Pick A Winner At Wimbledon 2019
The All England Lawn Tennis Club is once again home to the Wimbledon Championships, and we’re well into the final week of this fantastic tournament, which concludes on Sunday, July 14. There are plenty of Wimbledon odds available as we approach the business end of the competition, so it’s another great reason to bet on tennis with .
Here you’ll find all the remaining odds for the tournament, including:
- Wimbledon mens singles odds
- Wimbledon womens singles odds
- Wimbledon doubles odds
- Wimbledon outright odds
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Bet on Wimbledon 2019
The main betting options for Wimbledon are split between the mens, womens and doubles draws. Here are all the outright odds available leading into the semi-finals.
Wimbledon Mens Odds
World number-one Novak Djokovic leads the way in this category, although he will face stiff competition from eight-time Wimbledon champion Roger Federer and French Open victor Rafael Nadal.
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Wimbledon Mens Semi-Final Odds
Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal will face off in the semi-finals at Wimbledon, and there is every chance this match will be a repeat of the blockbuster matches they played in 2007 and 2008.
The other semi-final will feature world number-one Novak Djokovic against surprise semi-finalist Roberto Batista Agut. The Serbian is at very short odds to reach another Wimbledon final, after winning convincingly in straight sets.
Roger Federer vs Rafael Nadal
Novak Djokovic vs Roberto Batista Agut
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Wimbledon Womens Odds
Seven-time winner Serena Williams is the favourite to claim her eight title at the All England club, although will be challenged by 2018 French Open winner Simona Halep.
Wimbledon Womens Semi-Final Odds
The leading online sportsbooks aren’t giving Barbora Strycova a chance against Serena Williams, although the unseeded Czech has managed to knock out some serious contenders along the way to the semi-finals, including local hopeful Jo Konta.
Meanwhile it’s expected to be much closer in the match between Elina Svitolina and Simona Halep despite the odds being heavily in Halep’s favour. Ukrainian Svitolina has only dropped one set at the tournament so far, while Halep has managed the same feat.
Serena Williams vs Barbora Strycova
Elina Svitolina vs Simona Halep
Wimbledon 2019 Picks
If you’re looking for a tip for the winners of this year’s Wimbledon championships, look no further. We have selected who we think will win in the men’s, women’s and doubles competitions across the tournament.
Mens Singles Winner
World number-one Novak Djokovic is going to be exceptionally hard to beat, and should cruise through his semi-final. He will play the winner of Nadal and Federer, and as this match is expected to be challenging for both competitors it leaves the Joker in the box seat. Jump on at 1.66.
Womens Singles Winner
Serena Williams is yet to assert her dominance after her break from tennis, and although she is close once again she has managed to lose vital matches in the last year. There is a reason she is 2.00 for the title – it is still anyone’s tournament. We’re going for Simona Halep to win it this year, and she is at great odds (2.80).
Mens Doubles Winner
Nicholas Mahut, who knows a bit about Wimbledon having played a match that lasted over eleven hours at the All England club, has teamed up with Edouard Roger-Vasselin and the pair are the favourites to win the tournament after knocking out the number-one seeded Bryan brothers. At odds of 2.62, they are a decent pick for the title, although they will face strong competition from the Klaasen/Venus combination.
Womens Doubles Winner
The combination of Hsieh Su-wei and women’s singles semi-finalist Barbora Strycova has proved lethal so far in this tournament, and there is a sense that the pair are on their way to recording a famous victory. At odds of 4.33, they are an outsider pick but well worth the bet.
When is the 2019 Wimbledon Final?
The womens singles final will be played on Saturday, July 13th, and the mens singles final will be played on Sunday, July 14th.
The womens and mens doubles finals will be both held on Saturday July 13th.
Wimbledon Past Winners
Below is a list of the players who have lifted the Wimbledon trophy since the turn of the century.
Mens Singles Champions
Womens Singles Champions
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