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Here at TeamFA we believe research is key to finding the best-value bets around. No matter if it’s Tennis or Tiddlywinks, our dedicated team will study the form and crunch the numbers so that you don’t have to!

See all of our tennis winning bets from 2017 so far:

Australian Open:

Quarter-Final: Wawrinka to win, Tsonga to serve the most aces and most double faults, V.Williams to win and Federer to win 3-0 at 14/1

Final: S.Williams to win and 20+ games in match, S.Williams to serve most aces & to win 1st set 6-3 or 6-4 at 6/1

Final: S.Williams to win and 20+ games in match, S.Williams to serve most aces & most double faults and Kontinen/Peers to win Men’s Doubles at 10/1

Final: Federer 3-2, S.Williams 2-0 & S.Williams most aces and double faults at 25/1

ATP Miami:

Semi-Final: Nadal to win, serve most aces & least double faults, Federer to win 2-1 & Kyrgios and Federer each over 7.5 aces at 9/1

ATP Monte Carlo:

Final: Nadal to win 2-0, serve most aces, least double faults & under 19.5 games in match at 11/4

ATP Barcelona:

Outright: Rafael Nadal to win ATP Barcelona at 10/11

ATP Munich:

Outright: Alexander Zverev to win ATP Munich at 4/1

ATP Estoril:

Outright: Pablo Carreno Busta to win ATP Estoril at 10/3

ATP Madrid:

Outright: Rafael Nadal to win ATP Madrid at 5/4

ATP Rome:

Round 3: Del Potro to win 2-0 and serve Most Aces & Nishikori to win and Under 21.5 games at 11/2

 

French Open:

Round 1: Almagro, Berdych, Del Potro, Isner, Klizan, Kyrgios, Murray all to win & Anderson to win 3-0 at 24/1

Round 4: Cilic to win & serve the most aces and Nishikori to win & both players to win a set at 7/2

Outright: Rafael Nadal to win the French Open at 5/6

Outright: Stan Wawrinka to reach the Final at 4/1

Outright RAB: Rafael Nadal to win the Men’s title and Over 59.5 tie-breaks in the men’s event at 13/8 

ATP Halle:

Outright: Roger Federer to win ATP Halle at 13/10

Wimbledon:

Outright: Roger Federer to win Wimbledon 9/4

Outright: Marin Cilic to win the 2nd quarter at 7/2

Outright RAB: Roger Federer to win the Men’s title and over 75.5 tie-breaks in the men’s event at 5/2