Tennis Betting Tips for the Rest of the ATP Season

With almost two months and one grand slam already gone, there has been plenty of tennis already played in the 2015 season but fortunately for all fans of the game there is still a hell of a lot more to come. Taking that into account, the relative hiatus in action for the ATP tour in the early part of March seems like a good time to look ahead at the remainder of the campaign and offer some betting tips for the rest of the season.

I have been using Matchstat recently and found some nice tennis betting tips there and also enjoyed their virtual tennis betting game with proper odds.

Nick Kyrgios

Nick Kyrgios

Keep an Eye on Kyrgios – Australian teenager Nick Kyrgios looks to be a very exciting prospect and may just be the answer to the question of who is going to take over when Federer, Djokovic and Nadal finally give way. The 19 year old has already made two grand slam quarter finals, one at Wimbledon last year and the other at his home slam at the start of 2015, and might just be ready to start flexing his muscles at the very highest level.

With betting tips in mind then, there are a number of different options when it comes to backing the Aussie to make his breakthrough. Firstly, why not consider backing Kyrgios to win an ATP title this season? The Aussie looks to have the game needed to win events and given the increasing number of tournaments around, could easily get his first crown this season. At the more adventurous end of the betting tips scale, after nearly another full season of development, the Aussie may well be excellently placed to make a run at the US Open and currently you can get him at around 100/1 for the Flushing Meadows showpiece.

Federer to Make History Once Again

Once upon a time, any betting tips article which suggested that you should back Roger Federer to win one of the biggest events was about as sensational as an article claiming that the sky was blue. Today however, the Swiss maestro has seemingly fallen a little behind some of his closest rivals when it comes to winning grand slams.

Roger Federer

Roger Federer

For a man who has set so many records in his career already though, there might just be one more piece of history to come. Federer currently shares the record for Wimbledon titles with Pete Sampras at a total of seven but don’t put it past him to strike out on his own by taking an eighth crown at SW19 this season. The superstar from Basel has always loved the grass courts, in recent months has shown that he is still capable of winning tournaments and at as big as 6/1 to take the title at the All England Club could deliver a tasty return for punters.

Dominant Djokovic?

When it comes to betting tips, it can sometimes pay to hedge your bets a little and as such our selection of tips for the rest of the season is going to round off with one which rails against the others somewhat.

Novak Djokovic's GirlfriendWhilst we have so far suggested that there could be decent value in backing Nick Kyrgios to win the US Open and Federer to take another Wimbledon crown, there could also easily be money to be made in backing world number one Novak Djokovic to leave all the rest in his wake. The Serbian has already taken the Australian Open title this campaign, and odds of around 14/1 which are being offered by some bookmakers for him to win all four of 2015’s slams might just be a little too long to pass up.

If you want to practice your betting with real odds before betting real money then you can join the Match Stat game for free at the link below. The perfect way to start betting on ATP tennis:

https://matchstat.com/virtual-tennis-betting-game

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