Bagging the highest possible odds possible on the player how you think is going to be crowned the outright winner of the men’s or women’s title over at the Wimbledon tennis tournament is going to see you having to make use of the early betting markets that are now available on that sporting event.
Most betting sites will be offering you their own set of odds on each player taking part in out, so one tip I want to pass onto you is for you to shop around and compare the current odds available for they will vary from betting site to betting site.
However, having said that one thing you are going to find no matter at which betting site you do choose to check out is that Roger Federer is the red-hot favourite to win the men’s title this year, and having looked around the best odds I have seen being offered on him to win are 7/4.
If I had to pick out several other players that could beat him it will be players such as Novak Djokovic at 5/1, Rafael Nadal and Marin Cilic or even the likes of Andy Murray at 12/1 or Alexander Zverev at 14/1 that may just beat their odds and come out on top this year!
Bet on Individual Tennis Matches
Rather than simply placing a bet on which player could win either the men’s or women’s title this year at Wimbledon you can of course have a financial interest in each individual match that is played and there are hundreds of different bets available on those matches.
You can try and predict the correct score of any match or bet in a handicap type of betting market where one player is given a theoretical head start, and you can also bet on a match once it has started too via in-play betting markets!
Women’s Title Betting
Petra Kvitova is begging to look like the punters’ favourite to win the women’s title at Wimbledon this year and I would not put you off betting on her nice and early for the current odds associated with her winning hat title are very attractive at 9/2!
But it would be foolish to not consider betting on players such as Serena Williams at 6/1 and Gabrine Muguruza at 8/1 for both of them could win this event and to be fair it wouldn’t be a major upset if either of them did win the women’s title in 2018!
I know many punters will be trying to secure the best and highest possible odds on some of the other players that could win the women’s title, and as far as value bets go I think betting on Angelique Kerber at 10/1 could be a winning bet but also consider the chances of Simona Halep and Sloane Stephens winning for both of them are chalked up on many bookmakers betting markets at odds as high as 14/1!