WTA Australian Open

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About WTA Australian Open

Australian Open is one of the major tennis tournaments throughout the year and oddspedia.com gives you the chance to find the highest possible odds and compare them. That way, you are sure to make the most profitable bet and turn your hobby into something more.

The Australian Open was founded in 1905 and since then it is one of the four Grand Slam tournaments. In the beginning, the surface of the courts was grass, but since 1988 the surface is hard, with being green Rebound Ace from 1988 until 2007 and blue Plexicushion from 2008 until nowadays. Since 1972, the tournament is held in Melbourne, and since 1988, at Melbourne Park. The original name of the tournament was the Australasian Championships, but it got its present name in 1965.

The Australian Open can rely on a very high attendance, being topped only by the US Open. It also is the first tournament from the Grand Slam, where matches can be played indoors in case of rain or extreme heat. The tennis player with most titles is Roy Emerson with 6 titles, but Novak Djokovic has all chances to claim that title in a few years. In the Women’s tournament, the most title player is Margaret Court with the astonishing 11 titles - a record that is very hard to beat by any current tennis player.

The Grand Slam tournaments begin with the Australian Open in the middle of January. Be sure to not miss it and also try your luck with our betting odds comparison tool. That way, you will bet only with the highest available odds from world-wide popular bookmakers.