“I think everybody can beat anybody now,” said Lucas Pouille right a few hours before facing Novak Djokovic in the Australian Open semi-finals. Inspired by Stefanos Tsitsipas’ victory against Roger Federer the French man seeks his own miracle. “Even though the best are still the best – Djokovic, Rafa, Roger, they are still dominating tennis – but more and more player are coming up. I think that’s great for the game.” quoted Pouille. Currently ranked at 30th place Pouille is the ultimate underdog against the Serbian super-star. But if he will finally make it – and of course you’ll bet on it – then you can take advantage of the great odds you can find at Novibet. At 31/4 you can find the win of Pouille. But the favourite to make it to the final is of course Djokovic. So it comes without saying that the odds for his win are very low. But if he loses even one set, then you can see your bet tripled (correct score 3-1 @ odds 13/5). Want to learn more about tennis and amazing odds? You can find them all at Novibet. Join now!
Tennis is a very exciting sport. Both to watch and to bet. It can be more thrilling if you decide to bet in In-Play. Tennis is considered a highly volatile sport, so it can provide some unique opportunities for big wins. As long as you take into consideration some very important rules. For example, you have to keep an eye on how easily each player is holding their serve. As we said before tennis is a volatile sport. One break on serve could mean that odds will change. Drastically. So if you have a good knowledge of that factor, then you can predict just how the set or match will go. And then bet on it.
Don’t always assume that a particular pattern of play will continue on into the next set. If a player is a break or two down in a set, mentally they might have given up already on a set and are already focusing on the next. So don’t be surprised to see a “new” player appear at the start of the next set.
If a match is going deep into a final set, keep an eye on the fitness levels of both players, especially the player who has a had a gruelling run previously.
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