Australian Open Betting Odds 2022

Top-rated tennis betting bookmakers are here to post prices for the 2022 Australian Open. The first leg of the Tennis Grand Slam plays out at Margaret Court, Rod Laver, and Melbourne arenas from February in 2022. Watch this Australian Open betting preview for regular price updates and betting tips as the event draws near!

Congratulations to Namoi Osaka and Novak Djokovic on winning this year's Men's and Women's singles tournaments at the Open!

2022 Odds Top Men's Contenders Australian Open

The odds in the two tables below were last updated on January 19, 2022:

Australian Open Men's Odds 2022Bet99PowerPlaySports Interaction
Danill Medvedev2.372.502.37
Alexander Zverev3.203.203.50
Rafael Nadal6.506.507.00
Stefanos Tsitsipas17.0017.0017.00
Jannik Sinner17.0017.0018.00

Daniil Medvedev To win Australian Open 2022

2022 Odds Top Women's Contenders Australian Open

Australian Open Women's Odds 2022Bet99PowerPlaySports Interaction
Ashleigh Barty6.006.006.00
Naomi Osaka6.506.506.50
Emma Raducanu9.009.009.00
Aryna Sabalenka11.0011.0011.00
Iga Swiatek11.0011.0011.00
Naomi Osaka To win Australian Open 2022

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Looking back at the Australian Open 2021 Odds and Favorites

If you are looking at Australian Open odds you know that this year's favorite to win this section of the Grand Slam is Novak Djokovic. Djokovic has already accumulated eight titles in this Melbourne-based competition. Like always, he is facing some really tough competition, so in your Australian Open betting do not discount Stan Wawrinka, the 2014 Champion.

Dominic Thiem is another top-contender, though he is flying under the radar much more. Looking at the Australian Open tennis odds, he is not quite at the top. However, last year he almost won the Australian Open, and he actually did win other parts of the Grand Slam. Do not discount his odds to win the Australian Open.

Rafael Nadal is another athlete with great odds heading into the Australian Open. Though he has won 20 Grand Slam championships, his luck in Melbourne has been more measured. His Australian Open finals odds are not as excellent as you might expect. He ha sonly won in the dow-under once, and that was in 2009.

  • Betting on 2022 Australian Open Men's and Women's Champions

    The Australian Open is the first slam of the year and never fails to disappoint. The 2021 edition was no exception, and tennis fans around the globe were treated to some blockbuster matches and fascinating results. 

    We look forward to 2022 and look forward to seeing the biggest stars in the game back in action.

    If you think you're ready to wager - then future bets are the way to go. Check out our tennis odds page, which has plenty of information on other tournaments.

  • Australian Open 2021 odds & results

    • While Djokovic and Osaka were the tournament winners, there were plenty of other notable Australian Open 2021 results.

  • Men's Competition

    The 2021 Australian Open men's final was between two of the best in the business, and while Novak Djokovic went in as the favourite, his odds of 2.25 didn't reflect the struggle he had to go through to claim his eighth title. Remember, the odds available for Djokovic before the event started were not much higher than this mark, so the value was there for all to see.

    The leading sportsbooks had Daniil Medvedev at odds of 5.50 before the final began, perhaps feeling that this would be a match that would at least be close. And it was Daniil lost all three sets with Novak putting on a real show.

  • Women's Competition

    It was the American Naomi Osaka who rose to the occasion in Melbourne, taking the final against Jennifer Brady. She has been on a fairly strong trajectory since her first major title. 

    Her opponent in the final, the American Jennifer Brady, was favourite to win the match. Though Kenin was showing promise throughout the competition and put on her best performance of the tournament in the final.  

    She is the reigning champion at the Australian Open and the youngest American to win a Grand slam Women's singles titles since Serena Williams in 2002.

    Osaka won both sets, taking the final 6-4 6-3. 

  • Australian Open 2022 Dates

    The 2022 Australian Open will take place in January 2022, in Melbourne Park. 

    There's plenty of tennis to be played in the interim, but it sure looks tough to see anyone other than Novak Djokovic winning the tournament in 2022 as long as he stays injury-free.

    Naomi Osaka and rising star Emma Raducanu will be keen to show their worth and clinch the first major title of the year down under. 

