I doubt that you are going to find higher odds being offered to you on both the men’s or women’s Wimbledon outright winner betting markets that those that are currently available from our featured betting sites.
So if you are thinking of having a bet this year it will pay dividends for you to check out the odds available on the early priced Wimbledon betting markets at each of those sites. The one player that is on many people’s shortlists as the one most likely to win the men’s title however is Roger Federer at 7/4.
But Wimbledon does often throw a curve ball into the equation and there are several other players that could beat him this year and one most punters think is going to is Novak Djokovic whose odds are certainly worth taking at the minute with them being 5/1!
Rafael Nadal or Marin Cilic could upset the applecart so to speak this year and be crowned the men’s title winner and if you think either of them will do so then now is the time to start mopping up the current odds on both of them which are around the 13/2 mark. But if you are of the mindset that Andy Murray will win his odds for reference are 12/1.
Other Tennis Bets You Can Place
A long term outright winner bet may be the only bet you wish to place on this year’s Wimbledon, but if you do fancy spicing up your viewing pleasure as you watch each match then consider betting on various different possible outcomes of each match.
There are no shortages of weird and wonderful bets and wager you can place on each tennis match being played as part of the Wimbledon tournament this year and a popular one is to try and predict the score of any match, and that type of bet is popular as here can be some huge odds available on certain possible scores!
Have a Punt on the Women’s Title Winner
One of the much trickier Wimbledon betting markets to try and make sense of is the one on which you have to try and pick out the women’s title winner this year, for there are plenty of players that could be crowned the women’s champion in 2018.
If I had to whittle down a shortlist of just a few players that have the very best chance of winning that title this year one player I would definitely have on that list is Petra Kvitova and it would be no surprise if she did go on to win it and her odds are currently quite high at 9/2!
Most punters however will be of the mindset that players such as Serena Williams at 6/1, Gabrine Muguruza at 8/1 or even Angelique Kerber at 10/1 are going to win the women’s title this year, and to be honest all of them do have an outstanding chance of winning.
So I will leave it up to you to decide just which player to place your hard earned money on, but do place your bets as soon as you can do to secure those high valued odds!