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  1. 2011 Australian Open Tennis Betting Tips & Preview
    January 5th, 2011 / Lee A Jackson
    You will have seen the tennis betting markets creeping on you at your online bookmaker, those offering odds on Andy Murray to win the Australian Open. The ATP Tour season has just broken ground for the new year, and so quickly after the short winter break, the players have to get back into top gear as the Australian Open, the first Grand Slam of the Year is right on their doorstep. In preparation, there are some good ATP Tour tournaments going on, but just like last year, Andy Murray passed them by in order to get some warm up action in at the Hopman Cup along with partner Laura Robson. But very soon it will be all off to Melbourne Park for the big tennis festival Down Under. Realistically you only have to look at four main challengers to win the men’s side of the Australian Open, and you can even narrow that down a little further when you take into consideration that between them, Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer have won 21 out of the last twenty three Grand Slams in total. The draw has not been released as of yet for the Australian Open, but the top seeds are always kept apart anyway, so there is no danger of big clashes until the latter stages of the competition. There is a huge list of illustrious names in the record books as winner of the Australian Open, since its inauguration in 1969. Andrei Agassi, Boris Becker, Pete Sampras, Ivan Lendl, Stefan Edberg and Jimmy Connors. But the modern Grand Slams have been owned by Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal, and the Australian Open, in particular by Federer. Who is going to run deep into the tournament this year? Which four players will we see in the semi finals? Maybe the Nadal v Federer final is the one that tennis fans, that the Grand Slam itself deserves to see. It is never a dull moment when they come together. Nadal holds a 14-8 head to head record over Federer. The last time they met in the final of a Grand Slam, was in 2009 at the Australian Open, when Nadal won in an epic five sets.
    Here we present a guide to the 2011 Australian Open, as it will be worth getting some Antepost tennis betting down right now.
    Rafael Nadal: 2/1 at Boylesports
    This is the one Grand Slam that the super Spaniard did not win last year. That was because he had to retire through injury against Andy Murray in the quarter finals. Nadal has had his hands on the Australian Open title though, when he won it back in 2009 and Nadal holds a 25-5 match record at Melbourne Park. The world number one is currently out in Doha, playing in the same tournament as Roger Federer, and that one will be a good one to watch, so that you can study your betting. Ultimately your choice is either going to come down to Nadal or Federer for the title. The Doha tournament could be a good indicator of form, because they are expected to meet in the final, and that will be just over a week before the start of the Australian Open. Federer had the last laugh last season, beating Nadal in the World Tour Finals in London, but Nadal had the upper hand throughout the rest of the season really. His three Grand Slam titles will attest to that. On paper, he should be favourite. Really, how much better can this man get? There is talk of him walking away this season with all four Grand Slams. It could start here.
    Roger Federer: 5/2 at Totesport
    The defending Champion and the one likely to push Nadal all of the way for the title. These two really are so incredibly dominant in the sport, that everyone is expecting one of them to win this one. Hardly surprising really, as Federer has won the Australian Open four times in his long and illustrious career, and he sure has come a long way from being a losing qualifier back in 1999. Since 2004, Federer has not finished lower than the semi finals, so he always makes a good bet. He is a class act, and while his overall season last year was not as productive as it generally was expected to be, he still showed his signs of brilliance throughout. Perhaps there are signs that he is going to towards the end of his career, but the Fed Express certainly won’t hear talk of it. The man with 66 Tour Titles, 16 Grand Slams titles and a phenomenal 81% winning record in his singles career, is not going to go away very easily. Watch for his fitness in Doha. He is one of the most driven and dedicated and passionate sportsmen in the world. Pay close attention to how sharp he is looking right now. The Grand Slams are long and arduous affairs.
    Andy Murray: 7/1 at Bwin
    Here is Britain’s big hope again, starting another year being surrounded by speculations of whether or not he will finally win a Grand Slam. He came close at Melbourne Park last year, where he reached the final. He played some great tennis along the way, and really looked as if he was going to step up to the mark. However, he ran into Roger Federer in the final, who was in no mood to give anything away, and Murray simply didn’t have enough of an answer to Federer’s big, testing questions. Towards the end of last season, Murray looked to be getting back to his best, after a disaster at the US Open. He was carrying on through a large part of the season with no coach, and again at times he just looked disjointed and out of sorts with himself for no apparent reason. There is a very thin line between being good and being great, and it is finding that top level of performance week in, week out, that Murray needs to discover. That is the only way he is going to match Nadal and Federer. By his own right though, Murray is a very good player, and on his day he really looks unstoppable. Great footwork, one of the best returners of the ball in the business, and you can visibly tell when his confidence is high. Last year’s appearance at the Australian Open resulted in only his second Grand Slam final. Both times he lost to Roger Federer. That is the benchmark by which he has to set his standards. Looked a bit jet lagged at the Hopman Cup first round, was struggling with his breathing, but is there in Australia to acclimatise.
    Novak Djokovic: 9/1 at Bwin
    This is a great guy to way, full fire and determination, and seems to enjoy his tennis on the court. He is one of the best players in the world, and is currently warming up at the Hopman Cup with Serbian counterpart Ana Ivanovic (where they are favourites). Unlike Andy Murray, Djokovic has the distinction of being called a Grand Slam winner. He achieved the feat back at the 2008 Australian Open, so Melbourne Park has been a happy hunting ground for him. Only he, and Juan Martin Del Potro have managed to break up the Nadal and Federer dominance at the Grand Slams of tennis. Djokovic has reached the quarter finals of the last two Australian Opens, and reached the final of the US Open towards the end of last year. However, Djokovic has rarely been able to find a way past the elite of Nadal and Federer when it has mattered most. Neither in the Grand Slams, nor in the regular ATP Tour. He digs in well and gives all he can, you can see that, just as he did against Nadal in the US Open final, but his best just looks as if it is not good enough to topple the best. For example, Djokovic has won just six of the nineteen meetings against Federer in his career. The Serbian should be in the running at the quarter final stages, and is still a potential outside winner if something goes wrong with the top seeds.
    Juan Martin Del Potro: 35/1 at Bwin
    At some of the bookmakers, the Argentinean is priced down as low as 9/1 (at William Hill). This is because he comes into this Australian Open as a bit of an unknown quantity. So why is he being mentioned? Well, it is because he was the 2009 US Open champion, beating Roger Federer in the final. In the same year he finished runner up at the end of season finals and lost in the final of the ATP 1000 Masters Final in Montreal to Andy Murray. Del Potro, at the point of winning the US Open, looked to have the world at his feet, and that the ATP was not going to be all about Federer and Nadal. He looked that good, and was rightly been enthused about as a great talent, who had come on leaps and bounds. However, his 2010 season was wiped out due to injury and now the youngster is looking to get back on track. Was scheduled to play the US Open last year but withdrew as he felt that he wasn’t ready. Lost a couple of tournaments in the first round after that, and so it will be interesting to see if the same old talent is there.

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