Bet the number of total games in tennis match. If your sports book allows you to place a bet on the number of total games in a tennis match, then I have a few tips for you. Guessing the number of games is no such a long shot as it first seems. By the way, not all sportsbetting websites have the option of betting the number of games in a set.
Like betting the game spread, the odds will be even (or very close to even) for the payout. Usually 1.90 for both the over and the under. And, pushes are also common when betting the total. If you bet over a total of 20 games, and the match result is 6-4, 6-4 then the total games played is the same as the total.
Tennis betting over/under is also labelled simply as 'Total Games'. You simply bet on whether a match will last over or under a specified number of games. Each set can have a maximum of 13 games (the tiebreak being the 13th game) unless it is a decider in certain Grand Slam events when a margin of two clear games is required to secure victory.
No. 2. Table Tennis Total Betting Strategy Bet on total over 18.5 points in the third set in the following cases: The opponents won one set each. Players scored less than 19 points in the first and second sets. Bookmakers gave odds less than 2.50 for each tennis player to win. Bet on total under 18.5 points in the third set in the following cases: The favorite won both games.
In any tennis game bookies will allow you to bet on the total number of sets played, this is often displayed as a 2 way market. For example, a bookie may offer over or under 2.5 sets in a game, if you bet on over 2.5 sets and there are 3 or more sets played then you win. If there are 2 or less games played then you lose. Total games over/under
If you think the match will be close and bet the over, you need the match to last for at least 23 games. So if Albot wins (7-6, 6-4) that would mean the match consisted of 23 total games and you won your bet. Conversely, if the match ends (6-3, 7-6) you’d lose the wager because the match only went 22 games. Other Tennis Wagering Types
Our preferred option is to bet on the winner of the match with acceptable odds ranges (theoretically equal matches), as we mentioned before. Another way would be to use handicaps, especially good are the lines of games: total number of games in a particular match and games for or against a player. But be careful, although they may seem easier ...
Similar to odd/even betting, over/under bets require you to correctly predict the number of games in a match. However, you do so based on a predicted total, that you use to either decide that fewer, or more, games will be played. For example, if Serena Williams faces Maria Sharapova in a Grand Slam quarter-final, you might have a choice of over or under 28 games for the match. If Williams were to win the match 6-4, 6-4, 6-1, that would be 27 games, and so you'd win the bet if you said "under".