Wimbledon Women Betting Odds Comparison

Wimbledon takes place from the 23rd June to the 6th July (although the women’s final is on the 5th July) and we’ve got all you need to make this Wimbledon even more exciting – and profitable – by having a bet or two on the women’s tournament. Whether you want a bet on the outright winner market – for which we have some great betting tips – or fancy a punt on the matches along the way, with our live odds comparison you can be sure of getting the very best available odds for whatever you bet on.

The 2013 champion, Marion Bartoli, has retired and so isn’t here to defend her crown but, as ever, Serena Williams is the favourite with the bookies. The American can be backed at odds of 7/4 in the outright market as she looks to claim her 18th Grand Slam and sixth Wimbledon. We think age is catching up with her and after losses in the second and fourth rounds of her last two Slams, opposing her in the early matches here could be a great tactic.

If she falters, the likes of Maria Sharapova, Li Na and Petra Kvitova will look to step in but we think the tournament is wide open this year and we could see a shock winner…Heather Watson at 500/1 anyone?!

Wimbeldon Women 2013Women’s tennis is exciting, with extended rallies, a range of playing styles and some great betting opportunities. Serena Williams looks like dominating 2013 but our odds comparison service provides the best betting odds for all the players at this year’s Wimbledon so maybe there is some value lower down in the market.

Serena, on talent alone, is arguably the greatest player of all time and whilst many disagree with that, those punters who have backed her in her 15 Grand Slam successes thus far have the money to prove it. Given her career has been affected by physical and mental malaise that’s an astounding total and if she is anywhere near her best she will win here, at decent betting odds of 6/5 with Paddy Power.

Beyond the American the main challengers are likely to be Belarusian Victoria Azarenka and Russian Maria Sharapova, the world’s richest sportswoman. Beyond those three statuesque champions and Petra Kvitova there are an assortment of players at odds in excess of 20/1 who would need some serious luck if they are to win Wimbledon 2013.

Whilst we would expect Williams to triumph, for those who feel a shade over evens is too short, Azarenka offers the next best value in the betting odds. She has a poor head-to-head record with the favourite but is 2-2 against her in finals and likes the surface so odds of 11/2 with Gamebookers are worth considering.

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