Australian Open 2016 Tennis Day 3 Tips, Odds and Bets

Day 3 of the 2016 Australian Open tennis tournament is upon us and we take a look at the main matches on the day and give our tips and bets in what looks another fantastic day of tennis.


Match 1: Austin Krajicek vs Kei Nishikori

Time: 11:10

Tip: Kei Nishikori at $1.03

Value TIP: Nishikori 3-1 at $4.50


Match 2: Kateryna Bondarenko vs Svetlana Kuznetsova

Time: 11:10

Tip: Kateryna Bondarenko at $1.14

Value TIP: Bondarenko 2-0 at $9.00


Match 3: Aliaksandra Sasnovich vs Maria Sharapova

Time: 11:10

Tip: Maria Sharapova at $1.02


Match 4: Serena Williams vs Su-Wei Hsieh

Time: 12:55

Tip: Serena Williams at $1.01


Match 5: Belinda Bencic vs Timea Babos

Time: 13:25

Tip: Belinda Bencic at $1.22

Value TIP: Bencic 2-1 at $4.00


Match 6: Mirza Basic vs Tomas Berdych

Time: 14:40

Tip: Tomas Berdych at $1.02


Match 7: Roger Federer vs Alexandr Dolgopolov

Time: 14:40

Tip: Roger Federer at $1.06

Value TIP: Federer 3-1 at $3.75


Match 8: Carla Suárez Navarro vs Maria Sakkari

Time: 15:10

Tip: Maria Sakkari at $7.00

Value TIP: Sakkari 2-1 at $15.00


Match 9: Irina Falconi vs Roberta Vinci

Time: 15:55 

Tip: Roberta Vinci at $1.22


Match 10: Nick Kyrgios vs Pablo Cuevas

Time: 18:45

Tip: Nick Kyrgios at $1.08


Match 11: Agnieszka Radwanska vs Eugenie Bouchard

Time: 19:10

Tip: Agnieszka Radwanska at $1.21

Value TIP: Radwanska 2-1 at $4.00



Match 12: Jo-Wilfried Tsonga vs Omar Jasika

Time: 19:10

Tip: Jo-Wilfried Tsonga at $1.02

Value TIP: Tsonga 3 – 0 at $1.22


Match 13: Novak Djokovic vs Quentin Halys

Time: 20:55

Tip: Novak Djokovic at $1.05


Match 14: Daria Gavrilova vs Petra Kvitova

Time: 21:25

Tip: Petra Kvitova at $1.23



James Duckworth conceded he struggled with the role of spoiler at Australian Open, having succumb to hero Lleyton Hewitt in straight sets.

Hewitt will retire after his 20th Open campaign, meaning Duckworth was gunning for not only a second-round berth but also the end of Hewitt’s career on Tuesday night.

The 23-year-old started positively but Hewitt took control after winning the first-set tiebreaker, eventually triumphing 7-6 (7-5) 6-2 6-4.

“I’m disappointed about the loss,” Duckworth said.

“It was a great atmosphere … I’ll look back when my career ends saying that I shared the court with one of the best players ever in his last tournament on a big court.

“We played some good tennis out there … but, yeah, there is a lot of disappointment right now.”

Duckworth admitted he found it difficult to be cast as the bad guy in his home grand slam.

“It’s always tough playing a good friend and also someone I’ve looked up to for a number of years,” he said.

“It was a little bit different. It’s not exactly common to go out at your home grand slam, playing on the biggest court and most of the crowd’s not really on my side.

“Just the massive roar when he came out, when he was winning points was a bit odd. But it is what it is.”

Duckworth had a brief conversation with Hewitt at the net after the match.

“You’ve had a great career. You’re a legend,” he told the former world No.1.

Victoria Azarenka, who entered Rod Laver Arena after Hewitt’s emotional win, also paid tribute to the 34-year-old.

“What made my day today was the sign from Lleyton’s son – go Lleyton,” Azarenka said.

“Just seeing him warming up and boxing, to see so much passion after so many years is remarkable.

“I really admire that.

“I hope he does well and I hope you guys support him even more because he really deserves that.”

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