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Australian Open Day 9 Womens Tennis Preview, Tips And Betting

Tue, Jan 25, 10:09am by Kevin Pitstock

Australian Open Womens Quarter Final matches are finally here today live from Melbourne Park.

Great day of tennis yesterday with all the favourites advancing, and our two long shot hopes showing they are forces to be reckoned with throughout the year despite both losing their games.

Day 9 Australian Open betting and odds are quoted from this morning’s Centrebet Australian Open womens tennis singles betting odds and just the top half of the draw is on show.

Australian Open Day 9 Womens Singles Quarter Final Matches

    Rod Laver Arena

  • Andrea Petkovic is $2.90 to beat China’s Na Li who is rated a $1.40 hope
  • World number one Caroline Wozniacki is a raging $1.14 favourite to beat Francesca Schiavone who is $5.65 after her record marathon 4 hour and 44 minute round 4 match.

    Australian Open Day 8 Womens Singles Tennis Betting Matches To Bet On

    Andrea Petkovic at $2.90 to beat Na Li
    Andrea Petkovic has become a crowd favourite her in Melbourne and will enjoy the bulk of the crowd support. The outgoing German has reallly stepped out of the shadows of former German great Steffi Graf and has claimed the scalps of Sharapova and Wlliams on the way to this match. Li on ther other hand ahs been almost clinical they way she has deconstructed opponents, albeit she has enjoyed a slightly easier run to this point with Azarenka providing her only real test. A very tough match and with neither player having faced off before, we are backing Petkovic at the $2.90. Petkovic in three sets.

    Caroline Wozniacki iat $1.14 to beat Francesca Schiavone
    At any other point in the competition, I would say Wozniacki is too short and we can’t have her at $1.14. But after Schiavone’s gruelling 4 hour and 44 minute punishment when beating Kuznetsova in three sets 6-4 1-6 16-14, I doubt there’s much petrol in the tank. Watching what was probably one of the best womens tennis matches ever played at Melbourne Park, not just the longest; it was hard to understand how Schiavone who had the majority of the court running, was still finding the legs to get to each ball. But unfortunately that focused determination that saw her survive that round 4 match will be her undoing today. No one can push themselves absolutely to that limit and then reach beyond it and rebound just two days later. Schiavone goes on our watch list as probably the most determined and toughest competitor in womens tennis at the moment, but that same commitment has burnt her chances here, she will not have recovered in time. Wozniacki in two sets.


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