Remember the final set of Andy Murray’s 2013 Wimbledon men’s singles victory over Novak Djokovic? It was pulsating drama. The Scot was two sets up against the 2011 champion but as the third set twisted and turned constantly, with Murray blowing a couple of championship points, doubt crept in for the spectators. Then, at the crucial point, the Glaswegian rediscovered his composure to get over the line, meaning the glory and adoration was his.
We’re not saying that betting on tennis has the emotional implications that Centre Court final did for Andy – far from it – but it’s hard not to be drawn by tennis betting sites. There is a sense of achievement that comes with successfully backing the winner of tournaments – not just Wimbledon but also the Roland-Garros, the US open and any other you care to mention.
The best tennis betting sites will not only provide the most attractive tennis betting odds, but also provide tennis betting tips. For example, Sam Querrey made a name for himself at the 2017 Wimbledon, when the American’s powerful serve saw him defeat Murray in the quarter-finals.
The aim for tipsters is to locate in-form players like 30-year-old Querrey, who have risen under the radar and could be capable of defying big odds to knock out the household names.
Anyone who does gamble on this sport will need to be familiar with the tennis betting rules. For example, bets on Name The Finalists/Final Forecast/Reach The Final are called Non-runner no-bet. In other words, this means that the specified tournament must be completed in full for bets to stand.
The pace and unpredictability of tennis makes it one of the most captivating sports around – whether you’re betting on singles or doubles, the fun quadruples.