Wimbledon: Odds, Free Bets & Offers
The 129th Wimbledon Tennis Championship takes place from June 29th to July 12th, and bookies are already offering some great free bets and betting odds on the tournament.
Men's Wimbledon Betting
Novak Djokovic, the defending Wimbledon men's singles champion and World Number 1 player, has returned to defend the title he won in last years tournament.
While he’s in top form, Andy Murray will be a tough competitor for Djokovic. Murray beat Djokovic in 2013, but since then the Serb has won all of their meetings.
Both are strong contenders to win, and solid options to use bookies free bets on.
Novak Djokovic - 3/1
Novak Djokovic is, without a shadow of a doubt, most online bookies favourite to win the 2015 Men’s Wimbledon Singles title. Although he lost to Stan Wawrinka at the French Open earlier this year, the two-time champion is in good form and seems determined to win.
If you’re betting on Djokovic, SportingBet offer the best odds currently at 7/5 - plus new signups are also able to take advantage of the latest SportingBet free bet offer for new customers.
Andy Murray - 3/1
Andy Murray is looking strong in the lead up to Wimbledon, and has a good track record here. Based on the odds that bookies offer, it looks as if he may be the strongest competitor and the one to dethrone Djokovic and take the 2015 Men's Wimbledon title.
Bwin offer the best odds on Murray lifting the Men's Wimbledon trophy at 3/1, but his odds will certainly drop after round 1 so make sure that you get in early to bet at the best odds.
Roger Federer - 13/2
It's been tough a year for World Number 2 Roger Federer, but his chances of coming away as the victor of the 2015 Men's Wimbledon title actually look quite good.
Federer has been one of the most consistent players this year, and as he is more suited to playing shorter points, this could easily give him an advantage over other players.
Prior to the 2015 Wimbledon Tournament starting it's Coral that offer the best odds at 13/2, as well as Coral's free bet offer for anyone opening a new account.
Stan Wawrinka - 17/1
Having beaten just about everyone in the top 10 this year and coming off the back of winning the 2015 French Open, Stan Wawrinka is clearly in excellent form.
The main concern for the World Number 4 ranked player, is the fact that he performs better on slower surfaces. This could make it more difficult for Wawrinka to win Wimbledon, but you never know how each game will play out and so he could be worth a punt.
It's 888sport that offer the best odds on Wawrinka prior to the opening rounds at 17/1.
Rafael Nadal - 17/1
Nadal lost the French Open Quarterfinal to Novak Djokovic earlier this year and he hasn’t had a great time in tournaments by his high standards so far in 2015.
Nadal has only made it to the Quarterfinals in both the French Open and Australian Open and is currently most UK online bookies 5th favourite to win Wimbledon.
He's experienced little success at Wimbledon over the past couple years and so the odds of a Nadal win are actually quite high with Unibet offering best odds at 17/1.
Wimbledon Free Bets & Betting Offers
As always, bookies will be offering plenty of free bets and betting offers in the lead up to and during the 2015 Men's Wimbledon Tennis Championships.
If you want a different type of bet, William Hill offer a great betting market where you can bet that ‘a player will be asked to change their clothing as it doesn’t comply with the rules’.
You’ll also get odds of 10/1 on ‘No rain to fall at Wimbledon 2015 during play’ but that's virtually an impossible bet to win given the track record of the weather in Wimbledon!