The first big tennis betting highlight of the new year is right here with the start of the Australian Open on January 16th. One again this year the blue courts at Melbourne Park is expected to produce an epic battle between Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic for supremacy. They are the two big guns in the field and it is going to be a huge surprise if it is not one of those who are left standing holding the title.
But there is a tremendous amount of matches to be played out over the course of the tournament of course, and there will be big underdog stories coming through and some thrilling five-set epic encounters to come as well. So we are set for another big fortnight of tennis betting action from Down Under and online betting site Paddy Power are running a great tennis promotion for the tournament.
Paddy Power are running their 2-Up You Win! Offer on the Australian Open for all matches in the Men’s Singles Main Draw.
For all Men’s Main Draw singles Matches at the Australian Open, Paddy Power will pay you as a winner straight away if your selection goes 2 sets up in the match. It doesn’t matter if the selection wins or loses the match in the end, as long as they go two sets up to the good then you will be paid out as a winner.
Men’s Australian Open outright winner odds
Novak Djokovic 13//8, Andy Murray 13/8, Rafael Nadal 12/1, Stan Wawrinka 12/1, Roger Federer 18/1, Milos Raonic 20/1, Kei Nishikori 25/1, Nick Kyrgios 33/1, 40/1 bar
If you are paid out in the Paddy Power 2-UP You Win offer on a selection and the players does win the match, you won’t be paid out twice. This applies to all Australian Open Mens Main Draw singles matches from Monday 16th January until Sunday 29th January and there is no maximum bet applied to the offer! If you partially Cash Out a bet the remaining part of your stake will be treated as a live bet and will be considered a stake in the same way as a regular single bet. Register an account with online betting site Paddy Power and enjoy £30 worth of free bets as a welcome bonus from them.Visit Paddy Power