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Back our huge 574,087/1 Tennis Grand Slam 2024 acca here!

Updated on 3:33pm GMT 15 September 2023
Back our huge 574,087/1 Tennis Grand Slam 2024 acca here!
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Fresh off the back of his massive win in last year’s Women’s Grand Slam each-way acca, which paid out at around 48/1 thanks to three winners and a runner-up in 2023, Aaron Ashley is back to give us his thoughts on next year’s tournaments.

He has selected a winner for both the men’s and women’s singles for each Grand Slam of 2024, combined into three absolutely gigantic each-way accas!

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758/1 Men’s Grand Slam each-way accumulator

Australian Open winner prediction – Novak Djokovic at 5/4

Novak Djokovic won three of the four Grand Slam titles last season to take his Major haul to 24, showing at 36 years of age that he still has plenty left to offer.

Djokovic was crowned Australian Open champion for a tenth time last season and, having won the Melbourne title in four of the last five years, he should take plenty of stopping as he is rarely undercooked for the opening Major of the campaign.

French Open winner prediction – Holger Rune at 8/1

Djokovic and Carlos Alcaraz are unlikely to have things their own way all season and they may be at their most vulnerable at the French Open, where there appears to be plenty of strength in depth amongst the clay-court performers.

With King of Clay Rafael Nadal having struggled for recent appearances, Danish youngster Holger Rune may pose the most serious test and he did claim the 2019 French Open boys’ singles title.

Rune’s two French Open main draw appearances have resulted in runs to the quarter-final while at 20 years of age he is already a four-time finalist on the clay.

Wimbledon winner prediction – Jannik Sinner at 14/1

Djokovic had won Wimbledon on four straight occasions prior to losing to Alcaraz in last season’s final, but Jannik Sinner may be ready to serve it up to the big two this year.

The big-serving Sinner appears to have a game well-suited to the grass, having made the quarter-final in 2022 and gone one better on his way to the semi-finals last season.

The impressive Italian was no match for Djokovic in the last four but the 22-year-old is still open to plenty of improvement and claiming his maiden Masters 1000 title in Canada should have installed him with the belief to challenge for Grand Slam silverware.

US Open winner prediction – Carlos Alcaraz at 6/4

Alcaraz already has two Grand Slam titles to his name despite being only 20 and the Spanish sensation looks certain to add plenty of big successes to his CV in the years to come, starting with another US Open title.

The Murcia man lifted his first Grand Slam title at Flushing Meadows two years ago and although beaten in the semi-final by Daniil Medvedev last season, that setback looks set to spur him on to even loftier heights.

755/1 Women’s Grand Slam each-way accumulator

Australian Open women’s winner prediction – Aryna Sabalenka at 5/1

Aryna Sabalenka had a year to remember in 2023 as she claimed her maiden Grand Slam title and moved up to world number one.

Sabalenka’s first Major came at the Australian Open and there is no reason to doubt her as she bids to defend her title and show why she should be considered the best female player on the planet.

The Belarusian’s hard-hitting style makes her extremely tough to beat when on song and she has been a model of consistency in Grand Slam events, having also finished runner-up at last season’s US Open and made at least the semi-final in six of her last nine Majors.

French Open women’s winner prediction – Iga Swiatek at 1/1

Iga Swiatek has a point to prove next season after being replaced by Sabalenka as world number one, so expect her to return to the court with a vengeance.

Swiatek is proving a formidable force on clay, having won the French Open in three of the last four seasons, and the Pole is likely to showcase her clay-court prowess once again and should take plenty of stopping in her Roland Garros title defence.

Wimbledon women’s winner prediction – Elena Rybakina at 6/1

Things petered out for Elena Rybakina last season having started so positively with a runner-up effort at the Australian Open, but the classy Kazakh is likely to come back stronger and could regain her Wimbledon title.

Rybakina’s serving tailed off at the end of last season but she was crowned Wimbledon champion in 2022 and then she made the quarter-final in her title defence, which highlights her grass-court credentials.

With Swiatek yet to deliver her best on grass, the All England Club may be the perfect place for the world number four to showcase her talents.

US Open women’s winner prediction – Coco Gauff at 8/1

This season’s US Open was further evidence that home players have a significant advantage in front of passionate support and American ace Coco Gauff could be tough to thwart in her title defence.

Gauff thrived on hard courts last season and showed great character throughout her US Open adventure, which included a come-from-behind win over newly-crowned world number one Sabalenka in the final.

The 19-year-old could go from strength to strength after her landmark win and it’s tough to forget that she lost only one of her final 19 matches of the 2023 campaign.

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