Australian Open Quarterfinals Odds Favor Djokovic, Alcaraz

  • The top two seeds in the Australian Open, Novak Djokovic and Carlos Alcaraz, have +150 odds to meet in the finals.
  • Novak Djokovic has -950 odds to defeat Taylor Fritz in the quarterfinals.
  • There are -500 odds favoring Carlos Alcaraz against Alexander Zverev in Tuesday night’s match.

MELBOURNE – Top seeded Novak Djokovic and Carlos Alcaraz are heavily favored to advance past their quarterfinals’ opponents. Djokovic is a 6.5-game favorite over Taylor Fritz in Monday night’s Australian Open match.

Australian Open odds at USA online sportsbooks expect Djokovic and Alcaraz to cruise to another Grand Slam finals meeting. There are +150 odds for the top two players in the world to face off in the 2024 Australian Open final.

Novak Djokovic Vs Taylor Fritz Betting Lines

Player Spread Moneyline Total
Novak Djokovic -6.5 (-115) -950 O34.0 (-115)
Taylor Fritz +6.5 (-115) +650 U34.0 (-115)

Djokovic is 8-0 all-time against Fritz in their career head-to-head matches. He defeated Fritz by nine games in their last meeting, which took place at the 2023 US Open.

Although Fritz’s powerful serve suits him bets for hard surfaces, Djokovic is too formidable of an opponent. The Joker has -115 odds to cover the 6.5-game spread in Monday night’s match.

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Alcaraz (-500) Heavily Favored Over Zverev

No. 2 seed Carlos Alcaraz is a 5.5-game favorite against Alexander Zverev. Despite Alcaraz’s recent tennis dominance, he has a 3-4 record against Zverev head-to-head.

Alexander Zverev Vs Carlos Alcaraz Betting Lines

Player Spread Moneyline Total
Alexander Zverev +5.5 (-115) +375 O36.5 (-115)
Carlos Alcaraz -5.5 (-115) -500 U36.5 (-115)

Zverev is also 3-1 against Alcaraz on hard surfaces like the Australian Open. His long +375 moneyline odds at online sportsbooks with tennis odds are worth a shot to pull the upset in the quarterfinals.

Alcaraz and Zverev square off at 7 p.m. ET on Tuesday night.