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2021 Men`s French Open - To Win

FRENCH OPEN | GOLF - May 23

2021 Men`s French Open - To Win

Wager cut off: 2021 23rd May 5:00 AM

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05/23 - 06:00 AM

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2021 Women`s French Open - To Win

Wager cut off: 2021 23rd May 5:00 AM

2021 Women`s French Open - To Win

07/10 - 10:00 AM

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WIMBLEDON | TENNIS - Jul 10

2021 WIMBLEDON WOMEN - TO WIN

Wager cut off: 2021 10th July 9:00 AM

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WIMBLEDON | TENNIS - Jul 11

2021 WIMBLEDON MEN - TO WIN

Wager cut off: 2021 11th July 9:00 AM

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09/01 - 05:00 AM

2021 US OPEN - TO WIN

US OPEN | TENNIS - Sep 1

2021 US OPEN - TO WIN

Wager cut off: 2021 1st September 4:00 AM

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09/01 - 05:00 AM

2021 US OPEN WOMEN - TO WIN

2021 US OPEN WOMEN - TO WIN

Wager cut off: 2021 1st September 4:00 AM

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01/31 - 07:00 PM

2021 WOMEN`S AUSTRALIAN OPEN - TO WIN

AUSTRALIAN OPEN | TENNIS - Jan 31

2021 WOMEN`S AUSTRALIAN OPEN - TO WIN

Wager cut off: 2021 31st January 7:00 PM

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02/01 - 07:00 PM

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AUSTRALIAN OPEN | TENNIS - Feb 1

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Wager cut off: 2021 1st February 7:00 PM

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Highest Governing Body International Tennis Federation
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Team Members Singles or doubles
Mixed Gender Yes, separate tours & mixed doubles
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2021 Australian Open Update – Tennis Betting Analysis

Okay MyBookie tennis betting community, while the 2020 Australian Open went off without a hitch as the last, ‘normal’ grand slam tournament before the deadly COVID-19 pandemic started sweeping the globe, the 2021 version is clearly going to be a challenging event when it gets underway of Monday, Feb. 8.

With the first major on the 2021 docket just over two weeks away, let’s find out what’s going in and around both the men’s ATP World Tour and women’s WTA Tour so you can continue planning your bets and place them against their Australian Open odds.

Tennis Australian Open Updates – What’s Going On Down Under?

Positive Tests!

On Wednesday, Australian government officials announced that two more Australian Open players have tested positive for COVID-19. Victoria state police minister Lisa Neville said two players and a non-playing Australian Open participant accounted for three new infections reported on Wednesday.

As of Thursday morning, a total of 10 people associated with the Grand Slam, including four players, have tested positive for the virus. However, there has also been some confusion over the exact numbers, with authorities’ test results later being reclassified as “viral shedding” from previous infections.

According to authorities, the viral shedders are not contagious. Neville said authorities were “very confident” one of the two new player infections was a case of viral shedding.

“Of the other two, it’s less clear that they’re shedding. That will be worked through, and that’s one player and one support person,” Neville told reporters.

Of Mice and Men!

In more Aussie Open news, Kazak women’s world No. 28 Yulia Putintseva was forced to swap rooms in her quarantine hotel in Melbourne after she discovered a mouse running about. After switching rooms, the still-blossoming Putintseva found out her new room was also infested.

In a video she posted on Twitter, the Kazakhstan star said: “Different room same story. Wanted to go to sleep but noooope!”

The 26-year-old followed up with another video saying: “It’s actually a lot of them! Not even 1 in my room now.”

Over 70 players and their entourages are confined to their hotel rooms for 14 days and unable to train for the Australian Open after passengers on three charter flights returned positive tests.

As a strategy to deal with any mice in hotel rooms, Victoria’s emergency services minister Lisa Neville recommended not feeding them.

“As I understand there may have been some feeding going on,” Neville told reporters.

“Firstly, we moved the particular tennis player the other day. We’ve had the hotel pest control this week and I think there may have been some feeding going on with the mice.”

I swear, you can’t make this stuff up!

In Jail Without the Bail!

ATP World No. 13 Roberto Bautista Agut is clearly not happy with his conditions of being quarantined at a hotel. The rock-steady Spaniard ‘went off’ on the Victorian government’s handling of the Australian Open quarantine protocol in an interview Monday, comparing the experience to prison.

“It’s the same, it’s the same, but with Wi-Fi,” he said to Israeli television channel Sport 5 when told his Melbourne hotel quarantine looked like he was in prison. “These people have no idea about tennis, about practice courts, no idea about anything. It’s a complete disaster because of that, because of the control of everything.”

Bautista Agut is currently one of 72 players in a 14-day quarantine following positive tests on three of the chartered flights to Melbourne. They are unable to leave their hotel rooms for any reason, including to train for the upcoming major. Bautista Agut insisted his anger was aimed at the government and not Tennis Australia while complaining about his inability to remain in his room for the full lockdown period.

