The 2017 Wimbledon odds are out for the tennis Grand Slam at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club. Ross Casey takes a look at the latest 2017 Wimbledon betting odds…
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The longest running tennis tournament in the world, Wimbledon has been running since 1877 and the winner of the men’s and women’s singles tournaments receive £1.8 million in prize money! Played on grass, and featuring no sponsorship in the courts - including centre court, it is widely thought of as the most prestigious Grand Slam!
Last year the men’s championship was won by Andy Murray, ending a run of two Novak Djokovic victories in a row at SW19 whilst the women’s event was won by Serena Williams – who will of course be absent this time around through pregnancy. With over 16 outrights available, in-play betting and odds for every match, Easyodds has never been more extensive with its Wimbledon betting offerings.
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Roger Federer @ 9/4. Swiss legend is now 35 years-old and is looking for a record breaking eighth Wimbledon championship. He has lost two finals in the last three years and this could be his last shot. He has picked up three tournament wins this season so far, but misses the French Open through injury. He has Wimbledon odds of 9/4 using our odds comparison service.
Andy Murray @ 4/1. Andy Murray was knocked out in the semi-final two years ago, but bounced back to win his second Wimbledon title in 2016. He remains number 1 ranked ATP Tour player in the world, but so far in 2017, the 30-year-old has won one title in eight tournaments with a dismal 16-6 record.
Rafael Nadal @ 5/1. Known for his insane record on clay, it is little surprise that many bookmakers made the Spaniard odds on to the French Open, which he duly did. However, his Wimbledon record leaves a little to be desired with his best effort in the last five years has been a fourth round loss.
Novak Djokovic @ 13/2. Less than two years ago, Djokovic was on top of the ATP World Tour, opening a 9,025-point lead. He has shown that he is human ever since though, falling to number two in the world behind Andy Murray and picking up just a single tournament win thus far in 2017. Are you backing him at 13/2 in your Wimbledon tips?
Milos Raonic @ 16/1. The Canadian lost the Wimbledon final to Andy Murray last year, having only made one previous Wimbledon semi-final in the past but the bookies make him the fourth favourite to win Wimbledon 2017. The latest Wimbledon betting odds make him a best price of 16/1, which may look great value considering he has good recent form in this Grand Slam.
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