The UK is finally experiencing some decent weather right now, which does make a refreshing change, especially for spectators that have made the effort to get tickets to watch this year’s Wimbledon Tennis Tournament.
As is always the case apart from hoping the weather stays warn and dry, many of those very avid tennis fans will also be placing the odd bet here and there on the player that they hope will have a great tournament this year, and the Men’s Wimbledon Tournament Outright betting market is one many punters do turn to.
With that in mind below I will give you a quick update on the odds attached to some of the most fancies players in that tournament, so that you can make a well balanced decision as to whether it will be worth backing any of them at the odds currently attached to them.
Not only can you pick out for example and bet on any one player to be crowned the Men’s Tournament winning this year, but bookies will also let you back any player each-way too, and by doing so the place part of that bet will be paid out at odds of one half the win odds if the player you select comes in first or second place, and the in part of that bet is of course paid out at the full odds you took if your chosen player wins the title this year.
First and Second Favourite
As of this morning the one player that is leading the betting markets is Djokovic, and looking at the way he has been playing it does look a fair bet that he could win the Men’s title this year, and if you do fancy and rate his chance you can secure odds of 11/10 on him doing so.
The second favourite that not many of you will be too surprised is attracting a fair bit of support this morning is of course Federer and he too does also look a fair bet at his generally available outright winner odds of 3/1.
Other Players That May Go On To Win
Whilst there will be a much greater chance of you losing your money if you bet on any of the other players to win the Men’s Wimbledon tournament this year, the odds attached to each other player will be high, and that will somewhat outweigh the risk.
As such there is one other player that could be worth a punt, much more so each-way and that player is Nada whose odds are around the 6/1 mark right now but may not stay that high if he does win his next set of matches.
Next in the betting and available at some much higher double digit odds you have the likes of Auger-Aliassime and Raonic, Thiem and Anderson at 33/1 and then you have players such as Kyrgios, Medvedev, Goffin and Cilic who are all 40/1 and then there is both Berrettini and Wawrinka who are very easy to back at their odds of 50/1.