Australian Open | Multibet of the Week | January 2024

Check out our best multibets for Monday on Week 2

With fewer matches taking place at Melbourne Park, we can refine our focus a little more. We have chosen to look into the women’s draw specifically, as well as a few picks from the men’s side to combine.  

Aryna Sabalenka, defending champion, will be licking her lips at the last 16 lineup. She is now the market favourite to defend her title in Melbourne. Find out if we are backing her to do so!

Anisimova vs Sabalenka, Women’s Singles 

Sabalenka -5.5 Games @ 1.98 with PlayUp

Sabalenka is the big favourite to defend her title here, she battered Lesia Tsurenko last round - collecting two bagels! Her power is unmatched on the WTA tour and she should be able to wrap this up in 2 sets. 

Fritz vs Tsitsipas, Men’s Singles 

Fritz To Win @ 2.08 with PlayUp

Fritz saw some early money come in for him at the opening price, however we still disagree with the extra few cents above even money here. Tsitsipas is vulnerable and Fritz can expose the fragility in the Greek’s game. 

Andreeva vs Krejcikova, Women’s Singles

Over 21.5 Games @ 1.93 with PlayUp

The 21.5 total seems to be slightly generous for overs, Andreeva pulled through against Parry in a three-setter, while Krejcikova won in three sets against Hunter. We see a lot of twists and turns of momentum in this match. 

Multi Bet of the Weekend

Sinner vs Khachanov, Men’s Singles 

Under 33.5 Games @ 1.85 with PlayUp

Kicking off the next treble is Jannik Sinner, we are backing the Italian to get this wrapped up quickly. Khachanov will attempt to out-strike the Italian which should lead to a lot of unforced errors. This is something that Italian can use to gain free points. 

De Minaur vs Rublev, Men’s Singles 

Rublev -1.5 Games@ 1.82 with PlayUp

We have gone for the slightly more generous handicap line compared to the ML. The reason mainly being because 1.5 is not a huge spread in the men’s game. A blowout set is likely to go in the favour of Rublev instead of the Aussie.

Zheng vs Dodin, Women’s Singles 

Dodin To Win@ 5.25 with PlayUp

Zheng being a $1.15 favourite seems extremely short for someone who is not a massively consistent, reliable player. This is purely a price play, as we disagree with Dodin being 5.25 to win this.

Multi Bet of the Weekend

Borges vs Medvedev, Men’s Singles 

Over 0.5 Tiebreaks @ 2.10 with Bet365 

Borges has been pretty reliable on serve throughout the duration of last week, he had a tiebreak in his last round against Dimitrov. We can trust Medvedev’s serve against Borges as his return game is not in the elite level. 

Paolini vs Kalinskaya, Women’s Singles 

Kalinskaya To Win @ 1.66 with Bet365

We were a little surprised to see Jasmine Paolini in the second week of the Australian Open. Kalinskaya has been a level above so far, and we make this moneyline price a little closer to 1.55. 

Azarenka vs Yastremska, Women’s Singles 

Over 21.5 Games @ 1.91 with Bet365

This game should be quite a close matchup, Yastremska is starting to show some of her best tennis. Azarenka is proving her worth at her ripe age of 34. We would not be surprised to see this match go to three sets. 

Multi Bet of the Weekend

That’s a wrap to our early release multibet on the second week of the Australian Open. In the next edition, we will be looking into the RO16 & Quarter-Finals of the men’s and women’s draw! 

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