Australian Open 2020 Betting Odds Day 10
Nadal, Wawrinka & Halep Ones to Watch on Day 10
You have to dig deep to find value in this one, but you’ll find some excellent matches as we approach the race to the final on Sunday.
Anett Kontaveit v Simona Halep Betting Odds
Halep has continued her good form through 2019 into this tournament and is 4/11 favourite to beat Kontaveit with Paddy Power.
The Estonian is 15/8 with Coral but we’d look more to set betting with 2-0 Halep at Evens with the bookmaker our bet as the Wimbledon winner looks to go all the way.
Garbine Muguruza v Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova Betting Odds
Muguruza goes into this one as a favourite at 13/25 with Unibet, but it is perhaps a little closer to call than the odds suggest.
We expect a close encounter with Pavlyuchenkova at 31/20 with William Hill.
The Spaniard beat Mertens in straight sets which could prove a good punt at 27/20 with Coral but we’d be more inclined to back 2-1 with Unibet at 3/1.
Garbiñe Muguruza firing on all cylinders, defeats No.9 seed Kiki Bertens 63 63 to return to the quarterfinals @AustralianOpen.— WTA Insider (@WTA_insider) January 27, 2020
19 winners, 18 UFE from Muguruza, won 90% of her 1st serve points. 1st B2B Top 10 wins at a Slam since winning 2017 Wimbledon. #AusOpen
Stan Wawrinka v Alexander Zverev Betting Odds
Game of the day is Wawrinka versus Zverev, with the latter just about favorite with Unibet at 16/25.
The Russian has been really firing and 3-1 with Unibet could be a safe punt at 7/2.
Wawrinka is in good form though and has enjoyed the Australian Open previously. 5/4 to win is our bet with the bookmaker and we’d also be tempted by to win 3-2 at 23/4.
Stan Wawrinka, champion in 2014, gets a fantastic win over the world number #4 Daniil Medvedev -- 6-2, 2-6, 4-6, 7-6(2), 6-2 -- to reach the QFs at the #AusOpen. 17th Grand Slam QF for Stan The Man.— José Morgado (@josemorgado) January 27, 2020
Rafael Nadal v Dominic Thiem Betting Odds
Nadal came through a tough encounter with Kyrgios on Tuesday and is favorite with Paddy Power for this one at 1/3.
Thiem could be worth a free bet at 2/1, and we certainly think he’ll take a set.
Nadal is in excellent form though so 3-1 looks the best value bet at 13/5 as he looks to win his first Australian Open in over a decade.
World No 1 Rafael Nadal proved too good for a weary and emotional Nick Kyrgios to reach the Australian Open quarter-finals on Monday.— Sky Sports News (@SkySportsNews) January 27, 2020