The worlds best tennis players will descend upon Melbourne, Australia for the 2019 edition of the Australian Open. Roger Federer has won the Open in two straight years.
Federer is a decorated athlete. His recent victories came against the likes of Marin Cilic (2018) and Rafael Nadal (2017). Overall, Federer has six Australian Open victories under his belt.
Online bookmaker Top Bet has Djokovic as the front-runner at +130 with Murray at +1400 to win the Open.
Novak Djokovic will be looking to add another Australian Open to his trophy case. Djokovic has dominated the Open during the mid-2000s. Since 2008, he has picked up six titles. He has never lost in the finals of the Australian Open.
Rafael Nadal most recently won the Open in 2009. Despite having many titles and accomplishments, Nadal has not placed well at the Australian Open. He has finished second in the tournament three times.
Will this be the year Andy Murray finally succeeds at the Open? Fans of Murray and Murray himself are quite familiar with his shortcomings during the Aussie Open. Murray has placed second at the Open five times.
Since 2004, Federer, Djokovic, and Nadal have dominated the singles event. Only twice have the trio not walked away with a victory at the Open. In 2005 Marat Safin took home the trophy. In 2014 it was Stan Wawrinka who walked away victorious.
Many top players will be in attendance to capture the Australian Open, but it’s clear that history is on the side of Federer, Djokovic, and Nadal. Can other top-ranked players like Alexander Zverev, Juan Martin Del Potro or Kevin Anderson walk away with the championship? Or will the terrorizing trio continue their dominance?
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