2021 Australian Open Odds
The 2021 Australian Open, traditionally scheduled in January, is set to take place on Feb. 8 instead. Odds are available for both the men's and women's winners. Novak Djokovic has won the last two for men, including eight of the last 13. Sofia Kenin won in 2020 for the women, as a different woman has won the last five.
The event is held annually at Melbourne Park in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. There are three main arenas at the Melbourne Park, most notably the Rod Laver Arena. John Cain Arena and Margaret Court Arena make up the remaining main courts for the Australian Open. The surface played on for this event is a hard court surface.
2021 Men's Australian Open Odds
2021 Women's Australian Open Odds
Odds Subject to Change - Updated Fri, Feb. 19, 8:35 a.m. ET
Where to Bet on the Australian Open
How to read Australian Open Odds
American: Rafael Nadal (Spain) +500
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What is Implied probability
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Men's Australian Open History
Top Nations to Win Men's Australian Open
Serbia and Switzerland have dominated the men's Australian Open, mainly being Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer. The two nations have seen 11 straight men's Australian Open titles between three players. A European has won every Australian Open on the men's side since 2004, as Andre Agassi was the last non-European male to win the event.
Women's Australian Open History
Top Nations to Win Women's Australian Open
The United States has seen the most consistency in female Australian Open winners. Kenin won in 2020, marking the third American to win the event over the last six years. Kenin's win also marked the fourth female American to win in the last 11 events. Victoria Azarenka is the only female Australian Open winner for Belarus, the last female to win the event in back-to-back years (2012-2013).