Smash & Grab the best Aus Open odds
As part of Cloudbet’s ongoing commitment to offering the best odds in crypto (see our Bet Better campaign) we are running an exclusive promotion for the Australian Open guaranteeing the best odds for the first match every day at the Rod Laver Arena all the way up to and including both the Men’s and Women’s single finals.
How the promotion works
Cloudbet’s odds for the opening game each day (local time) at the Australian Open 2020 on the main show court - Rod Laver Arena - will be adjusted to offer the best value (measured by margin) compared to available prices elsewhere.
- The offer refers to the Singles event only - match winner, handicap and total.
- There are no special terms or promo codes required.
- The offer is open to new and existing customers.
- New customers - simply create an account at Cloudbet, it only takes 30 seconds
- Existing customers - login each day ahead of the first game and the improved odds will be automatically available.
- Cloudbet's general terms and conditions apply.
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Reasons to be excited about the Australian Open
The Australian Open looks set to be one of the most fascinating in years, possibly ever. The horrendous bush fires that are creating a national debate on climate change, look like being a huge talking point in Melbourne after several players in the qualifying rounds complained of breathing issues. Our tennis expert, Dan Weston, has pulled together key trends based on analysis of previous Grand Slams. Read the article here.
Serena Williams is desperate to equal Margaret Court’s record of 24 Grand Slam titles, and having won her first WTA title in Auckland since having her first child is favourite on Cloudbet’s outright market. See WTA outrights.
Novak Djokovic loves the Australian Open. He’s won seven titles, including in 2019 which saw him return to his imperious best. Ominously for the rest of the field Nole led Serbia to victory in the maiden ATP Cup in Sydney and goes into the year’s first Grand Slam as the well-backed favourite. However a determined Rafael Nadal is desperate to equal Roger Federer’s 20 grand slam titles, which he could match in the first major tournament of a new decade. See ATP outrights.