Tennis Betting Advice - January 2022

Our plan for the Australian Open...

Friday 14th January 2022

The first Grand Slam of the year kicks off on Sunday night. We’re off to Melbourne Park, which has been the scene of some massive winners in recent times…

Our plan for the Australian Open…

Play starts late on Sunday night, UK time. As a Ones to Watch member, you get all of this:

  • Daily email service for the Australian Open – analysis, insight, and bet advice every day of the tournament, direct to your inbox 
  • Outright Winner picks – backing appealing outsiders at attractive Each Way prices
  • Match selections – Match Winners, underdogs and standout prices across a variety of markets
  • Members-only access – I’ll be on hand every day to help you out. With an exclusive email address for you to contact me during the tournament:

Starting this Sunday, 16th January. Your Australian Open daily email will be sent to you by 5pm, every day of the tournament.

The Australian Open draws have been made. I’ll be studying them over the weekend, along with the 1st round matches & markets. Not to mention keeping tabs on the Novak Djokovic saga…

Once again, you and I will be going after the big prices, backing youngsters and outsiders to spring the latest Grand Slam surprise…

A history of big prices Down Under…

Melbourne Park has proved a great venue for big-odds hunters in recent times. With plenty of surprises, with long-shots & underdogs going deep to the semi finals and finals – at some massive prices.

This list should whet your appetite…

Australian Open FINALS:

(Pre-tournament Outright Winner odds in brackets)

  • 2014 – Dominika Cibulkova – Women’s Runner-Up (200/1)
  • 2014 – Stan Wawrinka – Men’s Winner (66/1)
  • 2016 – Angelique Kerber – Women’s Winner (50/1)
  • 2017 – Venus Williams – Women’s Runner-Up (100/1)
  • 2018 – Marin Cilic – Men’s Runner-Up (33/1)
  • 2020 – Sofia Kenin – Women’s Winner (50/1)
  • 2020 – Garbine Muguruza – Women’s Runner-Up (40/1)
  • 2020 – Dominic Thiem – Men’s Runner-Up (22/1)
  • 2021 – Jennifer Brady – Women’s Runner-Up (33/1)

Also, reaching the SEMI FINALS in the last four years:

  • 2018 – Hyeon Chung – Men’s Semi Finals (300/1)
  • 2018 – Kyle Edmund – Men’s Semi Finals (100/1)
  • 2019 – Stefanos Tsitsipas – Men’s Semi Finals (50/1)
  • 2019 – Lucas Pouille – Men’s Semi Finals (200/1)
  • 2019 – Danielle Collins – Women’s Semi Finals (500/1)
  • 2021 – Karolina Muchova – Women’s Semi Finals (100/1)
  • 2021 – Aslan Karatsev – Men’s Semi Finals (1,000/1)

As those winners, runners-up and semi-finalists show – players reaching the business end of the tournament at big odds are a frequent occurrence at the Australian Open…

Going after outsiders & underdogs and young & improving players at attractive Each Way prices is what your Ones to Watch service is all about.

  • We’re already on four young outsiders for the Australian Open 2022. Get the details of those ante-post picks here. More to follow in your Day 1 email on Sunday
  • And remember: your new Ones to Watch in 2022 report contains several more youngsters to look out for this season. View the report here

Lookout for your Australian Open Day 1 email on Sunday at 5pm.

Enjoy the tennis…

Best wishes,

Tom Wilson

Tom Wilson

Ones to Watch