Australian Open 2019, Where To Watch, dates, seeded players playing.



The Australian Open is the first grand slam tennis event of the season and we are just days away from the start of it. We have many talking points going into the event, can Roger Federer win another title at 37, or will Novak Djokovic win his third grand slam in a row? As far as the women go, all eyes will be on Serena Williams, can she finally land a grand slam after returning from giving birth last year, she has gone close twice, will this be third time lucky.

When Does the 2019 Australian Open Start?

The Australian Open will begin on January 14, with the final of the men’s tournament being played on January 27, with the women’s final a day earlier. We have wall to wall coverage in the UK from Eurosport, with the two main courts covered on their two TV channels as well as extensive coverage from the other courts available on the Eurosport Player.

2019 Australian Open Men’s Preview

Reigning champion Roger Federer is back at the age of 37 to defend his title, although he is going to have to be at his very best to defeat Novak Djokovic, who is in peak form. Djokovic has won the last two grand slam events and comes here looking to make it three in a row. The Serbian player and Federer both have six Australian Open titles to their name, so they clearly like this place and both have great chances to win.

Djokovic is the 6/5 favourite to win the tournament with Karamba, which is no surprise considering his recent form. Federer is second best at 5/1 while the value bet may be Alexander Zverev at 8/1 if the young German can keep his high level of play up in five-set games.

2019 Australian Open Women‘s Preview

The women’s competition has a wide open feel to it this season, although all of the focus will be on Serena Williams. The 37-year-old won this event in 2017 when she was eight weeks pregnant, and since coming back from that she has finished runner up in the last two grand slam events. Winning this would be a remarkable feat, but you cannot discount her from doing so.

Karamba have Serena Williams as the 4/1 favourite to win the title, and her biggest danger may be the current world number one Simona Halep. She was beaten in the final last year, but won the French Open in June, her first grand slam, and she is 10/1 to win this title.

Australian Open Accumulator Offer

If you are going to place daily accumulators on the games taking place at the Australian Open alongside picking your outright fancies then be sure to take advantage of an accumulator offer. The Karamboost offer from Karamba pays you out a percentage bonus on top of your winnings when you land a winning accumulator with them. This starts at 4% for a winning fourfold but goes all the way up to a 77% bonus for a winning 15 fold. Accumulators are very popular with tennis gamblers, be sure to use an offer to boost the winnings when you can.

Australian Open 2019 Betting Preview

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