Tennis Betting Tips

Every year millions of tennis fans around the world put their knowledge of the game to the test by putting money on the Wimbledon betting markets. A good understanding of the game, combined with a basic knowledge of tennis betting, is a great way to enhance the Wimbledon experience and even profit off the greatest grand slam of them all.
1. Outright Betting

Placing an outright bet is the easiest way to bet on the Wimbledon Open championships. All this tennis betting option requires is for you to predict which player will win either the men’s or ladies draw at Wimbledon. To place an outright bet, simply click on the player you want to back on the Wimbledon odds tables.
2. Each Way Betting

Placing a single bet on a player to win Wimbledon is a risky option, which is why many tennis fans place each-way bets. To place an each-way bet, simply click the ‘each way’ box on your betting slip when you place an outright bet. This will double your stake, and you’ll have half your bet paid out at 1/2 odds if your selection makes the final but loses.
If your selection wins Wimbledon, you’ll have half your bet paid out at full odds and half your bet paid out at 1/2 odds. For an each way bet to be profitable if your player makes the final and loses, you’ll need to restrict each-way bets to players priced 2/1 or above in the Wimbledon betting markets.

3. Match Betting
You can bet on every match at the Wimbledon Open championship. This betting option couldn’t be easier. Simply choose the player you want to back in any given Wimbledon match. If your player wins, you’ll be paid out at the odds on offer at your bookmaker.

4. Set Betting
Experienced tennis bettors prefer set betting to match betting as it produces better odds, particularly on matches where the favourite is offered at low odds in the match betting markets. To win a set betting wager you’ll need to predict what the final score of the match will be in sets, as well as the winner. Odds are high enough for you to hedge your bet by betting on a few different outcomes.