Welcome to our tennis Olympics betting tips. We’ll give you all you need to enjoy successful betting on tennis at Olympics. This goes way beyond just giving you tips for the mens’ and womens’ tournaments. We’ll also show you where you can get the best Olympics tennis odds so that you can get more from your winning bets. Take a look below to see how you can enjoy some awesome bets on tennis in Olympics.
All you need to enjoy betting on tennis at Olympics
Tennis is enjoying a growing profile at the Olympic Games, and this year’s event in Japan has already thrown up no shortage of surprises. Few people would have predicted that homegrown star Naomi Osaka would crash out of the competition so soon. All of which means that you’ll need our help with your tennis betting at this year’s Olympic Games.
Read our tennis Olympics betting tips for the women’s singles
Now that Naomi Osaka is out of the picture, it’s shaping up to be a fascinating contest to see who will get the gold in the women’s tennis singles tournament. If you go to Bet365, you’ll see that Elena Rybakina is currently the favourite with betting odds of 2.60. The Kazakhstani player has already shown exceptional form with wins against top players like Spain’s Garbine Muguruza.
However, the Olympics tennis odds are still relatively wide open this late in the game. Like all of our Olympics betting tips, we’ll try and give you advice about how you can get a little extra value from your bets. In which case we’d definitely suggest a bet on Elina Svitolina. The Ukrainian star has the experience necessary to not buckle under the pressure, and it could be worth seeing what kinds of odds the likes of GG.bet has for a Svitolina gold.
Beyond this, there’s every chance that Marketa Vondrousova might have what it takes to cause an upset, and there’ll be plenty of people betting on the long odds for Belinda Bencic to pull off a surprise victory for Switzerland.
Our tennis Olympics betting tips for the men’s singles
It would be something of a shock for Novak Djokovic not to get gold in this year’s Olympics. After all, the controversial Serbian star recently bagged the Wimbledon title and is already on his way to becoming one of the all-time greats of the sport. So if you want to back Djokovic to get the gold, you’ll probably have to go to a bookmaker with a low betting margin such as Pinnacle. After all, the 34-year old breezed past the Spaniard Davidovich Fokina in the third round, and it’s hard to imagine Djokovic making any mistakes.
However, our tennis Olympics betting tips should note how Daniil Medvedev’s odds have been getting much shorter at betting sites in Betway in the past few days. The Russian star is in the form of his life and he could be peaking at exactly the right time to steal the gold medal from Djokovic.
Plus it would be worth heading to a betting site like Luckbox to see what the odds are for Alexander Zverev to get the gold. While the German player is still a relative outsider, tennis in Olympics is very different from your average Grand Slam tournament. As such, there’s every chance that Zverev might have what it takes to get a surprise result in Japan. Plus with Japanese tennis stars like Kei Nishikori eager to get a result in front of a home crowd, we could be in for some explosive tennis action over the next few days.