At Freebetslad's last check - The Australian Open Men's Singles favourites are:
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The Australian Open Women's Singles favourites are:
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Many people will bet on Djokovic or Federer but it might be worth looking at the Nadal odds as he has always been incredible. Look at the previous winners below to get an idea of who usually does well at the Aussie Open.
Also we show the event details above to give you the Australian Open 2021 dates, venue and the official website which will have more information.
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Australian Open Winners:
2020 - Novak Djokovic, Sofia Kenin.
2019 - Novak Djokovic, Naomi Osaka.
2018 - Roger Federer, Caroline Wozniacki.
2017 - Roger Federer, Serena Williams.
2016 - Novak Djokovic, Angelique Kerber.
2015 - Novak Djokovic, Serena Williams.
2014 - Stan Wawrinka, Li Na.
2013 - Novak Djokovic, Victoria Azarenka.
2012 - Novak Djokovic, Victoria Azarenka.
2011 - Novak Djokovic, Kim Clijsters.
2010 - Roger Federer, Serena Williams.
Mini Tennis Quiz (Answers Below):
1. Name the women's equivalent of the Davis Cup?
2. How many British men have reached Grand Slam finals in the last 70 years?
3. Which male tennis player made it to eight consecutive US open finals in the eighties?
4. In which decade was the tiebreak introduced to decide the outcome of a set in tennis?
Most men's singles Australian Open tennis tournaments won from 1968 to 2019 - Novak Djokovic with 7!
Most women's singles Australian Open tennis tournaments won from 1968 to 2019 - Serena Williams also with 7!
Australian Sam Groth holds the world record for the fastest serve, hitting a 263 kilometres/hour bomb in 2012.
40,000 tennis balls are used every year in this tournament.
Serena Williams won her record-breaking 23rd Grand Slam singles title in Melbourne in 2017 against her sister Venus. Both of whom were keeping the secret that Serena was pregnant!
The longest Grand Slam final ever played happened in Melbourne in 2012. An epic battle of 5 hours 53 minutes between Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal ended with the Serb eventually winning.
Tennis Quiz Answers:
1. The Fed Cup.
2. Three (Andy Murray (11), Greg Rusedski (1) , and John Lloyd (1)).
3. Ivan Lendl.
4. 1970s.Australian Open News Headlines
Australian Open LIVE: Novak Djokovic 'one of three unjabbed players', Nadal wins in ... - The Sun
- Novak Djokovic has flown back home to Serbia via Dubai after being DEPORTED from Australia. An Australian court confirmed that the decision ...
Australian Open 2022: Order of play for day three, when is Emma Raducanu ... - The Telegraph
- Elsewhere, with Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer absent, Rafael Nadal continues his pursuit of a record-breaking 21st grand slam title when he plays ...
Australian Open 2022: Nick Kyrgios bromance with Novak Djokovic, playing doubles ... - Fox Sports
- Nick Kyrgios and Novak Djokovic being friends; we truly do live in a bizarre ... to play the Australian Open without any protection against Covid.
Australian Court Sets January 20 To Issue Reasons For Dismissal Of Novak Djokovic Case
- The Federal Court of Australia will publish reasons for its dismissal of tennis star Novak Djokovic's challenge to the cancellation of his visa on ...
Alexander Zverev feels sorry 'for how the world speaks about Novak Djokovic' after ... - The Mirror
- Alexander Zverev has had his say on the Novak Djokovic saga, after the world No. 1 was deported from Australia on Sunday.
Allison Langdon blasts 'messy' and 'embarrassing' Novak Djokovic visa debacle | Daily Mail Online
- Writing in the Today Show newsletter, the 42-year-old called the calamity 'a little distraction in the lead up [to the Australian Open] which we ...