2021 Australian Open Predictions & Tips

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Get the best Australian Open betting tips including outright markets and individual matches.

The Australian Open is the first Grand Slam tennis tournament of the year and held at Melbourne Park in Victoria, Australia. The 2021 tournament will be played from 8-21 February, is the 109th edition of the Australian Open and the 53rd in the Open Era. 

Professional players on the ATP Tour and WTA Tour compete in singles, doubles and mixed doubles events.

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Betting on the Australian Open

Betting on the Australian Open is very popular with many players frequently performing well on the hard courts at Melbourne Park. The weather in Australia in January and February can be very hot which suits some players and makes it difficult for others that come from cold climates.

Check the players that have won the men's Australian Open singles titles and women's Australian Open singles titles, reached the final or frequently reached the latter stages of the tournament to find value in the tennis betting markets.

Australian Open Tennis Live Streaming

Watch all the matches at the Australian Open with live streaming. One of the most popular online live streaming service is bet365 where you can switch between betting markets and live action.

Check out our Australian Open live streaming guide for information on how to watch all the matches from Melbourne Park.

Bet of the Day

Our tennis bet of the day features our best bet of the day during the Australian Open and features tennis betting markets including match winner, games handicap, total games over/under or a win in straight sets tip.

Betting Odds

Get the best Australian Open betting odds including men's and women's singles tournament winners in the outright markets.


Novak Djokovic is the top seed in the men's draw with Ashleigh Barty top seed in the women's draw.

Men's Seeds
Women's Seeds
1. Novak Djokovic
1. Ashleigh Barty
2. Rafael Nadal 2. Simona Halep
3. Dominic Thiem 3. Naomi Osaka
4. Daniil Medvedev 4. Sofia Kenin
5. Stefanos Tsitsipas 5. Elina Svitolina
6. Alexander Zverev 6. Karolína Plíšková
7. Andrey Rublev 7. Aryna Sabalenka
8. Diego Schwartzman 8. Bianca Andreescu
9. Matteo Berrettini 9. Petra Kvitová
10. Gaël Monfils 10. Serena Williams
11. Denis Shapovalov 11. Belinda Bencic
12. Roberto Bautista Agut 12. Victoria Azarenka
13. David Goffin 13. Johanna Konta
14. Milos Raonic 14. Garbiñe Muguruza
15. Pablo Carreño Busta 15. Iga Świątek
16. Fabio Fognini 16. Petra Martić
17. Stan Wawrinka 17. Elena Rybakina
18. Grigor Dimitrov 18. Elise Mertens
19. Karen Khachanov 19. Markéta Vondroušová
20. Félix Auger-Aliassime 20. Maria Sakkari
21. Alex de Minaur 21. Anett Kontaveit
22. Borna Ćorić 22. Jennifer Brady
23. Dušan Lajović 23. Angelique Kerber
24. Casper Ruud 24. Alison Riske
25. Benoît Paire 25. Karolína Muchová
26. Hubert Hurkacz 26. Yulia Putintseva
27. Taylor Fritz 27. Ons Jabeur
28. Filip Krajinović 28. Donna Vekić
29. Ugo Humbert 29. Ekaterina Alexandrova
30. Dan Evans 30. Wang Qiang
31. Lorenzo Sonego 31. Zhang Shuai
32. Adrian Mannarino 32. Veronika Kudermetova


The 2021 Australian Open will be played from 8-21 February. The Women’s Final will be played on Saturday 20 February and the Men’s Final will be played on Sunday 21 February.

1 Monday 8 February 2021 First round
2 Tuesday 9 February 2021 First round
3 Wednesday 10 February 2021 Second round
4 Thursday 11 February 2021 Second round
5 Friday 12 February 2021 Third round
6 Saturday 13 February 2021 Third round
7 Sunday 14 February 2021 Fourth round
8 Monday 15 February 2021 Fourth round
9 Tuesday 16 February 2021 Quarterfinals
10 Wednesday 17 February 2021 Quarterfinals
11 Thursday 18 February 2021 Women’s Semifinals, Men’s Semifinal
12 Friday 19 February 2021 Men’s Semifinal
13 Saturday 20 February 2021 Women’s Final
14 Sunday 21 February 2021 Men’s Final

Australian Open News

Keep up to date with all the news from the tournament so you don't miss any important information that could affect the betting odds. 

The ATP Tour and WTA Tour websites have an abundance of news and dedicated pages for the Australian Open.

2021 Australian Open Tennis FAQ

When is the 2021 Australian Open being played?

The 2021 Australian Open will be held from 8-21 February 2021.

Where is the 2021 Australian Open being played?

The 2021 Australian Open will be played at Melbourne Park which has hosted the tournament since 1988.

What surface is the 2021 Australian Open played on?

The 2021 Australian Open is played on blue hard courts known as Plexicushion Prestige.

What is the 2021 Australian Open Prize Money?

The 2021 Australian Open prize money is AU$71,500,000, the same as in 2020.

Who has won the most Australian Open titles?

Novak Djokovic won the most Australian Open men's titles with eight (2008, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2015, 2016, 2019, 2020). Djokovic overtook Roy Emerson and Roger Federer in 2019 who each won six titles.

Margaret Smith Court holds the record for most Australian Open Women's Singles titles with 11 - seven in the amateur era and four in the open era (1960, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1973). Serena Williams is next best after winning seven titles, the last in 2017.