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Latest ATP Odds & Betting Lines

The ATP World Tour takes place all year long. OddsTrader helps you keep up with the latest ATP odds. You can read on to learn how to read moneyline odds, and set spreads. If you’d like to bet on an upcoming match like the US Open, or the French Open, you can do so with ATP futures.

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Tristan-Samuel Weissborn
Romain Arneodo
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Lucas Miedler
Alexander Erler
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Marcelo Melo
Marcelo Demoliner
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Miguel Angel Reyes-Varela
Nicolas Barrientos
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#92Taro Daniel
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#102Emilio Gomez
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#46Jenson Brooksby
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#213Tung-Lin Wu
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Saketh Myneni
Yuki Bhambri
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Jonathan Eysseric
Artem Sitak
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#105Christopher O'Connell
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Diego Hidalgo
Cristian Rodriguez
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Miomir Kecmanovic
John Peers
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#56Yoshihito Nishioka
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#25Daniel Evans
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Chun Hsin Tseng
Radu Albot
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Ben Mclachlan
Andre Goransson
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#109Tim Van Rijthoven
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#31Holger Rune
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#61Joao Sousa
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#174Liam Broady
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#255Hamad Medjedovic
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Gonzalo Escobar
Tomislav Brkic
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Rafael Matos
David Vega Hernandez
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#121Soonwoo Kwon
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#426Yunseong Chung
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#87Tomas Martin Etcheverry
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#39Aslan Karatsev
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#350Marius Copil
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Philipp Oswald
Robin Haase
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Aleksandr Nedovyesov
Andrey Golubev
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Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi
Fabrice Martin
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Alexander Donski
Alexandar Lazarov
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#75Jeffrey John Wolf
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#54Emil Ruusuvuori
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#292Mirza Basic
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#93Nuno Borges
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#382Cem Ilkel
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#44Sebastian Korda
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Andres Molteni
Santiago Gonzalez
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#110Ugo Humbert
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#159Dimitar Kuzmanov
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#149Vasek Pospisil
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Sergio Martos Gornes
Marco Bortolotti
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Franko Skugor
Denys Molchanov
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#144Aleksandar Vukic
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#57Fabio Fognini
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ATP Odds – Men’s Tennis

ATP Online events are usually some of the most dynamic men’s tennis betting markets since they have the widest range and scope available. Tennis fans can place a bet on the most prestigious tournaments of the ATP World Tour. Grand Slam events such as Wimbledon and the Australian Open are on this list, among others.

This page allows you to quickly find the most attractive tennis odds on all the biggest matches of the day. We only feature highly-rated, safe, trustworthy legit sportsbooks on our tennis odds page, so you can head over to the site with the best odds and place your wagers.

Beginners to tennis betting can keep reading to learn more about how to read tennis odds, so you can get started checking out tennis betting markets at your favorite online sportsbooks.

ATP Moneyline Odds

The majority of the action in tennis odds is the moneyline, where tennis bettors wager on who they believe will win the match outright. There are never any ties in tennis matches, which means there must always be a winner.

ATP moneyline bets are when you pick between one of two tennis players to win straight up. For example, you might find that Serena Williams is the -260 favorite to beat Ashleigh Barty at the US Open, and that Barty is the +150 underdog.

If you see a minus sign at the beginning of the tennis betting odds, it means that you have to wager a certain amount in order to make $100. In this instance, you would have to wage $260 if you wanted to make a $100 profit.

Your stake is returned if your wager is successful, so your return would be $360. You certainly do not have to bet $100. You could bet $50 at tennis odds of -260 and earn a $19.23 profit if Serena is victorious.

ATP Set Spread Odds

In tennis point spread betting, the underdog is provided with a point advantage by the oddsmakers so that there is a more level betting field. A point spread of 3.5 means the favorite would have to win by four games in order to cover the spread, whereas the underdog would have to not lose by more than three games for a winning wager.

For instance, let’s say Rafael Nadal is the -190 moneyline favorite to beat Stefanos Tsitsipas at the French Open, and Tsitsipas is the +160 underdog.

If you want more value on your bet, you could bet on Rafael Nadal to cover the spread (or the game handicap.) That means he would have to win by a margin of four or more games in order for the bet to pay out.

If he were to win 6-4, 6-3, 6-4, your bet would be successful, as he would have won 18 games and Tsitsipas would have won 11, and the margin is greater than 3.5.

However, if Nadal won 7-6, 6-5, 3-6, 6-4, your bet would be unsuccessful, as he would have only won two more games than his opponent.

That makes success harder to come by, as you have put an obstacle in your path, but your reward would be more attractive odds. You could expect to find odds of -110 instead of -190, resulting in a larger profit if successful.

The alternative option would be to bet on Tsitsipas to cover the spread, in which case he could win the game or lose by a margin of up to three games, and your bet would pay out. The profit would be smaller than betting on him to win on the money line, but your chances of success increase.

ATP Totals (Over/Under)

Tennis totals allow bettors to wager on whether the total number of games or sets played in a match will go OVER or UNDER the amount set by the sportsbook.

If you believe a tennis match will exceed 3.5 total sets, then you would bet the OVER. If you think the match will be over in straight sets, you would bet the UNDER.

If Garbine Muguruza is playing against Petra Kvitova at the Australian Open, bettors might find a sportsbook offering odds of -110 on over 21.5 games and -110 on under 21.5 games.

If you think it will be a long, drawn-out match, bet on over. If you think one player will dominate andthat the match will be over quickly, preferably resulting in a straight sets win, bet on under. It doesn’t matter which player wins. All you care about with these bets is the total games played in the match.

ATP Live Odds

‘Live odds’ are the odds given by a bookmaker on an outcome available for wagers during a game, as opposed to before it. The term is also applied loosely to any odds betting that is not fixed – that is, where the odds on the bet posted can fluctuate during the period that the bet is ‘live’.

ATP Future Odds

Tennis futures are when you wager on the winner of a tournament weeks or months in advance of that particular event taking place. Futures bets are typically placed on major tennis tournaments with Australian Open odds, French Open odds, Wimbledon odds, US Open, an ATP Masters 1000 event, or other tournaments on the ATP Tour and WTA Tour.

The odds compilers will assign odds on each player, with the likes of Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer, Serena Williams, Simona Halep, and Elina Svitolina usually the favorites.

The odds will grow progressively longer until you reach the rank outsider. It could be a player with a low ranking, a youngster such as Alexander Zverev at the start of his career, or a player struggling with injury, such as Andy Murray.

You simply bet on the player you think will win. You can also find futures bets on a player reaching the final, or props bets like hitting a certain number of aces in a particular tournament.

FAQ: Answering Tennis Bettors’ Questions

Are tennis betting sites safe?

Yes, betting on tennis at an online sportsbook is completely safe. You can legally place game wagers on a huge range of worldwide tennis events. Just make sure that the site that you choose is one of the many secure, trustworthy sites with current tennis odds.  

Who has won the most singles titles in tennis?  

Roger Federer is the record holder for ATP singles titles with 24 throughout his career. Federer has won a total of 103 ATP titles and is among the top 30 best players in the world.

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