When: July 2 / July 15 - 2018
Where: England Tennis Club, Wimbledon, London UK
Court Surface: Grass
Total Purse: Over $23 million
Gentlemen’s Singles Champion:
Ladies’ Singles Champion:
Following the French Open, and the slow courts of Roland Garros, the Worlds top tennis players will now have to contend with the fast grass courts of Wimbledon.
The best tennis players on the planet will be gathering at the All England Tennis Club, for the 132 time, Scheduled matches kick off on July 2, leading up to the men's final on Sunday, July 15, 2018, to play in the sport's oldest tournament, these are the odds on who will win the Men's and Women's single titles at Wimbledon.
The third Grand Slam tournament of the year has been played at the legendary Church Road address since 1922 and attracts tennis fans from all over the world. The first Lawn Tennis Championships were held in 1877 at the Worple Road courts in Wimbledon. The tournament in Wimbledon is the only Grand Slam tournament of the year that is still played on a grass court.
The current favorite for Wimbledon 2016 in the men’s section is Novak Djokovic and this is unlikely to change, but the return to full fitness of Rafael Nadal could pose problems for the likes of Roger Federer and Andy Murray.
You can get all the latest betting news, odds, tips and bookmakers free bets right here on this site.
There is something magical about the Wimbledon tennis tournament, the only Grand Slam to be played on grass.
It is fair to say it has captured the imagination of players, fans and tennis bettors the world over. There will be a slightly different dimension to this year's Wimbledon betting as the new Centre Court roof will be in operation, which will mean less interruption to in-play Wimbledon tennis bets.
The Wimbledon Betting lines are as busy as ever with all sorts of bets available to tennis bettors. The outright winner odds are available, individual match bets and special betting odds involving particular players.
The tournament features men's and women's singles, men's and women's doubles and mixed doubles.
With so many matches there are Wimbledon betting opportunities galore. Our top rated online bookmaker offers that and plenty of other betting opportunities on Wimbledon fortnight.
In simple terms, there are two types of Wimbledon betting odds: futures betting and match betting.
Futures betting is the one with which novices are most familiar as betting on the championship winner is a concept that everyone grasps easily.
Match betting is more complex as the possibilities are endless.
Betting on tennis has been made far easier through the availability of online betting sites, which allow tennis bettors to place their bets from the comfort of their home, before watching the action unfold.
Bet on your favorite tennis players as they battle it out for a Grand Slam title.
If you'd like to have a bet on the Wimbledon Tennis Championship, then take a look at the tennis betting odds at Bookmaker Sportsbook.
Be sure to get your Tennis Bets down early at Bookmaker Sportsbook, because the Grand Slam Tennis season is here.
Sign up now for your free Tnnis account, it’s as easy as 1-2-3.
Wimbledon staged its first men's singles tournament in 1877 when Spencer Gore emerged triumphant from a field of 22 competitors. Wimbledon is the oldest of the major contests as the Australian Open (1905), French Open(1891) and US Open (1881) followed in the British institution's footsteps.
Wimbledon is one of the biggest and most popular Grand Slam tennis tournaments today. It started out as a garden party in 1877, and now it is a grand event attended by hundreds of thousands of people. Broadcast throughout the world by television, radio, and the internet, Wimbledon is put on by the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club every year in Worple Road, England.
The nineteen courts used for Wimbledon are all composed purely of rye grass. The speed and the low bounce of grass courts favors serve and volley players. Serve and volleyers such as Rod Laver, John McEnroe, Boris Becker, Stefan Edberg and Pete Sampras have all won the Championships. However, baseliners such as Björn Borg have also performed very well, as have all-court players like Roger Federer. Among women, the serve and volley strategy is less common; one of the few female serve and volleyers, Martina Navrátilová, won Wimbledon on a record nine occasions.
The main show courts, Centre Court and No. 1 Court, are normally used only for two weeks a year, during the Championships, but play can extend into a 3rd week in exceptional circumstances. The remaining seventeen courts are regularly used for other events hosted by the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club. The show courts will, however, be pressed into action for the second time in three months in 2012 as Wimbledon will host the tennis events of the 2012 Olympic Games.
Novak Djokovic held off Roger Federer to win the 2014 Wimbledon. The Serb, 27, came through 6-7 (7-9) 6-4 7-6 (7-4) 5-7 6-4 to win his second Wimbledon and seventh Grand Slam title.
After letting a championship point slip in the fourth set, he won Wimbledon's first five-set final since 2009.
Mean while, Marion Bartoli won Wimbledon on Saturday, beating Serena-killer Sabine Lisicki.
Seizing her first grand slam title with this dominant 6-1, 6-4 victory, and barrelling through the entire tournament without dropping a set, this oddity from the Auvergne was the worthiest of winners.
At 5-1, Bartoli reached match point three times as Lisicki belatedly discovered her game, striking the ball with the type of power that had deserted her. But it was too late, as the Frenchwoman rallied once more to hold to love and secured the win with her second ace of the match.
|Tennis Grand Slam Matchups|
|Australian Open||French Open|
Tennis Betting Specials: Wimbledon Tennis Bonus
Tennis Betting Odds: Live Tennis Sportsbook Odds
Sports Betting Help: How to Bet on Sports
Sportsbook Rules: The Sports Betting Rules
Sports Betting Deposits: View Tennis Betting Deposit Options