“You can work [out] in the room, but it’s not the same,” he said. “I feel very, very tight, and I cannot imagine staying two weeks like this.”

Bautista Agut’s comments were eerily similar to those made by WTA star Alize Cornet, who called the situation “insane” on social media. However, the sweet-swinging Cornet quickly backtracked on her comments after getting a ton of criticism from many Australians and has since deleted her tweet and issued an apology.

“After my last (deleted) tweet I feel like I need to apologize to you Australian people,” she wrote. “Your reaction to this tactless comment made me realize what you’ve been through last year and how much you suffered. I guess I feel a bit anxious about all this and I better have shut my mouth.”

Feeling For Sloane!

In more Australian Open news, American tennis player Sloane Stephens announced earlier this week that a third family member has passed away in a matter of weeks while in hotel quarantine in Melbourne. Last week the 2017 US Open champion announced the deaths of her grandmother and aunt, who both died after contracting COVID-19.

On Wednesday Stephens, who is currently undergoing quarantine, didn’t state her grandfather’s cause of death but wrote an emotional tribute on social media from her hotel room.

“My grandpa has gone to be with the Lord and the love of his life,” she wrote.

“One week apart from my grandma. Losing her was too much for his heart.”

Stephens posted footage from after her maiden grand slam triumph at Flushing Meadows in 2017 in which she can be seen calling her grandfather in tears.

“I’ve watched this video from NY about 100 times today,” she wrote.

Our hearts and prayers at MyBookie go out to the Stephens family and all those who have lost loved ones to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.


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2021 Australian Open Update – Tennis Betting Analysis

Okay MyBookie tennis betting community, while the 2020 Australian Open went off without a hitch as the last, ‘normal’ grand slam tournament before the deadly COVID-19 pandemic started sweeping the globe, the 2021 version is clearly going to be a challenging event when it gets underway of Monday, Feb. 8. With the first major on the 2021 docket just over Read More
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Coronavirus (COVID-19) ATP & WTA Update – Jan. 20th Edition

Players traveled to Melbourne this week in preparation for the 2021 Australian Open. The first major tennis tournament of the year takes place from February 8 through February 23. Arriving players must quarantine for at least 14 days. Check out an update on how things have gone so far as players head Down Under. With that said, let’s get right Read More
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Early 2021 Australian Open Expert Analysis

With the star of the 2021 Australian getting closer by the day to its Feb. 8 start date, it’s time to take an early look at some of the player odds on both, the men’s ATP World Tour and women’s WTA Tour. Let’s get started on the men’s ATP side of the first major of the calendar year so you Read More
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Coronavirus (COVID-19) ATP & WTA Update – Jan. 13th Edition

Tennis is about to kick it up a notch. In less than a month, the best players at both the ATP and WTA will hit balls in Melbourne, Australia at the 2021 Australian Open. The first major tournament of the year runs from February 8 through February 23. Keep reading for updated Aussie Open tennis odds info as well as Read More
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Coronavirus (COVID-19) ATP & WTA Update – Jan. 6th Edition

The Women’s Tennis Association released their 2021 schedule. The ATP starts their first tournament of the year on Wednesday, January 6 and the Australian Open could have some trouble implementing their quarantine plan. Check out the latest tennis news in our weekly update so you can continue planning your bets and place them against our Tennis odds.  COVID-19 Tennis Update Read More
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Coronavirus (COVID-19) ATP & WTA Update – Dec. 30th Edition

As we head into the New Year, tennis fans and handicappers should be thankful. The Aussie Open confirmed a specific about the February tournament that allows contenders to make travel arrangements. The folks putting together the Australian Open handed out a wildcard berth to a Grand Slam winner and MyBookie has Tennis odds posted for all four Slam events in Read More
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Coronavirus (COVID-19) ATP & WTA Update – Dec. 23rd Edition

One of the best players on the ATP Tour got back onto the court. Also, the Women’s Tennis Association and the Association of Tennis Players decided on their first tournament of 2021. Check out the latest news in our update so you can keep preparing your bets and place them against our Tennis odds. COVID-19 Tennis Update – December 23rd Read More
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Coronavirus COVID-19 ATP & WTA Update – Dec. 16th Edition

The WTA canceled this week’s tournament, the Open BLS de Limoges. Because of the cancellation, it looks more and more like both the WTA and the ATP will begin the new season with the Australian Open in early February. Check out the latest ATP and WTA news so you can plan ahead your bets against our Tennis odds. COVID-19 Tennis Read More
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2021 Grand Slams Early Expert Analysis – Tennis Betting

With the page set to turn on what has been an absolutely insane 2020 calendar year, it’s time to look ahead at the value-packed ATP tennis betting odds to win all four grand slams in 2021. With three different players – and one first-time slam winner – all hoisting the hardware at the trio of majors that took place in Read More
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