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2025 Australian Open Betting

The first of the four Grand Slam tennis events held each year, preceding the French Open, Wimbledon and the US Open,

The 2025 edition of the Australian Open will run Sun, Jan 12, 2025 – Sun, Jan 26, 2025.

Men's Australian Open 2025 Winner Odds

Men's Australian Open 2025: Outright
Team Odds
Novak Djokovic +150
Carlos Alcaraz +250
Jannik Sinner +300
Daniil Medvedev +700
Rafael Nadal +1600
Alexander Zverev +2800
Casper Ruud +4000
Holger Rune +4000
Stefanos Tsitsipas +4000
Taylor Fritz +4000
Alex de Minaur +5000
Andrey Rublev +5000
Ben Shelton +5000
Frances Tiafoe +5000
Hubert Hurkacz +5000
Sebastian Korda +5000
Christopher Eubanks +6600
Felix Auger Aliassime +6600
Jack Draper +6600
Cameron Norrie +8000
Karen Khachanov +8000
Matteo Berrettini +8000
Tommy Paul +8000
Denis Shapovalov +10000
Grigor Dimitrov +10000
Borna Coric +12500
Lorenzo Musetti +12500
Stan Wawrinka +12500
Alexei Popyrin +15000
Nicolas Jarry +15000
Adrian Mannarino +20000

Women's Australian Open 2025 Winner Odds

Women's Australian Open 2025: Outright
Team Odds
Aryna Sabalenka +250
Iga Swiatek +350
Coco Gauff +450
Elena Rybakina +700
Mirra Andreeva +1200
Naomi Osaka +1200
Qinwen Zheng +1600
Jessica Pegula +2200
Elina Svitolina +2800
Ons Jabeur +2800
Jelena Ostapenko +3300
Linda Noskova +3300
Maria Sakkari +3300
Marketa Vondrousova +3300
Amanda Anisimova +4000
Barbora Krejcikova +4000
Caroline Garcia +4000
Dayana Yastremska +4000
Caroline Wozniacki +5000
Emma Raducanu +5000
Karolina Muchova +5000
Leylah Fernandez +5000
Linda Fruhvirtova +5000
Liudmila Samsonova +5000
Madison Keys +5000
Marta Kostyuk +5000
Paula Badosa +5000
Veronika Kudermetova +5000
Beatriz Haddad Maia +6600
Danielle Collins +6600
Daria Kasatkina +6600
Sofia Kenin +6600
Victoria Azarenka +6600
Ekaterina Alexandrova +8000
Clara Tauson +10000

2024 Australian Open Results

The 2024 Australian Open was the 112th edition of the tournament – running January 15-28th in Melbourne, Australia.

  • Men’s Singles final: Jannick Sinner rallied from two sets down to defeat Daniil Medvedev in the Australian Open final. It’s the first grand slam title for the 22-year-old and first win ever in Australia by an Italian male or female. Sinner pockets $2.08 million in prize money.
  • Ladies Singles Final: Belarusian second seed Sabalenka won 6-3 6-2 to claim her second Grand Slam singles trophy – all without dropping a set.

10 interesting facts / statistics about the Australian Open

  1. First Grand Slam of the Year: The Australian Open is the first Grand Slam tournament of the tennis season, typically taking place in January. Source: Australian Open Overview
  2. Hard Court Surface: Unlike the other three Grand Slam events, the Australian Open is played on hard courts, specifically the Plexicushion surface. Source: Australian Open Surfaces
  3. Record Prize Money: The tournament’s total prize pool rose to AU$76,500,000 (US$53 million) making it the second-highest paying tennis event, behind only the US Open. Singles champions earned usd 2.05 million each.
  4. Margaret Court Arena: One of the main stadiums at the Australian Open is the Margaret Court Arena, named after the legendary Australian tennis player who holds the record for the most Grand Slam titles won by a singles player. Source: Margaret Court’s Grand Slam Records
  5. Extreme Heat Policy: The Australian Open has an Extreme Heat Policy in place to protect players from extreme weather conditions. When triggered, matches may be postponed or suspended. Source: Australian Open Extreme Heat Policy
  6. Rod Laver Arena: The Rod Laver Arena, the center court at the Australian Open, is the largest tennis stadium in the Southern Hemisphere, with a seating capacity of over 14,000. Source: Rod Laver Arena
  7. Grand Slam Clockwise Rotation: The Australian Open is part of the Grand Slam tournaments, and it is the only one that follows a clockwise rotation on the calendar, beginning in the Asia-Pacific region. Source: Grand Slam Tournaments
  8. Rafael Nadal’s Longest Match: In 2009, Rafael Nadal played in the longest Australian Open final ever, lasting for 5 hours and 53 minutes. He defeated Roger Federer in an epic five-set match. Source: Nadal vs. Federer 2009
  9. Australian Wildfires Impact: The 2020 Australian Open was marred by wildfires that affected air quality. Several players struggled with the conditions, and some matches were postponed or moved. Source: Wildfires’ Impact on Australian Open
  10. AO Ball Kids: The Australian Open is known for its dedicated ball kids, who play a crucial role in ensuring the smooth running of matches, helping retrieve and deliver tennis balls. Source: Australian Open Ball Kids

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Frequently Asked Questions

Is The Australian Open a Grand Slam?

The Grand Slam tennis calendar starts with the Australian Open in January, the French Open (also known as Roland Garros) from around late May to early June, then Wimbledon in June–July, and finally in August–September the US Open