- Australian Open - Men's Wildcard Play-Off Singles
- Australian Open - Women's Wildcard Play-Off Doubles
- Australian Open - Women's Wildcard Play-Off Singles
- Australian Open Futures
- Cairo Women
- Dominican Republic
- French Open Futures
- Grand Slam Futures - Wimbledon Futures
- Hopman Cup Futures
- US Open Futures
If there is one sport that has stood the test of time and technology, it is tennis. From the days of Rod Laver and the wooden racquets on black and white television, tennis has always captured Australian hearts. It has now become one of the most globally recognised sports with icons such as Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal plastered on billboards across the world. In a real showing of universal appreciation there are almost 40 countries represented in the ATP's Top 100. The ATP Tour runs virtually all year round with at least two events per week with various ranking points available depending on the status of the tournament. There are ATP 250 and ATP 500 level tournaments but it is the nine Masters 1000 tournaments which the top players concentrate their schedules around. In an ATP final of such an event the winner receives 1000 ranking points. Novak Djokovic has been the year-end number one in three of the last four seasons with Roger Federer holding that honour on five occasions. The record though is held by the legendary Pete Sampras who did so for six consecutive years.
Grand Slams are the cream of the crop and the titles which all of the greats are judged on. There are four Grand Slam every year and it all begins down under with the Australian Open. Novak Djokovic won his fifth Australian Open Final in 2015 but fell just short yet again at the French Open. The world number one was odds on in Wimbledon betting and defeated 17-time Grand Slam Champion Roger Federer in the Wimbledon Final. Spring time means the American hard court season and the US Open 2015 is shaping as the most open Grand Slams of the season. Marin Cilic defeated Kei Nishikori in last year's final but we are unlikely to see either man in the final this time around with Djokovic, Federer, Murray and Nadal all in fine form. From head-to-head to handicap and total games William Hill Australia will have a range of tennis betting markets available throughout the tournament.