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5 Tennis Events You Won’t Want To Miss In 2017

5 Tennis Events You Won’t Want To Miss In 2017

The tennis events calendar is active throughout the year, and that’s why you should make sure that you are aware of what’s coming up in 2017.

If you make the right choices, you can make sure place the rights bets and get informed ahead of the first serve. Here are 5 tennis events that you definitely won’t want to miss in 2017.


Wimbledon is always the highlight of the year when it comes to tennis. If you don’t bet on Wimbledon, then you probably don’t bet on many tennis events. The same names dominate the popular betting markets. But if you’re looking for an outside bet on the men’s title winner, it might be worth considering Nick Kyrgios or Milos Raonic.

In the women’s competition, a lot of people are talking about Madison Keys at the moment, but it’s up to you to do your research and make a decision.

German Open Tennis Championships

The German Open Tennis Championships happen in Hamburg, Germany every year. The competition has been around since the early 1980s, and in it’s time it’s thrown up quite a few surprise results. This is what makes it one of the best tennis competitions to bet on, so make sure that you don’t let it fly under your radar again this year. This is the mistake a lot of people make; that’s why it’s so underrated.

St. Petersburg Open

The St. Petersburg Open will take place in September of this year. It’s a great competition, and for people who like to visit the competitions they’re betting on, this is one you shouldn’t miss.

The architectural delights of the city and competition venues are great. And the tennis tends to be even greater.

Many people make and lose money on the competition every year. Make sure that you’re one of the people who manage to find success and make a little money this year.

China Open

The China Open is not even 20 years old yet, making it one of the newer kids on the block. The Chinese are taking more and more interest in the competition, though. This means that it’s a competition that is clearly on the rise and heading in the right direction. For gamblers, this can be a very good thing because it means that more players are taking it seriously.

Last year, Andy Murray walked away with the top prize. There is still plenty of room for surprises and upsets, though.

Paris Masters

The Paris Masters is a much older tournament, having been around since the 1960s. It’s still one of the best on the calendar. You really don’t want to miss it. It takes place in one of the world’s greatest cities, and it offers plenty of great betting opportunities for punters too. There used to be some shock outcomes there, but this hasn’t happened for a few years. Maybe we’re due a surprise result this year.

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