Badminton Betting & Odds
Badminton Betting with Live Odds
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With its status as a Summer Olympic event since 1992, badminton reaches its highest profile every four years, but when it comes to badminton betting, there are plenty more occasions to bet on badminton than simply at venues where the Olympic flame is burning.
Thomas Cup Badminton Betting
For a start, the Thomas Cup sees more than 50 international teams face off every two years to make it to the finals of the competition, where 12 teams are whittled down to one champion. The competition has been dominated by China in recent years, and Indonesia before them, though Denmark defied the badminton odds recently to become the first non-Asian team to win the crown.
Best Women’s World Championship Badminton Bets
In the women’s game, the Women's World Championship, also known as the Uber Cup, forms the equivalent international competition, and like the Thomas Cup the most successful teams are found in the Far East, with China by far the most successful.
Just as they are too in the Surdiman Cup, the gender-mixed team event that sees men's doubles and singles, women's doubles and singles, and mixed doubles all played to determine the winner.
BWF World Championship Badminton In-Play Betting Markets
The Chinese also dominate another of badminton’s biennial events, the BWF World Championship. Pitting together the 64 highest-ranking individual players in the world. And along with outright betting markets before the event, we’ll also provide plenty of In-Play opportunities for badminton’s biggest matches, including match betting, set betting and player specials.
Best Olympics Badminton Betting
And then of course when the Olympics come around again in Tokyo in 2020, we’ll have an extensive range of markets for the badminton events, where Team GB will be looking to improve on the men’s doubles bronze medal won by Marcus Ellis and Chris Langridge at the Rio Olympics in 2016.