The Biggest Days for Sports Betting in 2022

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Sports lovers are spoilt for choice in 2022, as there is a glut of big events and spectacular days to look forward to. Whether you’re a fan of soccer, combat sports, or tennis, there’s a lot to get excited about this year.

Check out this , take a look at the article below, and prepare some wagers for these amazing sports betting events!

Amanda Serrano vs Katie Taylor (April 30)

Not only are Katie Taylor and Amanda Serrano the best two female lightweights in the sport, but they are also the two biggest draws for female boxing on the whole. They have fought over 60 times between them and there is only 1 loss on those records. These two hard-hitting lightweights have featured on some of the biggest bills in the last few years and will be the main event on April 30.

Multiple titles are on the line and it could be one of the biggest—if not the biggest—female boxing contest for decades. As is so often the case these days, we can also expect a mouth-watering undercard, one that could feature an array of promising young and experienced boxers.

US Open Tennis (September 11)

September 11, 2022, marks the final day of the US Open in New York.

Djokovic will likely enter the tournament as the favorite for the men’s event, assuming there is no more controversy surrounding the Serbian star, but he will be expecting fierce competition from Rafael Nadal, Daniil Medvedev, Alexander Zverev, and Dominic Thiem. Roger Federer should also make an appearance.

Ashleigh Barty is currently the favorite to take the women’s title, but it’s even more competitive than the men’s, with Naomi Osaka, Emma Radacanu, Aryna Sabalenka, Iga Swiatek, and Garbine Muguruza all short-priced in the Futures market. 

Whatever happens, we’ll have surely seen some memorable matches by the time September 11 arrives.

The FIFA World Cup Final (December 18)

The Qatar World Cup is one of the most controversial to date. Not only was there a lot of speculation concerning Qatar’s choice as host, but it’s also set to be staged during November and December (it’s usually a summer event) due to the extreme heat.

Germany, England, France, Belgium, Argentina, Spain, Brazil, and the Netherlands have all qualified and at least one of these giants will probably be in the final on December 18. The final is set to take place at Lusail Iconic Stadium, an 80,000 capacity arena located a short drive from Doha.

It’s going to be unusual watching a World Cup final a week before Christmas, but “unusual” will probably be the general theme of the Qatar World Cup.

Summary: Biggest Betting Days in 2022

The Super Bowl has been and gone and the crowning glory of the NFL season is over for another year, but there’s more to come in 2022. This is set to be a huge year for sport, so keep your eyes on the dates above and prepare your predictions and wagers in advance!