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Tennis Multi Tips – read on below for our best multi tips from the French Open on Thursday May 26. Best odds of $15 for today’s four-leg multi with bet365.


  • Both Garin and Ivashka have a tendency to be involved in long matches. Garin has seen over 37.5 total games in 12 of his last 17 matches at the slams, while Ivashka has seen three sets in eight of his last nine ATP matches, with his last 10 going over the total games line. Ivashka also saw over 37.5 games in his R1 win over Paire. It’s a 50-50 contest, but either player winning in four or five sets looks on the cards – and if that happens, we should see over 37.5 games
  • Gaston peaks for the French Open and has already played three five setters at this tournament in as many appearances, beating Wawrinka and losing to Thiem in 2020 before his sensational upset of De Minaur in R1 this week. Gaston’s game style means he’s never going to dominate a match from start to finish, which means we should see clay court specialist Cachin get opportunities to sink his teeth into this match. However, Gaston, with the assistance of the vocal French crowd, should be able to grind out the win
  • Sonego breezed through his opening round over Gojowczyk 6-2 6-2 6-1 in just one hour and 46 minutes and is fresh for this second round clash, while Sousa is coming off a run to the final in Geneva last week before needing four hours and 23 minutes to see off qualifier Tseng in five sets in his opening round. Sousa will likely be feeling fatigued at some point, so Sonego to cover the -4.5 games line looks a good bet here
  • Badosa crushed Ferro for the loss of just two games in her opening round and she’s primed for another straight sets victory here. When the Spaniard wins, she usually wins fairly convincingly, with 20 of her last 25 victories coming in straight sets. Juvan can be a tricky player, but she’s lost four of her six Grand Slam second round matches, so back Badosa to get the job done


Multi betting is one of the most popular forms of punting and is committed to finding the best selections for consistent profit.

The biggest benefit of multi betting is that it multiples the odds for each selection you choose within a single stake. For example, betting on Novak Djokovic to beat Stefanos Tsitsipas at odds of $1.38 in a single stake isn’t going to pay out much of a profit. However, if you were to include Rafael Nadal beating Daniil Medvedev at odds of $1.47, all of a sudden your two-leg multi would be paying odds of $2.00 and you are doubling your money if successful.

The more legs you include in your multi, the higher the odds will be – but also the risk becomes greater. The idea is to find the perfect balance and that’s where we come in. Our expert tipsters go to great lengths to analyse all betting trends, patterns, statistics and form to come up with the best and most value multis – and all of our picks are free to our readers.

Multi bets aren’t just restricted to H2H and win markets either. In tennis, you can wager on set betting (2-1 or 2-0), games handicaps, total sets, total games and many more.

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