2016 Davis Cup - Read on if you like tennis!

The Davis Cup is one of the most prestigious team tournaments in the world of men’s tennis. It boasts a knock-out format, just like the ATP Tour, and it is run by the ITF (International Tennis Federation). Many tennis enthusiasts agree that it is some sort of World Cup of Tennis, spread over the length of a year. It has a staggering history of 116 years, and the tournament has seen over 130 countries compete by 2016. The Davis Cup final is the most expected event of the year, and it brings massive betting opportunities. Read further to learn how to improve your chances of winning and how to bet online.

The 2015 Davis Cup Winner

Reading about previous editions of a sports event is key to knowing how to assess your future bets. That’s right the Davis Cup results are always important – no matter from which year. The 2015 Davis Cup was a truly special on, because we witnessed Great Britain winning their tenth title. The country had a “break” of 79 years in which couldn’t win. Last year, Belgian David Goffin was defeated by Andy Murray in a match that made Murray a national hero. The clash took place on clay at Flanders Expo in Ghent, United Kingdom and was against all tennis predictions. Make sure you do your research before you place your bet. Here’s why – last year, Murray became the third player, after McEnroe and Mats Wilander, to win all the eight singles matches in the Davis Cup tennis tournament.

Australia and the United States hold the most trophies in this tournament, winning 28 times and 29 times, respectively.


The odds are 11/4 for France to win the Davis Cup, 7/2 for Serbia, 6 for Great Britain, 8 for the USA, and 15 for the Czech Republic. This year’s edition comes with incredible betting opportunities, so you will need a place to see Davis Cup live scores. Know that on OddsDigger you can check real-time odds from major bookmakers.

This year, each match will be decided by a tiebreak at six games rather than playing an advantage set until the team or one player are 2 games clear.

The quarterfinals are close and our bets are on Italy, Serbia, the USA, and France, so if you want to see the matches live, but Davis Cup tickets in advance. Getting back to betting, the semifinals will take place between the 16th and 18th of September 2016 and the long-awaited final will be hosted between November 25 and 27. Although the matches have not been played at the moment of writing this article and we do not know the exact location, we know for sure that they will bring massive betting opportunities.

You will be able to check Davis Cup live odds here at OddsDigger as well as other precious information you can use to improve your winnings.


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