PRN: It's Grand Slam Time at Titan Bet

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It's Grand Slam Time at Titan Bet


LONDON, January 16, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --

As the 2012 Australian Open kicks into high gear, Titan Bet is getting in on the action with some of the best odds anywhere online and a fantastic sign-up offer.

We're really excited about what is starting to look like a cracking year for sports and for sports betting here at Titan Bet. With football season already providing some high-quality action, it's now time to serve up some aces as we head down under for the first grand slam of 2012 - the Australian Open.

The Aussie Open, being the first grand slam of the year, is often regarded as a chance for players to set a positive tone for the upcoming year of competition. With Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal both recovering from recent injuries, the 2012 tournament seems to be slightly more open than previous years, but can the dominance of the top four seeds really be toppled? And if so, by who?

As far as Australian Open odds go, that dominance is still firmly in place with Djokovic as the favorite followed by Federer, Murray and Nadal. If you're skeptical about an upset, and are set on picking the top seeds, then make sure to do your online betting at Titan Bet. We're determined to provide our bettors with the best odds for this tournament, especially for the favorites, so place your bets with us and you won't be wasting your wagers on lousy payouts.

If you are planning to go for the longer odds, you'll be glad to know that this year's tournament has a very talented player roster which includes both experienced players such as Juan Martin Del Potro, Fernando Verdasco, and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, as well as younger players like Milos Raonic, Bernard Tomic, and Kei Nishikori. Although being lower-seeded, all these players have proven themselves in the past by wins against the top four.

The men's singles looks set to provide us with some very entertaining in-play betting, but what about the women's? Well, although she's top seed for the tournament, Caroline Wozniacki unfortunately sustained a wrist injury in her loss against Agnieszka  Radwanska  at the Sydney International. According to the WTA, a scan of the 21-year-old Dane's wrist shows "some inflammation" but "no major damage". With only four days to go until the Open begins, things are not looking great for Wozniacki who has yet to convert her fantastic form into an actual grand slam victory.

Bookmakers have turned to the rest of the field for their favorites, listing Petra Kvitova, Serena Williams, Victoria Azarenka, and defending champion Kim Clijsters as the top four. Keep an eye out for Li Na, Sam Stosur and Agnieszka  Radwanska  who are all in form and definitely have what it takes to challenge the top seeds.

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