They have been called the dream team by many tennis pundits, and there is no getting away from the simple fact that the team that are most likely to be in the final of this year’s Mixed Doubles Tennis Tournament and the duo that are expected to win it too are A. Murray/ S. Williams.
Their respective form really is up there at the top of their game and as such you are not going to be showered with high odds when you fancy backing them to win that tournament, in fact you will be lucky if you can get odds of 11/8 on them coming out on top and winning that tournament this year.
If however you are prepared to sidestep that duo and want to go for teams that have a reasonable chance of success but are being offered at some much higher odds then there are two teams that do fit into that category.
The first is of course Soares / Melichar and by shopping around you will be able to get odds on hem winning of 11/2, but you may have to hunt around to do so and as for the other team that could win this tournament with some luck in playing that is Dodig / Chan wo are on offer at odds of 6/1 and most bookies sites and betting shops.
Placing Each-Way Bets on the Wimbledon Mixed Doubles
You shouldn’t have any difficulties locating one of our featured betting sites, sportsbooks and mobile betting apps that are going to allow you to place an each-way bet on the pairing you think are going to win this tournament.
However, as far as the best each-way betting terms that I have seen being offered don each-way bets placed on this tournament, they are from bookies that offer one half of the win odds and are also going to be paying you out at one half of the win odds on the place bet on such a two part bet.
Who Else Are Punters Backing?
I would not put you off placing a bet on any team you think is going to get through to the final game and win it, however the rest of the field in the tournament are going to have to pull of some miracles if they are going to beat those doubles teams listed up above, but anything is possible I suppose.
The odds available on the rest of the double’s duos are in double figures, and the ones that are higher up as opposed to lower down the betting markets currently are doubles duos such as Skugor / Olaru and Peers / Zhang who are both trading at odds of 10/1.
Then being offered at odds of 12/1 at most betting sites you have double steams such as Hoyt / Silva and Roger-Vasselin / Klepac and then you are Koolhof/Peschke who look a fair bet especially a fair each-way bet at their current odds of 14/1 and Venus/Srebotnik are 16/1 if you do rate them as a duo.