Australian Open Tennis

The Australian Open is one of the most exciting Grand Slams for several reasons. The main being the fact it is one of the earliest tournaments of the year as it starts in the third week of January. This means nobody knows how well people will be playing, who is on form or if there are any injuries and so betting on the Australian Open can be a highly lucrative experience.
The Australian Open has changed its surface, the most notable of which was only back in 2008. Originally it was on grass but then 1987 it changed to ‘Rebound Ace’ and finally that changed to ‘Plexicushion’. Both Rebound Ace and Plexicushion are just different forms of hard court and so this makes the Australian Open similar to the US Open.
The total prize money for the Australian Open is A$55,000,000 with each singles winner taking away A$4,000,000 and the runners up taking away A$2,000,000. The Australian Open gives away the most prize money to the singles winner out of all the Grand Slams just ahead of the US Open and Wimbledon. This makes it one of the most desired Grand Slams and it’s a great idea to bet on the Australian Open as everyone will be desperate to scoop the biggest Grand Slam prize fund.

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