Wimbledon Betting Odds

Wimbledon

With Wimbledon into its second week it isn’t so much ‘who’ as ‘who’s left’ to bet on when it comes to betting on Wimbledon 2013 using bookies free bets.

You expect the odd shock in the first week of Wimbledon, but losing Nadal, along with Federer, Tsonga, Sharapova, Azarenka and now Serena Williams has changed how punters should use the free bets that bookies offer on Wimbledon betting markets for this years event.

Wimbledon Betting Odds Update

Of the 32 men and women who set out to play in Wimbledon’s fourth round, 10 were trying to reach a Grand Slam quarter final for the first time. Therefore the remaining matches are bound to provide plenty of opportunities to use free bets on decent Wimbledon betting odds.

So who’s worth using those bookies Wimbledon betting promotions on in the final week of play? One betting offer that's certainly worth a look is the fact that Ladbrokes offers punters moneyback on losing match bets if any Men’s or Lady’s singles match features a 6-0 set.

Wimbledon: Mens

In the Mens Wimbledon singles it looks like Andy Murray could at long last do it and walk away as Champion as his Wimbledon betting odds have shortened dramatically since he beat Russia’s Mikhail Youzhny in three straight sets.

Mind you, number one seed Novak Djokovic is still in there as well, after beating Tommy Haas, so who knows? Either way you should be thinking of using free bets on these in form players.

Coral, who match £5 to £50 bets with a free bet of equal amount, offer best odds of 5/4 on Murray. SkyBet offers best odds on Djokovic at 10/11 and also offer a £10 absolutely free bet.

Spain’s David Ferrer beat Ivan Dodig in four sets to go through. Boylesports offer odds of 33/1 on Ferrer becoming Wimbledon Champion in 2013. Boylesports also offer the best Wimbledon betting odds on Czech Tomáš Berdych becoming Champion at 25/1 who beat Australian Bernard Tomic in four sets.

Jerzy Janowicz of Poland beat Austria’s Jürgen Melzer with bookies like Bwin offering odds of 20/1 on Janowicz. Another Pole, Łukasz Kubot beat Frenchman Adrian Mannarino in five sets.

If you fancy an outsider, and perhaps turning a £10 bet into £1,000, PaddyPower offers punters the best odds on Kubot winning Wimbledon 2013 at odds of 100/1.

Seeded number eight, Argentinean Juan Martín del Potro beat Andreas Seppi in three straight sets, as did Fernando Verdasco who took out France’s Kenny de Schepper. Bet365 offer odds of 25/1 on Juan Martín del Potro and PaddyPower a very tempting 66/1 on Verdasco.

Wimbledon: Womens

In the Ladies Wimbledon singles, German Sabine Lisicki surprised the world by beating number one seed and favourite Serena Williams, dashing the hopes of many punters using free bet offers in the process.

Number eight seed Petra Kvitova beat Carla Suárez Navarro to go through to the quarter finals. Estonia’s Kaia Kanepi also ended a few dreams when she put out Britain’s Laura Robson in two straight sets. Coral offer odds of 5/2 on Lisicki winning Wimbledon and 7/2 on Kvitova.

Betfred offers odds of 25/1 on Kanepi winning, and if you join Betfred today and bet £25 to £50 on her, you'll earn yourself a free bet of equal value!

Asia’s only Grand Slam singles winner, Li Na is also still in the running, with SkyBet offering Wimbledon betting odds of 9/2 on her walking away with the crown. SkyBet also offer best odds of 10/1 on America’s last female hope, Sloane Stephens.

French number one, and winner of seven Women's tennis singles titles, Marion Bartoli is 8/1 at the best online bookies. And if you fancy using a free bet offer on a real long-shot for potentially huge winnings, PaddyPower currently offer odds of 35/1 on Belgian Kirsten Flipkens.

The last quarterfinalist through was Poland’s Agnieszka Radwanaska who beat Bulgarian Tsvetana Pironkova in three sets. Most bookies offer odds of 6/1 on Radwanaska.

So with less than a week to go, it’s almost game, set and match. But however you decide to use the Wimbledon betting offers that bookies are giving away, there’s still plenty to play for.