Australian Open - Women betting
Womens Australian Open Odds
As we celebrate 100 years of women's competition at the Australian Open, tennis is one of the few sports in the world in which women and men compete on the same tennis court, earn the same prize money and have equal exposure.
The world's best female players are expected to shine at the 2022 Australian Open. The tournament will begin on January 17, 2022, and the women's final will take place on January 29. Bet on tennis with bwin.
After much speculation, the Australian Open has confirmed that players wishing to compete in the January Slam must be fully vaccinated to be eligible.
Betting on the Australian Open Women 2022
Extreme temperatures are often in the news during the Australian Open. This makes the Australian Grand Slam tournament too dangerous to play in the height of summer in Melbourne.
In recent years, Tennis Australia has put in place a series of measures to deal with the impact of hot weather on players, as well as tournament officials and spectators, including the introduction of a "heat stress scale."
The scale mandates responses, such as cooling players with ice vests and baths and suspending matches depending on local weather conditions.
The women's semifinals will no longer be played on Thursday afternoon but rather in the night session, while the men's semifinals of the Australian Open will be split between Thursday and Friday nights.
Betting on women's tennis
Not only are we incredibly fortunate to have great athletes in women's tennis, but also amazing personalities and role models.
This includes World #1 and Wimbledon champion Ash Barty, recent two-time AO champion Naomi Osaka, the incredible Serena and Venus Williams, Victoria Azarenka, Kim Clijsters, Li Na... The list of inspiring women in tennis goes on and on, and they are all extraordinary.
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Bet on the winner of the women's tournament
Two-time winner of the tournament in 2019 and 2021, Naomi Osaka is back on the courts and eager to return to the Australian Open to defend her title.
Australian Ash Barty reigns supreme as the world's No. 1. and has made it clear that she is looking forward to this Grand Slam tournament on home soil and wants to do well in Melbourne
Following in the footsteps of our established stars is an exciting crop of young women, including US Open champion Emma Raducanu who will be playing in the main draw of the AO for the first time, having last competed in the junior championships in Melbourne.
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