2015 Wimbledon Odds Are Out and Who’s On Top?

The 2015 edition of the Wimbledon tennis tournament will take place from June 29 to July 12. Wimbledon is expected to be an exciting event with a number of big performers.

The Men’s Side

Novak Djokovic is still the top-ranked tennis player in the world in spite of his loss to Stan Wawrinka in the French Open. Djokovic has 6-5 odds to win Wimbledon for the third time. He has particularly done well on grass courts like what Wimbledon has to offer. Meanwhile, Wawrinka has 14-1 betting odds to win the tournament.

Andy Murray is hoping to return to the top spot at Wimbledon this year. He has 3-1 sports gambling odds to win and has shown plenty of momentum in majors this year.

Roger Federer has 6-1 betting odds to win while Grigor Dimitrov is hoping to carry his semifinal performance in last year’s Wimbledon even further; he has 20-1 odds to win this year. Rafael Nadal is also high up on the board at 10-1. Milos Raonic is at 25-1 while Jo-Wilfried Tsonga has 33-1 odds.

The Women’s Side

Serena Williams is looking to win her sixth Wimbledon title. Coming off of her French Open momentum, Williams is the 7-4 favorite to win the women’s title.

Petra Kvitova had a big run last year to win Wimbledon. She is listed at 7-2 to repeat as the ladies champion.

Maria Sharapova won in 2004 and wants to get back on top; she is at 7-1 odds to win from various online sportsbooks. Other notables include Victoria Azarenka at 9-1, Simona Halep at 12-1 and both Eugenie Bouchard and Venus Williams at 33-1 each.

What About Outright Specials?

Some sports gambling websites have outright specials where people can pick the men’s and women’s champions together. Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams have the top ranking at 5-1. Djokovic and Petra Kvitova are listed next at 13-2.

The 2015 Wimbledon tournament is expected to be tight on both the men’s and women’s side of things. The event should be very popular and interesting based on the talents of these competitors.