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Tennis

11 July 2010

Tennis Betting Odds

With the US Open and David Cup final on the horizon tennis betting prices have never been more fierce

Tennis Betting Odds

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Online tennis betting is the best way to keep tabs on all the latest tennis odds – you’re never more than a click away from every match taking place on the ATP Tour right now.

Two big events are coming in quick in the tennis betting calendar, with the Barclays ATP World tour finals and the Davis Cup down to the final stage.

A Novak Djokovic-inspired Serbia are 4/9 favourites in the Davis Cup tennis betting odds, after the nation dispatched the Czech Republic in the last four.

Tennis bets can also be placed on France to win the Davis Cup, at 13/8 to upset Serbia and win the Davis Cup.

You can also get prices on how many grand slam tournaments world number one Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer will win in the 2011 season.

Rafael Nadal is the 15/8 favourite to win two of the Grand Slam events next year and 12/1 to collect all four majors in 2011.

Roger Federer is 1/1 to not win any grand slam tournaments next year but the world number three still has the class to win a major tournament despite his mediocre season this year.

Ladbrokes are already offering tennis betting odds on two of next year’s Grand Slam events in the Australian Open betting market and the Wimbledon betting market.

Unsurprisingly Nadal is the favourite for both tournaments at 7/4 to win the Australian Open and 1/1 to win Wimbledon.

Federer is 3/1 to win either of those two tournaments and you can get 6/1 at this early stage that Andy Murray will end the British wait for a Wimbledon champion.

More online tennis betting opportunities await in numerous ATP Tour events. November sees the ATP Barclays World Tour Finals head to the O2 arena in London where plenty of betting opportunities will await.

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