Bet now on Wimbledon!


The end of June is nearing, so it’s time to bring out the strawberries and cream: it’s time for The Championships, Wimbledon! The third Grand Slam of the tennis season is widely considered to be the most prestigious tennis event there is. With so much prestige in the balance, this edition of Wimbledon is sure to become another highlight of the summer in sports. Look ahead with us and see if we can find out a few great opportunities for a winning bet!


Wimbledon (or The Championships, Wimbledon, as it is properly called in full) is the oldest tennis competition in the world, and widely regarded to be the most prestigious of them all. Part of the four Grand Slams for both the men’s ATP tour and women’s WTA tour circuits (along the Australian Open, the US Open and Roland Garros), it’s number one the list of every aspiring tennis great. Since the Australian Open changed to hard courts in 1988, it’s the only major that is still played on grass court, and as such, it marks the culmination of the grass court season, which only lasts a month.

The women’s singles

Last year at Wimbledon, German Angelique Kerber triumphed in a finale against American Serena Williams, with a final score of 6-3 and 6-3. For Kerber, it was her first Wimbledon, and third overall Grand Slam. This year, Kerber finds herself at an 5th seeded place that sees her below young talents such as Japanese world number one Naomi Osaka, and Australian Ashleigh Barton, whose Roland Garros win must still be making waves in the circuit.

With grass being such a difficult surface to master, however, it may prove more rewarding for bettors to look towards experience. That’s where a player such as Simona Halep comes into view: the Romanian has plenty of credentials and made deep runs into Wimbledon before. Could it be her year? Another title hopeful who deserves serious consideration is Serena Williams. Despite her age of 37, the American boasts 23 Grand Slam titles, and no less than 7 of those were on Wimbledon’s grass courts… Can she prove that age is no issue as she cements herself even further in tennis history with an astounding 8th Wimbledon title?

Bet on the Wimbledon women’s singles!

The men’s singles

Novak Djokovic is the reigning champion at Wimbledon: the inevitable Serbian star of the game won across 3 sets of 6-2, 6-2 and 7-6 from South-African Kevin Anderson. For Djokovic, it was his 15th Grand Slam title, and a 4th at Wimbledon. It’s considered likely that either Djokovic will renew his title, or that his famed rivals Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal will swoop in and nab the follow-up trophy from his hands.

If, however, you’re looking for an upset to what we can consider to be the current natural order in men’s tennis that could prove to be worth some money, there’s a great pool of younger talents waiting to oust the “Big Three”. Stefanos Tsitsipas, Alexander Zverev and Dominic Thiem all have fair chances of at the very least a deep run, despite questions over their lack of experience on a grass court, which is hard to master. Coming all the way out of left field, we have Kevin Anderson, who fought his way to the final last year, and John Isner, whose serve is not to be trifled with even by the best in the game. Can either of them rise to the occasion for a stunt first Grand Slam win?

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