Wimbeldon Men Tennis Odds 2023
|Felix Auger Aliassime||+2000|
|Roberto Bautista Agut||+8000|
|Alex De Minaur||+8000|
Wimbeldon Women Tennis Odds 2023
Tennis betting odds are simply values associated with tennis matches that bettors can place wagers on. They are similar in nature to most other sports betting events and include both straight-up and futures bets.
Tennis odds are especially popular during competitions such as Wimbledon, the US Open, Australian Open, French Open, and other major tournaments. Tennis betting also has a wide reach because of the international scale, compared to leagues such as the NFL, which primarily target Americans.
How to read tennis odds
Reading tennis odds is much like other sports; any athlete with a “+” preceding their odds is the underdog, and any athlete with a “-” is the favorite. If both outcomes include “-,” then the outcome with the lesser value is the favorite.
In futures bets, there are rarely any outcomes with negative values— in this case, the outcome with, again, the lowest value is favorite, and the rest are underdogs.
How to bet on tennis
Betting on tennis only requires a simple click of the gambler’s favorite bet, an allocation of money (or promotional opportunity), and a submission. Bettors can wager on which athlete will win a particular match, the entire competition, or how the athlete will win.
Which athlete should I bet on?
This changes from event to event. Analyzing each athlete’s history and the current world rankings is important, but certain athletes also tend to perform better in different areas or on different surfaces, which is another important consideration.
Where can I find tennis odds?
Because tennis is such a popular sport, nearly all sportsbooks are practically guaranteed to offer tennis betting lines. Bettors can search for them in sections or subheadings, but if they are not there, it may be because the event is too far away or too small.
What bets are the best?
Moneylines— straight-up prediction of which athlete is going to win a particular match— are the most popular. Futures are also popular but are much riskier, offering bettors the chance to balance risk with reward.