Australian Open Best Bets Tonight | Who Will Advance in Australian Open?

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After one of the best days of tennis in a long time, Thursday's Australian Open slate is primed to feature more exciting tennis with a number of valuable betting opportunities.

Read on to see how our tennis betting analysts are viewing the slate of tennis ahead across the men's and women's draws.

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Australian Open Best Bets

Matches are listed in chronological order. Match times are subject to change, and many will be played after the projected start time. Please bet responsibly. You can check out our responsible gaming hub here.

Karen Khachanov (-160) vs Tomas Machac (+130)

7 p.m. ET

Karen Khachanov and Tomas Machac open the day's slate on the men's side of things, and the match will feature some of the biggest hitting of the day.

Paula Badosa (-150) vs Amanda Anisimova (+120) 

7 p.m. ET

In the women's draw, Paula Badosa and Amanda Anisimova, two players coming off lengthy layoffs from tennis, get the action going.

Jannik Sinner (-3500) vs. Sebastian Baez (+2100)

8 p.m. ET

Jannik Sinner is a massive favorite to get past Sebastian Baez, but is the price warranted on the Italian, and how can you bet the match?

Magdalena Frech (-215) vs Anastasia Zakharova (+180) 

9 p.m. ET

Magdalena Frech has already secured two upsets to get into the third round, and she now finds herself a favorite against Anastasia Zakharova.

Taylor Fritz (-340) vs Fabian Marozsan (+270)

9 p.m. ET

Once the American with the biggest future ceiling on tour, Taylor Fritz is looking to rebuild his stature. He'll take on Fabian Maroszan in the third round.

Mirra Andreeva (-1250) vs Diane Parry (+700)

10 p.m. ET

Mirra Andreeva showed the world just how good she is with her throttling of Ons Jabeur, and she'll look to back that up on Thursday against Diane Parry.

Marta Kostyuk (-400) vs Elina Avanesyan (+300)

10:05 p.m. ET

Marta Kostyuk battled through a long match with the steady Elise Mertens, and her next opponent, Elina Avanesyan, got past Maria Sakkari to get here.

Stefanos Tsitsipas (-475) vs Luca Van Assche (+350)

11 p.m. ET

Stefanos Tsitsipas is looking sharp as ever in Australia. How should you be looking at his contest with Luca Van Assche?

Ben Shelton (-255) vs Adrian Mannarino (+205)

11 p.m. ET

Quickly becoming one of the biggest names in tennis, a win here for Ben Shelton would set him up for a blockbuster rematch with Novak Djokovic. Can he get there?

Novak Djokovic (-2000) vs Tomas Martin Etcheverry (+800) 

3 a.m. ET

World No. 1 and 24-time Grand Slam champion Novak Djokovic meets Tomas Martin Etcheverry, who has been looking very solid, failing to drop a set thus far.

Alex de Minaur (-1200) vs Flavio Cobolli (+700)

3 a.m. ET

Aussie fan favorite Alex de Minaur clashes with in-form Italian Flavio Cobolli as he looks to push forward in Melbourne.

Andrey Rublev (-235) vs Sebastian Korda (+190)

5 a.m. ET

Sebastian Korda was able to pick up a marquee win over a Russian down under last year. Can he do it again against Andrey Rublev?

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