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The 2012 Australian Open, which marks the 100th anniversary of the prestigious event, has already fittingly seen a fair share of Aussie excitement (Lleyton Hewitt vs. Milos Raonic), surprises (Hewitt defeating Roddick when the latter retired due to injury) and disappointment (Bernard Tomic being steamrolled in straight sets to Roger Federer 6-4 6-2 6-2).
Yet for most the best is yet to come as the fourth round gets underway, and the race for the $26million (AUD) in prize money intensifies, before culminating on the 29th of January when the Men’s Single’s winner is determined.
All four of the top Men’s Single’s seeds remain in contention which includes fourth ranked Andy Murray of Great Britain, third ranked Roger Federer of Switzerland, second ranked Rafael Nadal of Spain and top ranked Novak Djokovic of Serbia.
Lleyton Hewitt v. Novak Djokovic
With the elimination of Bernard Tomic one match that’s drawing much local attention involves the Men’s Single’s meet Lleyton Hewitt vs. Novak Djokovic, which takes place at 7:30pm Sydney time at the Rod Laver Arena in round four.
For a preview of this match, and the many other exciting sets to come, tennis fans are invited to join in, or have a look at the free interactive Punters Paradise Australian Open Men’s Singles preview forum. A forum that offers keen tennis insights, heated debates and successful betting strategies.
The 24 year-old Novak Djokovic, who dominated Nicolas Mahut in the third round (6-0, 6-1, 6-1), has been the top ranked Men’s Singles player in the world since July of 2011.
The 31 year-old local favourite Lleyton Hewitt of Australia, ranked 181st in the world, upset 23rd ranked Milos Raonic (4-6, 6-3, 7-6, 6-3) in the their third round match.
Novak Djokovic is the reigning Australian Open champion having won the event last year, his third Grand Slam victory in 2011, and only the six player to do so in the Open era.
Lleyton Hewitt, having already exceeded expectations, has never won the Australian Open with his best showing being the runner-up back in 2005.
Novak Djokovic, who’s record in 2011 was 70-6, hasn’t lost a set in 2012.
Lleyton Hewitt, who’s been battling various injuries, hasn’t made it out of the fourth round in any Grand Slam since losing in the Quarter-Finals at Wimbledon in 2009.
Australian Open Odds and Free Bets
Novak Djokovic is the favourite to win, with Australian Open odds for this match in the $1.02-$1.05 range. Which means the odds makers have assigned Djokovic a better than 95% of winning. While Lleyton Hewitt’s win odds, which very quite a bit, are in the $13.00-$28.00 range.
As such, a free ‘win’ bet which can be accessed through Punters Paradise best available free Australian Open bets and betting deals page would be worth an unprecedented $3,900.00 at a $13.00 price should Hewitt stun Djokovic in what would be considered one of the biggest upsets of the modern Open era.
To get a listing of the best available odds on offer for this match, and all others yet to be played, simply visit the free Punters Paradise Australian Open odds comparison page.
The odds comparison page is updated every few seconds, making it the fastest live odds comparison tool in Australia. Thus allowing tennis fans to compare, and take advantage of, the best odds being offered by the leading bookmakers and betting exchanges.
Australian Open Results
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