He’s been here 7 times in the past, has Novak Djokovic. We’re talking about the finals of the Australian Open, one of the four prestigious grand slams held each year in tennis. It’s 2020, Djokovic is 32 years old and he’s still gunning for another Australian Open title. In fact, he’s had an almost flawless run up until the final.
Tomorrow is the Australian Open 2020 final and Djokovic is looking for his 17th career grand slam title, and his 8th title at the Melbourne Park in Australia. He’s had a great record here in the past, having made the finals seven times before and winning all seven. Online bookmaker 22Bet has him favourite to go on to win his 8th Australian Open title tomorrow!
All the signs are pointing towards another Djokovic win, as he enters the 26th grand slam final of his career. In fact, he’s the reigning champion here and he’s an overwhelming favourite to defend his title, up at odds of 1.23 with 22Bet. However, a true punter would know these aren’t very high-value odds to bet on.
Djokovic has all the experience of being in a grand slam final plenty times in the past, but his opponent Dominic Thiem doesn’t. However, you shouldn’t count out the Austrian completely. He’s seeded #5 in this competition and if you remember well, he beat Rafael Nadal in the quarter final to reach so far in the tournament.
It’s been a rocky ride for him, winning only 2 games in straight sets so far. As for Djokovic, he only dropped one set in the first round and since then, didn’t drop another. He even beat Roger Federer in straight sets in the semi finals. Thiem is entering his third grand slam final and pre-match odds of 4.18 on 22Bet is highly valuable.
Australian Open 2020 – Thiem vs Djokovic
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Remember, he beat Djokovic at the French Open in 2017 as well as 2019. Head to head, Djokovic leads 6-4 but Thiem has won 4 of their last 5 encounters. A smart bettor would know that 4+ odds on someone who has dominated his opponent in recent times is a complete steal and an opportunity to rake in the big bucks!
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