Australian Open odds are available for most of the year in the men’s and women’s divisions and the action heats up in the Australian summer as the lead-up tournaments are played.
It sets the tone for the year and that’s why we love Australian Open betting odds.
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How to read Australian Open Odds
There are many ways to bet on the Australian Open, including tournament winner and head-to-head betting options. The most popular option is tournament winner and reading the odds is just like any other betting market.
The players are listed top to bottom in order of their odds. The favorites appear at the top of the page, such as Novak Djokovic or Rafael Nadal. The outsiders are at the bottom of the page as they’re given less chance of winning.
Australian Open odds are easy to read and readily available.
Australian Open Men Outrights
|Rot||To Win Outright Australian Open Men 2023||Moneyline|
|11||Felix Auger Aliassime||+1800|
|18||Alex De Minaur||+4500|
|28||Pablo Carreno Busta||+6600|
|30||Roberto Bautista Agut||+12500|
Australian Open Women Outrights
|Rot||To Win Outright Australian Open Women 2023||Moneyline|
|24||Leylah A Fernandez||+3300|
How to bet on Australian Open?
There are many ways to profit when betting on the Australian Open. We favor tournament winner options as bettors can bet around their picks.
We also like singling out value players in the opening rounds. Experienced players often go overlooked against younger players in the first couple of rounds, so bettors find excellent value in the opening rounds.
Identifying value when looking at Australian Open odds is key to making money.
There is a clear front-runner for best Australian Open player of all time. Novak Djokovic is the best player to ever play at Melbourne Park after his nine victories in the open era.
Securing his first win in 2008 and his most recent in 2021, it has been one-way traffic for the Serbian at the Australian Open and that’s often reflected in Australian Open odds. Bettors don’t get massive odds for the nine-time champion.
Right behind him is Roger Federer. The Swiss ace won in 2004, 06, 07, 10, 17, and 18. The Australians fell in love with Federer and he was dominant in his day until Djokovic swept past him.
We’re not sure how to include the amateur-era players but we’re not leaving out Roy Emerson and Rod Laver. The Australians were excellent, with Emerson winning six titles and Laver winning three.
They were two of many Australians to play well, including four-time winners Jack Crawford and Ken Rosewall.
American Andre Agassi won four titles. The popular player won his most recent in 2003 and his Australian Open betting odds were always short due to his popularity.
Top 5 men’s Players (All-Time)
It’s unusual not to have Serena Williams at the top of the list, but she comes in second place behind the great Margaret Court.
The Australian Open legend won 11 times during the amateur and open era, which is astounding. She won 11 times in a 13-year span, which adds to the impressiveness.
Williams has seven titles to her name and bettors didn’t get massive Australian Open odds. She was always well-backed to win, sometimes paying as low as -110 to win.
Evonne Goolagong is another Australian tennis hero to win four titles. She broke barriers for young Australian female players and she won her four titles consecutively.
Steffi Graf and Monica Seles dominated the late 80’s and 90’s with four wins apiece. They were unstoppable for eight years and it became a two-player war, especially in Australian Open betting markets.
They are two legends of the game and they loved kicking off the new year with a grand slam victory. There are certain players who find form early in the year and Graf and Seles hit the ground running.