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Ashleigh Barty Wins Australian Open in Two Sets

ashleigh barty wins australian openAshleigh Barty wins Australian Open Saturday. She won against grand slam final rookie Danielle Collins in straight sets. Also, the top-ranked player dominated the tournament to become the first Australian to win the singles event since 1978.

Australian tennis fans needed to stand by over forty years for one of their own to be delegated Australian Open champion. According to sportsbook pay per head reviews and news sites, the last Aussie Australian Open winner was Chris O'Neil.

According to per head sportsbook sources, Barty now won three grand slam titles. Her first two titles came from the 2019 French Open and 2021 Wimbledon. Also, the tennis star is the most dominant female player today.

Ashleigh Barty Wins Australian Open

Neither one of the players gave any indications of nerves in the initial stages and traded a few rankling shots from the get-go.

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2018 US Open Predictions

2018 US OPENThe 2018 US Open is the 4th, and the last men’s Grand Slam Tournament of the year. It is unsurprising to say the least that sports bettors – professional and recreational- are lining up their bets. Likewise, bookies are scrambling to get all wagers in before the US Open starts. If you are a bookie and you need a good sportsbook to manage your business, check out some Sportsbook PPH Reviews. For now, take a look at some expert opinions on the 2018 US Open Predictions.

Currently, Novak Djokovic is the favorite at +225 on the money line for the Men’s Open. Meaning, you risk $100 to win $225. Meanwhile, Rafael Nadal moved from +350 to +300. Also, 5-time US Open Champion Roger Federer is not +500 from +450. There are a lot of great wagering options available for this round of the US Open.

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2015 Wimbledon Betting Preview

 

2015 Wimbledon Betting PreviewWe are one week away from the start of the 20115 Wimbledon Championships, with the most prestigious tennis tournament in the world beginning on June 29th and running through July 12th. Betting on tennis offers a variety of online sports betting  options, and here we break down the favorites in both the men’s and women’s singles.

If history is any indication, then there are really only four players that have a realistic chance of taking the Men’s Singles Championship at Wimbledon this year. Going back the last 12 years, the Gentlemen’s Final has been won by either Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, or Andy Murray. An in each of the last four years, the runner-up also came from that group.

Of those four, Rafael Nadal has failed to reach the Championship Match in each of the last three years, and he is listed as the longshot in that group with a 12:1 payout. Djokovic is the favorite at even money, while Murray is +250 and Federer is +550.

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Tennis Betting: US Open Update

Tennis Betting: US Open Update We are three rounds in to the US Open (two round completed on the women’s side), and while most of the major contenders are still around, there have been quite a few upsets in both the men’s singles and women’s singles brackets. Top-seeded Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams have advanced with little trouble, but some of their top competition have already fallen.

Three of the top 16 seeded players on the men’s side couldn’t advance past the first round. The major upset in this bracket saw fourth-seeded Kei Nishikori fall in five sets against Benoit Paire.

Third-seeded Andy Murray was nearly a victim of the upset bug, falling behind two sets against Adrian Mannarino before rallying to win the final three sets to advance.

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