The 2018 edition of Wimbledon is set to be a great tournament with all of the best players in the world participating. Roger Federer is back in action after taking the clay court season off, and he heads into the tournament as the favorite. We also have the return of Andy Murray, who has been sidelined since last years Wimbledon with injury. On the women’s side Serena Williams will enter the tournament as favorite even with the question marks surrounding her fitness after dropping out of the French Open with an injury to her pectoral muscle.
In this article I will look at the tournament winner odds for both the men’s and women’s singles, give my picks, and also provide a step by step guide for betting on Wimbledon this year if you live in the United States.
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2018 Wimbledon Odds
Here are the odds to win Wimbledon from Bovada.lv.
Federer is a big favorite to defend his title, but there are plenty of players on that list with the ability to win this Grand Slam.
Even with her injury withdrawal from the French Open, only a handful of matches played since returning from pregnancy, and uncertainty about seeding, Serena Williams is still the favorite to win Wimbledon this year.
Federer is the rightful favorite on the men’s side, but there’s definitely no value in him at +150. Nadal is playing some of the best tennis of his career and is a threat to win the tourney even though grass isn’t his best surface. Djokovic is looking more and more like the dominant player of two years ago, Zverev looks set to break through, and Andy Murray is a two-time winner who could play a factor if he plays his best. And then add in guys like Cilic and Del Potro who have the ability to beat the top players and I think there is plenty of players who can stop Federer from repeating.
Based on the odds my favorite bet on the Men’s side is Djokovic at odds of +650. To me, Novak looks like he’s back to his old self. He had a strong run at the French Open losing a nail biter in the quarterfinals. If you just look at the loss to Marco Cecchinato on paper it looks like a bad loss to a player ranked in the 70’s, but if you watched that match the level of tennis was remarkably high. He followed that up with a solid run at the Queen’s Club Championship last week, losing to Marin Cilic in the finals in a tight match. That said, Djokovic ran through Dimitrov en route to the finals and it’s just a few big points that he needs to win to get back to his dominant self. I think this tournament will be the reemergence of Djokovic as the best player in the world.
Play: Novak Djokovic +650 @ Bovada.lv
On the women’s side I have to go with Serena Williams at odds of +450. Serena won Wimbledon in her last two appearances and 5 of the last 8 times she’s played the tournament. If she’s healthy she is still the best player in the world and Wimbledon has been her most dominant slam. Even though she pulled out of the French Open she still went 3-0 while not at 100% and I think her game was at the level it needs to be. If she can continue to improve throughout the tournament, while staying healthy, she has a great chance to add another Wimbledon title to her resume.
Play: Serena Williams +450 @ Bovada.lv
How To Bet On Wimbledon from the USA
You can follow this 3 step guide to bet on Wimbledon if you live in the USA.
Step 1. Open a Betting Account
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Click here to visit Bovada.lv and fill out the registration pop-up to open your account.
Step 2. Deposit
Bovada accepts Visa, MasterCard, American Express and bitcoin deposits.
Log into your account, click on the red ‘Deposit’ button, select your deposit method and follow the instructions to complete your deposit.
Step 3. Place Your Wimbledon Bets
You’re now ready to bet!
Once on the Bovada.lv website click on ‘Tennis’ from the left sidebar of the sportsbook. This will bring up the odds for all of the matches for that day at Wimbledon. You can also scroll to the bottom of the page to find the outright winner odds that I outlined above.
Are you ready to bet? Click here to visit Bovada.lv.