In the singles draws, Wimbledon 2018 sees Roger Federer and Garbiñe Muguruza return as defending champions.
The 37-year-old Federer is going for his 9th Wimbledon Men's singles title and 21st career Grand Slam title. His current haul of 8 titles on the London grass and 20 Grand Slam titles are both all-time men's records.
Meanwhile, Muguruza will be back at SW19 to try and win her 3rd career Grand Slam title after adding to her 2017 French Open title with last year's Ladies' singles crown. But she faces several rivals eager to reclaim the top spot in London.
These days a roof means rain doesn't stop play on Wimbledon's Centre Court.
Wimbledon Tennis Betting
Tennis and online betting go together like peas in a pod! As a game of numbers, statistics and margins - tennis is well-suited to modern forms of betting, in particular live betting via mobile devices.
The odds of rain pouring down at some point during the two-weeks of Wimbledon are pretty high. It's unlikely that any of the bookies would give you decent odds on a 100% rain-free Wimbledon.
Not that the weather matters too much. The bookies today offer a plethora of different markets for tennis punters to place their tennis bets on. Some of the more popular bets include:
- Match Betting
- Handicap Betting (Asian Handicap)
- Set & Game Betting
- Tennis Accumulators
Wimbledon 2018 Odds
Wimbledon 2018 Odds: Men's Singles Winner
Can 'The Swiss Meastro' secure an incredible record-breaking 9th Wimbledon crown? The bookies think so.
Wimbledon 2018 Odds: Women's Singles Winner
Will Muguruza retain her title? The bookies think Serena Williams will reclaim the Wimbledon crown.
Wimbledon 2018 Betting Tips
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Naturally, when talking about the Men's singles tournament the name Roger Federer springs to mind. Not only has the Swiss Maestro won three recent Slams, but his rivals in the Big Four have been unable to compete due to different injuries. Novak Djokovic and home favourite Andy Murray are currently struggling. Rafael Nadal won two Slams in 2017 but hasn't been to the latter stages of a Wimbledon tournament since 2011.
Outsiders like Marin Cilic look set to be Fed's biggest threat, yet the bookies are still offering good value on outsiders including Cilic, Stan Wawrinka and Juan Martin del Potro. The young German Alexander Zverev is currently ranked 3rd in the world and is the most likely of the new breed to break the old guards' monopoly on the silverware. That said, no man from outside the Big Four has won Wimbledon since 2002 - so the bookies may be right!
|2017||Roger Federer||Garbine Muguruza|
|2016||Andy Murray ||Serena Williams|
|2015||Novak Djokovic||Serena Williams|
|2014||Novak Djokovic||Petra Kvitova|
|2013||Andy Murray||Marion Bartoli|
|2012||Roger Federer||Serena Williams|
|2011||Novak Djokovic||Petra Kvitova|
|2010||Rafael Nadal||Serena Williams|
|2009||Roger Federer||Serena Williams|
|2008||Rafael Nadal||Venus Williams|
|2007||Roger Federer||Venus Williams|
|2006||Roger Federer||Amélie Mauresmo|
|2005||Roger Federer||Venus Williams|
|2004||Roger Federer||Maria Sharapova|
|2003||Roger Federer||Serena Williams|
|2002||Lleyton Hewitt||Serena Williams|
|2001||Goran Ivanisevic||Venus Williams|
|2000||Pete Sampras||Venus Williams|
In the Ladies' singles, Serena Williams is scheduled to make her comeback after giving birth to a daughter named Alexis in Sep 2017. She's missed the last four Grand Slams due to her pregnancy, but its no surprise to see her name sitting atop the bookies favourites for the Ladies' singles despite her extended break from the game. Can she hit top form at the right time to reclaim her Wimbledon title? The defending champion, Garbiñe Muguruza, missed the 2018 Australian Open due to injury and doubt remain about her fitness. Two-time (2011, 2014) Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitová ought to be able to put together a strong challenge and give Williams and Muguruza a run for their money.
New to tennis betting? Then it's worth keeping hold of some betting money for when the action starts. If you hold an account with a bookmaker that offers live in-play betting there's a huge range of options when it comes to betting during tennis matches.
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When is Wimbledon 2018?
Wimbledon 2018 will be held at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club in London, and as usual The Championships run for two weeks with a rest day on the middle Sunday. The 2018 championships are the 132nd edition of Wimbledon.
In 2018 the first-round matches begin on Monday 2nd July and the last singles game, the men's final, will be held on Sunday 15th July.
Either side of the main two-weeks of Wimbledon 2018 the junior and wheelchair tennis tournaments are held.
|Women's Final||Saturday 14th July, 2.00pm||Centre Court|
|Men's Final||Sunday 15th July, 2.00pm||Centre Court|
The Championships, Wimbledon
Hosted by the All England Club in South West London, The Championships, Wimbledon - commonly known as just Wimbledon - is the oldest tennis tournament in the world. Because of its history and traditions, Wimbledon is widely regarded as the most prestigious tennis tournament in the world.
Played on outdoor grass courts the annual showpiece at postcode SW19 is synonymous with the summer tennis season. It's well known traditions include: a dress code with players kitted out in 100% white attire, Centre Court cries of "Come on Andy/Tim" by the British fans, the Royal Box, Middle Sunday, and fans eating their way through heaps of strawberries & cream.
Tennis lovers and tennis punters alike are certain to enjoy two-weeks packed full of tennis in early July each summer.
FAQ: Wimbledon 2018 Betting
Between which dates does Wimbledon 2018 take place?
Monday 2nd July – Sunday 15th July
Who are the bookies favourites for Wimbledon 2018?
Unsurprisingly, Roger Federer and Serena Williams are the current bookies favourites for Wimbledon 2018.