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Tennis - Australian Open Ladies bets

WTA - Australian Open - Winner



Australian Open Women Singles 2024

Swiatek, Iga 3.90

Sabalenka, Aryna 5.75

Rybakina, Elena 7.00

Pegula, Jessica 12.00

Andreeva, Mirra 14.00

Gauff, Coco 15.00

Jabeur, Ons 17.00

Garcia, Caroline 18.00

Halep, Simona 18.00

Bencic, Belinda 22.00

Kudermetova, Veronika 23.00

Sakkari, Maria 23.00

Samsonova, Liudmila 27.00

Badosa, Paula 28.00

Andreescu, Bianca 29.00

Raducanu, Emma 35.00

Zheng, Qinwen 35.00

Haddad Maia, Beatriz 35.00

Azarenka, Victoria 35.00

Ostapenko, Jelena 35.00

Kvitova, Petra 37.00

Keys, Madison 37.00

Anisimova, Amanda 40.00

Collins, Danielle 40.00

Kontaveit, Anett 40.00

Fruhvirtova, Linda 40.00

Tauson, Clara 43.00

Fernandez, Leylah Annie 45.00

Kasatkina, Daria 50.00

Muchova, Karolina 50.00

Kostyuk, Marta 50.00

Muguruza, Garbine 55.00

Noskova, Linda 55.00

Alexandrova, Ekaterina 65.00

Linette, Magda 70.00

Niemeier, Jule 80.00

Australian Open – Women's Singles

Margaret Court is the absolute number one on the all time winners list with eleven individual titles. Since the beginning of the Open Era - 1968, that is - the American Serena Williams celebrated the most tournament victories! She secured seven titles in total since the millennium at the so-called "Happy Slam"! 

The record winner of the double tournament of the Australian Open is Thelma Coyne Long from New South Wales. Incredibly, she won 12 double titles before 1968. It included five titles in a row. Needless to say: all tennis bets for the Australian Open are available at Interwetten. Bet on your favorites at the first Grand Slam of the year.
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