Australian Open 2019
The Australian Open dates back all the way to 1905 when it was first played at the Warehouseman’s Cricket Ground in Melbourne. More than a century later, it has found a home base at Melbourne Park. Being the first Grand Slam of the year, the Australian Open is an important indicator of how players are faring for the upcoming season. After taking an end of the year break, fine-tuning their strokes and working on their court presence, players and teams showcase their skills for the world to see.
Dates and Details
For anyone wanting to bet on the event, the Australian Open kicks off on the 14th of January 2019 and will run to the 27th. This will be the 107th edition of the prestigious event and certainly a sporting highlight. While there are multiple events to bet on, the highlights are the men’s singles and women’s singles. In 2018, the men’s finals saw the great Roger Federer take on Marin Cilic in the finals. Despite a hard-fought battle in the arena, Federer managed to outclass his opponent and take his 6th title at Melbourne.
In the women’s singles final, Denmark’s Caroline Wozniacki took on the more experienced Simona Halep. This time it was the lesser-experienced player who triumphed as Wozniacki took her first Australian Open title of her career.
For sports bettors, the Australian Open has plenty of action to look forward to. The main events include the men’s singles, women’s singles, men’s doubles, women’s doubles and mixed doubles. With each event, there are dozens of games played over the course of the week, with plenty of opportunities to bet on the match outcome, individual sets and games.
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