The Clay Court Season usually runs from April to June each year, and it includes some of the most prestigious events in tennis, such as the French Open (also known as Roland Garros), which is one of the four Grand Slam tournaments. Other important clay court tournaments include the Monte Carlo Masters, the Madrid Open, the Italian Open, and the Hamburg Open for men, and the Stuttgart Open, the Charleston Open, the Madrid Open, the Italian Open, and the Strasbourg Open for women.
Clay courts are slower than hard or grass courts, producing higher bounces and more spin. In addition, clay-court tennis requires more stamina, patience, and consistency from the players. For these reasons, it’s a good idea to look at players who have these requirements before placing a bet.
Across both tournaments, Stake is prepared to make an early call on every Men’s and Women’s singles match and help you move on to the next match-up quicker! If you back any player on the Winner market, and if they win the first set in 8 games or fewer (either 6-0, 6-1, or 6-2), you will be paid out up to $100 if they go on to lose!
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Stake Clay Court Season 2023 First Set Payout Rewards
If you back any player on the Winner market, and if they win the first set in 8 games or fewer, you will be paid out up to $100 if they go on to lose!
Stake Clay Court Season 2023 First Set Payout Rules
- Only bets made with real money are eligible.
- The minimum bet amount is $5.
- Only pre-match, single bets on the Winner market are eligible.