2019 Wimbledon betting odds and tips

The 2019 Wimbledon Championships run between 1 July – 14 July 2019, with the men’s singles and ladies singles tournaments sure to attract a great deal of interest as usual.

Wimbledon is the only one of the four major tournaments that is played on a grass court surface, with SW19 proving to be a happy hunting ground for the professional tennis players that can adapt to grass, with the season coming after the players have previously been on clay.

Can Roger Federer Make it Nine in a Row?

Roger Federer is already a legendary tennis player and he’s among the betting favourites to win the 2019 Wimbledon gentleman’s singles, with the Swiss player having already won eight times in south-west London.

The 37-year-old’s success in 2012 appeared to be the last time he would win a Wimbledon title, although he’s returned to a brilliant level and landed a championship victory in 2017, while he’s second favourite to become champion once again.

Federer continues to keep himself in good shape and is already the most successful men’s player at Wimbledon during the Open Era, with a ninth making sure that he’s regarded as the best player every to have graced the tournament.

He’s currently trading at odds of around 4/1 to win at Wimbledon and that’s mainly down to the presence of a certain Serbian in the tournament.

Djokovic Looking to Make Wimbledon History of His Own

Novak Djokovic is clearly the player to beat when it comes to the men’s singles at Wimbledon 2019. Having won his first title in 2011, the Serbian then enjoyed consecutive victories in 2014 and 2015 before a fourth title in 2018.

He therefore comes to the English capital as reigning champion, with the 32-year-old trading at around 6/4 for a fifth Wimbledon title. Realistically, if he’s to equal or even surpass Federer’s eight crowns at this tournament, then he needs to win this year.

The Djoker has won the past three Grand Slam tournaments going into the French Open and he appears to have regained that top level form that has seen him record a sum total of 15 Grand Slam victories during an amazing career.

Andy Murray Likely to Be Missing Wimbledon

Andy Murray has barely been seen competing on a tennis court in 2019 and it appears that he’s losing the race to be ready for Wimbledon this year, with the Brit having conceded that a hip injury is likely to mean that the best we can hope for is to see him playing doubles at the tournament.

Murray is a two-time Wimbledon champion although it’s possible that he won’t get a chance to compete for a hat-trick, despite a partisan crowd hoping that he returns at some stage when he’s free from injury. Sadly it appears that retirement is looming for the 32-year-old.

Can Nadal End Nine-Year Drought?

Rafael Nadal took a while to adjust to grass court tennis although his classic Wimbledon final victory in 2008 over Roger Federer saw the Spaniard finally break his duck. The final set was particularly gripping and led to Nadal winning 9-7 in the fading light.

Rafa now has three Wimbledon crowns, although the last of these was in 2010 and the 32-year-old hasn’t been seen in an SW19 final since 2011, even if he made the semi-final stage of the competition last year.

Nadal has suffered a spate of early exits from Wimbledon and appears to be vulnerable on the grass court surface against big-hitting players, although he’s still ranked among the favourites to win here and is currently rated as favourite to win the French Open.

Serena Williams Favourite to Win Wimbledon Ladies

Serena Williams has seven Wimbledon Ladies titles under her belt which means she now sits two behind Martina Navratilova in the all-time standings. The American has been largely dominant at SW19 in the modern era, with her seven victories stretching between 2002-2016.

The 37-year-old has recently had a child although she’s still performing at the top of the game and clearly enjoys playing on the grass court surface, with Serena noted for blowing away opponents in the earlier rounds with a thunderous serve.

Williams is trading as the 4/1 favourite to win an eighth Wimbledon title, although she was beaten in the final by Angelique Kerber in straight sets and perhaps her star is waning as the ladies game gets more competitive.

Kerber 10/1 to Retain Wimbledon Crown

Kerber has pretty good Wimbledon statistics for the past three tournaments, reaching the final in 2017, losing in the fourth round a year later before winning in 2019. The German has also won the US Open and Australian Open and she’s among the favourites to retain her title. Perhaps 10/1 will turn out to be a big price.

Petra Kvitova is also a returning champion whose game is starting to return to the form that has seen her triumph at Wimbledon before, while Naomi Osaka and Karolina Pliskova are also among the market favourites in the Wimbledon betting.

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