Tennis

Match Winner

The "Match Winner" bet in tennis refers to betting on the outcome of a single tennis match. The bettor is asked to predict which player will win the match, regardless of the number of sets played.
W1: You can bet on player 1 will win the match.
W2: You can bet on player 2 will win the match.
Each set is comprised of multiple games, and the first player to win six games (with a two-game lead) wins the set. If the set is tied at 6-6, a tiebreak is played to determine the winner of the set. The tiebreak is a race to seven points, with the player who reaches seven points first winning the set.
Odds for each player are set by bookmakers based on various factors, including their current form, head-to-head record, and the surface being played on. Bettors can then place their wagers on the player they believe will win the match.

Total Games

"Total Games" is a common betting market in tennis that allows bettors to wager on the total number of games that will be played in a match. Bookmakers set a line or "total" for the number of games they expect will be played in the match, and bettors can then place a wager on whether they think the actual number of games will be over or under that total.
For example, if the "Total Games" line is set at 21.5, bettors can place a wager on whether they think the actual number of games played in the match will be over 21.5 or under 21.5. If the actual number of games played is 22 or higher, the "Over" bet wins; if the actual number of games played is 21 or lower, the "Under" bet wins.
This type of betting can be especially appealing for those who are knowledgeable about the players involved in a match and the style of play they typically exhibit. By considering factors such as serving ability, return skills, and competitiveness, bettors can make an informed decision on the expected length of a match.

Games Handicap

"Games Handicap" is a type of betting in tennis that allows bettors to even the playing field by giving one player a handicap advantage in terms of games. The handicap is applied to the final score of the match, and the player who covers the handicap wins the bet.
For example, if player A is given a handicap advantage of +2.5 games and player B is given a handicap disadvantage of -2.5 games, this means that player A effectively starts the match 2.5 games ahead of player B. If player A wins the match 6-4, 6-4, the final score with the handicap applied would be 8.5-4, 4.5-4, in favor of player A. In this case, the "A +2.5" bet would win.
Handicaps can range from small advantages of just a few games to larger advantages that give a player a substantial advantage over their opponent. The handicaps are set by bookmakers based on various factors such as the head-to-head record between the players, their current form, and the surface being played on.

1 Set Winner

"1 Set Winner" is a type of betting in tennis that allows bettors to wager on which player will win the first set of a match. Unlike a "Match Winner" bet, which requires predicting the outcome of the entire match, a "1 Set Winner" bet only requires predicting the winner of the first set.
W1: You can bet on player 1 will win the set.
W2: You can bet on player 2 will win the set.
Odds for each player are set by bookmakers based on various factors such as their current form, head-to-head record, and the surface being played on. Bettors can then place their wagers on the player they believe will win the first set.

1 Set Total Games Odd/Even

"1 Set Total Games Odd/Even" is a type of betting in tennis that allows bettors to wager on whether the total number of games in the first set of a match will be an odd or even number. Bookmakers set a line for the total number of games they expect will be played in the first set, and bettors can then place their wagers on whether they think the actual number of games will be odd or even.
For example, if the "1 Set Total Games Odd/Even" line is set at "Even," bettors can place a wager on whether they think the actual number of games played in the first set will be an even number. If the actual number of games played is 4, 6, 8, etc., the "Even" bet wins; if the actual number of games played is 3, 5, 7, etc., the "Odd" bet wins.
This type of betting can be appealing for those who are knowledgeable about the players involved in the match and their style of play, as certain players may be more likely to play sets with a higher or lower number of games.

1 Set Total Games

"1 Set Total Games" is a type of betting in tennis that allows bettors to wager on the exact number of games that will be played in the first set of a match. Bookmakers set a line for the total number of games they expect will be played, and bettors can then place their wagers on the actual number of games they think will be played.
For example, if the "1 Set Total Games" line is set at 6.5, bettors can place a wager on whether they think the actual number of games played in the first set will be over or under 6.5. If the actual number of games played is 7 or more, the "Over" bet wins; if the actual number of games played is 6 or fewer, the "Under" bet wins.
This type of betting can be appealing for those who are knowledgeable about the players involved in the match and their style of play, as well as their tendencies and strengths on the given surface.

1 Set Games Handicap

"1 Set Games Handicap" is a type of betting in tennis that allows bettors to wager on the difference in the number of games won by each player in the first set of a match. In this type of betting, a handicap is applied to one of the players, effectively leveling the playing field and making the betting more competitive.
For example, if the "1 Set Games Handicap" line is set at +1.5 for Player A and -1.5 for Player B, this means that Player A is considered to be the underdog and Player B is considered to be the favorite. In this scenario, if Player A wins the first set 6-4, with the handicap applied, Player A would be considered to have won 6 + 1.5 = 7.5 games, while Player B would be considered to have won 4 - 1.5 = 2.5 games. If the actual number of games won by Player A after the handicap is applied is greater than that of Player B, the "Player A +1.5" bet wins; if the actual number of games won by Player B after the handicap is applied is greater than that of Player A, the "Player B -1.5" bet wins.

1 Set Betting

1 Set Correct Score

"1 Set Correct Score" is a type of betting in tennis that allows bettors to wager on the exact score of the first set of a match.
In this type of betting, bettors can place their wagers on the score they think the first set will end with, such as 6-4, 7-5, or 6-3.