The Australian Open is the first Grand Slam of each calendar year, played on hard courts at Melbourne Park in weeks three and four of each season, before the South American clay and European indoor hard segments in the tour calendar. This page should help you pinpoint some solid Australian Open betting strategies.
The format of the Australian Open is straightforward, featuring 128 players in each of the men’s and women’s singles events, with no players receiving first-round byes. There are 32 seeds, completely based on world rankings at a specific cut-off date, and unlike Wimbledon, the tournament director will not get creative with his seedings. As with all Grand Slams, the men play best of five sets - an arduous test of fitness - while the women play best of three.
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