The 2017 Australian Open tennis tournament runs from January 16 – January 29 in Melbourne, Australia. The event is significant because it is the first tennis grand slam of the year, it is also significant for the Australian bookmakers who will be clamouring over each other to offer Australian punters the best offers in a bid to entice wagering on the event.
Profiting from bookmaker offers on the Australian Open
With all of the bookmaker action surrounding the Australian Open, punters have a good opportunity to profit from the various bonuses on offer. We’re going to take a look at how best to approach betting on the Australian Open in order to maximise value. Please note that all of the promotions on this page are not available in NSW, you can ready why that is here.
William Hill Chase the Ace promotion
William Hill is offering a terrific promotion on every Australian Open match. For every head to head bet, win or lose, they will reward you with a bonus bet based on the amount of aces your player serves during the match. The bonus amounts vary depending on the player, in all likelihood though, the bonus will top $10. This promotion is a must if you are looking to profit during the Open.
CrownBet tennis multi bet bonus
Bet365 Australian Open multi bet special
Multi bet punters can earn up to a 50% bonus on combination bets placed on the Australian Open. A multi involving 4 or more legs will attract a 20% bonus whilst a 12 leg bet will be rewarded with the full 50% bonus.
Tournament betting odds boost
Tournament odds betting with Betfair
If you intend to place a bet on the tournament winners market, by far the best value is offered by the betting exchange Betfair. This is especially the case for players at longer odds. One example is third seed Milos Raonic, with any online agency, the best odds you will find before the tournament starts is $17. However, on the betting exchange he is listed at $22.
The ability to lay off with Betfair on futures markets
The other significant benefit of betting on an exchange like Betfair for the tennis tournament markets, is the ability to lay off your bet after your players price comes in. For example, if you like a player at long odds to win the event and you back them at say $15, you can then lay off that price at $10 after they win a couple of matches and earn a risk free bet to nothing at odds of $5. Visit Betfair to view the latest Australian Open odds.
More free bet offers
Of course, you could qualify for a free bet independent of the tennis by signing up for a new account with a new bookmaker. The free bet from the new bookie could then be used to place on a tennis market, perhaps even offset the free bet from William Hill?
Summarising the bookmaker offers
The bottom line is, there are many bookmaker promotions on the Australian Open tennis tournament. If you’re going to have a bet, it’s worth sifting through the promotions to see who is offering what. You might earn yourself a free bonus bet or benefit from a refund offer or a winning bet at great odds.