Best Wimbledon Betting Odds

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It’s that time of year again when the nation suddenly starts devouring copious amounts of strawberries and cream, then wash it down with Robinsons fruit and barley. The Wimbledon Tennis Championship is finally here and we’ve worked hard to find you the best Wimbledon betting odds providers.

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Wimbledon Betting Odds

Andy Murray will be looking to take advantage of sitting out the French Open and build on his Queens triumph, by being the first man to win the singles title since Fred Perry in blah blah blah; is it just me that’s getting tired of hearing that?

But the Murray hype aside, this year looks set to be a phenomenal tournament and both the Men’s and Women’s titles are too close to call, with all the top seeds in great form.

Below you’ll find a list of the top performing players going into the tournament and their respective odds of taking home the title, from our selection of top bookies.

 

Men’s Singles
CoralPaddyBetfairTote888sport
Djokovic6/46/57/45/617/10
Murray10/34/13/17/215/4
Nadal10/34/111/47/213/4
Federer11/210/111/213/25/1
Ferrer100/150/180/140/179/1
Tsonga18/125/120/125/119/1
Del Potro35/140/140/140/149/1

 

Ladies singles
CoralPaddyBetfairLadbrokes888sport
S Williams1/28/158/154/72/5
Sharapova6/16/111/26/17/1
Azarenka7/113/26/16/17/1
Kvitova14/114/114/112/119/1
N Li33/133/133/125/139/1
Radwanska33/140/133/133/149/1
Stosur80/150/150/150/1199/1

 

To be honest when it comes to picking a winner for Wimbledon, you can literally throw the form book out of the window. The atmosphere surrounding Murray can put any opponent on the back foot and the pressure he puts on himself can also be the beating of him; with the top four seeds in the men’s category being so strong it really is pot luck.

As for the Women’s event, Serena Williams is quite frankly devastating and rightly so the red hot favourite. But her chances are made all the more easier with erratic form of her closest rivals, though on the day Sharapova and Azarenka have the skills necessary to put Serena in her place.

When it comes to our bets, I really can’t see past Djokovic taking back the men’s single title and Sharapova is our choice for the womens.