How to bet on tennis: training and tactics

Tennis is the second most popular sport in bookmakers after football.

Live betting on tennis is very popular, as a tennis match is much more dynamic than football, and the change of events here happens much more often. Players who do not want to wait for a goal to be scored in football prefer to bet on the winners of games and sets right during the match. That is why the volume of bets on tennis on some days outweighs the volume of bets on football. How to bet on tennis, what you need to know and what to look for? Let’s talk about the most important thing.

The ability to track the form of players

If in the case of the same football it is extremely difficult to track the physical and psychological form of 11 main players of each team, then in tennis this issue is much easier to solve – just watch a couple of matches of a certain player, and you can already draw conclusions about his current form.

The analytics of tennis matches is somewhat simpler than in many team sports. It is very important in this regard not to miss the moment when the form passes from the peak stage to the peak stage. Typically, each stage of this endless cycle of form for tennis players lasts three to four weeks. As you gain experience in this difficult matter, you will undoubtedly learn how to correctly assess the current, as well as predict the future state of tennis players. In women’s tennis, an athlete’s “critical days” can influence the result quite strongly. Some players even keep a “menstrual calendar” of certain tennis players, however, it is not clear how they do this.

A large number of comebacks during the match

Some of you, of course, will attribute this fact to the disadvantages of this sport, but people who are really good at betting will undoubtedly confirm that this is a very good feature for betting. The greatest number of phenomenal comebacks can be observed in women’s tennis. However, there are also enough miracles in men’s clay tournaments.

Regularity of competitions

You can always bet on tennis: at any time, on any day of the week. Unlike football, where each championship has a couple of significant breaks of two or three weeks, the tennis season has only one break at the very end of the calendar year, and even then 3-4 mid-level tournaments fit in these 14 days, so tennis fans you will never be bored. Even on January 1-2, most often at least one tournament will begin.