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The four Grand Slams are undoubtedly the highlights of the tennis calendar and the same is true for tennis betting - with more matches to enjoy, more tennis bets and more live tennis betting. First up is the Australian Open, which takes place in Melbourne each year. Played on a hard court, the tournament take place in January each year, meaning players have to cope with the searing heat of the Australian summer as well as the skills of their opponents. The conditions haven’t bothered Novak Djokovic, who has dominated the Australian Open betting in recent years and now holds the record for most men’s singles titles.
The Grand Slams take a break for a few months but then return in full force at the start of the European summer, beginning with the French Open. Played on the famous clay courts of Roland Garros, the French Open starts towards the end of May each year and carries on into the first week of June. Rafael Nadal has become synonymous with the tournament as he was virtually unbeatable for a decade - losing just one match between 2005 and 2014 as he claimed nine out of ten titles. There have also been dominant players in the women’s game, with Chris Evert claiming seven singles titles in the period from 1974 to 1986 and Steffi Graf managing six titles between 1987 and 1999. However, with the French Open known for being particularly draining, the tennis betting suggests the record of these players are unlikely to be broken any time soon.
Later in June the action moves to London for Wimbledon - the oldest and most famous of the four Grand Slams. Played on grass courts, the tournament has produced many classic moments and created many legends. Between them, Pete Sampras and Roger Federer dominated the gentlemen’s singles for most of the 1990s and 2000s, winning the title in 13 out of 17 years from 1993 to 2009. However, the tennis betting has opened up a little since then, with some new names added to the list of winners. It’s a similar story in the ladies’ game as Martina Navratilova dominated the tennis betting with nine singles titles from 1978 to 1990 and then Steffi Graf took over as the front runner and won seven titles in nine years from 1988 to 1996.
The final Grand Slam of the year is the US Open, which takes place in New York in late August and early September. The tournament is played at the Billie Jean King Tennis Center where the centerpiece is Arthur Ashe Stadium, the biggest tennis stadium in the world. With such an impressive venue, it is unsurprising that there have been some inspirational performances at the US Open and none more so than Serena Williams, who equalled Chris Evert’s record of six singles titles with her victory in 2014.
Of course, there is plenty more tennis besides the Grand Slams and we have tennis odds for it all - whether it is for tournaments on the ATP and WTA tours, the Davis Cup or FED Cup, or some of the smaller tournaments held around the world.