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Betting On The Next Grand Slam

By Phil Rogers

Tennis is one of the most popular sports worldwide, mainly on the other side of the Atlantic. There are a lot of major tennis tournaments that will occur for the whole year. These tournaments contain the Grand Slam tournaments, Wimbledon, the French Open and of course the Australian Open. Betting on a tennis match is a great opinion. In this category of betting, the most regular bets are relying on individual games and the match’s overall outcome.

Likely the most familiar type of bet that is exploited by both land-based and on-line sports books in tennis betting is the traditional money line bet. There is always a player who is best-loved by many to win. His great performance is maybe what makes him the favored player, where as his opponent would be the underdog. Let’s stare at this circumstance for instance. The bettors for the fave will lay $600 and will just be paid $100 if the favored player wins the game. However, if the underdog wins, the bettors who only wagered $100 for the underdog will gain an extra $500. This, apparently, is just an example and betting prices can go technique bigger than these prices.

Australian Open 2011 will happen in Melbourne this January and Roger Federer is probing to guard his Grand Slam title. Rafael Nadal is presently holding the US Open title and he has won the Australian Open 2009 as well. Many betting pages advise Andy Murray, who created the Australian Open final in 2010 party by defeating Nadal.

Juan Martin Del Potro comes in as the 5th favorite in this 2011 Australian open. This placement may be because of his US Open title from 2009. No one can refuse that Del Potro is able to beat anyone straight up. But there is also the issue that he has not been his old self after recovering from an injury. Following Del Potro as the 4th preferred is Novak Djokovic, a Serbian pro tennis player who is currently ranked the World No. 3 by the Association of Tennis Proffessionals (ATP).

The 3rd top favorite is Andy Murray who has won 2 of the last 3 Master shields. Murray is considered to be one of the right hard courters almost now. Murray surpassed Federer on that surface. This was proved by the back to back wins by Murray over Federer from Toronto and Shanghai. The 2nd top favored is, of course, Federer who is probing to defend his only active Grabd Slam title.

The current peak preferred is Rafael Nadal. Although Nadala is certainly a threat, he is also prone to injury and is presently priced at genuinely short odds. Betting credibility with Nadal is not that significant and he can be ignored for that rationale even if he is a peak ranked player on tour.

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