Now really is the very best time to try and secure some of the best odds possible on any of the tennis players that you think are going to win either the men’s or women’s title at this year’s Wimbledon tennis tournament.
By betting nice and early if you chosen player does start to win match after match then their odds of winning are going to drop, and with that in mind let me give you some ideas of where the smart money is going on that major tennis event!
Starting with the men’s tournament, it is hard to see further than Roger Federer as the player that could win this event based on his current form, and if you do think he is going to win his current odds to do so of 7/4 look generous and fair.
However, you would be foolish to overlook the chances of players such as Novak Djokovic at 5/1 and Rafael Nadal or Marin Cilic who are currently trading at odds of 13/2 and many punters will be hoping this year is the one that Andy Murray wins and his odds are currently 12/1.
If it is an outside you fancy betting on but one that does have the skill to win this tournament then betting on Alexander Zverev at 14/1 or even Nick Kyrgios at 16/1 may be a good move to make!
Additional Tennis Bets
What may be of interest to you as somebody who does want to place a range of additional bets during the Wimbledon tennis tournament is that many betting sites and betting apps now offer something known as in play betting markets,
When you make use of such a betting market what you are going to be able to do is to place a range of different bets and wagers as soon as any individual tennis match is being played, obviously the odds do change rapidly on certain outcomes but it is a type of betting market you will certainly find exciting to use!
Women’s Title Betting Markets and Odds
If you are placing a bet on which player you think is going to win the men’s title this year at Wimbledon, then there is another betting market that will offer you a plethora of betting opportunities is of course the one on which you are tasked with picking out which female player will be crowned the women champion.
As far as the favourites to do so they are currently Petra Kvitova at 9/2 and Serena Williams at 6/1 and also Gabrine Muguruza at 8/1, any of those three players do possess the skill and ability to win this event.
But if you would prefer betting on a player with much higher odds then three others that are worth considering who are all currently available at high odds of 16/1 are Karolina Pliskova, Madison Key and Maria Sharapova, but those odds do represent their realistic chances of winning so do try and keep that in mind at all times when placing a bet on any of them!