4 rounds, 16 teams, 9 months, 1 winner. Bet on Davis Cup final in a match-up between Belgium and France. What is to be expected?
The Davis Cup is a national competition in tennis which stretches across the 4 seasons of the year. This year’s final, to be played on the 24th of November, will be a massive event where 6th ranked France, host 7th ranked Belgium in Lille on an indoor hard pitch. At Intertops Sportsbook, you can bet on your outright champion for the big day.
Will we see Belgium rise up against the odds or will France, favorites by a long way, claim the Davis Cup, which might even already have the blue/red color ribbons on the handle bars. Take a look at both teams’ road to the final.
Davis Cup Rules and Regulations
So in this form of tennis, how does the Davis Cup work, you might ask. Online gambling news in France identified, that lasting a total of 3 days, there are 5 matches. Of the 5 matches, which are also known as rubbers, the winner is the team to win 3. On the first day, 2 singles rubbers are played, the second day has a doubles rubber and on the last day, again 2 singles rubbers.
Road to the Davis Cup Final
France had beaten Japan, Great Britain and Serbia in the semi-finals, 3-1. Lead by their best player, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, they are looking to overcome the test put up to them by the Belgians. As for them, Belgium overcame Germany in Frankfurt, Italy and Australia, in a close game of 3-2.
Bet on Davis Cup Final at Intertops Sportsbook
The odds provided at the online sportbook sites in France, have made it crystal clear France are the favorites in their home stadium at 2/9. The odds on a surprise upset mean Belgium are rated at 3/1. After their upset in the 2015 final, I can see Belgium looking at another defeat in the last stage. France are rightly favorites to win and betting on them to win the Davis Cup may prove to be a profit.