Continuing our theme of finding bettor value, we highlight eight young players - four from the ATP and four from the WTA tours - with tremendous potential. The'll be hoping to make a big impact at the Aussie Open... and no doubt beyond.
Ahead of the first Grand Slam of the year, the Cloudbet Blog revisits its analysis of some of the longer-term ATP player data in an effort to identify who may offer bettors value in the future - and who may have delivered it in the past but might struggle to keep it up.
With Wimbledon in full swing, Dan Weston returns with a look at whether top ranked men’s singles players perform better in the late stages of Grand Slam matches, as opposed to when playing in the best of three set format.
With the majority of overall outright market action going to top seeded players, the second round in Paris has seen three of the top eight crash out. We take a look at the quarter-final bound survivors to offer insight for the rest of this tournament - and the season.
Ahead of the clay-court action at Roland Garros, Cloudbet looks at what we can conclude from the limited data available in advance of the final Grand Slam of 2020 - and casts an eye on some youthful could-be contenders.
Across both the men’s and women’s tournaments, the US Open is now at the semi-final stage. With four players remaining in each side of the tournament, the Cloudbet blog takes a statistical view of the players competing for the trophy.
With the Australian Open just a few days away, our tennis expert, Dan Weston, has analysed Grand Slam data to unearth some value trends which bettors can use to take advantage of unbeatable odds on offer at Cloudbet.
French Open bitcoin betting at Cloudbet shows a marked contrast in the Men’s and Women’s event. While our odds suggest Rafael Nadal will remain the undisputed King of Clay, the women’s event is wide open.