Tennis betting has shifted into another gear with the start of the clay court season. The ATP can now focus on Roland Garros. Second slam of the year is the French Open and the Monte Carlo Masters typifies that almost everyone is now serious about getting their clay game in tune. Tournament starts on April 11th and sees nine of the top ten men in the world in action. Join us here at APEX Tennis Betting as we look ahead at the draw for some favorable sports investment opportunities at America’s Bookie.
Tennis Betting : Same Side
Here at APEX Tennis Betting, we have developed a series of articles on tennis wagering. Here is an ideal launching point that provides the ins and outs of match betting. Discussions on Men’s tennis begins with Novak whenever he is in a tournament. This clay court season will see an intense effort to get the final piece of his Grand Slam puzzle. Stan derailed him last year with Nadal thwarting most of his other efforts. This year, he gets Roger Federer in his half of the draw. It is worth nothing that Novak has made at least the finals of every “Masters” tournament he has played in since Roger beat him in the semis in 2014.
Other Than the World’s Number One
Now that the elephant in the room has been addressed, let us see whom might provide us plentiful profit by plunder his part of the draw. The bottom half of the draw is given to world’s #2 Andy Murray. Although he has this distinction, the linesmakers have given him little respect in the futures to win the tournament with a price way over the +1000 level. His part of the draw sees Rafa Nadal the favorite to emerge to the final. This is a very dicey speculation as even though he has regained some of his form, the King of Clay is still very much on his last legs.
First piece of advice is that the world rankings are slightly off for the clay court season. This is especially true of players that come from Spain and South America. Regions of the world where the dominant surface is clay thrive in this part of the schedule. Unfortunately for them, the season is not that long so they have to make hay while the sun is shining. Even though players with big serves are doing better than their historic counterparts on clay, do not wager on fireballers like Milos Raonic against players in the top 60 or so from the aforementioned regions.
So let us all get our mental muscles in shape for the clay court season. Berdych has a long way to go and might be in decline. Stan the Man did great in capturing the French last year and will reveal a lot about his defense of that title here. While Novak might tinker with his game, he is still the sound investment to wager on each and every round he plays. Good fortune this week and we will be back to review how the Monte Carlo stars did next time here at APEX Tennis Betting.