Another thrilling edition of the French Open awaits over the next fortnight as the best players in the world gather in Paris for the chance to win a major title.
Either Dominic Thiem or Alexander Zverev will win a maiden Grand Slam title when the pair square off for the US Open silverware on Sunday (Monday morning AEST).
World No. 1 Novak Djokovic begins his quest for a fourth US Open title when he takes on Damir Dzumhur in the opening round on Monday (Tuesday AEST).
Tennis Tips & Betting Advice
Betting on Tennis
Tennis continues to be one of the most popular sports to bet on online, with every Grand Slam tournament, ATP event and WTA competition receiving plenty of coverage from the world’s leading bookmakers – 24 hours a day, seven days a week. This can be on your PC, tablet or mobile device.
While the likes of Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer dominate the outright betting in every ATP tournament they enter, that does not mean there aren’t some lucrative odds for punters to get their hands on. And the same goes for the women’s side of the sport, with Serena Williams and Victoria Azarenka among the stars of the show.
Those lucrative odds come in the form of different markets for every ATP and WTA Tour match taking place. Go beyond the traditional match betting and you will find a raft of options, meaning there is money to be made.
Set betting is incredibly popular because it can offer value that can be missing when betting on the match result itself. For example, backing Novak Djokovic to win a match will not give you much of a return unless he is facing one of the top four, but betting on him to win 2-1, for example, could bring the value. Set Handicap, Total Sets and To Win 1st set are other markets that tennis enthusiasts can exploit, so betting on this sport is never dull.
And the leading bookmakers – including Ladbrokes and BetEasy – are now offering live betting on a daily basis. No longer are you restricted to betting on the match before the opening serve, you can now wait and see how the match starts to unfold before placing your bet. Bet on who will take the next set or who will win the next point. And what if the pre-match favourite drops the first set? With in-play betting you could find more favourable odds for your man that perhaps were not there before the two players took to the court.
Tennis is also proving popular with the bookmakers who like to offer money back specials on a routine basis. Several bookmakers offer cashback specials for ATP Tour and WTA Tour events, while the Grand Slam tournaments tend to receive special attention. What better security blanket can there be than a bookie pledging to refund losing outright bets if one of the big guns wins the tournament?
Our tennis experts are there every step of the way with daily coverage of every tournament taking place, so you are never in the dark about the latest odds, betting specials and live streaming. Want to know when to back Rafael Nadal and when you can watch him live? Check out our Tennis section. It has all the information you need!
Best Australian Bookmakers for Tennis Betting
All bookmakers offer betting markets on tennis tournaments throughout the year with daily odds available on individual matches from ATP Tour and WTA Tour events as well as the Grand Slam events.
Check out of bookmaker reviews to see which is the best betting agency to join.
Tennis Live Streams: How To Watch Live
bet365 are the leading bookmaker when it comes to streaming sports online and that includes a huge number of tennis tournaments and matches including all ATP and WTA events as well as the Grand Slams.
You will find the entire tennis schedule available in bet365’s live streaming service, where there is up to 60,000 different events streamed live each year, and it allows you to watch the action from mobile, laptop, tablet or PC.
So no matter where you are you can stream the best of the tennis tournaments each week.
Under Australian law, we are required to inform you that Live Streaming on bet365 is exempt from Parts 3 and 4 of the Broadcasting Services (Online Content Service Provider Rules) 2018.
For more information on how to bet on Tennis. Please visit our How to Guide here