Australian Open Tennis
The Australian Open 2010 is quickly approaching and some punters are already looking at the calendar and working out the form for the Australian Open.
Last year’s winner was of course the triumphant Raphael Nadal. This section has all the latest news for the Australian Open. Betfair has the best odds, on average offering up to 20% better odds than the bookies.
John Harms reflects on the 2010 Australian Open Finals.Read more »
Belgian star Justine Henin will claim her second Australian Open on Saturday, predicts Tony Keen.Read more »
Betfair customers have been fortunate enough to enjoy the services of international tennis betting guru Scott Ferguson for the 2010 Australian Open. Back by popular demand in advance of this weekend's finals, check out Scott's last analysis of the Open....Read more »
The Swiss ace will move one step closer towards his fourth Australian Open title, says Tony Keen.Read more »
Scottish star Andy Murray will take aim at his first grand slam title, while Belgian phoenix, Justine Henin, will rise from the ashes to reach her third Australian Open final, predicts Tony KeenRead more »
Federer and Williams will move into the final four of the Australian Open, says Tony KeenRead more »
British young gun Andy Murray and Belgian star Justine Henin will progress through to the semi-finals of the Australian Open, says Tony Keen Read more »
Lleyton Hewitt and Samantha Stosur will be bundled out of the Australian Open by world number-one players Roger Federer and Serena Williams, predicts Tony KeenRead more »
Andy Roddick and Rafael Nadal will move through to the quarter finals of the Australian Open with straight-sets victories over their fourth-round opponents, says Tony Keen.Read more »
Tony Keen thinks Lleyton Hewitt will move into the fourth round of the Australian Open with a win over Marcos Baghdatis, in yet another classic contest. Read more »
Tony Keen predicts Kim Clijsters and Justine Henin will move one step closer towards a 'Belgian showdown' in the quarter-final stage of the Australian Open.Read more »
Tony Keen believes Australian trio will progress to the third round of the Australian Open.Read more »
The Australian Open can be a brutal tournament on players who are under-prepared. It rewards those who work the hardest in the off-season, those who give up the festive celebrations in order to perform at their peak under the hot Melbourne sun.Read more »
Ben Caudell opens up a fortnight of Aussie Open tips with a look at one game in either singles tournamentRead more »
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