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Australian Open Betting Odds 2024

Top-rated tennis betting bookmakers are here to post prices for the 2024 Australian Open. The first leg of the Tennis Grand Slam played out at Margaret Court, Rod Laver, and Melbourne arenas in February 2024. Watch this Australian Open betting preview for regular price updates and betting tips as future editions of the event draw near!

Congratulations to Jannik Sinner and Aryna Sabalenka on winning this year’s Men’s and Women’s singles tournaments at the Open!

Looking back at the 2024 Australian Open

The 2024 Australian Open, a prestigious Grand Slam tennis tournament, unfolded at Melbourne Park from January 14 to 28 ,2024, marking the 112th edition of the event and the 56th in the Open Era. As the inaugural major of the year, the competition featured professional players in singles, doubles, and mixed doubles, with junior and wheelchair players also showcasing their talents in singles and doubles events.

Novak Djokovic, the defending men’s singles champion, faced a formidable challenge in the semifinals against Jannik Sinner, who ultimately emerged victorious. Sinner continued his impressive run by defeating Daniil Medvedev in a thrilling five-set final, securing his first career major title.

On the women’s side, Aryna Sabalenka successfully defended her singles title, securing her second major championship by defeating Zheng Qinwen without dropping a set throughout the tournament.

Adding a unique chapter to its 119-year history, this edition of the Australian Open Tennis Championships stood out as the first to commence on an opening Sunday.

The Australian Open is the first slam of the year and never fails to disappoint. The 2024 edition was no exception, and tennis fans around the globe were treated to some blockbuster matches and fascinating results. 

We look forward to 2024 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.

While Sinner and Sabalenka were the tournament winners, there were plenty of other notable Australian Open 2024 results.

In a captivating showdown at the 2024 Australian Open, Jannik Sinner scripted a remarkable comeback against Daniil Medvedev in the men’s singles final. Sinner claimed his first major singles title with a hard-fought victory, overcoming a two-set deficit to triumph 3–6, 3–6, 6–4, 6–4, 6–3. This historic win marked the first major singles title for an Italian player, breaking new ground in both the men’s and women’s categories at the Australian Open.

Sinner, at 22, etched his name in history as the youngest men’s singles champion and finalist at the Australian Open since Novak Djokovic in 2008. His achievement also made him the second Italian man in the Open Era to secure a singles major, following in the footsteps of Adriano Panatta at the 1976 French Open. Moreover, Sinner became the first new Australian Open men’s singles champion in a decade, succeeding Stan Wawrinka’s victory in 2014. Notably, this final marked the first time since 2005 that none of the Big Three—Djokovic, Federer, and Nadal—featured in the Australian Open final.

In a display of dominance, Aryna Sabalenka, the defending champion, secured victory in the women’s singles final at the 2024 Australian Open by defeating Zheng Qinwen with a commanding scoreline of 6–3, 6–2. This triumph marked Sabalenka’s second major singles title, and she showcased her prowess by not dropping a set throughout the tournament, conceding only 31 games in total—the fewest at this major since 2022. Notably, Sabalenka achieved the historic feat of being the first player to successfully defend the women’s singles title at the Australian Open since Victoria Azarenka in 2013.

Adding to the tournament’s historical significance, six former champions—Sabalenka, Naomi Osaka, Sofia Kenin, Caroline Wozniacki, Angelique Kerber, and Azarenka—graced the main draw, a first in the event’s history. The third-round upset of world No. 1 Iga Świątek by Linda Nosková marked the earliest exit of a top seed at the Australian Open since 1979, and the first instance of a top seed failing to reach the round of 16 since the draw expanded to 128 players in 1988. Nosková, a teenager, became the first of her age group to defeat a world No. 1 at a major since Petra Kvitová in 2009.

The 2024 Australian Open took place in January 2024, in Melbourne Park. 

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 FAQ

Where is the Australian Open?

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.

When is the Australian Open?

The Australian Open takes place every year for two weeks, starting in January. The 2024 Australian Opens runs from January 14th to January 28th.

What is the Australian Open?

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

Can I bet on it?

Yes, Canadians can legally bet on the Australian Open.

Where can I bet on it?

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.

What types of bets are available 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.

Where can I watch the games in Canada?

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.

How long is the tournament?

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

How much is the prize money?

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.

What is the Australian Open court surface made of?

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.

What are the various types of tennis bets available?

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.

Can you bet on each Set?

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?

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.

What are the most popular types of tennis bets?

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. 

Is In-Play Betting available for Majors and Grand Slams?

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.