There are of course plenty of major tennis tournament scheduled for 2019, and with the New Year fast approaching, and with plenty of betting sites offering futures betting markets on all such tournaments planned for 2019, there is value waiting for you right now!
As for which betting sites have made something of a concerted effort to giving their customers the best valued odds, well I doubt you are going to find a more generous betting site than Quinnbet, and with that in mind below I want to take a look at one tennis tournament that may just be of interest to you.
That is the French Open in 2019, and as far as which player is getting the most attention on the early betting market on that tournament, it won’t surprise you too much to learn that punters are already backing Rafael Nadal to win it, and he has been backed right down to odds of just even money.
Those rather paltry looking odds do however mean that each of the other players will be offered with some much higher and better valued odds, and as Quinnbet are offering one third the win odds to two places in this tournament, that means if you much prefer the chances of any of the other tennis players there is some real and true value waiting to be secured at that betting site!
One Third the Win Odds Each-Way
As those each-way betting terms are so generous at Quinnbet if you want to back a player via such a bet you can do so and still get paid out if he only manages to finish in second place when making it through to the final.
If he does win the final however you also get paid out at the full win odds on such a bet, and with plenty of talented players lining up to take their respective chances in this tournament an each-way bet does look like a good betting option for sure!
As for just whom is going to be worth backing each-way well however about either Alexander Zverev or the highly skilled Dominic Thiem as right now Quinnbet have them both chalked up at huge odds of 9/1, and those odds are in my opinion overly generous, and are sure to be mopped up by punters sooner rather than later!
Juan Martin Del Potro and Marin can both be backed at odds of 22/1, but those odds do give you an idea of what their respective chances of winning really are and the same can also be said for the likes of Nick Kyrgios, Roger Federer, Stan Wawrinka and also Andy Murray as they are all a little friendless in the betting markets currently at odds of 33/1.
If you are not too afraid of backing some of the lesser fancied tennis players who to be fair will been a major improvement in their current form to win a major tennis tournament of this nature then there are a couple of 40/1 shots that may just be worth betting on and they are Milos Raonic and Kei Nishikori.