The bookmakers offering the best Wimbledon betting odds

The penultimate Grand Slam of the year and the most famous in the world. That’s right, it’s Wimbledon.

The reigning men’s champion, Novak Djokovic, won his fourth title against Kevin Anderson last year after a monumental victory over Rafael Nadal. At one point, it looked like he wasn’t even going to be there. He claimed he didn’t know if he’d play any grass tournaments after his shock quarter final defeat at the French Open in 2018. But the frustration of defeat was only temporary and he went onto grab his 15th major.

But what about the rest of the ATP? Despite four finals and one iconic win in 2008, Rafael Nadal isn’t as comfortable on grass. He’s failed to get past the fourth round between 2012 and 2017 but a semi final finish was a big achievement for the Spaniard last year. He’s not to be written off and he’ll want to improve his performance in 2019.

Then there’s the King of Grass, Roger Federer. The 8-time champion lost a 5-set thriller against eventual finalist Kevin Anderson in the quarter finals which nobody saw coming, so he’ll have a score to settle this year. Wimbledon is the tournament where he made his name, beating reigning champion Pete Sampras in 2001 and winning his first of 20 grand slams in 2003. He’ll be 37 when he steps onto Centre Court and he’ll be eyeing up a record 9th title at SW19.

Other names in the running include Dominic Thiem, Stefanos Tsitsipas, Juan Martin Del Potro, 2017 finalist Marin Cilic, and Sasha Zverev (if he can shake off his grand slam demons and get into the second week).

On the women’s side, the draw will be wide open, just like it has been at Roland Garros. Angelique Kerber is the current Wimbledon champion and already has 3 slams to her name. She’ll want to add a 4th this year but it won’t be easy. Naomi Osaka has 2 slams and a stint as World No. 1 at the age of 20 and aims to be the youngest Wimbledon champion since Maria Sharapova in 2004. She’s admitted to not liking grass but she never shies away from a battle. Then there’s Simona Halep, Karolína Plíšková, 2-time champ Petra Kvitová, Sloane Stephens, Kiki Bertens… the list goes on.

But let’s not forget the greatest of all time – Serena Williams. Against all odds, she reached her first final since having a child which shows you just how incredible she is. She’s suffered some of her worst career defeats since but that won’t stop her giving it everything to win her 8th Wimbledon title.

Phew. That’s a lot of competition on both sides. The grass season is the shortest on the calendar with 6 weeks of greenery. Because of that, not many players prosper on a consistent level. Initially a place for serve-and volley tennis, the speed of the courts increased in the early 00s and now it’s the second-fastest behind hard court. That’s why hard court specialists feel more comfortable here and why Federer and Serena have won 15 singles titles between them.

But shocks can and have happened, particularly for the WTA players! So where can you find the best bookmakers offering Wimbledon betting odds?

We’ve served some up below!


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