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Will Bernie's New Girl Be Courtside At Aussie Open?


Tuesday, 8 January 2013
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Will Bernie's New Girl Be Courtside At Aussie Open?

Expect to see plenty of Bernard Tomic’s new squeeze Chelsey Grbic on your TV screens this summer with online bookmaker sportsbet.com.au tipping the Gold Coast stunner to be courtside supporting the Aussie at his Australian Open first round clash next week.

Gribic cheering Bernie on courtside has been priced at $1.62, with a no-show the $2.20 outsider.

And while it looks like Grbic will be at the Australian Open, it seems the couple won’t be rushing things, with $1.20 on offer that they won’t get engaged in 2013, with yes at $4.00.

“Grbic looks the perfect fit to take over from Bec Hewitt as the Queen WAG of the Aussie tennis scene – that’s if she shows up for Bernie’s first round match,” sportsbet.com.au’s Ben Hawes said.
“At this rate though, Bernie will soon be known as the new Marat Safin!”
Punters can also have a crack at what Grbic will wear when cheering Tomic on, with a singlet top the $1.80 favourite, ahead of a dress ($3.50), while Grbic wearing a bikini ($21) looks unlikely.

Sportsbet.com.au has also opened a market on what TV network will be the first to interview Grbic, with Seven heading the betting at $1.33, ahead of Nine ($3.50), Ten ($5.50) and Playboy TV ($51).
Markets courtesy of sportsbet.com.au
Will Chelsey Grbic attend Bernard Tomic’s 1st round Australian Open match?
$1.62 Yes
$2.20 No

What will Chelsey Grbic wear to Bernard Tomic’s 1st round Australian Open match?
$1.80 Singlet top
$3.50 Dress
$4.00 T-Shirt/Blouse
$7.00 Suit
$21 Bikini

Will they last the year as a couple?
$1.83 Yes
$1.83 No

Will they get engaged in 2013?
$1.20 No
$4.00 Yes

First TV network to interview Chelsey Grbic?
$1.33 Seven
$3.50 Nine
$5.00 Ten
$51 Playboy TV

ENDS

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