Outright betting including Field
Prior to the draw taking place for any tournament, all in compete or not. Non-runner no bet after the draw has been made. Each-way terms will be displayed on the website.
All participants in a given tournament will be priced to win the tournament outright. Details are displayed under the competition title.
May sometimes be available. The price for ‘The Field’ includes all players not quoted in this market, and bets are accepted win only. Prior to the draw taking place for any tournament, all in compete or not. Non-runner no bet after the draw has been made.
In the event of a match starting but not being completed, provided that at least one set has been completed, the player who progresses to the next round will be deemed the winner. If less than one set is completed, all match bets will be void, unless after the start of a match, a player is disqualified, in which case the player progressing to the next round will be deemed the winner.
To win the match – players paired together in a match are each priced to win.
How to bet on Tennis
Match-ups are money line bets. When betting a money line, you are betting that the player will win straight up in order to win your bet. Betting on A. Roddick -160 means you must risk $160 to win $100. It does not matter when or how Roddick wins, just that he is the official winner. Betting on A. Agassi +140, you stake $100 to win $140. Again, in this case, it does not matter when or how A. Agassi wins, just that he is the official winner.
All matches will be considered official after the very first serve of the very first set.
Future wagers, such as; to win any championship or any division, are graded as soon as the season or tournament is over. You may wager on a player to win a tournament at fixed odds. Tournament wagers are considered “All-In.” In the event of the player not playing in the tournament wagers on the player will be deemed losers, unless otherwise specified.
In the event of the following circumstances taking place all bets will stand:
» A change of playing surface
» A change of venue
» A change from indoor court to outdoor court or vice versa.
Note: In tennis wagers, an event will still have action as long as the event is played within a week from the original schedule date or is played on the same tournament.