Men’s and Women’s Wimbledon Outright Winner Betting

June 29, 2018 June 29, 2018 David Nugent

This year’s Wimbledon tennis tournament has, much like all other years attracted some of the very best tennis players in the world, who will be battling it out on the court in the hope they manage to win either the men’s or women’s title.

Regarding which male tennis player is going to be the one that has the best possible chance of being crowned the champion of Wimbledon this year, there is a lot of money currently being placed on Roger Federer, so much money in fact he is now the short priced favourite to win the men’s title at odds of just 7/4.

Whilst there are off course plenty of other players that could suddenly find their form this year and beat him, the only players that do have any realistic chance of doing so include the likes of Novak Djokovic and he is currently the second favourite with odds of 5/1 attached to him.

Rafael Nadal is if course another player that certainly knows how to play tennis and how to win a match and the same could also be said of Marin Cilic and if you do think either of them are going to find their very best form this year and be crowned the men’s champion at Wimbledon this year their odds of doing so are around the 13/2 mark!

Placing Tennis Bets Online

There are more than enough individual and unique types of bets that you are always going to have the opportunity of placing on any up and coming tennis matches, so do try and ensure you are aware o how such bets have been designed to give you a few additional chance of winning.

The in-play betting markets offer all punters a fast and furious type of betting experience and when betting via such a betting platform you will be placing your wagers once a tennis match has begun and is currently being played out!

Women’s Title Betting

There is of course another betting market that may just be of interest to you and that is the one that is going to see you having to make sense of the race for the women’s title winner, and that is going to be a much tighter tournament than the men’s ones I’m fairly sure of that.

The current favourite to won the women’s title this year at Wimbledon is Petra Kvitova but there is not that much confidence behind her it is very true to say for the best odds you will get on her are 9/2 which are high for a so called favourite!

Some players that do look like they could win the women’s title this year and win it at some quite high odds to include players such as Serena Williams at 6/1 as well as Gabrine Muguruza at 8/1 and one player that could quite easily end up winning the women’s title this year is all goes well and to plan is of course Angelique Kerber at 10/1!

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David Nugent


Hi, my name is David and I am the chief editor of, I am proud to bring you all latest legal matters concerning the sports betting industry , I am a keen sports fan, dabbling in a few odd bets on my beloved Everton FC

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