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We are just a few weeks removed from that epic five-set French Open men’s final between Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal. And though Djokovic gave it all he had, the power of Nadal on clay courts simply proved too much to overcome, as he captured a record eighth French Open championship.
But now, we move to the historic grass courts of Wimbledon at the All England Club for the third Grand Slam of the 2013 year.
All of the top-ranked men’s players in the world appear to be in fine form coming in, as this Wimbledon championship has the makings to be something special.
Roger Federer might not be on top of the tennis rankings anymore, but when it comes to Wimbledon, is there really another player that you want to go with? Age might slowly be catching up with the seven-time champion at the All England Club, but that didn’t stop him from winning it all last year. He will try to repeat his title, and will certainly face some strong competition at the top.
Novak Djokovic – 6/5 (+120)
Andy Murray – 7/2 (+350)
Rafael Nadal – 4/1 (+400)
Roger Federer – 15/2 (+750)
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga – 25/1 (+2500)
That competition is highlighted by Djokovic, the No.1 ranked player in the world. Djokovic won Wimbledon two years ago in 2011, and lost in the final to Federer last year. Oddsmakers like the chances that Djokovic will get his second Wimbledon title of his career. 2013 Wimbledon betting odds found at Bovada Sportsbook have set Djokovic as a 6/5 favorite on the line, which is just over an even money pay out. Essentially every $6 wagered would win $5.
Djokovic is more than twice the favorite as the rest of the field, with Andy Murray actually following in second, and not Nadal or Federer. Murray has one Grand Slam to his name, but the one that he covets most is Wimbledon. It was a great feat for Murray to win the gold medal in the 2012 Olympics in London in front of the home crowd, but you know that he wants that gold trophy more than anything. Aside from Djokovic, oddsmakers don’t see anyone else having a better chance to break through. At 7/2, Murray is seen as the closest competition to the No.1 ranked player.
We continue down the list of typical favorites in any event. Nadal edges out Federer as a top-three favorite, coming off the win at Roland Garros. Nadal has two Wimbledon championships, the latest of which came in 2010. A wager on him to win Wimbledon in 2013 is set at 4/1 on the payout from Bovada.
Federer is the last of the ‘Big-Four’, despite having more Wimbledon titles himself than all three players in front of him. At 15/2, there could be a nice profit made on him should he defend his championship.
We can round out the top-five favorites for you with the next name, but at 25/1, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga is well back. This is a familiar position for anyone who follows tennis betting lines with LatestBettingOdds.com. It’s the top-four, and then the rest.
Below, we have the full odds to win Wimbledon, all the way down to the longest shots, so be sure to check it out.
2013 Wimbledon Betting Odds – Found at Bovada Sportsbook 6/24/2013