PUNTERS who have followed our Australian Open tips throughout the 2017 tournament have had a money-making field day so far and we are not even close to being done yet.
Wednesday marks the quarter-final stage in the men’s tournament, and we are looking towards two men to continue their winning form over their opponents.
On the women’s side, two stars of the tour face off against players that are ranked significantly lower, and we’re backing the pedigree of the champions to see us through to the winning dividend.
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Tips for the Wednesday, January 25 Australian Open multi:
Grigor Dimitrov to beat David Goffin ($1.55)
Milos Raonic to defeat Rafael Nadal ($2.20)
Serena Williams to progress past Johanna Konta ($1.53)
Karolina Pliskova to defeat Mirjana Lucic-Baroni ($1.20)
David Goffin vs. Grigor Dimitrov
The first match of our multi is an interesting battle between the world number 11 David Goffin and the 15th seed Gigor Dimitrov.
Both men took four sets to advance through to the quarter-final stage in matches they always looked in control of.
The pair have met four times on the professional circuit and Dimitrov is yet to taste defeat against the German.
Dimitrov is in sensational form and has dominated against Goffin in the head-to-head standings. It all points towards a progression through to the semi-finals for the Bulgarian.
Grigor Dimitrov to win $1.55 via WilliamHill.com.au
Rafael Nadal vs Milos Raonic
The second leg of our Wednesday multi is a match worthy of a grand slam final as Milos Raonic meets Rafael Nadal.
Nadal was strong in his victory over world number six Gael Monfils on Monday night. The 2009 Australian Open champion snuffed out the charismatic Monfils in his trademark grinding style to keep his title hopes alive.
Raonic has battling sickness in the second week of the Open, but still managed to progress past Bautista Agut in four sets on Monday. The third seed is in prime position to have another shot at a grand slam final.
The Canadian has won two of the last three meetings between the pair, including a stylish three set win at the Brisbane International earlier in the year, and we are backing Raonic to make it three wins from four against the evergreen Rafa.
Milos Raonic to win $2.20 via WilliamHill.com.au
Johanna Konta vs Serena Williams
Serena Williams and Johanna Konta meet for the first time on the WTA Tour for the third leg of our Wednesday Australian Open multi.
Both women have been at their sensational best so far this tournament.
Williams is yet to drop a set in this tournament and has plenty of incentive to perform at her best at Melbourne Park.
The world number two is not only chasing a seventh Australian Open title, but given world number one Angelina Kerber was eliminated in the first week of the tournament, top spot in the rankings beckons for Serena if she can salute.
Johanna Konta will present an enormous challenge for Williams.
The Sydney-born Brit is in career-best form. Konta won the Sydney International without dropping a set and has not conceded one in the Australian Open.
This is one of the hardest match ups to predict in the multi but we are backing the experience of Serena to see her through. She looks to have her eye on that number one ranking and we are backing the greatest women’s player of all-time to recapture it in Melbourne.
Serena Williams to win $1.53 via WilliamHill.com.au
Karolina Pliskova vs Mirjana Lucic-Baroni
Big serving Czech Karolina Pilskova tackles world 79 Mirjana Lucic-Baroni in the final leg of our Wednesday multi.
After taking out the Brisbane International Pilskova has been absolutely brilliant at Melbourne Park. After dashing the hopes of Australia’s last hope Daria Gavrilova in dominant fashionthere is no reason to think her sensational form will not continue.
The lowly ranked Lucic-Baroni’s tournament to date has belied her WTA standings. The Croatian stunned world number three Agnieszka Radwanska in the second round to get to this stage and looks to be in career-best form.
We are taking Pilskova here. The way she snuffed out Gavrilova was the type of consummate professional performance that you build a title campaign on and we think the world number five should have no problems advancing through to the semi-finals on Wednesday.
Karolina Pliskova to win $1.20 via WilliamHill.com.au
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