Tennis Betting Guides

For anyone who bets a lot, tennis has to be on their list of sports to cover. There is seemingly a game being played somewhere in the world at every hour of the day or night, with much of it live streamed too. Plus, with it being a popular sport there are generally more features and offers available for it.

In terms of betting on tennis, there are so many bet types that any punter can find something to suit their style, and once a game goes in play the cycle of point, game, and set betting creates hundreds of betting options per hour. You can’t just steam in there and expect to be hitting aces though, you need to hone your skills and tactically defeat your opponent, and these articles will teach you how.

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Tennis Court Surfaces

We tend to focus on the players when looking at a tennis fixture, but the surface they play on can have a huge impact on how they perform, with some players being better suited to certain surfaces. If you are wagering money on one of these players, knowing a bit about how the surface will effect their game could save your bet.
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Disqualification in Tennis

It doesn't happen often, but when a tennis player is disqualified it can cause problems for anyone who has bet on them. So why do players get disqualified, and what happens to your bet if they do?
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Retirement Rules in Tennis Betting

A player could retire from a game for a number of reasons, but the impact that could have on your bet will depend on who you are betting with and the exact bet that you have made. There are a number of different rules covering this scenario discussed within.
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Set Betting in Tennis

To add an extra dimension to your tennis bet, you could consider set betting. It makes betting on a short favourite a little more interesting and rewarding, for example, but of course you are also making a more difficult bet.
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Match Betting in Tennis

Unlike a lot of other sports, match betting in tennis can provide wildly different odds depending on who is playing who. It's still a simple bet whether placed ahead of time or in-play, and even though there is no such thing as a draw in tennis there are one or two rules to watch out for.