wimbledon odds 2017

Wimbledon 2018 betting – full guide with odds, tips and everything you need to know about Wimbledon!

Wimbledon Odds 2018 – Bet King Compare

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Before we dive in to the latest Wimbledon odds 2018, let’s first take a look at how far this majestic tournament has come in its 130 year history.

Wimbledon began at the All England Club in 1877 and is the world’s oldest tennis tournament. It’s also the world’s highest paid tennis competition – this year there’s £28 million to be won. The winners of the men’s and women’s singles will pocket £2 million each and singles runners-up take home £1 million each.

The record for the most Championship won since professional players were included in 1968 is seven, jointly held by Pete Sampras (1993– 1995, 1997–2000) and Roger Federer (2003–2007, 2009, 2012).

Bjorn Borg 1976–1980) and Federer (2003–2007) jointly hold the record for the most consecutive victories – five. Martina Navratilova has won the Women’s Singles a record nine times and also shares a record of winning 20 Wimbledon titles (including doubles and mixed doubles) with Billie Jean King.

Martina Hingis became the youngest player to win a title at the age of 15 years 282 days in 1996 by winning the doubles championship. The record for the most aces served in a single championship is 212 by the Croatian player Goran Ivanisevic in 2001. The most aces served by a woman is 80, achieved by Serena Williams last year.

The fastest serve ever was by Taylor Dent in 2010, who hit a ball at 148 miles an hour. The fastest women’s serve was by Venus Williams in 2008 – at 129 miles an hour. The maximum number of people allowed in the grounds at any one time is 39,000. The attendance record for the 13 days of the tournament was set last year at 484,391.

The current mens champion is no other than our own Andy Murray.

Can Andy Murray make it two championships in a row in 2018?

Wimbledon is the largest single annual sporting catering operation (1800 staff) carried out in Europe.
• 330,000 cups of tea and coffee
• 230,000 bottles of water
• 234,000 meals served
• 320,000 glasses of Pimm’s
• 110,000 sandwiches and baguettes
• 25,000 scones
• 110,000 pints of draught beer and lager
• 16,000 portions of fish and chips
• 44,000 litres of milk

Read on for the latest Wimbledon Odds 2018

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Finally, let’s find out where the smart money’s going.  We’ll give you a hint…. He’s Scottish.

Each player is linked with the best sportsbook to place your bet.  Simply click the one you think will win and away you go.  Best of luck guys!

Mens Final Odds

Roger Federer – 2/1 

Rafael Nadal – 9/2

Novak Djokovic – 5/1

Andy Murray – 6/1

Milos Raonic – 16/1

Up to date as of 11:44 – 02/07/2017

We’ll update the top 5 players and the odds that come with them as the tournament goes on.


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