Tennis is one of the most popular sports to bet on at Stake.com.
Our sportsbook offers a wide range of markets on ATP and WTA events, including major tournaments such as Wimbledon, the US Open, and the French Open.
Betting on tennis at Stake is easy, with fast deposits and instant withdrawals available.
Fans of the sport can back their favourite players in all ATP and WTA events throughout the year, with options including match and set bets, over/under, handicap, and double result.
With all the latest odds available for each match, including live betting and outright bets the entire process of betting tennis is easy with your favourite
online sportsbook, Stake.com.
ATP & WTA Tournaments
ATP Tour Tennis
At Stake.com, bet on your favourite players in all
ATP Tour events throughout the season, including the Grand Slam tournaments, the ATP finals, ATP Tour Masters 100, ATP Cup, and the ATP 500 and 200 Series.
The Tour features 64 tennis tournaments in 31 countries, providing tennis fans with abundant opportunities to back stars, including Rafa Nadal, Novak Djokovic, Cameron Norrie, and Alexander Zverev, as they look to add titles to their names throughout the season.
Stake.com is also the home of
betting on WTA tennis events, with more than 50 events on the women’s calendar for tennis fans to bet on, spanning six continents and 30 countries, illustrating the popularity of the WTA in different parts of the world.
Back Emma Raducanu as she looks to add to her US Open title, as well as prominent players including Iga Swiatek, Ons Jabeur, Coco Gauff, and Maria Sakkari as they look to assert their dominance on the court.
The incredible number of ATP and WTA tennis events throughout the year make it easy for sports fans to bet on tennis online, and Stake.com has you covered with a whole host of markets and offers, as explained here.
How to Bet on Tennis and Odds Explained
Tennis is one of the most popular sports to bet on, with fans able to choose from varying odds and different betting styles to back their favourite players in high-profile tournaments.
You can select the representation of odds that makes sense to you, be it decimal, fractional, or American, and some of the tennis betting options available on Stake.com include:
Moneyline (Head to Head):
The easiest way to bet on tennis is a straight-up moneyline bet (often referred to as a head-to-head bet in tennis). Your job is to pick the winner of a match, with the odds based on how likely one player is to defeat another.
In tennis, you can bet on the correct score of a match. So, if you think Nadal will defeat Djokovic two sets to nil in an upcoming ATP event, you can bet on 2-0 being the correct score for the encounter.
Over/Under (Total games):
Another popular tennis bet is to wager on how many games you think will be played in a match. For instance, if Sakkari and Gauff are head-to-head in a 3-set match, the totals line might be set at 22.5 games. Your job is to bet whether more or fewer games than the totals line will be played, more commonly referred to as the over/under, respectively.
Known as the point spread in other sports, a handicap bet is a great way of levelling things up on your betting slip. The favourite is given a deficit to overcome, while the underdog gets a headstart. A headstart of 3.5 games might be given to the underdog, meaning that the favourite you’re betting on would need to win the set by at least 4 games to cover the spread and win your bet.
Double result (1st set/match)
: It’s also possible to place a double bet on a tennis match, which sees you back the same player to win the first set and then the match outright. This is an effective way of building value into your betting slip.
X set winner (pick the winner of specific sets)
: How many times have you seen a game of tennis go back and forth on the court? A fun bet is to wager which player you think will win each respective set in a match instead of merely picking an outright winner.
X set total games (Over/Under):
Another popular set bet in tennis is predicting how many games will be played in the set. Fancy a whitewash of 6-0 to the defending champion? Or do you think it will be a tight 6-4 first set? The line might be set at 8.5, and your job is to predict whether more or fewer games will be played in the set.
1st set correct score:
The first set in a tennis match is often unpredictable, but it provides a great opportunity to predict the correct score between two players. Be it 6-2 or 5-7, you can wager the expected outcome of the first set to add value to your tennis betting slip.
Will the matchup go the distance, or will one player wrap things up without reply? Bet on the exact sets of a particular tennis match as another way of enhancing your tournament betting slip.