Tennis tips: Paddy’s trader has a 37/1 acca for the Australian Open on Tuesday

Could be a fab four-fold for day two


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While English cricket fans might not want to hear it, it’s still all eyes down under overnight for the Australian Open for the next fortnight.#

And to celebrate, Paddy’s got a Place One Acca, Get One Free offer for the tournament.


That means if you place a 4+ leg acca, you’ll get another acca on us (up to £/€5). 

Full details, T&C’s and the all-important OPT-IN information are available here, and our trader’s acca selections for Monday night/Tuesday morning’s matches are below.

This ACCA will payout at approximately 37/1 – TAP HERE TO ADD IT TO YOUR BETSLIP INSTANTLY!

Storm Sanders v Aryna Sabalenka: Both Players to win a set

Scheduled start: 8am (Tuesday morning)

World number two Aryna Sabalenka stepped up her quest to win her first Grand Slam significantly last year, reaching the semi-final stage for the first time at both Wimbledon and the US Open.

The Belarussian star has underachieved at the slams so far in her career in general though, and she has endured a disastrous start to her 2022 season, crashing out of both WTA warm-up tournaments in Adelaide in the first round, to low ranking opponents. In her latest match she seems to have developed the yips, and lost all confidence in her serve, leaving her vulnerable to another shock first-round exit in Australia.

Her opponent is the underdog Storm Sanders. Ranked 127 in the world, the Australian hasn’t achieved anything of note at this level of competition, but with the home crowd firmly behind her at the Rod Laver Arena, and Sabalenka’s crisis of confidence, Storm is bound to make this a close match.

Sloane Stephens v Emma Raducanu: Raducanu 2-0 set betting

Scheduled start: 10am (Tuesday morning)

Emma Raducanu enthralled the world last September when she eased to victory in the US Open without dropping a single set along the way. She was catapulted from relative unknown to global superstar overnight, but the young Brit has found life on court difficult since that life-changing week, winning just two matches across four different tournaments.

If anyone understands Raducanu’s current predicament, it’s her opponent Sloane Stephens. Winning the US Open in 2017, the American has struggled to replicate that form in recent years and has slumped to 68th in the world. Both players will desperate to turn their fortunes around, but it’s Emma Raducanu’s to lose in my opinion. She’s evidently a big game player who thrives in the Grand Slam environment, and I fancy her to put in a strong performance.

Nikoloz Basilashvili v Andy Murray: Murray wins the match and both players win a set

Scheduled start: 4am (Tuesday morning)

Two years ago Andy Murray broke into tears during a press conference at this very tournament, fearing his professional tennis career was over. Tomorrow he takes to the court, on the back of his first ATP tour final since 2019.

His opponent is one of the biggest hitters on the tour, Nikoloz Basilashvili. Murray has bested the Georgian twice in the last year, and Wimbledon and just last week at ATP Sydney. Murray has been a warrior on court during his comeback, and I think he’ll have too much overall for Basilashvili, but it won’t come easy.

Expect another marathon match with Andy Murray winning, but both players winning a set.

Nick Kyrgios v Liam Broady: Kyrgios wins the match and both players win a set

Scheduled start: 8am (Tuesday morning)

A litany of injuries and motivation issues has meant Nick Kyrgios has played precious little tennis since the Covid-19 pandemic struck tennis in 2020, the maverick Australian has a habit of pulling out memorable performances at this competition. He comes in as a heavy favourite against British journeyman Liam Broady.

Broady had an impressive 2021, climbing to 127th in the rankings, and given the doubts surrounding Kyrgios’ fitness, he’ll believe he has every chance of advancing to his first Aus Open 2nd round. This is Kyrgios’ home turf, and I expect him to up his game and eventually overcome, but as ever with Nick, it won’t be straightforward.

This ACCA will payout at approximately 37/1 – TAP HERE TO ADD IT TO YOUR BETSLIP INSTANTLY!

Tuesday – Day 2


If one leg of your 4+ fold Accumulator fails to land, you get up to £/€10 back as a free bet. Customers can qualify for 1 Acca Free Bet If 1 Leg Lets You Down per day up to £/€10. The free bets will be credited by 12pm the following day.

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