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Wimbledon 2019: Djokovic and Williams Looks Set For Singles Titles
Wimbledon odds suggest four-time winner Novak Djokovic will win yet another title, probably because he has the easier draw in the semi-final, whereas Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer have been drawn against each other.
- Novak Djokovic is the -165 favorite for the Wimbledon Men's Single's tournament
- Amazingly, 14 of the last 16 Wimbledon titles have been won by Djokovic, Nadal or Federer
- Serena Williams is a -120 favorite to win the Wimbledon Women's Singles tournament
- Williams has been crowned Wimbledon champion seven times
- Nadal and Federer have been pitted against each other in one of the semi-finals
Wimbledon Men's Odds
It would take a brave bettor to place any other wager than a Novak Djokovic victory in his semi-final where he takes on Roberto Bautista Agut with Wimbledon betting odds of -1200 with our friends at Bovada.
Djokovic is the number one seed in this tournament and knows how to get the job done at the business end of the Wimbledon festival. Djokovic has lifted the coveted Wimbledon trophy four times and has secured 15 Grand Slams.
Roberto Bautista Agut (+3300 to win Wimbledon) is unlikely to put up much resistance in the semi-final clash. The Spanish world number 22 had not dropped a set on his way to the quarter-finals, but Djokovic is in scintillating form and is averaging less than two hours on the court throughout Wimbledon 2019.
A potentially fantastic clash between Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal makes up the second semi-final and whoever wins that match will almost certainly take on Djokovic in the final.
Nadal (+300 to win Wimbledon) recently defeated Federer (+350 to win Wimbledon) in straight sets at the French Open and that should not be overlooked. However, the French Open is played on Nadal's favorite surface, clay, whereas Wimbledon is played on grass where Federer excels.
Federer is +110 to defeat Nadal who has odds of -140 to progress to the final.
There is little value in betting on Djokovic to progress due to his very short odds, but I fancy Federer to join him in the final.
Pick: Roger Federer to win his semi-final against Rafael Nadal at +110. Novak Djokovic to win the Wimbledon Men's Single tournament at -165.
Women's Wimbledon Odds
There should be no stopping Serena Williams in the Women's Singles tournament (-120 to win overall) and should easily progress to what would be her 11th final appearance; Williams has won seven Wimbledon singles titles.
Williams takes on unseeded Barbora Strycova who is +1200 to go all the way and become a Wimbledon champion. Williams is likely to start her semi-final clash as a -400 favorite with Strycova coming in around the +300 mark. While Williams should be winding down at the end of her career, she is showing no signs of faltering and should win yet another title.
The other women's Wimbledon semi-final pits Ukraine's Elina Svitolina (+600 to win Wimbledon) against Simona Halep (+180 to win Wimbledon) of Romania.
These ladies have only ever met in a Grand Slam once before and Halep ran out a winner in three sets, taking down the final set 6-0 in a what was a tennis lesson for Svitolina.
It should be a relatively straightforward match for Williams, but the other semi-final could go either way. Halep will be around -140 to defeat Svitolina who herself has odds of +175.
Halep is likely to be too strong for her opponent but will then go into the final against Williams knowing she has only beaten the American star once in 10 attempts.
Pick: Halep to progress to the final at -140 Williams to win the Wimbledon Women's Single title at +100
Where Can I Watch the Wimbledon Finals in the USA?
The draw of Wimbledon is so strong that it is shown around the world, including in the United States. Both finals commence on Sunday 14th July and can be viewed on ESPN and ESPN2.
Timings for both finals are yet to be confirmed, but from previous years get ready to watch the action unfold from around 9:00 p.m. ET.
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