Tennis Betting: Australian Open’s official entry list announced

Marion BartoliThe official entry list for the season’s first Grand Slam in January was unveiled by Australian Open organisers, and tennis betting fans all over the world were very excited to learn about this.

Pay per head services found out that in the men’s top 100, the only member who will not play is Serbia’s Viktor Troicki, as he is currently serving a suspension for failing to get a drugs test.

Tennis betting fans and price per head services were delighted to learn that Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic lead the field, and Serena Williams and Victoria Azarenka will feature in the women’s section with 98 of the current top 100 present.

Marion Bartoli, who retired in the summer and is now in the top 100 and made very good tennis odds, will be removed on January 1 from the ranking list.

Pay per head services learned that Vera Zvonareva, former Wimbledon finalist who is very well known for her talent on the court and great tennis odds, will get into the draw on a protected ranking as she was on the sidelines for over a year with a shoulder injury.

“Once again we have an incredibly strong field coming to Melbourne to contest the Australian Open in 2014, proof that this is one of the players’ favourite events and how much the title means to them,” tournament director Craig Tiley said.

“We’re so lucky to have the world’s two best men in Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic at the top of their game coming into the tournament, which could set the stage for a colossal struggle for the trophy and that number 1 ranking.

“It should be another fantastic fortnight of tennis and I’m sure I’m not the only one who can’t wait to see how it all plays out in January.”

In the main draw, the only Britons who are currently there are British No 1 Laura Robson and Wimbledon champion Andy Murray.

Tennis betting fans also found out that eight wild-card players will enter both singles draws, while there will be 12 women and 16 men qualifiers.

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The qualifying will begin on January 8 in Melbourne with the main draw starting on January 13, and tennis betting fans can’t wait to see what will happen.