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Women’s Australian Open Betting Odds

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Women’s Australian Open

Even though the Australian Open was initially created in 1905, women actually joined this competition in 1922. It is the first grand slam tournament of the year in women’s season calendar. Women’s Australian Open tennis tournament is being held annually during the last 2 weeks of January.

Bet on the Women’s Australian Open

Betting on Women’s Australian Open can be tricky. There are actually several ways to bet on this tournament. In addition to regular betting methods like Moneyline or outright betting, where you need to predict the winner, there are also some alternative ways to bet on it. Probably the most interesting bet is Women’s Australian Open Futures. This is a form of outright betting where you can place bets before the Australian Open begins. Try to guess who will play in the grand finals and who will win the tournament outright. The winner betting odds on futures are without any doubt high and guessing the tournament winner correctly before it even begins will bring huge profit.

On the other side, you can also try proposition betting. It is betting on some event that may or may not occur during the match. In other words, it has nothing to do with the winner. Your bet can be won regardless of who wins the match and how. You can bet on the number of sets, games, how many unforced errors player will make, or how many aces will be served in total.

Women’s Australian Open Odds

Odds on the Women’s Australian Open are usually generated with a special algorithm that takes all statistics into account. However, there may be some matches with adjusted odds to attract more customers. For example, the Australian Open Women’s final match always has high odds because a lot of people tend to bet on it. Considering the fact that doubles aren’t so popular, Australian Open women’s singles odds will always be higher and more profitable.

Winners of the Australian Open Women’s Tennis Tournament

Unlike men’s, there isn’t a single female player currently dominating on the Australian Open. Serena Williams used to do so and she won a total of 7 titles. She is also the only player that managed to win this tournament on two different surfaces, Rebound Ace and Plexicushion.

Australian Open Finalist:

  1. Serena Williams – Maria Sharapova
  2. Angelique Kerber – Serena Williams
  3. Serena Williams – Venus Williams
  4. Caroline Wozniacki – Simona Halep
  5. Naomi Osaka – Petra Kvitová
  6. Sofia Kenin – Garbiñe Muguruza