Bet the number of total games in tennis match. If your sports book allows you to place a bet on the number of total games in a tennis match, then I have a few tips for you. Guessing the number of games is no such a long shot as it first seems. By the way, not all sportsbetting websites have the option of betting the number of games in a set.
Total Betting: Much like other major sports, total betting is an option on most matches. When betting the total, you are betting whether the total number of games played will exceed or fall below the total posted. It does not matter which player wins the match, or even how lopsided the score is.
But first, let’s see what the total is in the bets, what this means and what are the main difficulties. In tennis there are several types of total — common and individual. The total is the total number of games that were played in the match (for example, if the final score of the match is 6-3 6-4, then the total will be 6 + 3 + 6 + 4 = 19), under individual — the number of games won by a specific tennis player for the whole match (with the same score — 6 + 6 = 12 and 4 + 4 = 8).
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Total Games Over Under. Tennis over under betting doesn’t end with total sets. You can also bet on the total number of games to played through a match. Below we can see an example of a total games over under market with odds listed by Paddy Power for an upcoming match. Here we have two options.
Tennis betting over/under is also labelled simply as 'Total Games'. You simply bet on whether a match will last over or under a specified number of games. Each set can have a maximum of 13 games (the tiebreak being the 13th game) unless it is a decider in certain Grand Slam events when a margin of two clear games is required to secure victory.
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If you think the match will be close and bet the over, you need the match to last for at least 23 games. So if Albot wins (7-6, 6-4) that would mean the match consisted of 23 total games and you won your bet. Conversely, if the match ends (6-3, 7-6) you’d lose the wager because the match only went 22 games.
2. Tennis Match Total Betting. Sportsbooks estimate the match’s total number of games. Decide whether final result will be over or under this number. Combine the number of games played in each set. Over bettors win if the result is greater than the sportbook’s estimate. Under bettors win if the result is less. Total Juice