Thu, Jan 13, 11:21pm by Kevin Pitstock
The 2011 Australian Open will be upon us in just over 72 hours so let’s get stuck into the best odds and tips for those real money bettors out there. I will mention that the best Aussie bookies are running some promos for the tournament so make sure you take advantage if you have the opportunity to. Money back bets tend to be pretty popular among the likes of Sportsbet and Centrebet.
Let’s open with the easier one, the Men’s ATP 2011 Australian Open. This is a two horse race without a shadow of a doubt punters.
Sportingbet will look after you here.
Best Odds for Men’s Singles Winner
Noone else has a chance so I won’t even bother mentioning any other names. These two horses will blow the rest of them out of the park, end of story.
Your guess is as good as mine here. I don’t think anyone has a clear idea of who is going to win this. The women are just too unpredictable. How Clijsters is a $3.00 favourite is beyond me.
Best Odds for Women’s Sngles Winner
My best tip here would be Justine Henin. When she is at peak form she is a class above the rest of the competitors here. She hasn’t been back in the game long and neither has Clijsters; yet they are the two favourites.
There is some great value here if you think one of the others will get up. Aussie Sam Stosur is at $15.00 but she has big question marks over her under pressure. Many a time she’s looked like a grand slam winner and choked down to falter under the pressure.
We’ll be following the 2011 Australian Open with a close eye and will keep you up to date with the best bets of the tournament.
As of today, the bookie with the best odds for the Aussie Open is Sportingbet so we suggest opening an account there to have a bet if you haven’t already. Open Sportingbet account now!
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