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2014 Australian Open Betting Tips Pt

Del Potro is always an interesting option and he has looked good in this tournament in the past. He appears to have gotten back to full fitness and is looking like a potential winner again. 10/1 is a fairly accurate reflection of his odds and if he heads into the semi-finals period looking strong then you can assume he’s going to put up some serious competition and could certainly beat Novak Djokovic on his day.


Roger Federer, formerly known as the best player in the world, is priced out at a 14/1 listing. You can’t really back him with as much confidence as you could about two years ago but you can still rest assured that this is a player who has seen it all and won it all. If he gets a bit of luck along the way and begins putting in better performances than we have seen over the past while, he could very well pull off a major upset. 

Should Federer go on an outright roll, you can expect his odds to drop considerably as he edges further into the tournament. It would be something to see him duel in the final with the likes of Djokovic or Rafa Nadal. Another Grand Slam victory would be a major coup for the Swiss Master. 

The odds then take a considerable leap up to Jo-Wilfried Tsonga at a 40/1 price tag to win the tournament. He is generally always up in the mix and can beat most of the top performances when he is on his game and they are having a tough day on the court. 

Sebastian Warwinka is also priced around 40/1 and you probably don’t really fancy him getting to the final but potentially putting a run deep into the play-offs. He is a solid player who is improving but you would want a higher price on him to win the thing outright. You will still have the option to get in on the action further into the tournament and you want to have a look at his performances before wagering anything substantial on him. 

Other notable players in this range of odds include David Ferrer at 66/1 and Thomas Berdych at an 80/1 price. Getting into the triple digit contenders we have Canada’s Milos Raonic at 100/1 alongside Gael Monfils. 

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