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Having a punt on the tennis is becoming ever more popular, and with Wimbledon, US Open, Australian and French Open there are plenty of markets and opportunities to get involved!
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Bet365 offer a thorough experience for punters looking to bet on tennis events throughout the year. You simply do not have to bet on the outright markets anymore.
Along with the standard match betting market they offer a variety of markets which should cover all the bases.
For more popular tournaments, especially the four majors including Wimbledon and the US Open, Bet365 tend to offer a lot more markets for each game compared to tournaments that aren’t as prestigious. Below are some of the markets on offer.
Set betting is simply predicting the correct score of the match. This is a bet that can be placed pre-match and in-play. This bet can be backed as a single or added to multiples for increased odds.
First set betting
This type of bet allows users to back the player they think will win the first set.
Available game to game punters can bet on who is going to win the next game. There are also markets for betting on whether the next game will have a tie break or not.
For bigger games Bet365 offer the score for each game after a certain number of points. Perfect for quick betting.
Available in play in most matches, points betting rolls from game to game. So if you’re looking for quick betting then this is the bet for you. Users can place bets on who will win the next point or the 3rd and 4th point in the set etc.
When the top names are playing against lesser opposition the odds tend to be pretty poor. So for some added value handicap betting could be beneficial. This type of bet gives players a head start, kind of.
For example if you back a player with +4.5 handicap then they’ll have a four game advantage. So they could still lose the game but it could be a winning bet if each set is close.
Tie break in match
Pretty straight forward. For games that you think might be a little tight then betting on a tie break in the match could be profitable.
The double result market combines first set betting and the match market to create one bet for added value.
For example you could have Andy Murray to win the first set and to win the match or Andy Murray to win the first set and lose.
Bet on how many games there will be in the match. This can be done pre-match and in-play and works on the over or under format.
This can also be done for each set. There are six values which users can back either over or under for each.
Available for each set in-play users can bet on the correct score of each set. Again this is perfect for users who like betting in-play.
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