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Table Tennis is a popular sport worldwide, especially in Asia where players have to date dominated the game. The popularity of the sport has recently increased dramatically due to it being one of the few sports that remained to be played in certain places during the period of March – June 2020 when there was a severe lack of sporting events worldwide.
Table Tennis is an extremely fast game which makes it thrilling to watch and with games and tournaments taking place all year round, there is no shortage of betting opportunities.
There is a range of markets available when betting on table tennis and a few that you won’t find when betting on related sports such as tennis.
Some of the most popular table tennis betting markets include:
Match Result: Bet on the winner of any given match. Just like in tennis, there cannot be a tie and if all both players’ scores are level come the end of the match, play continues until one player is two points ahead.
Handicap Betting: Betting on handicaps is popular when there is a strong favourite. With handicap bets, the underdog is given a lead prior to the game starting which results in the odds of each player being close to evens. For example, an underdog may have odds of 3/1 to win the match but when given a 2 point lead from the start, has odds of 1/1.
Over/Under Points: You can bet on whether the total number of points in the match will be above or below a certain value. If you believe the match will be close, it’s likely that there will be a higher number of points.
Odd/Even Points: This is often seen as a novelty bet as it’s hard to predict whether the total number of points will be odd or even. Bookies tend to offer odds of just under evens for either odd or even points totals.
Despite table tennis growing in popularity of late, it is not widely televised. Therefore, many table tennis fans head online to watch live games. One of the best places to watch table tennis online is through your bookmaker accounts. Many bookies provide live table tennis streams which are available to registered customers. By streaming table tennis through your online bookie account, your able to also bet on the games whilst watching them which is perfect for in-play betting.
Many bookies now offer live streaming services with Bet365 being one of them. Bet365 have a huge number of table tennis streams available whenever a top league or tournament is taking place.
Unless you follow table tennis extensively, it can be hard to know which player to back or which bet to place to give yourself the best chance of winning. Which Bookie has a team of expert tipsters who provide free betting tips for various sports including table tennis. Our table tennis betting tips are 100% free and well-researched by individuals with extensive knowledge of the sport and current events.
Due to the popularity of the sport, the majority of the top bookies allow customers to bet on table tennis. However, not all bookies offer the same betting markets and for those which do, they don’t always offer the same odds.
In order to get the most value from your table tennis bets, you need to place your bets with the bookmakers offering the best odds. If you don’t want to be using multiple bookmaker accounts for different bets, a better option is to bet with a bookie which consistently offers competitive odds. Bet365 is one bookie which we recommend due to their generous odds and extensive range of betting markets for sports such as table tennis. Bet365 also have an excellent range of table tennis live streams allowing you to watch the matches as you bet on them.
There are table tennis associations in 226 countries and territories around the world and tournaments and leagues taking place every day.
The World Table Tennis Championships was established in London in 1926 and had been held biennially since 1957. Men’s singles, women’s singles, men’s doubles, women’s double and mixed doubles make up the events. China have mainly dominated the event since the 1960’s with the exception of Sweden who won the championships four times between 1989 and 2000.
The only time many viewers watch table tennis is during the Olympic Games.
Table tennis was introduced into the Olympics in 1988 which takes place in a different country every four years. Yoo Nam Kyu was the first table tennis Olympic Gold Madalist having won the tournament in his home country of South Korea.
Other notable competitions and tournaments include: