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        Unibet AU Australian Open

        The Australian Open has the honour of opening tennis’ Grand Slam calendar. It is one of four major events on the men’s and women’s tours and, naturally, all the best players are aiming to be fit and firing ahead of the first serve. This is also one of the first major tournaments of the new sporting year so there is more than one reason why the Australian Open attracts so much interest.

              How to Bet on and Watch the Australian Open

              At Unibet, we have a wide set of betting markets lined up to accompany the event and, with our live streaming service on hand, you need never miss a crucial point. Tennis is one of the most popular sports among the betting community and there are a number of reasons for that. In one sense, it can be very simple as there is no scope for the draw in a tennis match so, it’s a straightforward case of picking between the two players. Prop bets are listed on our sportsbook and these will typically include correct score, total points and handicap options.

              Naturally, there will be outright markets available on each of the five separate competitions that make up the Australian Open. Look out too for live betting markets which are always especially active whenever the Grand Slams roll along.

              Unibet TV are especially accommodating in respect of those live markets: As the live stream is shown, odds are updated in real time to allow players to make decisions on their in-play betting options. Streams can also be picked up by mobile devices and that’s an important aspect of any in-play betting strategy.

              Streaming to PCs and Mobile Devices

              Unibet TV is accessible via a range of devices: In fact, as long as you have an internet connection in place then you can pick up the live stream for the Australian Open and any sporting event from the schedules. For mobile phone users, this means that you can carry the broadcast with you wherever you go.

              While at home, the small screen experience remains convenient but some users may well want to watch via a static desktop. The choice is entirely down to the individual viewer but the options are ready to go. To access the service, just make sure that your account has current funds or, be certain to have placed a cash bet within the previous 24 hours.

              Unforgettable Moments from over 100 years

              The very first Australian Open was held back in 1905 and the 2020 edition was the 108th running of the event. The tournament was switched to Melbourne in 1972 and has been hosted by Melbourne Park since 1988.

              Novak Djokovic claimed his eighth men’s Australian Open singles title in 2020 and the Serb is the most successful men’s player in the history of the tournament. Moving into future years, Djokovic will be looking to remain competitive but he will face renewed battles with rivals Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Andy Murray and Stan Wawrinka. Perhaps Australia’s very own Nick Kyrgios can break into this bunch and give the home crowd their first men’s title since Mark Edmondson way back in 1976.

              In the women’s singles section, Australia does hold the record thanks to Margaret Court who won ten titles from the Amateur through to the Open era. The great Serena Williams will remain hopeful of matching Court’s record but, with seven wins to her name to date, time may be running out for the successful Williams sister.

              When tennis fans are asked their opinion on the greatest Australian Open match of all time, many will point to the final of the 2012 men’s singles competition. Once again. Novak Djokovic was involved as he took on Rafael Nadal in another five set thriller. Djokovic edged home 7-5 in the final set and the dramatic marathon, lasting five hours and 53 minutes, was the longest Grand Slam final in the sport’s history.

              That record may not be matched but we can be certain that more thrilling tennis will follow. To get the best from the Australian Open, check out Unibet’s sportsbook for an extensive set of markets and keep it tuned to Unibet TV to catch all the best action.