Australian Open 2020 Dates

All-time Australian Open Winners

Novak Djokovic became the most successful tennis player in this tournament after winning the 2021 edition. On the other hand, Sofia Kenin triumphed in Australia for the first time in her career.

Australian Open Men's Winners (Open Era)

Djokovic stands alone at the top of the Australian Open winners' list and takes another step closer to challenging Nadal and Federer in the race to be the all-time leader of grand slam victories. 

  • 9 - Novak Djokovic (2008, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2015, 2016, 2019, 2020, 2021)
  • 6 - Roger Federer (2004, 2006, 2007, 2010, 2017, 2018)
  • 4 - Andre Agassi (1995, 2000, 2001, 2003)

Australian Open Women's Winners (Open Era)

Serena Williams leads the title ranking with seven wins.

  • 7 - Serena Williams (2003, 2005, 2007, 2009, 2010, 2015, 2017)
  • 4 - Evonne Goolagong Cawley (1974, 1975, 1976, 1977)
  • 4 - Steffi Graf (1988, 1989, 1990, 1994)
  • 4 - Monica Seles (1991, 1992, 1993, 1996)

Australian Open FAQs

  • The Australian Open takes place every year in Melbourne. The event is held annually at Melbourne Park, with Rod Laver Arena, hosting many of the biggest matches, including the Finals.

  • The Australian Open takes place every year for two weeks, starting in January. The 2022 Australian Opens runs from January 17th to January 30th

  • The Australian Open is the first Grand Slam tennis event on the calendar every year.

  • Yes, Canadians can legally bet on the Australian Open.

  • Canadians can bet on the Australian Open through any of our partners' websites. These online sportsbooks offer high odds and bonuses for new users to bet on the Australian Open.

  • These are two main types of bets available on the Australian Open. The first is tennis futures on what player will win the tournament. The most popular futures are what players will win the Australian Open’s men's singles and women’s singles title. The other bets available are on who will win matches throughout the tournament. Outright winners and tennis prop bets are the most common betting lines on Australian Open matches. 

  • Canadians can watch the Australian Open on TSN and RDS in French-speaking regions. They can also stream additional matches on through the TSN website or app.

  • The Australian Open lasts eight rounds played over two weeks, plus three singles qualifying rounds before the start of the tournament.

  • The total prize money for the Australian Open is $71,000,000 (Australian dollars). The winners of the men’s and women’s singles tournaments each take AUD 4,120,000.

  • The Australian Open’s court surface is hard, meaning it is made of a combination of concrete and asphalt and sealed with acrylic materials to seal it from liquid and provide some cushioning. Hard surfaces are the most common surface type used in professional tennis. 

  • Tennis betting isn't too different than the bulk of the other mainstream sports. There are win/loss (Moneyline) bets, as well as over/under and all the other betting options you'd expect to find. As well as this, there are additional prop bets, which are unique to certain events and tournaments. Here is a breakdown of all the available betting types for tennis:

    • Outright Betting.
    • Match Betting.
    • Handicap Betting.
    • Over/Under Betting.
    • Correct Score.
    • In-Play/Live Betting
    • Prop Bets.
  • Set and game totals are very popular betting lines for tennis fans, allowing bettors to select their favourite players and simply place a wager to see if they'll come out on top.

    Obviously, tennis sets are pivotal to success and can be turning points in the game, which makes for an exciting betting market. Alternatively, bettors can place a simple game-winners bet, which is the most common of all tennis bets.

  • What's a double result bet? Well, double result wagers are common and easy to understand! Normally, this type of bet involves wagering on the 1st set of a match, as well as the overall outcome.

    Bettors have the choice of choosing players who will win the first set and win the match, or that the player will lose the first set but win the match overall. These types of bets are normally saved for bettors who have a depth of knowledge about the match and players.

  • With a variety of bets available, it can be very confusing when it comes to selecting the right betting line. Well, we can't say which is the best per se, but the most popular lines among tennis bettors are Moneyline, Set Spread and the Over/Under. 

  • Absolutely yes. In-Play or Live betting, is arguably the most popular betting line for any mainstream sport, no less tennis which commands a huge in-play betting market. Tennis has so many facets and is made up of games, sets and ultimately match-betting.