Jannik Sinner featured in our 2024 Australian Open odds

2024 Australian Open Odds: Sinner's Historic Comeback

The first Grand Slam of the new year is over. The entertaining No. 2 Aryna Sabalenka defended her title down under, not dropping a single set all tournament. Meanwhile, No. 4 Jannik Sinner put up a fight after being down two sets to No. 3 Medvedev in the finals, battling through a comeback to win 3-6, 3-6, 6-4, 6-4, 6-4.

He became the first player to win the Grand Slam outside of the big three (Djokovic, Nadal and Federer) since 2015. 

Let's break down the tennis betting picks for the men’s and women’s sides based on the most recent Australian Open odds.

Who Are The ATP Australian Open Betting Favorites? 

ATP – Men’s 2024 Australian Open Odds
Jannik Sinner-235
Alexander Zverev+300
Daniil Medvedev+600

Odds as of January 26

Favorites To Win The Men’s Australian Open: jannik sinner (-235)

A competitive men's group has been cut down with No. 4 Sinner defeating No. 5 Rublev and No. 2 Alcaraz being shockingly eliminated in the quarterfinals, too. 

The Italian has been having the tournament of his career, dropping just a single set that came in the semifinals. Djokovic, who was eager to defend his title and earn his 25th Grand Slam championship, was stunned by Sinner (6-1, 6-2, 6-7, 6-3). That's some incredibly solid results against the world's number one. 

Who Are The WTA Australian Open Betting Favorites?

WTA – Women’s 2024 Australian Open Odds
Aryna Sabalenka-135
Qinwen Zheng+600

Odds as of January 26

Favorite To Win The Women’s Australian Open: Aryna Sabalenka (-135)

Up until last year, No. 2 Sabalenka didn't have the best resume in Melbourne, being bounced out of the tournament in the fourth round during her two most recent visits. Then, the 25-year-old defied all odds and took home her first Australian Open title in 2023, where she was +1200 ahead of the opening round. 

Sabalenka's route to hoisting the trophy has gotten a lot easier with big names like Swiatek, Rybakina, Jabeur, Haddad Maia and Svitolina all being eliminated from the tournament. 

Perhaps a little biased, but I am a massive fan of Sabalenka's game. The Belarusian is pure muscle and releases insane power with each serve and swing. She is currently playing some of her best tennis. She has yet to drop a set through this tournament as she gears up for the finals against Qinwen Zheng.

Last 10 Australian Open Winners

Last 10 Australian Open Men’s and Women’s Singles Winners and opening Odds
YearMen’s Singles WinnerOpening OddsWomen’s Singles WinnerOpening Odds
2024Jannik Sinner+600Aryna Sabalenka+450
2023Novak Djokovic+110Aryna Sabalenka+1200
2022Rafael Nadal+700Ashleigh Barty+500
2021Novak Djokovic+110Naomi Osaka+500
2020Novak Djokovic+175Sofia Kenin+4000
2019Novak Djokovic+130Naomi Osaka+1000
2018Roger Federer+350Caroline Wozniacki+3300
2017Roger Federer+2000Serena Williams+185
2016Novak Djokovic-125Angelique Kerber+5000
2015Novak Djokovic+125Serena Williams+175

Djokovic, as you can see, is a powerhouse Down Under. He owns the most Australian Open titles with 10. The closest to his lead is Roger Federer with six.

It’s interesting to note that women’s singles underdogs have a greater tendency to emerge as champions in the tournament compared to the men’s side. Five of the last 10 Australian Open women’s victors have had opening odds of +1000 or higher.

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