AO 2019 – Best Bets Thursday

AO 2019 – Best Bets Thursday. On Thursday at the Australian Open its time for 14-time Grand Slam Champion Novak Djokovic to play his second round match. He is facing his opponent from the 2008 AO finals in Melbourne, Frenchman Jo-Wilfried Tsonga. 

Novak Djokovic is a 6-Time Champion of the Australian Open, shared all-time best with Roy Emerson and Roger Federer. On Thursday the living legend has a tough challenge in Jo-Wilfried Tsonga. LeoVegas offers great odds and a 100% deposit bonus on the Australian Open.

AO 2019 – Best Bets Thursday

NOVAK DJOKOVIC vs JO-WILFRIED TSONGA – 1.08 on Djokovic
Novak Djokovic is 16-6 head to head with Tsonga. The last time Tsonga won against Djokovic was back in 2014 in Canada. Tsonga is on a comeback trail and has played really strong tennis in Brisbane beating home players Thanassi Kokkinakis and Alex de Minaur in straight sets and also won 3-0 against Slovak Martin Klizan in the first round of AO 2019. Djokovic has played 3 tournaments without winning (Paris, London, Doha) but is too strong in this one. Probably a straight sets victory for Djokovic (1.67 is a great odds with LeoVegas) but Tsonga might get one set.

BORNA CORIC vs MARTON FUCSOVIC – 1.34 on Coric
Coric is world number 12 and the favorite to win this one. I will go for a straight sets victory for the 22-year old Croat to the great 2.60 Odds with LeoVegas.

POTENTIAL UPSETS

STAN WAWRINKA vs MILOS RAONIC – 3.60 on Wawrinka
Stan the Man is a 3-time Grand Slam winner and Milos Raonic is a one time GS finalist. Both players have a career high ranking of number 3 and has struggled with comeback from injuries the last 18 months. Wawrinka is 4-2 head to head but Raonic won the last two meetings and is the favorite with the bookies. But…Stan Wawrinka is the better player and if he reaches close to his top level of play he will make it through to the round of 32. The 3.60 odds on Wawrinka feels like the best Big odds today.

 

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Mikael Olsson

Mikael is a passionate tennis-lover since Björn Borg won the epic Wimbledon final against John McEnroe 1980. Mikael has written over 4 000 articles covering the ATP World Tour and has a +80% success rate in his tennis predictions.

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