The favorite In the simplest terms, a negative spread indicates the favorite, which is the side expected to win the matchup. A negative point spread really means the team has some work to do. For a negative spread bet to hit, the team has to beat its opponent by a margin greater than the point spread.
How do you read tennis betting?
📖 How to Read Tennis Odds & Betting Lines If Novak Djokovic is playing Carlos Alcaraz in the final of the U.S. Open, he could be listed at -110 to win. And Alcaraz could be listed at +110 to win. That means that you would need to bet $110 on Djokovic to win $100 if he wins the match.
What does a +7 spread mean?
The underdog If the spread is set at +7, the underdog must either win the game outright or lose by fewer than seven points in order to cover. For the favorite to cover, they must win by more than seven points.
What does 21.5 mean in tennis betting?
Like baseball with runs and basketball and football with points, an over/under tennis wager is on the number of games that will be played during a match. For example, If Federer and Paul's three-set match has an over/under at 21.5 games, the match needs to last for at least 22 games.
What does a minus 7 point spread mean?
If the Titans are a 7-point favorite over the Jaguars, it'll be presented as “-7″ at your sportsbook. That means the Titans need to win by more than seven points for you to cash your: Titans -7. The “minus” 7 is because you take their score at the end of the game and subtract seven points from it.
How do you bet on live tennis games?
To place a live bet, simply log in to your account, select the tennis match you want to bet on, and then browse the available live betting markets. You can then place a bet on any of the available outcomes, such as the next game winner, the next set winner, or the total number of games played in the match.