Wimbledon odds

Wimbledon Sports Betting Preview

Wimbledon betting previewWimbledon is the only grass-played Grand Slam tournament, and it will be held at the All England Club in London. The Championships will happen until July 14, Sunday. This gives bookies a great opportunity to increase action on sportsbooks for the next few days. Becoming a bookie is not difficult, if you are thinking about the massive work that comes from taking bets on multiple games over a couple of weeks.

The not-so-secret secret that top bookies use is a good sports betting platform. The site will allow you to manage the lines of the different wagering options. Not only that, but you also have a site for your players to view your options, and choose a side to bet on for the game.

Sports Betting Preview

Wimbledon is one of the biggest tennis events of the year. It attracts a lot of people placing bets on their favorites and it covers a lot of wagers. Mostly because you have men’s, women’s, singles and doubles games to offer action on. And this year is starting out to be very, very exciting.

Let’s take a look at the latest odds on the following Championship Awards:

Men’s Single Champion

Novak Djokovic: 11/13

Roger Federer: 10/3

Rafael Nadal: 11/2

Milos Raonic: 33/1

Kevin Anderson: 40/1

Matteo Berrettini: 50/1

Felix Auger Aliassime: 50/1

Women’s Single Champion

Ashleigh Barty: 3/1

Karolina Pliskova: 4/1

Serena Williams: 15/2

Petra Kvitova: 10/1

Cori Gauff: 15/1

Johanna Konta: 18/1

Simona Halep: 20/1

Belinda Bencic: 25/1

Kiki Bertens: 25/1

Victoria Azarenka: 25/1

When asked, most experts will recommend Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic, and Rafael Nadal for the men’s title. Its not necessarily because they are the big names, but based on performance, the three players are most likely to win. As for the women’s picks, the results may vary since there are some player injuries to consider. But Ashleigh Barty’s injury may not even matter as she fights for her first No. 1 in a major, while Karolina Pliskova is also coming up as a huge favorite. Especially when Serena Williams, and Petra Kvitiva are also nursing some injuries. You can check our bookie tutorials to learn more about wagering.