Betting Opportunities on the Men’s Wimbledon 2019 Tournament

The Men’s Tournament Outright Winner betting markets are awash with cash right now, and as such you are going to find plenty of attractive odds if you can look further than the current favourite to win this year at that major tennis tournament.

However, there will also be the option of any punters to back a player or for that matter any number of players each-way too, but the each-way betting terms are not as generous as they are when for example you bet on a  golf tournament so do keep that in mind.

As for just which each-way betting terms are going to be generally on offer to you at plenty of different bookies shops and betting sites, well most bookmakers are going one half of the win odds this year and are paying out to two places too.

You will probably not want to back the current favourite to win the Men’s Tournament this year each-way though, for his odds have been shortening for the last day or so and that player is of course Djokovic whose odds are around the 11/10 mark, if you do fancy backing him to win.

Second and Third Favourites

There will always be some punters that are prepared to back players such as Federer, no matter at what odds bookies are offering him at, and if you want to take a chance that he will come out on top this year then you can still bag odds of around the 3/1 mark this morning.

The third favourite is the only other player that is being backed with any volumes of cash right now and just so you know that player is Nada whose odds are generally 6/1, but do hunt around for some bookies may be offering slightly higher odds than those this morning too.

Players That May Be Worth Backing Each-Way

If you do want to try and win big by backing some of the outsiders to win, but the outsiders that have a fair and reasonable chance of success this year then there are more than enough of them for you to pick and choose from.

Some that do however spring to mind, but will need all the luck in playing to land the spoils in this tournament include the likes of Auger-Aliassime, Raonic, Thiem and Anderson and if you get your skates on you should be able to back them at odds of at least 33/1 to come out on top this year and win the title.

Moving onto a few other players that are also going to need to have all the luck in the world in their next few matches to be in with a chance of winning the title this year, well you have Kyrgios, Medvedev, Goffin and Cilic whose odds are all around the 40/1 mark, and two final players whose odds are there for the taking are Berrettini and Wawrinka and for reference their odds are high at 50/1.

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