Get Safety Net At Betezy With Australian Open Top 10 Seed Bets

Back any Men's or Women's Singles player to win the Australian Open and get a refund of up to $25 from Betezy, if they're out before the Fourth Round at Melbourne.

The Australian Open begins this Sunday, for what is sure to be two weeks of gripping Tennis action at Melbourne Park.

With a host of household names vying for both the Men’s and Women’s 2014 Singles titles, all but two of them will be left disappointed. And, should their quest for Australian Open glory come unstuck in the first three rounds, Betezy will provide you with a safety net for your selections.

Simply back any of the top 10 seeds to win the 2014 Australian Open and get up to $25 of your stake refunded by Betezy, if your selection is out before the Fourth Round begins.

For more information on Betezy’s generous Early Exit Refund offer, click here.

Defending champions Novak Djokovic and Victoria Azarenka are both listed as number two seeds for this year’s tournament, with Rafael Nadal and Serena Williams respectively beating them to the coveted top spots.

Three-times runner-up Andy Murray has been named as the number four seed, behind David Ferrer. Meanwhile, sixth-seed Roger Federer is a potential Quarter-Final opponent for the British Number One.

However, with Murray just returning from back surgery and Federer failing to reach a Slam final for the first time in 10 years last year, a second Djokovic-Nadal final in three years looks on the cards.

With current Women’s number one Williams odds-on favourite to lift an 18th major title of her career, the rest of the top 10 will have to be at their best to stop her.

Third seed and 2008 champion Maria Sharapova has reached the last four of the last two Melbourne majors. Although, Li Na has finished as runner-up in two of the last three Australian Open finals, so the fourth seed could prove to be a dark horse once again.

Betezy are also running a First Set Tie-Break Refund offer on their Australian Open Head-to-Head markets, for anyone wishing to bet on individual games.