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Tennis Betting at William Hill
You'll find all the latest tennis odds from the biggest and best tennis tournaments in the world here at William Hill. From the grass courts of Wimbledon to the hard surfaces of the Australian Open, there's incredible tennis action taking place all year. And you'll find a huge range of odds and betting markets at William Hill.
Bet on all the Grand Slam tennis action featuring the biggest stars from the men's and women's game. Novak Djokovic, Carlos Alcaraz, Iga Swiatek and Aryna Sabalenka are already big names in the world of tennis but there's always a new rising star to watch – or a veteran enjoying a glory year.
Whatever tennis action you've got your eye on, you'll find all the latest tennis odds online here at William Hill.
Bet on the Australian Open
The Australian Open is the first of the four Grand Slams that take place every year, held in Melbourne Park. The tournament was held on grass courts until 1988 but is now known for its distinctive blue hard-court surface that rewards fast play and lets players apply extreme degrees of spin to their shots.
The 2023 Australian Open was the highest-attended Grand Slam in history, with almost a million fans packing the stands at Melbourne Park to witness Novak Djokovic win his 10th title in the men's competition and Aryna Sabalenka lift her first major singles title.
The next edition of the Australian Open will be the 112th and takes place in the second half of January 2024. You'll find all the latest odds on the outright winner of the men's and women's singles and doubles, as well as markets on individual games and sets.
Bet on the French Open
Also known as Roland-Garros, the French Open is the second Grand Slam in the year and the top clay-court championship. The red clay of Roland-Garros typically sees longer rallies and is where players with strong baseline play have flourished. Rafael Nadal is the finest example of a clay court champion, with the Spaniard winning 14 French Open titles between 2005 and 2022.
TheFrench Open is named after the famous French aviator Roland Garros, who also gives his name to the Parisian venue at which the event is held every year. The most recent French Open saw Novak Djokovic become the men's champion, while Poland's Iga Swiatek won her third title to become the first woman to defend her French Open title since Justine Henin in 2007.
Typically held in late May, the 2024 edition of the French Open is scheduled to begin on Sunday, 26th May 2024, with the finals due to be played two weeks later.
Bet on Wimbledon
At the All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club in London's SW19, you'll findWimbledon, the oldest and most-prestigious tennis tournament on the planet. Wimbledon is the only one of the four Grand Slam tournaments to still be played on grass courts and was first held way back in 1877.You can bet on all the action from Wimbledon at William Hill, with two weeks of thrilling tennis from the men's and women's draws, plus the doubles competitions.
Pete Sampras dominated the men's tournament in the 1990s, while Roger Federer won seven titles from 2003 to 2017. Wimbledon saw a British male champion in 2013 and 2016 as Andy Murray went all the way.
More recently it's Novak Djokovic who has been on top at SW19, while Serena and Venus Williams have enjoyed great success in the women's singles. In 2022, Kazakhstan's Elena Rybakina became her country's first-ever winner of a major tennis title.
Wimbledon is traditionally held from the end of June to mid-July, although the 2023 edition began on Monday, 3rd July, with the finals scheduled for Centre Court on Saturday, 15th July (women) and Sunday, 16th July (men). The 2024 Wimbledon is expected to begin on Monday, 1st July 2024.
Bet on the US Open
TheUS Open is the final Grand Slam tournament on the tennis calendar, held in Queens, New York in the late summer. Like the Australian Open, the US Open takes place on a hard-court surface that makes for lightning-quick play.
Carlos Alcaraz won the last men's singles competition at the US Open in 2022, while the sensational Iga Swiatek was the winner of the women's singles. Britain's Emma Raducanu made headlines here in 2021 by winning the US Open as a qualifier – becoming the first female Brit to win a Grand Slam singles title since 1977.
The 2023 US Open gets underway at the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center on Monday, 28th August, with the finals held on Saturday, 9th (women) and Sunday, 10th September (men). Bet on the matches, as well as the outright winner at William Hill with our incredible range of tennis markets.
Bet on other tennis tournaments
As well as the four Grand Slams, you can bet on a whole host of tournaments from the ATP and WTA Tours throughout the year. The Madrid Open, Indian Wells and the Monte Carlo Masters are some of the standouts, but every year there over 60 tennis tournaments making up the ATP Tour and over 50 in the WTA Tour.
You'll find odds on the winners and challengers of every tennis tournament on the tour, along with betting markets for individual games and more.
Tennis betting markets at William Hill
As well as betting on the outright winner of a massive range of tennis tournaments, you can also bet on a range of other markets from all the action on the court. Tennis betting markets on William Hill include:
- Set betting – the number of sets won by the player that wins the match
- Total match games – how many games in total will be played in the match
- First set scorecast – the winner of the first set and the correct score, e.g. 6-0, 6-4 etc.
- Individual game betting – the score in the next game, such as Djokovic to win to 15
- Tie-break in the match – whether one or more sets will go to a tie-break
Live betting on tennis
As well as picking your outright winner for each tournament, you can also bet in-play on tennis matches at William Hill. There are tons of in-play tennis markets to choose from, including who will win the next game or even the correct score in the game. Bet on live tennis action as it unfolds with our great range of markets and odds.
Tennis terms you need to know
Tennis is a game with fairly straightforward rules, albeit one played at a breakneck pace with players firing the ball past, over and occasionally at each other at over 100mph. Even so there are a few tennis terms you need to know to get the most out of following – and betting on – the sport:
- Love – the tennis term for “zero”
- Deuce – when a game is tied at 40-40. A game must be won by two clear points: the winner of the point after Deuce has “advantage”, but if they lose the next point then the score returns to Deuce.
- Set – a set consists of games, and the first player to win six games with at least a two-game margin over the opponent claims the set. A match is decided by the player who wins the most sets.
- Tie-break – if a set reaches six games all, then a tie-break may be used to decide who wins that set. Players race to seven points, with serve changing player every two points. As with the rest of tennis' scoring system, a tie-break must be won by two clear points: if the score is 6-6, then a player must get to at least 8-6 to take the tie-break. If the final set of a Grand Slam match finishes 6-6, the tie-break becomes a race to 10 points.
- Career Grand Slam – when a player wins all four Grand Slams across their career. Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer are the most recent winners of the Career Grand Slam in the men's game while Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova are the only women to have achieved one in this century.
- Ace – winning a point from serve without the ball being touched by the opponent
- Break – when a player wins a game against the serve
- Break point – when a player has the chance to break their opponent's serve
- Match point – when the next point can potentially clinch the match for a player
Tennis betting tips
So, you know your tie-break from your Grand Slam – let's take a look at some essential information that can help you smash it when it comes to betting on tennis online.
- Playing surface – what surface is the match being played on: clay, grass or hard-court? Some players' style suits some surfaces better than others, so knowing your surface is crucial when betting on tennis. Rafael Nadal became known as the “King of Clay” thanks to his dominant performances in the French Open where his powerful baseline strokes and incredible stamina gave him the edge on the red clay.
- Player form – is the player you're betting on having a good run, or do they have a solid record at this particular tournament in the past? Checking out how they've been performing in recent weeks and months can give you an edge.
- Head-to-head – how does a player fare against this particular opponent? Some players' style of play gives them an advantage over certain opponents, so it's always worth checking out the career head-to-head record between two players.
Tennis offers and promotions
There are always great offers and promotions to take advantage of when betting on tennis online with William Hill:
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