Australian Open tennis betting

January 13, 2017

Australian Open betting promotions

The 2017 Australian Open gets underway at Melbourne Park on Monday 16th January. The favourites to win the Men's and Women's titles are are familiar names: Novak Djokovic, Andy Murray, Serena Williams and Angelique Kerber. However, before we reach the finals, there's plenty of tennis action to enjoy and for betting enthusiasts; plenty of bonus bet offers from online betting agencies.

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Chase the Ace bonus


  • Aussie Open head to head bets
  • Receive bonus bets per ace
  • Minimum stake $25
William Hill has reinvigorated its popular 'Chase the Ace' promotion for the 2017 Australian Open. Bettors will receive bonus bets for every ace their players serves during the match. The bonus per ace, varies by player, in many cases it is 50c per ace. The reward is gifted regardless of the result of the wager. The offer is not available to WA, SA and NSW residents.

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Tomic vs Evans special


  • Head to head bonus
  • If players wins 1st set but loses
  • Receive bonus reward points
Place a head to head bet on the Bernard Tomic vs Daniel Evans 3rd round match, if you're players wins the first set but loses the match, receive up to $50 of your wager back in CrownBet Rewards points.

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Luxbet 5 set offer


  • All head to head bets
  • Lose in 5 sets
  • Receive matched bonus bets
Luxbet is offering members a head to head bonus on all Men's singles matches. If your player loses in 5 sets, receive up to $51 back in bonus bets.

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Sportsbet Open 'Power Play'


  • 'Power Play' on all matches
  • Receive enhanced odds
  • Boost around 20%
Sportsbet is allowing its members to hit the 'Power Play' on their Australian Open bets. The product boosts the odds of the selection by around 20%.

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Multi bet special


  • Australian Open multi bets
  • Receive % winnings boost
  • More legs = bigger bonus
It might pay to place some of your multi bets with Bet365. A multi involving 12 combinations will result in a 50% winnings boost. For example, if your multi bet was due to return $3,000, it would now return $4,500! The bonus increases with each additional leg, so a 6 leg multi only attracts a 20% bonus.

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CrownBet Aussie Open bonus


  • Place a 6+ leg multi bet
  • Using 'Multi Express'
  • Earn triple Reward points
CrownBet has a generous offer for multi bet punters on this year's first Grand Slam tournament. Place a 6 leg multi bet on Australian Open head to head markets, and receive CrownBet Reward points triple the value of your bet stake.

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Palmerbet money back offer


  • All head to head bets
  • Win first 2 sets but lose
  • Receive matched bonus bets
Palmerbet will refund losing head to head bets on Men's single matches if the selected player wins the first 2 sets but then loses the match. The maximum bonus with this offer is $100. Residents of SA and WA are not eligible for the promotion.

Head to head bets

The promotions on offer for the 2017 Aussie Open predominantly involve head to head bets. Whether it be a single head to head bet, or a combination of them in the form of a multi bet. The best value promotion is CrownBet's triple Rewards points offer, where points can be redeemed as bonus bets, but you'll need to place a 6 leg multi for the privilege.

Pro's tip

The second offer of significance is William Hill's 'Chase the Ace' promotion. This is a fun way to earn a $10 bonus bet on any given match. The trick here is to look for big serving players that hit a high volumes of aces. In the early rounds, you can place a bet on heavily one-sided matches yet still be eligible for the maximum $10 bonus.

The 2017 Australian Open

The city of Melbourne plays host to the first Grand Slam tennis tournament of the 2017 season. Melbourne Park will be awash with fans enjoying 2 weeks of high quality tennis action. The Men's event sees newly crowned, and recently knighted, world No.1 Andy Murray, attempt to win the Grand Slam that thus far has proved so elusive for him. In his path, is long-time nemesis Novak Djokovic and world No.3 Milos Raonic.