Bookmakers Parimatch offer many types of tennis bets, and it is not always easy for a beginner to understand all their variety. In this case, the difficulties cause not so much the types of tennis bets, as the rules of their calculation, and it is especially important in betting Parimatch on games in tennis. Let’s try to understand the peculiarities of calculating these bets and tell you the main thing that everyone who bets on games needs to know.
Whoever is the first to win six games in a set is deemed to be the winner of the set. However, there needs to be a two game margin, too. At the score of 6:6 the tennis players play a tie-break and determine the winner of the set.
Pre-match and in-play game betting
Bookmaker’s office Parimatch lines include pre-match and in-play bets on games. Live bets are the most popular, because even before the game starts it is hard to say how the players will serve, who will be the first to serve.
Further we will mention some variants of the betting Parimatch on games at home, and describe in details what kinds of such bets are offered by different BKs in “live” mode.
Number of points in the first game
Such a bet wins, if the bettor correctly predicted how many draws will be played in the opening game, regardless of who will serve. The line most often presents a 5.5 point total threshold. Accordingly, if we choose to bet on the TM 5.5 points, then to win it, it is necessary that the first game in the match ended with the following score: 40:30, 30:40 и 40:40. Simply put, we need the loser to win at least two games.
Betting on Breaks
A break means a tennis betting player wins a game on someone else’s serve. In the home match feature, you can play bets on the num ber of breaks in a match, in the first set, by one of the participants in the match. It is also possible to make a bet on which of the tennis betting players will make more breaks at the end of the match.
Live bets on games (during the event) are presented in a wider list. The bettor can watch the match, make certain conclusions for himself and make a bet. Below we describe the most popular types of such bets available in play.
Betting on a Game Win
It is necessary to determine who will win a single game in the match. The games at bookmakers are either numbered in the order they follow in the course of the match, or the bet is called “who will win the next game”.
The bookmaker offers to determine which of the tennis players in a particular set will win a certain number of games first. In the schedule, it is often called “Who will be the first to win three games” (or another number). It is important when making such a bet to pay attention to who serves first during a set, because games are usually easier to win, especially for men and matches on “fast” types of surfaces. Accordingly, the tennis player, who was the first to serve in the set, has a better chance to win a certain number of games.
Who will win a point in a game
Decisions shall be made as to which player can win a point in a single game, which shall be clearly numbered in the match list.
Who will win the next two games?
A wager can be placed on which player will succeed not only to win their serve, but also to break in the next two games. If the bettor thinks that both tennis players will exchange the taken games, it is possible to bet on a draw in this type of bet. Most often such bets on draws do in matches involving two tennis players who have a strong serve and not too confidently play on reception.
Exact score in a game
To win such a bet, a certain score needs to be recorded during a game. Most often bookmakers offer the following: 15:15, 30:30, 40:40, etc. A popular bet among bettors is to wager that the score will be 40:40 in the game. Here the odds in the line are traditionally high (above 3.00). This bet may be placed when the match is a tie-break and the players don’t have a strong serve.
With what score the server or receiver will win a game
It is necessary to predict a concrete score, by which a tennis player will win a game in his favor (40:0, 40:15, 40:30) with a score of 40:40. And it is possible to bet on the exact score both on the serving and receiving player.
Here we should also note that in some bookmakers’ listings, this kind of bet may look a bit different: P1:0, P1:15, P1:30, P1:40. Similarly, P2 can be reflected in the same way. Such a drawing means that in a particular game the first or second player (P1 or P2) will win with the corresponding score. Thus, P1:0 means the victory of the first player in the pair with a score of 40:0, etc.
Who will make the break
The bookmakers in play offer to make a bet on the tennis player who will be able to take a game on reception and thus make the next break in the match. Again, it should be noted that the breaks performed and their number are strictly numbered in the line. More often in play, the bet will be called “who will make a break: 2nd break” (or another break in the account). At some bookmakers such a bet is called “who will make the next break in the match” (here already without numbering).