Tennis Betting: Australian Open 2015 Odds

The Australian Open is the first Grand Slam of the year, and though tennis odds are all about the US Open right now, there is nothing wrong with looking ahead a little bit and seeing how next year is shaping up to start. Not surprisingly, Serbian Novak Djokovic is white-hot at the moment, and is expected to go back to his winning ways down under, after losing the Australian Open for the first time in three years in 2014. Also unsurprisingly, Rafael Nadal and Andy Murray are close behind Djokovic.
Australian Open Men’s Singles 2015 Outright Odds:

•    Novak Djokovic 7/4
•    Rafael Nadal 5/2
•    Andy Murray 7/2
•    Stanislas Wawrinka 10/1
•    Juan Martin del Potro 14/1
•    Grigor Dimitrov 20/1
•    Roger Federer 22/1
•    Tomas Berdych 25/1
•    Ernests Gulbis 40/1
•    Milos Raonic 40/1
•    Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 50/1
•    Jerzy Janowicz 66/1
•    Kei Nishikori 66/1
•    Bernard Tomic 100/1
•    David Ferrer 100/1
•    Gael Monfils 100/1
•    John Isner  100/1
•    Richard Gasquet 100/1
•    Nicolas Almagro 150/1
•    Fabio Fognini 200/1
•    Philipp Kohlschreiber 250/1


Women will also see action in the Australian Open, and  on perennial favorite Serena Williams is pretty much a given, but she’ll face competition from the likes of Maria Sharapova and Li Na.


Australian Open Women’s Singles 2015 Outright Odds:


•    Serena Williams 7/4
•    Victoria Azarenka 10/3
•    Maria Sharapova 13/2
•    Li Na 7/1
•    Eugenie Bouchard 8/1
•    Simona Halep 8/1
•    Petra Kvitova 12/1
•    Sloane Stephens 20/1
•    Agnieszka Radwanska 22/1
•    Angelique Kerber 25/1
•    Ana Ivanovic 40/1
•    Garbiñe Muguruza 40/1
•    Sabine Lisicki 40/1
•    Sam Stosur 40/1
•    Dominika Cibulkova 50/1
•    Caroline Wozniacki 66/1
•    Flavia Pennetta 66/1
•    Jelena Jankovic 66/1
•    Kirsten Flipkens 80/1
•    Maria Kirilienko 125/1
•    Carla Suarez Navarro 150/1
•    Sara Errani 150/1


Bet you can’t wait to see who wins the US Open so that we can start it all over again next year, right? And if you’re worried about the same guys being eternal favorites, just think about how Nadal and Djokovic have somewhat taken the places of Andy Murray and Roger Federer.