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Tennis betting at Ladbrokes
When it comes to tennis betting, Ladbrokes have all corners of the court covered with great sets of smashing offers for major and minor tournaments all over the world.
We serve up a wide range of tennis odds on all four grand slams as a matter of course, every ATP and WTA event, plus many of the lesser-known tournaments below the main circuits for both men and women.
Now that the puns are out of the way, we’re going to take you through what Ladbrokes have to offer in terms of tennis betting whether you’re looking for the latest Wimbledon odds, the outrights in the French Open betting or some of the high-profile tournaments that take place throughout the year.
Unlike football, there are only two outcomes in tennis betting which partly explains why it is one of the most popular sports on which to bet.
The best place to start is probably the grand slams where the world’s greatest players compete for a place in the history books.
There are four grand slams during the season and they always take place at the same time of year.
The year starts with the Australian Open at Melbourne Park in January and moves on to the French Open at Roland Garros in Paris in the spring, before the summer brings about strawberries and cream on the lush lawns of Wimbledon.
Flushing Meadows in New York hosts the final major of the year, the US Open which like Australia is played on hard courts.
In between, there are nine prestigious Masters 1000 series events on the ATP Tour, six of which are played on hard courts and the remainder on clay, and we have tennis odds on all of them.
We have an excellent selection of markets for every match, including the outcome, set betting and many others such as whether there will be a tie-break in the opening set.
But let’s take a look at the grand slams and some of the other odds we have available.
The highlight of the tennis calendar, certainly in the eyes of the British public, is Wimbledon which is the only grand slam to be played on grass, the quickest surface of all.
If you’re interested in Wimbledon betting, we have odds on the outright winner all year round and they are constantly updated, taking into account things like form and injuries.
As the seeds come and go, the Wimbledon odds are refreshed during the men’s and women’s tournament which last two weeks.
You can bet on the action from the first round, but we also have Wimbledon odds on the qualifiers in the week before the tournament starts during which the stars of the future and the past bid to make it to the main draw.
Whether you’re interested in the total games markets, the correct score in the opening set or simply the match result, Ladbrokes have lots of options over the fortnight, plus odds boosts and specials on some of the biggest matches.
And what’s more, our Wimbledon betting section has an in-play option, so you can bet on the action in running. Game, set and match to Ladbrokes!
Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic have dominated Wimbledon in the last 20 years, but Britain’s 76-year wait for a men’s champion was finally ended by Andy Murray in 2013 which he repeated three years later.
Will a Brit go all the way at the All England club this year? Check out the latest outright odds in the tennis betting for men and women at the world’s biggest garden party!
US Open odds
The grand slam curtain falls at the US Open in August under the bright lights of Flushing Meadows, New York.
The US Open has produced some of the most iconic moments in tennis history. From Arthur Ashe's historic win at the first victory in the Open era in 1968, to ‘Super Saturday’ in 1984 and Roger Federer's record fifth straight championship in 2008.
For Brits, though, the greatest achievement came in 2021 when teenager Emma Raducanu defied belief by becoming the first qualifier to win a grand slam - and she did so without dropping a set at huge odds in the US Open betting.
Will there be more iconic moments in the Big Apple this year? Take a look at the latest US Open and check out the contenders.
Australian Open odds
The first grand slam of the year takes place in the last two weeks of January and once again Djokovic and Federer have dominated this tournament since 2004, although Rafael Nadal fought back from two sets down to beat Daniil Medvedev in the final in 2022, 13 years after his only previous success in Melbourne.
Although this grand slam takes place on the other side of the world, night matches mean UK-based punters can watch some of the biggest matches live in the morning and we have a great range of odds in the Australian Open betting - as we do with all the grand slams.
French Open odds
The French Open is the only grand slam to be played on clay and the king of this tournament is Nadal, who in 2020 won it for a record-extending 13th time.
Backing against the Spaniard in the French Open betting throughout his career would not have been wise, having won 105 matches and lost just three times.
Just like the other grand slams, we have outright winner odds all year round and we have French Open odds on all the qualifiers and every round right up until the final on Philippe Chatrier.