2017 Brisbane International Odds - ATP Tennis Lines at BetDSI
The 2017 Brisbane International Presented by Suncorp will be the ninth edition of this event, which is a part of the Australian Open Series, which leads up to the first Grand Slam of the year. This ATP World Tour 250 event is played on outdoor hard courts in Tennyson, which is a suburb of Brisbane, the capital of the Australian state of Queensland.
Event: ATP – Brisbane International Presented By Suncorp
Date: Wednesday, January 4th – Tuesday, January 10th, 2017
Location: Queensland Tennis Centre, Tennyson, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
TV: Check local listings
How To Bet On Men’s Tennis
If you’re going to betting on men’s tennis, then you need to know about moneylines. When you pull up the lines, you’ll see two players with odds next to their names. If a player has a plus sign next to his name, like +250, that’s the amount of money you’d win if you bet $100 on them and they won. On the other side of it, if you see a player with a minus sign in front of their odds, like -275, that’s the amount you’d bet to win $100 on them.
Prize Money and Points Breakdown
The singles winner will receive 250 points and $72,000, while 150 poitns and $37,900 goes to the finalist. It is 90 points and $20,545 for the semifinals, 45 points and $11,705 for the quarterfinals, 20 points and $6,900 for the round of 16, no points and $4,085 for the round of 28, 12 points for the final qualifier, six points and $1,840 for the second qualifier, and no points and $920 for the first qualifier.
For doubles, it is 250 points and $21,850 for the winners, 150 points and $11,500 for the runners-up, 90 points and $6,230 for the semifinals, 45 points and $3,570 for the quarterfinals, and no points and $2,090 for the round of 16.
2017 Confirmed Contestants
Canada's Milos Raonic will be back to defend his 2016 title as the top seed, followed by Switzerland's Stanislas Wawrinka, Japan's Kei Nishikori and Austria's Dominic Thiem. Spain's Rafael Nadal will round out the top five for the singles players as he plays in Brisbane for the first time.
Raonic exacted revenge of Switzerland's Roger Federer with a straight-sets win for his lone victory of 2016 as Federer beat Raonic in three sets in 2015. Last year was Federer's third straight trip to the finals in Brisbane, but he has just one win here. A number of players have won this event twice: Australia's Mark Woodforde, Sweden's Nicklas Kulti, Russia's Yevgeny Kafelnikov, and Great Britain's Andy Murray. Australia's Lleyton Hewitt holds the record with three wins here.
The doubles title went to Finland's Henri Kontinen and Australia's John Peers in a straight-sets win over the Australian team of James Duckworth and Chris Guccione. It was the first win of the season for Kontinen and Peers as a team and their first win in Brisbane, although Peers won the previous year with Great Britain's Jamie Murray. Only one team has won this event more than once, and that is the Australia duo of Woodforde and Todd Woodbridge, who won three times; both also won here as singles players.
|2016||Milos Raonic||Roger Federer||6-4, 6-4|
|2015||Roger Federer||Milos Raonic||6-4, 6-7 (2-7), 6-4|
|2014||Lleyton Hewitt||Roger Federer||6-1, 4-6, 6-3|
|2013||Andy Murray||Grigor Dimitrov||7-6, (7-0), 6-4|
|2012||Andy Murray||Alexandr Dolgopolov||6-1, 6-3|
|2016||Henri Kontinen - John Peers||James Duckworth - Chris Guccione||7-6 (7-4), 6-1|
|2015||Jamie Murray - John Peers||Alexandr Dolgopolov - Kei Nishikori||6-3, 7-6 (7-4)|
|2014||Mariusz Fyrstenberg - Daniel Nestor||Juan Sebastian Cabal - Robert Farah||6-7 (4-7), 6-4, (10-7)|
|2013||Marcelo Melo - Tommy Rebredo||Eric Butorac - Paul Hanley||4-6, 6-1, (10-5)|
|2012||Max Mirnyi - Daniel Nestor||Jurgen Melzer - Philipp Petzschner||6-1, 6-2|