There is only one Wimbledon Mixed Doubles team that is being backed by punters in big numbers right now and it will not surprise you to learn that team is of course the A. Murray/ S. Williams partnership, but you are going to be hard-pressed to find any bookies offering you what I would call decent odds.
I say that for as hard as I have been hunting around this morning I have yet to find bookie out there that is offering odds higher than 11/8, so if you do want to bet on that doubles pairing then you are going to have to be quick to ensure you can get those 11/8 odds, for they may not be around for very much longer the way things are going currently on the betting markets.
It could be the case than any of the other doubles pairings come out on top and with that in mind do consider placing a few additional bets if you think things are not going to go the Murray Williams way, and one team that could be worth placing a small bet on is the Soares / Melichar team and their odds are much better valued ones at 11/2.
I do also like the chances of one other team that being Dodig / Chan, which they are going to have to up their game if they are to win this tournament, you never know that may be something they do go on to do and as far as what odds you can bag on them right now, those odds are around the 6/1 mark.
Bet Each-Way on the Wimbledon Mixed Doubles
You may be of the mind that the current favourites to win the Wimbledon Mixed Doubles trophy this year are not going to do so, and by backing any of the other doubles there are some much juicer and much more appealing odds on offer.
However, never forget that most of our featured sites are going to allow you to place an each-way bet on your chosen doubles pairing, and will be paying out on the place part of those bets to two places this year and at one half of the win odds too.
Bigger Odds More Risk
There are of course some much bigger odds being offered don each of the other teams still left in the Wimbledon Mixed Doubles Tournament, and as such here is an overview of the teams that have a reasonable but not that great chance of winning it this year.
You have Skugor / Olaru on offer as 10/1 shots as too are Peers / Zhang and then at odds of 12/1 you have both Hoyt / Silva and Roger-Vasselin / Klepac, and if you do rate and feel that teams such as Koolhof/Peschke are going to excel in the remainder of this tournament their odds of 14/1 are there for the taking and you can also back the likes of Venus/Srebotnik at 16/1 if you so desire.