We have a full slate of games coming up for day 3 of the Tennis Point Exhibition. Could any of the underdogs provide some good value on day 4?
Sofia Kenin is a big favorite in the final of the WTA Lyon Open on Sunday, March 8. Hans Themistode breaks down if she’ll cruise to victory of if Anna-Lena Friedsam can pull off a huge upset.
Both Djokovic and Tsitsipas have looked dominant up until this point but they have also had a few sticky moments as well. With the current form of both men, it would surprise no one if this match came down to the wire, but as always, Djokovic is expected to prevail in the end.
For as great as Gael Monfils has looked this season, oddsmakers believe he has no chance against Novak Djokovic. At +550 odds should you try your luck? Get the latest moneyline and betting advice on the semifinal matchup on Friday, Feb 28th.
Dan Evans has been incredible this year but at +235 does he present enough value to take a shot on him to upset Stefanos Tsitsipas?
The big names will be coming out in full force for the Mexicano Open. Rafael Nadal, Grigor Dimitrov, John Isner and Alexander Zverev headline what has turned out to be a star-studded tournament.
After a bit of a rain delay, the other side of the bracket of the Rio Open semifinals are officially set. It may not be the sexiest match in the world, but both Gianluca Mager and Attila Balazs have earned their way to this stage. We break down the best bet for the match here.
Gael Monfils is favored over Filip Krajinovic in the ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament semifinals. Monfils has won seven straight matches and is fresh off a hardcourt win in France last week.
It’s a heavyweight showdown on one side of the bracket of the semifinal at the WTA St. Petersburg Open. The sixth-seeded Maria Sakkari faces off with eighth-seeded Elena Rybakina with a chance to head to the finals in the next round.
The Australian Open is officially down to the final four, and it will be a battle of the youngsters that will take center stage on Friday morning as Dominic Thiem takes on Alexander Zverev in the semifinals.
Not much was expected of Garbine Muguruza coming into the Australian Open. After a pretty poor 2019, it was easy to see why. However, she’s now into the quarterfinals at the Aussie Open is a top-four favorite.
Even at the age of 38, it isn’t surprising to see Roger Federer in the quarterfinals at the Australian Open. His opponent standing across the net from him on the other hand, Tennys Sandgren, is the biggest shock of anyone left in the draw. What’s the best bet for their quarterfinals match?
Pavlyuchenkova’s Australian Open Odds Shorten from 100-1 to 22-1 After Third Round Upset of Pliskova
Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova may have seen her odds increase the most with an upset win over Karolina Pliskova but we expect someone else to win it all. Read our preview for the best bet.
+3300 looks good for Milos Raonic to win the Australian Open but does he have a chance? -135 for Novak Djokovic doesn’t look as good but he’s the best bet. We preview both men’s chances as the tournament progresses.
Nick Kyrgios is favored over Karen Khachanov in the third round and is now 22-1 odds to win the Men’s Singles at the Australian Open.
The first grand slam of the year is finally upon us as the Australian Open is set to take place in just a few more days. Every section is competitive and deep but let’s focus on one in particular. The first quarter of the bracket has some of the biggest names in all of tennis, but there is one name that rises above the rest, and that is former grand slam winner Ashleigh Barty.
Ashleigh Barty looks to win her first title of the year as a strong favorite in the Adelaide International Finals vs Dayana Yastremska early Saturday morning.
It’s a tale of two completely different players. One who was expected to be here in Ashleigh Barty who is the number one ranked player in the world and Danielle Collins, someone who is unranked in the WTA Adelaide International.
With Dayana Yastremska a +125 underdog against Aryna Sabalenka, could there be value with taking her as she leads the head-to-head history?
The Adelaide International is going to be a dog fight as some of the biggest name in the sport have signed up. Who has the edge going in? Check our preview for our best betting advice.