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Tennis betting odds at Coral
Whether it’s a fifth set thriller to decide the outcome of one of the majors, or a wildcard shocking the favourite, it’s that uncertainty on the court which adds to the excitement of tennis, whether on the clay court of the French Open, the hard court of the US Open or the Wimbledon grass.
At Coral, you can serve your shot on all of the major tennis tournaments from around the world with our pre-tournament markets and In-Play betting, as well as outright odds and specials for you to enjoy.
Whether you choose to make your pick on the tournament winner or you’d prefer to make an In-Play pick on the outcome of a match, the expertise of our traders’ enable us to offer you competitive odds.
What tournaments do we cover?
Our main coverage is based around the four major tournaments that form the Grand Slam – Australian Open, French Open, Wimbledon and US Open – but that’s not all we cover as there’s plenty more to enjoy throughout the year.
With Men’s singles and doubles, Women’s singles and doubles, mixed doubles and much more to make your pick on, we cover the World Cup of Tennis, the Davis Cup too, as well as plenty of ATP and WTA events throughout the year.
As well as our outright betting markets, you can take a swing on our In-Play odds which immerses you in the match as it all unfolds.
The four major tennis tournaments represent the biggest and best titles to win in the sport, with the world’s elite taking on up and coming prospects each year.
With a place in history at stake at every tournament, the Grand Slam events represent the most popular picks among tennis fans, and it’s mirrored here at Coral. You can serve up a bet of your choice with our wide range of great markets.
Winning a Grand Slam event can kick-start an amateur’s career, while elevating a great player to a legend of the sport.
A Grand Slam can be achieved if all four majors are won in the same calendar year. Eight men and 10 women have won career Grand Slams, with only five men and six women to do it in the open era.
The Australian Open is the first major of each calendar year, held at Melbourne Park over the last fortnight of January each year, with the male winner presented with the Norman Brooks Challenge Cup, and the female winner the Daphne Akhurst Memorial Cup.
In the build-up to the tournament every year, we’ll have odds and markets on site, including outright winner markets. And after the tournament gets underway, we’ll have In-Play odds on each match played.
The second Grand Slam event of the year takes place in late May at Stade Roland-Garros in Paris on French clay courts, with 90 previous Grand Slam events since it’s addition to the calendar in 1925.
In the men’s tournament, Rafael Nadal extended his gap as the most successful player in the tournaments history by claiming his 13th Roland Garros title with a three-set win over Novak Djokovic.
Polish star Iga Swiatek claimed her first Grand Slam title in the women’s event after her two-set sweep of Sofia Kenin in last year’s event. We’ll have all the odds, pre-tournament and In-Play for this year’s Roland Garros tournament.
The oldest and arguably most prestigious tennis tournament in the world, the action on the grass courts of Wimbledon never fail to disappoint.
Will we see another British winner in the years to come? Or can Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer hold the famous Gold trophy for the time being? We’ll have a huge range of Wimbledon Championship odds here at Coral.
The fourth piece to the Grand Slam puzzle, the US Open starts on the last Monday of August and lasts for two weeks, with the middle weekend coinciding with the US Labor Day holiday.
Played on a hard court, the modern version of the tournament, contested at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Centre in Flushing Meadows, New York, is one of the oldest tennis championships in the world.
Dominic Thiem and Naomi Osaka are the defending men’s and women’s champions, but will they claim back-to-back titles? We’ll have all the odds when the tournament returns.
The Davis Cup
The Davis Cup is the World Cup of tennis in the men’s version of the game, with an annual knock-out format tournament for those countries that qualify.
The tournament is named after former American tennis player and founder, Dwight F. Davis with International Tennis Federation nations invited to qualify for the event. Spain are the current champions, winning their sixth title, while the United States hold the most titles with 32.
Think Spain can add to their six titles this year? We’ll have all the latest odds at Coral.
The Billie Jean King Cup
Formerly known as the Federation Cup, the Billie Jean King Cup is the women’s World Cup of Tennis, similar to that of the Davis Cup for men.