Australian Open Tennis 2024

Melbourne Park, Victoria - 14th - 28th January

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    14th - 28th January, Melbourne Park, Victoria

    The first of the four Grand Slam tennis events held each year will soon begin with the Australian Open held in Melbourne, Victoria. Defending Champions Novak Djokovic and Aryna Sabalenka return to try to retain their titles at Melbourne Park where the tournament has been staged to large crowds since 1988.

    Men’s, women’s and mixed doubles tournaments run alongside the main events , together with the increasingly popular wheelchair tournaments. All matches are played on hard courts, producing fast -paced exciting tennis.


    Over the past two decades the men’s tournament has been dominated by the big three, Djokovic , Federer and Nadal . Since Safin’s win in 2005 only Stan Wawrinka’s victory in 2014 has broken their hold on the tournament. With Federer now retired and Nadal injury prone, it looks like Djokovic will have to hold off the up-and-coming stars looking to collect their first Australian Open title. Carlos Alcaraz (3/1) and Jannik Sinner (6/1) head the list of hopefuls but with Djokovic a hot favourite at 10/11 they’ll have to produce some top tennis to pick up the title.

    N. DJOKOVIC10/11
    C. ALCARAZ11/4
    J. SINNER13/2
    D. MEDVEDEV7/1
    R. NADAL11/1
    A. ZVEREV22/1
    H. RUNE25/1
    S. TSITSIPAS33/1
    Others upon request


    The women’s tournament appears to be a lot more open this year, with many established Stars at the top of the betting. Swiatek (11/4), Sabalenka (9/2), Rybakina (13/2) and Coco Gauff (9/1) should all go deep into the competition and two times previous winner Naomi Osaka will be a dangerous outsider at 16/1.

    I. SWIATEK9/4
    E. RYBAKINA7/1
    C. GUAFF7/1
    J. PEGULA14/1
    O. JABEUR18/1
    K. MUCHOVA18/1
    Q. ZHENG22/1
    Others upon request