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From Wimbledon to Melbourne, Paris to New York, and exotic locations in between, tennis is one of the most thrilling and popular sports in the world. Top tournaments regularly see the likes of Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic battle for GOAT status. For the fans, a huge choice of tennis betting odds are available to help get even closer to all the excitement.

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Top Tournaments

Some of the biggest names in tennis appear at the most popular tournaments all year round looking to add their name to the illustrious list of athletes who have claimed the sport's biggest prizes down the years.

As well as providing some fantastic high-octane on-court action, this also gives tennis bettors plenty of opportunities to place a bet on their favorites - with a huge range of top tennis bets available and some of the best tennis odds on the market.

Australian Open

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Melbourne is home to the first of the four Grand Slam events each year. The Melbourne Park arena hosts the event across two weeks in late January or early February - the Australian Open.

More than 800,000 spectators flock to see the best players in the men’s and women’s games in one of the sporting world’s first major events on the yearly calendar, while millions worldwide bet on the event. The total prize money on offer is now more than $55million.

Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer have dominated the men’s Australian Open picks in recent years, which is reflected in their Australian Open odds, while Serena Williams has reigned supreme making her a regular favorite when it comes to Australian Open predictions.

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French Open

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Paris welcomes the tennis world for two weeks in late May each year. The Stade Roland-Garros, to the west of the French capital, hosts the second Grand Slam event of the year - the French Open.

This is the only one of the four Grand Slam events played on a clay surface, which are much slower than the hard courts or grass courts found at the other Grand Slam arenas and makes French Open picks all the more important as it suits certain players, like the imperious Rafael Nadal, who has dominated the men’s event, winning it no less than 13 times - something which is reflected in his French Open odds.

With a total prize fund of nearly $47million, the French Open attracts the best in the game – and the attention of tennis betting enthusiasts across the world as they make their French Open predictions.

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Wimbledon

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Wimbledon is the world’s oldest tennis tournament and, many would argue, the most prestigious. It is played on the lawns of the All England Club in south-west London and is the only Grand Slam event still held on grass.

Home favorite Andy Murray’s two victories in the men’s singles gave the tournament a huge boost in the UK. Roger Federer’s eight titles, overtaking the great Pete Sampras on seven, stand alone, in the men’s game. He is still one short, however, of Martina Navratilova’s nine single’s titles.

Tennis betting sites are always exceptionally busy during Wimbledon fortnight, as bettors look for those all important expert Wimbledon predictions. With so many matches taking place, and tennis being a sport that lends itself to in-play wagering, tennis betting online reaches huge levels during the tournament making Wimbledon picks and Wimbledon odds all the more important.

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US Open

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New York hosts the world’s fourth and final Grand Slam tournament each year. Flushing Meadows, in Queens, is the venue for a two-week event that starts on the last Monday in August.

Nearly three-quarters of a million spectators attend the championship, which has a total prize fund of more than $53million.

This is one of the Grand Slams played on a hard-court surface and the venue’s floodlights mean matches can be played late into the night.

No player has dominated the men’s or women’s singles in recent years – the women’s draw has seen five separate winners in the last six years – which has given the event a wide-open feel and increased its appeal for online tennis betting fans keen to share their US Open picks as soon as the US Open odds are released.

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WTA Finals

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The WTA Finals see the top-ranked female tennis players in the world compete each fall for the final major prize of the year and is a hugely popular event when it comes to WTA Finals picks and predictions.

Players collect points based on their performances throughout the year and only the top seven singles and best eight doubles pairs make it to this event.

The tournament has been held in several venues but is currently hosted in Shenzhen in China.

Six different players have won the singles title in the last six years, which means it an intriguingly open proposition for online tennis betting fans and makes those WTA Finals predictions all the more important, not to mention the WTA Finals odds.

Davis Cup Finals

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The Davis Cup is the premier team event in men’s tennis and is effectively the World Cup of tennis held annually.

What began as a match between Great Britain and the USA in 1900 is now a truly global event that attracts more than 130 nations and is also a hugely popular event when it comes to betting with Davis Cup expert picks and predictions highly sought-after.

They compete in groups in a knock-out format, with the top 16 countries in the World Group fighting for the trophy itself.

The final is played over three days and was supposed to be staged in late November, 2021, in Madrid. The Spanish capital had been due to host the 2020 event, which was postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic. As a result, Innsbruck in Austria and Turin in Italy have also been selected to host the Finals alongside the Spanish capital - so keep an eye out for those Davis Cup odds.

Billie Jean King Cup

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The Billie Jean King Cup is the leading team event in women’s tennis. Previously known as the Federation Cup, and more recently the Fed Cup, it was renamed in 2020 after the great American player of the 1960s and 1970s.

Budapest has the honor of hosting the 2021 edition of the competition in April, which was postponed in 2020 because of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Players from 12 nations take part in the finals, including the host country and the two previous finalists - meaning Billie Jean King Cup picks and predictions are as popular as ever each year.

The USA is traditionally strong in the event but in recent years it has been won several times by the Czech Republic - so it's worth looking out for those Billie Jean King odss as soon as they are released.

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