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Australian Open 2009 - Mens
This year’s Australian Open is just around the corner and
Sportingbet are on the case with all the odds for the opening Grand
Slam of the season. Looking at the Outright market one thing stands
out straight away, Andy Murray has officially moved up alongside the
‘Big 3’ players of world tennis and therefore created a ‘Big 4’.
Not only that, but he’s a shorter price for outright glory than two
Three time winner Roger Federer remains 5/2 favourite at the head of
Sportingbet’s market, with the enigmatic Scotsman just a shade
behind him at 11/4.
So where are Nadal and Djokovic? Well, obviously not too far away,
but both can be backed at 7/2 for 2009 glory in Melbourne. If you
think that Djokovic can repeat last year’s win or if Nadal can raise
his game on his least favourite, hardcourt surface, then it
certainly looks a fair price.
So what about the others? Is there really such a vast gulf in
quality that we can consider just 4 players as potential winners of
this year’s Australian Open?
Almost, but not quite.
There’s often an unexpected name in the latter stages of these big
tournaments and last year was no different as Frenchman, Jo-Wilfried
Tsonga, battled his way past most of the big names only to be undone
by an in-form Djokovic in the final. He can be backed at 16/1 for
this year’s tournament with 2008’s big improver, Juan Marin Del
Potro at 20/1. Below that it’s the sometimes mercurial David
Nalbandian at 33/1 with Gael Monfils at the same price. For US fans,
if you think this is the year that the power of Andy Roddick could
win the day, 50/1 is your reward!
Check Sportingbet’s market now and make your own mind up!