Men's Wimbledon Odds for 2015
Wimbledon, the oldest and most prestigious tennis tournament in the world, starts on Monday June 29th and ends with the Men’s Wimbledon Final on Sunday July 12th.
With the tournament just about to start, we've taken a look at the Men's Wimbledon betting market to see which online bookmakers offer the best odds and signup offers.
Men's Wimbledon Favourites
It’s been a mixed year for men’s tennis, with a few upsets in major tournaments including the French Open and Australian Open. Bookmakers have already decided who their favourites are, so let’s take a look at the players you could use bookmaker signup offers on.
7/5 - Novak Djokovic
Defending singles champions Novak Djokovic is determined to claim the title for the second year in a row. The Serbian number 1 is the bookmakers’ favourite to win, even after his recent upset at The French Open where he lost the final to Stan Wawrinka.
Djokovic plays extremely well on grass, and having only lost 3 of his 44 games this year so far, it’s easy to see why bookmakers reckon he’ll win. As one of 2015's most consistent players, Djokovic is definitely a player you should consider betting on.
The best odds for those betting on Djokovic come from Sportingbet.com who currently offer odds of 7/5 on a win.
5/2 - Andy Murray
Andy Murray, the current British No 1, is in top form having won his record-equaling 4th trophy at the Aegon Championships at the The Queen's Club in the UK.
The 2013 champion has seemingly gone from strength to strength over the past couple of years, and with a strong record at Wimbledon, could be the one to dethrone Djokovic.
For those betting on Murray, you'll need to head over to Ladbrokes.com as they have him at 5/2.
13/2 - Roger Federer
Roger Federer won at Halle last weekend, giving him his 86th ATP title. Federer is seeking his eighth Wimbledon championship, having last won the tournament in 2012.
He’s been one of the most consistent players this year and is more suited to playing shorter points, giving him an advantage heading into the 2015 tournament.
Coral.co.uk offer the best odds of Federer taking the Men's Wimbledon title at 13/2.
14/1 - Rafael Nadal
Rafael Nadal’s injury concerns seem to have subsided and he’s 100% fit coming into the tournament. Nadal didn’t have a great start to the year losing the French Open quarterfinal to Novak Djokovic and only making it to the Quarterfinals in the Australian Open.
Although he hasn’t had great success at Wimbledon over the past few years, he has won the most amount of grass court matches in the lead up to Wimbledon 2015.
Top rated Irish bookmaker PaddyPower.com offer the best odds of Nadal winning Wimbledon at 14/1.
17/1 - Stan Wawrinka
Swiss player Stan Wawrinka is coming into Wimbledon on the back of a win at the French Open and is in fantastic form. The World number 4 has managed to beat all of the top 10 players so far this year and is a good option to a bookmakers signup offers on.
The only thing that may hold Wawrinka back in the competition is the fact that he tends to perform better in tennis tournaments that offer slower playing surfaces.
If you think Wawrinka will win the Men's Wimbledon title then it's SkyBet that you should bet as they offer him at 16/1.
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