Definition of Total Games 2-Way

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What does the term "total games 2-way" mean in the world of tennis betting? What is meant by the term "total games 2-way"?

In tennis betting, the "total games 2-way" line is the equivalent of an over/under bet.

Simply add up the number of games that you think will be playing over the entirely of a tennis match, and then structure your bet accordingly.

The King explains the meaning of the tennis term Total Games 2-way.  What is it and how does this betting line work?For instance, the "total games 2-way" line for a Federer/Nadal semi-final match might be set like this:

Over 44.5 Games, 1.90
Under 44.5 Games, 1.90

If you think that the match will be a long, closely-contested one, you would want to bet the over.

If you think that either Nadal or Federer is going to win easily, you would want to bet the under.

For instance - let's say that you believe that Federer is under the weather and that Nadal will win easily.

Let's say that you think that Nadal will win something like 6-3, 6-3, 6-4.

So, if you add up this total number of games, you would arrive at a total of 28 games (9 + 9 + 10).

In this case, the "total games" number would fall far under the line of 44.5 games, so you would want to bet the Under line.

If you believe that Federer and Nadal are going to have another 5-set epic match, you would want to bet the Over.