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Tennis betting previews, tips and analysis with Tom Waterhouse

Welcome to the Tom Waterhouse tennis betting page, with an assortment of top news and previews. Our expert team is here to guide you through the tennis season, covering all the big matchups and tournaments. Here you will find tennis betting tips, including Australian Open betting tips, as well as 2016 tennis betting odds and more. Using up to date statistics and analysis of form, we aim to bring you the best tennis betting predictions for all the upcoming matches and tournaments.

Will Novak Djokovic dominate again in 2016?

The tennis season is a long and gruelling one for the players. They journey from the searing heat of Melbourne in January, through the clay court season in Europe, on to the temperamental grass courts of Wimbledon (July) and back to the hard courts of the US open (August) before the top players put on a show at the ATP Tour Finals in November. For the fans it is exciting to see how the players cope on different surfaces. The 2016 season so far has been dominated by the Big 4 – Novak Djokovic, Andy Murray, Rafael Nadal and Rodger Federer. Djokovic, in particular, looks like he is unbeatable. The Serbian already has the Australian Open title wrapped up, and has looked in imperious form as the season has gone on. He may, however, come unstuck against a resurgent Rafael Nadal. The clay court master seems to have shrugged off injury concerns and could be the prime candidate to stop the Djokovic juggernaut. You can find the latest tennis betting odds 2016 right here for all of the majors along with Masters 1000 events.

Visit Tom Waterhouse for Australian Open betting coverage

The tennis season really gets going with the Australian Open. It is the first major on the tennis calendar and it marks the point where the season gets going. 2016 was notable for various reasons: Djokovic beat long suffering foe Andy Murray in final for the fourth time. Serena Williams fell to a shock defeat at the hands of Angelique Kerber and Australia waved goodbye to former world number one Leyton Hewitt who played his final Grand Slam. There was some decent showing from young Aussies Bernard Tomic (4th round) and Nick Kyrgios (3rd round). These two should have a bright future in tennis and are worth a look in the 2017 Australian Open betting odds. Don’t forget to visit Tom Waterhouse to get the most detailed previews, tips and expert tennis analysis for the Australian Open.