16 January 2022
With the Australian Open, we have the first grand slam tennis tournament of the year, for the ATP as well as the WTA. That means that we’ll get to see the world’s best tennis players from around the globe battle for the coveted grand slam. You, too, can win big, as we’re organizing a betting tournament with €3,500 on the line. Time to show off your tennis betting skills!
In this sports betting tournament on the Australian Open tennis championships, your goal is to accumulate points, from the start of the event on January 17 until the end on January 30. These points will go on a leader board, and you can earn your leader board points every day. Your points of each day are added, and whoever is in one of the top 15 places, wins part of the €3,500 cash prize pool!
In order to benefit from this amazing tournament, here’s what you should do: place single bets or multi bets of €2 or more on the Australian Open. The odds of the winning ticket with the highest odds will be multiplied by 100 to arrive at your points for that day. @2.45 will become 245 points, if that was your highest winning bet of a given tournament day, and so on. The more you risk, the higher your reward!
On the tournament page, you will find a leader board that details where you are in the ranking compared to other players. The prizes are as follows:
We can tell you all about this Australian Open 2022 being the 110th edition of the tournament, and the 54th of the Open era of international tennis, but all everyone wants to know is, of course: what’s the deal with Novak Djokovic? The Serbian number one in the world may have made it to Melbourne, but as he won't be able to defend his grand slam from last year, he's already on his way back home…
That could leave the road to the grand slam wide open for Spaniard Rafael Nadal, who, just as Djokovic, can take this opportunity to be the sole record holder for most grand slams. With stars like Daniil Medvedev, Alexander Zverev and Stefanos Tsitsipas, there are feisty contenders on the prowl, though.
On the women’s side of the tournament, Japanese sensation Naomi Osaka will be defending her 2021 Australian Open grand slam title. She’s 13th in the WTA at the moment, so winning back-to-back could be a huge boost to her ranking. Another fascinating battle is brewing up between Australia’s own Ashleigh Barty and Aryna Sabalenka from Belarus, with the first place in the ranking in the balance.
Of course, Belgian fans will look to world number 19, Elise Mertens. If she remains on top of her game, there’s a good run in it for her! The competition will be fierce, with Garbiñe Muguruza, Simona Halep and rising young star Emma Raducanu all set to get another grand slam victory. Can you predict how this year’s Australian Open will go? Check out the odds now to prepare your strategy, and win more here!