Tennis Matchups

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2023 Miami Open Schedule

Miami Open Matchups Schedule

Wednesday: March 22Women’s & Men’s Singles 1st Round (96 Draw)
Thursday: March 23Women’s 2nd Round & Men’s Singles 1st Round (96 Draw) / Doubles (32 Draw)
Friday: March 24Women’s & Men’s Singles 2nd Round / Doubles
Saturday: March 25Women’s Singles 3rd Round / Men’s Singles 2nd Round / Doubles
Sunday: March 26Women’s & Men’s Singles 3rd Round / Doubles
Monday: March 27Women’s Singles 4th Round / Men’s Singles 3rd Round / Doubles
Tuesday: March 28Women’s Singles Quarterfinals / Men’s Singles 4th Round / Doubles
Wednesday: March 29Women’s & Men’s Singles Quarterfinals / Doubles
Thursday: March 30Women’s Singles Semifinals / Men’s Singles Quarterfinals / ATP Doubles
Friday: March 31Men’s Singles Semifinals / WTA Doubles
Saturday: April 1Men’s Doubles Final / Women’s Singles Final
Sunday: April 2Men’s Singles Final / Women’s Doubles Final

Understanding Tennis Matchups

Tennis matchups are necessary to study before heading to the online sportsbook. Something to pay attention to is the head-to-head record of the tennis players. However, these stats are not everything, as the players improve and/or regress over time, and there are intangibles such as current physical condition and level of motivation to consider

Before Betting on Tennis, Take This Into Consideration:

  • Other statistics to consider include the type of surface.
  • Players don’t perform the same everywhere, as even elite players have their preferences. Greats like Rafael Nadal and Pete Sampras dominated on certain surfaces
  • Keep an eye on the standings as the season tennis progresses, since the finals of the ATP and WTA feature the top eight seeds come November and December.

Tennis Tournaments

  • The ATP (men’s) and WTA (women’s) tour seasons essentially run all year long. Over the season, players participate in different levels of tournaments, from the Grand Slams to the Masters 1000 and so forth. 
  • Players are rewarded a certain amount of points in each tournament, correlating with their performance. Also, the bigger the event, the more points at stake, with the four Slam events (Australian Open, French Open, United States Open and Wimbledon) leading the way. 
  • This is how seeding is determined for both ATP and WTA. Thus, a top-ranked player could fall in their standings due to injury or absence. 

Tennis Matchups FAQs

What are the different types of tennis matches?

There are three types of tennis matches: singles, doubles, and mixed doubles. Singles involves two players competing against each other, while doubles is played by two teams of two players each. Mixed doubles is similar to doubles, but each team consists of one man and one woman.

How are doubles and mixed doubles different?

In doubles, each team consists of two players of the same gender. Mixed doubles means that each team will have one man and one woman.

How does the scoring work in team tennis?

The scoring system in team tennis is typically a no-advantage scoring, with best two-out-of-three set matches and a 7-point tiebreaker at 6 games, all in the first two sets. If a third set is needed, this set will function as a ten-point match tiebreak.

What is a moneyline bet in tennis?

The most popular way to bet on tennis is by betting on the moneyline, which involves choosing the outright winner of a match. The favorite will have a negative sign (-) in front of their number, and the underdog will have a positive sign (+). The moneyline bet is the simplest way to pick the outright winner of the match.

What is a point spread bet in tennis?

A point spread bet in tennis involves betting on the margin of victory for one player over another. The underdog will receive a certain number of games or sets as a head start, while the favorite will have to win by a certain number of games or sets to cover the spread. Point spread bets can offer more favorable odds than moneyline bets, but can be more difficult to predict.

What is a totals bet in tennis?

A totals bet in tennis involves betting on the total number of games or sets that will be played in a match. The sportsbook will set a line for the total, and bettors can wager on whether the actual number of games or sets played will be over or under that line. Totals bets can be a good option for bettors who don’t have a strong opinion on who will win the match.

What is a futures bet in tennis?

A futures bet in tennis involves betting on the winner of a tournament before the tournament begins. Futures bets can offer high payouts if the bettor is able to correctly predict the tournament winner, but can be risky due to the large field of players and unpredictability of tennis.
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