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Women’s Australian Open Betting Odds

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Women’s Australian Open

The Australian Open has been around since 1905, but women started joining it in 1922. This tournament is the first grand slam of the year when it comes to women’s season. Every single year, the Australian Open takes place in January, more specifically in its last 2 weeks.

Betting on the Women’s Australian Open Tournament

It’s a bit challenging to bet on Women’s Australian Open, but you can do so in a few ways. Not only you can use methods such as outright betting or Moneyline, but you can also consider other ways. You can look for Australian Open Womens Betting Odds and consider the Futures bets. This is also a type of outright betting, which allows you to make bets before the start of the Australian Open. You will have to try to guess who will make it to the grand finals, but also who will win the tournament. To make this easier for yourself, you can also look up some odds to win Australian Open Women’s. Here at, we can help you with Womens Australian Open betting odds.

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