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Australian Open 2021 Free Bets

The Australian Open signals the start of the Grand Slam season.

Australian Open 2021 Free Bets

The Australian Open kicks off the tennis season as the first Grand Slam event of the year and is scheduled to start on February 8. 

As a Grand Slam tournament, there will be numerous tennis betting opportunities available throughout the tournament, including a vast selection of Australian Open free bets.

There are the likes of the bet365 offer of an up to 50% Tennis Accumulator Bonus, and you could also use Coral’s Place 3 x £5+ in-play bets in a single day & get a £5 free in-play bet or look to some of the other great Australian Open free bets with other leading bookmakers.

Australian Open 2021 Betting Offers

There will be a myriad of Australian Open betting offers available both prior to and throughout the entire tournament. 

One particular useful betting offer in major tennis tournaments is “Acca Insurance” (or “accumulator insurance”), which is where your online bookie  will refund either part or all of your stake should one result let you down.

Also keep an eye out for the likes of Enhanced Odds, where you can potentially get a leading player at a substantially better price than you normally would.

The best option for finding the very best in Australian Open free bet opportunities is to keep checking with, as we’ll have all the very best and latest offers for you as they hit the market.

Betting on the Australian Open 2021

Novak Djokovic is a strong favourite for the 2021 Australian Open with the bookmakers as the big Serbian looks to continue to show his dominance in the men’s game.

Behind him, we have three other players who for the main challengers to the title, Rafael Nadal, Dominic Thiem and Daniil Medvedev. These three are all joint second favourites with many bookmakers, and with everyone else priced up at double figures, the focus for many will be on one of these four names.

Those looking for value and an upset may look towards the like of Alexander Zverev, Andrey Rublev and Stefanos Tsitsipas who can all be classed as lively outsiders who are capable of causing an upset on their day.

Women’s Event

As ever, we see a wide open betting market for the 2021 women’s Australian Open, with Naomi Osaka leading the way, and Ashleigh Barty in behind her as the second favourite.

Aryna Sabalenka, Serena Williams and Simona Halep are behind those two in the betting, and are all strongly fancied by many to go far here.

Sofia Kenin, Victoria Azarenka and Petra Kvitova are other names to consider, and this is a far tougher puzzle to solve than the men’s event, there are many who will come into the tournament and fancy their chances.

Australian Open 2021 Betting Markets

In addition to a huge number of special promotions and free bets, there’s also a vast array of betting markets available for the Australian Open 2021.

Aside from the outright winner markets, other popular Australian Open betting markets include to reach the final, quarter winners (to win the quarter of the draw any given player is in) and the individual progress of players in the tournament markets.

There will also be betting odds for set betting, handicaps and to win individual sets, games and points when it comes to in-play betting. Handicap betting can be a good option the favourites are only available at very short odds in some of the early matches.

Australian Open 2021 Betting Odds

Novak Djokovic is the 6/5 favourite to lift the Australian Open title, ahead of Nadal, Thiem and Medvedev who are all priced up at 5/1.

Everyone else in the betting can be backed at double figure odds.

The women’s event is far more open, with Naomi Osaka priced up as the 5/1 favourite. Ashleigh Barty is 8/1, Arnya Sabalenka is 9/1, with Serena Williams at 10/1 with Simona Halep, while Victoria Azarena and Petra Kvitova are both 16/1.

Australian Open Men’s Singles most tournament wins

  • Novak Djokovic – 8
  • Roger Federer – 6
  • Andre Agassi – 4 
  • Mats Wilander – 3

Australian Open Women’s Singles most tournament wins

  • Serena Williams – 7 
  • Steffi Graf – 4 
  • Monica Seles – 4
  • Martina Navratilova – 3