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2020 Australian Open Tennis Odds: Singles Favorites Lines

Everything’s set for the 2020 Australia Open, the first Grand Slam of the year!

This tournament takes place on fast hard courts, with the seven-time winner and current champion Novak Djokovic as the top favorite to win his eighth trophy and Naomi Osaka defending here title and looking forward to her second title.

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2020 Australian Open Tennis Odds: Men’s Draw

These are the favorites to win the men’s competition:

Novak Djokovic Betting Odds +115

The Serbian has ruled the Australian Open for a while now, and, at 32, he’s once again the favorite to raise the Daphne Akhurst Memorial Trophy.

He just defeated Shapalov, Anderson, Monfils, Medvedev, and Rafa Nadal at the ATP Cup, leading his country to victory.

The speed and the movement of the Serbian seem to be intact, but according to sources, he’s showing some late elbow problems.

The superstar tennis player got some treatment for this ailment during the ATP Cup, the same reason why he was forced to retire from the US Open. If he’s healthy, it’s quite difficult to see anyone beating the best hardcourt player in history.

Rafael Nadal Betting Odds +300

According to those in the know, Nadal will be playing under vulnerable conditions that already affected his performance at the ATP Cup.

Humidity is the enemy, as this factor has always played against the accomplished Spaniard. When playing under these conditions, Nadal protects his wrists with tape as his wristbands slide away due to sweat, and this can be a big problem for Nadal.

The Spanish player has won the Australian Open once, back in 2009, and he’s looking for his second title and his first Grand Slam of the year.

Roger Federer Betting Odds +700

Federer, the oldest of the top 3 favorites, will be looking for his seventh Melbourne trophy, and his 21st Grand Slam title overall.

The Swiss will be opening versus Steve Johnson, and this is good news for Federer fans and those betting on him as he has a current 2-0 head-to-head record versus Johnson.

He also defeated Filip Krajinovic 3 times in the past for a 3-0 overall record, and it will be Hubert Hurkacz in the third round who can prove a little more challenging for Federer.

Daniil Medvedev Betting Odds +700

He was the summer sensation last year, managing to make it to back-to-back finals in Montreal and Washington before getting his first victory at a Masters 1000 in Cincinnati.

He was then able to carry that great form to the US Open, making it to the final and playing phenomenal tennis against Nadal, to whom he lost in five sets.

After such great performances, it seems like this tennis player answered most of the questions related to his conditioning, But, it’s also worth to notice that he faded physically while playing versus Djokovic in Melbourne last year.

So, if Medvedev can manage the intense heat and the humidity i in Melbourne, he has a shot at beating the veterans.

Dominic Thiem Betting Odds +1400

This tennis player was able to increase his level at the end of last year, getting a title in Vienna, and most importantly, making it to the ATP World Tour Final, defeating Djokovic and Federer in that process.

Thiem counts with all the necessary weapons for a deep run in the Aussie territory.

His serve is outstanding and always earns him some easy points. Plus, it’s tough for rivals to defend against his potent ball striking.

He also possesses excellent durability and stamina, and those will be doubtlessly necessary versus the top names in the tournament, like Nadal and Djokovic.

2020 Australian Open Tennis Odds: Women’s Draw

Now it’s time to check out who the favorites are in women’s singles:

Naomi Osaka Betting Odds +600

She’s the defending champ and has gone through some coaching changes that have allowed her to go from good to outstanding.

All in all, she has regained her form, winning both the China Open and the Toray Pan Pacific Open at the end of 2019.

She also did great at Brisbane this year, winning three matches to lose to Karolina Pliskova in the final.

Indeed, those recent games have served Osaka well, and she seems ready and in great shape for the Australian Open.

Serena Williams Betting Odds +400

This Williams sister has fallen short of titles lately, losing four major finals in the past three years.

She was able to win her first title in Auckland last week after going title-less since the 2017 Australian Open. She has regained her confidence and rhythm and seems ready to go against the best.

Never underestimate any small titles, as these can give players the boost needed to get inspired and go for bigger things, and this is where Williams is standing right now.

Aryna Sabalenka Betting Odds

The question with this female Aryna is “when,” and not “if.” This 21-year-old talented future tennis star has all the technical and physical attributes to start winning majors like the best of them.

And, at 1.82 meters, she’s also taller than the rest of the players in the tournament, and so she counts with a height advantage, allowing her to create extra power in an effortless way related to her serve and her groundstrokes.

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