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Tennis Betting Serves Up Major Sports Action with the Women’s US Pro Tennis Series

Game, set match! Women’s tennis betting is back in a big way at The Women’s U.S. Pro Tennis Series will feature more than 950 games direct from Florida, and you can watch the matches live and bet live at

The tournament starts May 4 and features eight players per day, with a total of eight matches per day. You’ll see women pros ranked 650 and higher battling for prize money that’s awarded not only per match but also to the daily champion.

Here’s the tournament format:


  • 8 players per day and 8 matches per day
  • Each player plays in 2 matches per day, and rest time will be staggered throughout the day, with at least 30 minutes for each player after a match
  • They’ll play for best of three sets, with sets of up to 6 games. If necessary, there will be a match tiebreaker (up to 10 points) for the third set
  • Prize money awarded per match win and to the champion of the day
  • The player who wins the most matches per day will be the champion. If there’s a tie, then the player who lost the fewest number of games is the winner

The matches will take place at Saddlebrook Academy, near Tampa, Florida. The event will be played daily over the next few months, providing many opportunities for sports betting action.

You’ll see a multitude of women’s tennis talent, including:

Varvara Lepchenko, USA, 33 years old, WTA Ranking 179
American Varvara Lepchenko was ranked as high as No. 19 on the WTA rankings in 2012 and has reached the fourth round of both Wimbledon and the US Open. Lepchenko has been a constant presence on the WTA Tour during the past decade and played the main draw in 37 out of 40 Grand Slam events from 2010 to 2019.

Renata Zarazua, Mexico, 22 years old, WTA Ranking 189
Renata Zarazua was on a nice roll just before the Tours were suspended. As the No. 1 player from Mexico, she received a Wild Card to the WTA event in Acapulco and reached the semi-final, beating former U.S. Open champ Sloane Stephens on the way. With this result, Zarazua became the first Mexican WTA semi-finalist in 27 years.


Each day of the tournament, you can check the Sportsbook for order of play and get the latest odds and pre-match bets. Then, watch live and bet live.


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