Wimbledon Betting Tips: Get 50% Extra At Bet365

Wimbledon gets underway this week, marking the biggest fortnight in tennis.

Andy Murray will look to defend his title in the Men’s Singles, while it’s anyone’s game in the Women’s Singles as defending champion Serena Williams is skipping the tournament due to her pregnancy.

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Wimbledon betting tips and odds

All odds available at Bet365 and correct at the time of writing.

Men’s Singles bets

The four favourites in the Men’s Singles have won the past 14 Wimbledon championships, and it seems unlikely that this will change this year. It’s anyone’s title in 2017.

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  • Roger Federer (9/4): Still dominating tennis odds even at 35, the Swiss legend is favourite at Bet365 to claim his eighth Singles Title, breaking the record that he currently holds with Pete Sampras for the most Wimbledon wins.
  • Andy Murray (10/3): Defending champion Andy Murray is the second-favourite to equal Novak Djokovic by grabbing his third title and first back-to-back victory. Britain will hope that the Scot has fully recovered from his springtime elbow injury.
  • Rafael Nadal (9/2): Five-time finalist Rafael Nadal saw a dip in form after a period of exchanging titles with Federer, though the clay court specialist has never dominated Wimbledon in the same way he has done the French Open.
  • Novak Djokovic (5/1): Serbian Novak Djokovic has had a poor run of form this year, losing his French Open title in the quarter-finals and splitting with his team after the Monte Carlo Masters. However, he has recently won another grass tournament and could be worth an each-way bet at this price.

Women’s Singles bets

The Women’s Singles betting markets are much more up in the air, with two clear favourites but neither priced close to evens. This could be a great spot for savvy bettors to capitalise on each-way betting.

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  • Karolina Pliskova (9/2): Serena Williams’ pregnancy means that Karolina Pliskova is the favourite to win this year’s championship, which would be her first Wimbledon title.
  • Petra Kvitova (5/1): Czech star Petra Kvitová is the only player of the four favourites in this group to have had a slice of Wimbledon glory before, securing her titles in both 2011 and 2014. With Williams out of the picture, she could be a great bet.
  • Garbiñe Muguruza (10/1): Spanish professional certainly has what it takes to win her first title, having beaten Serena Williams for the French Open last year. However, a poor run in 2017 so far means that she’s a far cry from favourite.
  • Johanna Konta (12/1): British player Johanna Konta is the host country’s best chance of a Women’s Singles title – their first since 1961. She’s fourth-favourite, and could be worth an accumulator with Murray at 55/1 to back double British victory.