
Jankovic comes in as number 7 seed and should prove too good for Russian Alla Kudryavtsea. Jankovic has never been knocked out of the first round here in the past 7 years and despite losing her first round match in Sydney, she should prove too good.
Sophie Ferguson $2.80 to beat Patra Martic
Australian Ferguson is our bolters tip to get over Patra Martic at the luxury odds of $2.80. Neither player has ever made it past the first round here in Melbourne and Ferguson is ranked 21 places higher than Martic on last year performances. Ferguson was bundled out of Brisbane by the number 2 seed Shahar Peer before scoring a good win over Argentinian Maria Irigoyen in Hobart and then losing in 3 sets to Kateryna Bondarenko. Martic lost her first game in Brisbane before getting to the round of 16 losing to the 8th seed. There is not much between the two players and at $2.80 with the crowd support Ferguson is too good to go past.
Alize Cornet $2.55 to beat Coco Vanderweghe
Amazing prices to up on this game and Cornet who is ranked 33 places ahead of Vandewghe is a $2.55 outsider. Vandeweghe despite her favouritism, lost both her qualifying round matches in Brisbane and Sydney and is yet to make it past the first round in any grand slam event. Cornet on the other hand comes here though the Auckland Open where she beat Sandra Zahlavova before losing to world number 40 Julia Goerges in the second round. Cornet’s best performance in Melbourne has been making it to round 4 in 2009, and she has been a consistent round 2 and 3 performer at other grand slams. Don’t understand the betting here and provided Cornet’s walks out on two legs for her match today – we’re on!
Agnieszka Radwanska $1.72 to beat Kimiko Date-Krumm
Radwanksa who is yet to play this year is ranked world number 14, is up against Kimiko Date-Krumm, ranked world number 56. Date-Krumm is yet to win a game this year, losing in Auckland and Hobart in the first rounds. The same is true of Date-Krumm’s form here in Melbourne where she is yet to make it past the first round, while Radwanska has only been bundled out in the first round here once in 4 four appearances. There is a clear class distinction here and the $1.72 for Radwanska is to good to go past.