Despite having his visa cancelled and heading again into detention as we speak, cash continues to be rolling in for Novak Djokovic to win the Australian Open.
Novak Djokovic could have had his visa cancelled by the Morrison Government and be headed again to detention as we speak however cash continues to be flowing for him to win his tenth Australian Open title.
Bookies have the World No. 1 at odds of 17/10 simply behind Russian Daniil Medvedev, who’s being backed because the favorite with odds of seven/5.
After a preliminary listening to final evening, Djokovic will meet with authorities officers at 8am as we speak, the place he will probably be formally detained.
A ultimate listening to is anticipated to happen on Sunday morning.
Despite this, the Serbian continues to be thought of extra prone to win the Australian Open then others within the Men’s Singles draw, together with Alexander Zverev (13/5), Rafael Nadal (8/1), Stefanos Tsitsipas (14/1) and Andrey Rublev (17/1).
Djokovic has drawn fellow Serb Miomir Kecmanovic, who’s ranked 78th on the earth, within the first spherical of the Australia Open, a match he’s nonetheless overwhelmingly favoured to win regardless of his precarious visa place. For a $10 wager on Djokovic on this match, punters will solely get $10.20 again. While for a similar $10 wager, a guess on Kecmanovic will return you $190 with Bet365.
If Djokovic is allowed to play within the Australian Open he might face a quarterfinal towards No. 7-ranked Matteo Berrettini and probably a semi-final towards Rafael Nadal or third-seeded Alexander Zverev.
Djokovic is at the moment tied with Nadal and Roger Federer at 20 Grand Slam titles, which means that profitable the Australian Open would give him a record-setting twenty first grand slam title.
Even if he’s on courtroom at Melbourne Park subsequent week he’ll face robust competitors, particularly with the bookies’ favorite, Medvedev, who ended Djokovic’s run at a calendar-year grand slam on the US Open final 12 months with a 6-4, 6-4, 6-4 straight units win.
Medvedev, who’s the No. 2 seed, was a finalist eventually 12 months’s Australian Open however was crushed convincingly by Djokovic in straight units (7-5, 6-2, 6-2).
Originally printed as Bookies still have Novak Djokovic as second favourite to win Australian Open