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It’s nearly that time of year again! Qualifying for Wimbledon is underway and the publication of the order of play is expected on Sunday 26th June. The tournament proper begins the day after on the 27th June and we’ll undoubtedly see all the usual Wimbledon traditions without which it wouldn’t seem like the real Wimbledon – strawberries and cream, completely unpredictable weather, queues for tickets that stretch for miles but most importantly some great tennis.
This year we’ve seen a few changes in and around the top of the men’s game. Rafa Nadal isn’t competing and his place amongst the top 4 is taken by Raonic who we saw push Murray all the way in the recent Queens final. Djokovic is the odds-on favourite to retain his title, and if he does it’ll be a hat-trick, having defeated Federer in both of the last two finals.
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From both our own testing and extensive visitor feedback, we’ve come up with the following list of top bookies for tennis betting:
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Can Andy Murray win Wimbledon?
The local crowd sitting on Henman Hill / Murray Mountain are sure to be rooting for everyone’s favourite Scottish sports personality, Andy Murray, to reach the final and hopefully prevail.
The bookies seem to think he has a decent chance. He’s currently second favourite with most bookies placing him at odds of around 3/1. This is a similar price to last year when he was beaten at the semi final stage by an inspired Roger Federer. The superb Swiss isn’t getting any younger though, and perhaps this is best reflected in his outright Wimbledon price of 12/1. This might well make for a decent each way bet though, he generally saves his best for the green grass of Wimbledon.
Smart punters who fancy a bet on Wimbledon will be taking advantage of our top Wimbledon enhanced odds in the table below. This is a tremendous promo not just due to the huge odds on offer, but also because it can be applied whatever bet you fancy making at Wimbledon.
Here at enhanced bets, we’re big fans of Novak Djokovic and we know lots of readers are too so our second Wimbledon enhancement is a top offer for him too, also below.
Current top 10 Wimbledon favourites
This list is based on odds provided by bookmakers and therefore may not match the current tour top 10 or the top 10 seeds but the bookies are rarely wrong! Here’s the full list:
(1) Novak Djokovic
(2) Andy Murray
(3) Roger Federer
(4) Milos Raonic
(5) Nick Kyrgios
(6) Stan Wawrinka
(7) Kei Nishikori
(8) Dominic Thiem
(9) Juan Martin del Potro
(10) Tomas Berdych
As one of the 4 “Grand Slam” events, Wimbledon is one of the major draws of the annual tennis calendar. But throughout the year there are tournaments going on around the world, with the top stars in action pretty much every week. Whenever we have tennis enhanced odds and offers you’ll see them on our homepage, as well as in the list just below: