MATCH POINT: Our tennis tipping column previews the Australian Open Men’s tournament with two recommended bets on the BETDAQ 0% COMMISSION MARKET !!.

It’s hard to know even where to start with the Men’s Australia Tennis Open preview. The Djokovic IN/OUT saga was finally concluded on Sunday when three judges upheld the government’s cancellation of his visa and his deportation. Djokovic has now left Australia on board an Emirates flight to Dubai.

Not sure there have been too many winners – not so much in the final decision but the procrastination on which it was arrived at. There’s never a good time for the World Number One to miss a Slam but when you had the chance to move ahead of your peers (Federer and Nadal) and create history – the stakes couldn’t have been any higher. It might just be that tennis itself has been the biggest casualty.

Hopefully though the focus will now switch to the other kind of courts with the two week tournament underway on Monday and the best reason of all to get involved on BETDAQ – it’s 0% COMMISSION ON TENNIS INCLUDING THE GRAND SLAMS !!

With the nine-time previous winner out of the way and Federer still out of action through injury there will be a new name on the trophy for the first since 2014 when Stan Wawrinka momentarily halted the Djokovic momentum.

It’s no surprise to see the ‘new era’ duo of Daniil Medvedev and Alexander Zverev heading up the BETDAQ market but there’ll be huge interest in whether third favourite Rafael Nadal can take advantage of his contemporaries’ indisposition and move onto the 21 all time wins himself.

Whilst his record in Melbourne is no where near as strong as that in Paris – he was champion here in 2009 and has been a beaten finalist four times since.

At 35 he’s not getting any younger and is returning from injury himself but proved his well being with a win in a warm up event last week and given the extraordinary ‘you couldn’t make it up’ build up to this year’s competition – I just wonder whether there is a chapter still to be written? I’ll certainly want to have Nadal’s experience onside at around 7.0.

Ordinarily I could have seen Greece’s Stefanos Tsitsipas going close this year but recent elbow surgery tempers enthusiasm so I’ll add in Alexander Zverev to gain a first Slam victory which is surely deserved after his domination in the back end of 2021.


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