The Australian Open is the first Grand Slam of the season and for tennis betting fans this is the tournament that kicks everything off! Unibet know how seriously our customers take tennis betting, which is why we bring you the best sports betting odds on the market.
Australian Open on TV and betting
The Australian Open is the first Grand Slam of the season and for tennis betting fans this is the tournament that kicks everything off! Unibet know how seriously our customers take tennis betting, which is why we bring you the best sports betting odds on the market. If you love to live stream tennis and watch the Australian Open on TV then make sure to check out our latest odds in Unibet sportsbook! We offer Australian Open odds, markets and betting specials throughout the tournament — so you’ll be sure to find the best tennis bets that are right for you!
Watch and bet on Australian Open
If you enjoy to watch Australian Open tennis online and on TV then why not add In Play betting to your live experience? Unibet’s wide range of betting markets make following the Australian Open great fun. We have odds on every match of the Australian Open as well as tournament-long markets such as title winners, player progress and head-to-heads.
And here at Unibet TV you can check out the latest Australian Open TV games alongside our latest betting odds! That means you can bet on your favourite players and work out what time they’re due on court!
For UK tennis fans accessing the latest Australian Open TV schedule is vital in order to plan ahead. Matches take place during the night because of the time difference, which makes waking up to Australian Open matches a real treat on a cold January morning!
Live tennis betting at Unibet
Here at Unibet we offer live tennis betting on every match of the Australian Open. This means you can follow the matches on TV and keep abreast with the latest odds changes on your computer, mobile or tablet. Betting on Australian Open tennis can be done before and during matches. Pre-match odds such as match winner and correct score are very popular among Unibet punters.
Yet Australian Open betting really comes to life when matches get underway! From the first serve to the last, you can bet on tennis live and In Play with Unibet and get the best odds online. We offer markets from game-by-game betting right the way through to special bets. Bet on who will nail the fastest serve, bet on double faults and even bet on service breaks.
Unibet is committed to bringing our punters the best live tennis betting experience online and on mobile. We prove live tennis streams, updated stats and fast odds throughout the season on the ATP and WTA Tours. So make sure you check in to Unibet TV and see what matches are on this week!
Greatest Australian Open champions in history
As one of the four Grand Slams the Australian Open holds a special place in the tennis TV calendar. And as of 2019 there are two players battling to be the all-time greatest Australian Open champion. Serena Williams and Novak Djokovic each hold seven Australian Open singles gongs. Williams won her first title in Melbourne back in 2003, while Djokovic has clinched seven crowns between 2008 and 2019.
Djokovic’s 2019 Australian Open triumph saw him move ahead of Roger Federer (6) in the all-time list for men’s singles champions. Before these two, it was Andrei Agassi (4) who held the men’s record. The last Australian man to win the title was Mark Edmondson in 1976 when he beat John Newcombe 6–7, 6–3, 7–6, 6–1 in the final. Amazingly, neither Pat Cash nor Lleyton Hewitt ever claimed the crown.
As for the women’s singles draw, Aussie Margaret Court has won more titles in Melbourne than Williams (11). But only four of these have come in the ‘Open Era’. Meanwhile, another Australian Evonne Goolagong Cawley also claimed four titles — as did Steffi Graf and Monica Seles.
When betting on Australian Open with Unibet these days, the women’s draw is wildly competitive. Serena may still be around but she isn’t the dominant force she once was. And with so many of the world’s best women’s players battling it out to be in the top 10, there’s always a chance an outsider could upset the odds and clinch the Australian Open crown.