Tennis Outright Odds
When it comes to our tennis betting markets, here at BetVictor, we’ve got every inch of the court covered. Whether you find your best form when it comes to grass, clay or hardcourt, we’ll bring you all the action with the latest tennis odds and markets including pre-game and in-play from the biggest tournaments on the world’s tennis stage. And most importantly you’ll have the chance to bet on the outright winner.
Wimbledon Outright Betting
The grass courts of Wimbledon have been dominated by the big four of Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Andy Murray, in the men’s game and one name in the women’s. While Serena Williams will likely sit as the favourite in the Wimbledon ladies betting odds before the tournament she hasn’t lifted the trophy on Centre Court since 2016. 2018’s champion Angelique Kerber will fancy her chances, as will the likes of Garbine Muguruza, Marion Bartoli and two-time winner Petra Kvitova.
In the men’s game, if you fancy finally looking past the big four for the first time since 2002, you’ll find value in the outside picks of Marin Cilic, Juan Martin del Potro and Kevin Anderson.
US Open Outright Odds
The courts at Flushing Meadows have seen a variety of winners in both the men’s and women’s tournaments, which leaves the US Open outright betting wide open every year. In the men’s game the likes of Stan Wawrinka, Marin Cilic and Juan Martin Del Potro have taken the title in recent years, while Naomi Osaka, Sloane Stephens, Angelique Kerber, Flavia Pennetta and Samantha Stosur have all triumphed where Williams has failed.
Bet on the French Open Winner
The difference between the men’s and women’s games at the French open couldn’t be starker. There’s always real value in the French Open tennis betting on the women’s side with nine different winners in the last decade, while if you fancy betting on the winner of the French open men’s singles then it’s difficult to look past Nadal with 11 titles to his name. They call him the “King of Paris”.
Australian Open Outright Betting
The 2019 Australian Open once again saw Novak Djokovic triumph in the heat down under. The Serb now has seven Australian Open men’s singles titles since he first won it in 2008. Since then he’s won it three times on the bounce (2011-13) and twice in a row (2015-16), could it be his year again in 2020?
When it comes to the Australian Open outright betting for the women’s game, we can also see domination from one competitor, with Serena Williams matching Djokovic’s seven titles. She first won in 2003 with her last triumph coming in 2017. Since then we’ve seen wins from both Caroline Wozniaki and Naomi Osaka.