Australian Open – The Semi-Finals – Predictions & Odds Update

2019 Australian Open week 2

2019 Australian Open week 2

We’ve arrived at the business end of the Australian Open and there’s been a bevvy of big upsets meaning that there’s some unknown players appearing in the Semi-Finals at super-attractive betting odds.

Mens Australian Open 2019

Team Intertops Odds
Djokovic, Novak
Nadal, Rafael
Tsitsipas, Stefanos
Pouille, Lucas

Womens Australian Open 2019

Team Intertops Odds
Kvitova, Petra
Osaka, Naomi
Pliskova, Karolina
Simona Halep


Men’s Singles

Semi Final 1 – Stefanos Tsitsipas v Rafael Nadal
We’re expecting that the talk-of-the-town, 20-year-old Greek Stefanos Tsitsipas can run Rafael Nadal ragged and make an unexpected appearance in his first Grand Slam Final.
Tsitsipas to defeat Nadal 

Semi Final 2 – Novak Djokovic v Lucas Pouille
It would be a major surprise if the 28th-ranked Frenchman Pouille can deny #1 seed Novak Djokovic from appearing his 7th Australian Open Final. Novak is well-rested following the retirement of Kei Nishikori in his Quarter-Final after only a set-and-half. History beckons for Djokovic to become the first player to win 7 Australian Opens.
Djokovic to defeat Pouille 

Women’s Singles

Semi Final 1 – Petra Kvitova v Danielle Collins
Unseeded American Danielle Collins has overcome all expectations to reach the last 4.

We believe that Petra Kvitova form’s is irresistible and should have too much class and experience for the American.
Kvitova to defeat Collins

Semi Final 2 – Karolina Pliskova v Naomi Osaka
U.S. Open Champion, Naomi Osaka could and should prevent an all Czech Australian Open final in Melbourne.

While Karolina Pliskova was amazing in her comeback against Serena Williams, she may have used up too much mental and physical energy in doing so to defeat the powerful Japanese player.
Osaka to defeat Pliskova 

Betting Tips – Australian Open Updated Winner Odds as at 23/01/2019

Men’s Singles

  • Novak Djokovic to win his record 7th Australian Open

Women’s Singles

  • Petra Kvitova’s form has been ominous and has had an easier potential passage to the final and should be well-rested.