Tennis is one of the most loved sports in the world. The reason for this is quite unknown, but hey, all for the love of the game. Australians have always loved tennis and with tennis betting, in the picture, the thrill of the game just become better. Real money has this thing of adding a little more spice to every sport. And tennis was no exception.
How to Bet on Tennis Online
There are several ways that Australians can wager on tennis online. Each of these ways has its own different set rules but are equally rewarding.
Match betting is the simplest form of tennis betting. This is because all you have to do is to bet on the outcome of the match. For most betting sites, the basis of the bet is AU 100.
The line allows you to bet on the favorite that is marked with a minus sign. This means that you will have to risk more than you will be able to win. And the underdog is marked with a plus sign, this means that your potential returns will be higher than your initial bet.
Tennis Set Betting
This means that all you want to predict the exact outcome of the bet. This can be very risky at the same time very rewarding. Risky in the sense that, if you wrong, you lose the whole bet, but in the chance that you are right. Well, that money in the bag for you to enjoy.
Parley Betting/ Total Games
In parley betting, you can combine multiple sets into a single wager. The risk in taking this bet is that if one set is wrong, you lose all your money. So in layman terms, it’s all or nothing.
Just as the name says it, future. Bets of this kind are set in motion long before the actual game is played. They do offer better odds and most sites set them up about a week before the match is played.
This basically takes into consideration everything else that hasn’t been mentioned above. Take, for instance, predicting whether there is a tie-break or not.
This is a bet that is usually placed in tournaments. You bet on who will win the tournament.
What to consider when Betting on Tennis
Before you place you place a bet in tennis there are a number of factors that you have to consider:
- Injuries: is/ has the player that you are betting on been injured recently or is their opponent injured.
- Motivation: some players may be good on grass, while others may be good on turf
- Fitness: is the player physically fit and healthy.
- Weather: some players have a history of performing better in certain weather conditions.
- Head-to-head bets: betting on who will win or lose
- Left-handers: left-handers are known to have better odds in winning tennis
- In-Play Betting: these are bets that can be placed after the game has started