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Things you need to know about tennis before betting on this sport (Part 3)

Wimbledon tennis tournament

Wimbledon is the oldest tennis tournament in the world and arguably the most prestigious. The Wimbledon tournament has been held at the All England Club in Wimbledon, London since 1877.

Also called one of the 4 Grand Slam tournaments alongside the Australian Open, French Open, and US Open. Since the Australian Open moved to hardcourt in 1988, Wimbledon is the only tournament to be held on the pitch.

Wimbledon tennis tournament

The tournament takes place over the last two weeks of June and July. The focus of attention is that the women’s singles and men’s singles finals are held on Saturday and the second Sunday of July respectively. This tournament has 5 adult player events with youth and guest content held annually.

The highlight of this tournament is the traditional costume as well as the absence of billboards around the yard. In 2009, Wimbledon’s central courtyard was fitted with a drag dome to cover the rain, thereby saving time.

Standard tennis score calculation according to ITF rules

If the two players both win 3 points with a score of 40, they will hit the decisive point and the player who serves on the left or right side of the field. The competitor who wins the first result will get 15 points, the second result is 30 points and the third ball is 40 points, the 4th result is the final winner.

How to calculate points in tennis tournaments

Learning to calculating points in tennis tournament is important before you start betting on tennis.

Except for the following cases. It is when both competitors win 3 results for equal points, the competitor who wins the next goal will have an overall winning advantage. If another competitor wins after that, it is counted as equal and likes the object until the competitor has won the next 2 consecutive results since the score is all won.

Calculating points in tennis tournaments

The tennis tournament Grand Slam will take place in 5 sets in men’s singles and men’s doubles. In a set of players who win 6 times, the difference of 2 times is the winner. In the case of a 6-6 draw, players will enter the Tie-break series.

The player who scores 7 points first and at least 2 points will win. Even if it is a 7-7 draw, the player with 2 points difference first wins. Especially set 5 does not hit Tie-break if there is a 6-6 draw, the player with 2 games difference from the opponent will win.