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How to Bet on Tennis
New to betting on tennis and not sure where to begin? It’s simple — just follow these easy steps.
Is betting on tennis legal in the US?
Yes, but it depends on which state you’re in. Sports betting is now legal in over 30 jurisdictions, but not all these areas permit betting online. You can find out more about the availability of online tennis betting in your state via our sportsbooks page.
How many tournaments are there on the ATP Tour?
The ATP Tour consists of 63 tournaments in total:
- The ATP Finals tournament
- 9 ATP Masters 1000 tournaments
- 13 ATP 500 tournaments
- 39 ATP 250 tournaments
- The ATP Cup tournament
Separate from the regular ATP Tour is the ATP Challenger Tour, which consists of 178 tournaments in total.
While not part of the ATP Tour, the four tennis Grand Slams (overseen by the ITF) do also award ATP ranking points.
Which tennis betting site has the best odds?
It depends — there’s no concrete answer. To find the best odds for a particular match, you can use our handy comparison tool on this page. It displays tennis betting odds from a range of fantastic sportsbooks so it’s easy to see the best price. From there, simply click on the odds to sign up and place your bet.
Can you live stream tennis at US sportsbooks?
Yes, many US sportsbooks let you live stream tennis from their platforms. Keep in mind you may need to place a bet on the match or have funds in your betting wallet in order to access the live stream.
Who has won the most tennis Grand Slams?
Novak Djokovic has won the most men’s singles Grand Slams in the Open Era at 23 in total, closely followed by Nadal with 22 and Federer with 20. In the women’s singles, Serena Williams has the most Grand Slam wins with 23, followed by Steffi Graf with 22. Chris Evert and Martina Navratilova are tied in third place with 18 Grand Slam wins each.
Which players should I be keeping an eye on this year?
There are lots of players to follow over 2023–24. Carlos Alcaraz is an obvious pick — dubbed by many as the next Nadal, he became the youngest player in history to top the men’s singles rankings, aged just 19 years, 4 months, and 6 days old. Other key male players to follow include Medvedev, Tsitsipas, Ruud, and Rune. As always, Djokovic remains a force to be reckoned with.
On the women’s side, Iga Świątek is currently number one in the WTA rankings, but there are plenty of quality players to keep your eyes on. Sabalenka, Rybakina, Gauff, and Kvitová are just a few names that should be on your radar, not to mention Ons Jabeur, who made history as the first Arab woman to contest a major singles final.