AUSTRALIAN OPEN WOMEN’S SINGLES: MATCH POINT previews the Women’s Singles from the Australian Open in Melbourne. Find out the recommended BETDAQ bets.

It’s no surprise to see a more open look to the Women’s singles compared to the Men’s with a variety of recent winners since 2011.

2011 Kim Clijsters
2012 Victoria Azarenka
2013 Victoria Azarenka
2014 Li Na
2015 Serena Williams
2016 Angelique Kerber
2017 Serena Williams
2018 Caroline Wozniacki
2019 Naomi Osaka
2020 Sofia Kenin
2021 Naomi Osaka
2022 Ashleigh Barty

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It looks certain that there will be a new name on the title despite Azarenka and Kenin both taking part but some way from their peak ability.

Defending champion Ash Barty is now retired and 2019/2021 champion Naomi Osaka misses the tournament through pregnancy.

So there’s more than likely going to be some new kids on the block and the starting point for many will be Iga Swiatek – the BETDAQ SPORTSBOOK ante-post favourite.

Swiatek is already world number one and holder of the amazing 37-match record winning streak which finally came to an end at Wimbledon last year on her least favoured grass surface.

Her claims are very solid and if anything she looks a little over-priced at 3.55 on the BETDAQ SPORTSBOOK.

I also want to include Jessica Pegula who recently beat Swiatek in the inaugural United Cup. Whilst the form can’t be read too literally as Swiatek had won the previous four meetings, there was a lot to like about Pegula’s 6-2 6-2 win with came in just 71 minutes.

5 points win SWIATEK at 3.55 on the BETDAQ SPORTSBOOK
3 points win PEGULA at 12.0 on the BETDAQ SPORTSBOOK

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