How to make Cash on the Australian Open Tennis

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The Australian Open Tennis Chase The Ace special is back!

Here is how you can make some extra cash during the Australian Open Tennis again this year.

William Hill are paying up to $10 in bonus bets for every ace your player serves at the Australian Open Tennis in both the Men’s and Women’s singles matches.

Simply, back a player in any singles match with a bet of at least $25 and you’ll get bonus bets every time they serve an ace in the match.

Every player will have a different $$ return per ace based on the following “Ace Probability” scale:

$0.50 Bonus Bet – 86%
$1.00 Bonus Bet – 5%
$2.00 Bonus Bet – 5%
$5.00 Bonus Bet – 3%
$10.00 Bonus Bet – 1%

 

Members have made over $1,800 using Bookmaker promotions and ‘free money’ that we have found for them in the last 6 months.

If you want to get involved the CLICK HERE.

Follow these 3 easy steps:

 

STEP 1) Sign up to William Hill >> CLICK HERE….it takes 2 minutes and new customers can take advantage of our $502 bonus bets sign-up offer**

STEP 2) Place a bet of at least $25 on any men’s or women’s singles match

STEP 3) Get paid out up to $10 in bonus bets for every ace your player serves in the game whether they win or lose

Terms and Conditions for this offer can be found here. The offer applies to the first bet per match and on singles bets only. The offer is not available to NSW, VIC, SA and WA residents.

How you WIN at the Australian Open Tennis….

 

If your player wins you get your WINNING bet, PLUS bonus bets for every ace they served.

If your player loses you’ll lose your bet (minimum $25), BUT get bonus bets for every ace they serve

Why use this Australian Open Betting Strategy?

While it is fine to take the approach of just backing the player you like on William Hill, it is a lot smarter to limit your potential cash risk. Especially considering your target in this is bonus bets. Here is how you can utilise this promotion PLUS minimise or even eliminate you $$ risk using a few very simple steps.

FIRSTLY, you must have a selection of the best bookies.

  • It takes 2 minutes to sign up
  • Grab a deposit bonus
  • AND you have them ready to go for all future promotions. Here are the ones we recommend:

 

Bet365 >> CLICK HERE to sign up

Have the best selection of markets and good odds. PLUS they have some awesome promotions like the recent Cricket Big Bash and bonus winnings on multi’s.

Pinnacle >> CLICK HERE to sign up

Almost always have the BEST odds, plus have a great range of alternative markets

Crownbet >> CLICK HERE to sign up

Can surprise with the best odds on occassion, but mostly have a big selection of great promotions

Ladbrokes >> CLICK HERE to sign up

Similar to Crownbet, can pop up with a gem in the odds, but have some great promotions like odds boost

 

(2) FINALLY, use the following example on any match in the mens or womens single’s. This example uses the minumim stake on William Hill ($25). You can increase your Bet 1 stake, just make sure you adjust Bet 2.

 

Using the first round clash between John Isner and Konstantin Kravchuk

John Isner ($1.14) on William Hill

Bet 1: $25.00 on Isner to win to win $28.50 ($3.50 profit)

Konstantin Kravchuk ($7.60) on Crownbet

Bet 2: What ever the Bet 1 is….($3.50) on Kravchuk to win

 

Outcomes

If Isner WINS you break even

If Kravchuk WINS you only lose $1.90 instead of $25 (or more)

Either result you collect bonus bets matching the number of aces Isner serves.

Who to follow?

Be careful to not just select the ‘best’ players in the rankings. Many players in the top 10 actually don’t dominate the service game.

In the Men’s, only one player inside the top 10 averages over 10 aces per match over the past year.

On the Women’s side, many would automatically say Serena is a lock. While that’s true to an extent, we need to look a little deeper for the ‘best’ and most consistent servers in women’s tennis. Having said that, most players average very little, and only 2 players inside the top 10 averaged over 5 aces per match in 2016.

The balance with this Australian Open Tennis is finding players that not only serve a decent number of aces, but also give you a great chance of extending deep into the finals. Raonic is a great example, and even Andy Murray who averages 6.7 aces per match is a great option. Otherwise, it is all about assessing each day and giving yourself the best chance.

See the below list of players with the best average aces per match in 2016 on hard courts. ATP and WTA ranking in brackets (#).

Mens (average over 10)

  1. John Isner (#19) – 21.1
  2. Ivo Karlovic (#21) – 19.8
  3. Nick Kyrgios (#13)- 13.9
  4. Gilles Muller (#28) – 13.4
  5. Milos Raonic (#3) – 12.9
  6. Kevin Anderson (#80) – 12.7
  7. Feliciano Lopez (#29)- 12.0
  8. Sam Querry (#32) – 11.5
  9. Nicolas Almagro (#42) – 11.4
  10. Roger Federer (#17) – 11.0
  11. Jo-Wilfred Tsonga (#12) – 10.0

Others to note (over 9.0) – Marin Cilic (#7), Tomas Berdych (#10), Viktor Troicki (#35)

 

Womens (average over 5)

  1. Kristyna Pliskova (#61) – 11.4
  2. Karolina Pliskova (#6) – 8.69
  3. Serena Williams (#2)- 7.36
  4. Coco Vandeweghe (#37) – 5.8