2009 Wimbledon Tennis

2009 Wimbledon Tennis

Roger Federer Wins: So Do Gamblers

(Associated Press) - Roger Federer made history yesterday when he defeated brave Andy Roddick 5-7, 7-6 (8/6), 7-6 (7/5), 3-6, 16-14 to win a sixth Wimbledon title and claim a record 15th Grand Slam

Submitted by Guest on, Jul/06/2009

Saturday
Wimbledon
Women’s Final Free Pick

Saturday July 4 Wimbledon Women's Final goes off at 9 am ET on NBC and Gambling911.com has your free pick.

Submitted by Guest on, Jul/03/2009

Sports Betting: Wimbledon Odds Still Available

BetUS.com is one of many online sports betting firms offering odds on the 2009 Wimbledon tournament.  And while 2009 Wimbledon futures

Submitted by Dan Shapiro on, Jun/26/2009

Roger Federer, Serena Williams Wimbledon Odds Still Have Value

Roger Federer and Serena Williams have advanced into the next round of the 2009 Wimbledon tournament.  Their odds, however, remain relatively the same as where they originally opened at the start

Submitted by Guest on, Jun/26/2009

Outgoing Liverpool Football Coach to Chair Betting Integrity Panel

A new panel is being put together to ensure current rules are sufficient when it comes to sporting event and they will be put in charge of identifying suspicious betting patterns.

Submitted by Alistair Prescott on, Jun/24/2009

Wimbledon Betting Odds Have Venus, Serena Williams favorites

Gambling911.com is monitoring 2009 Wimbledon betting odds.  Both Venus and Serena Williams are favorites to win among the ladies.  Both promise Submitted by Alistair Prescott on, Jun/22/2009

Breaking News

5Dimes Owner Kidnapped

A source close to Gambling911.com advised that the family paid a $750K ransom via Bitcoin and have yet to hear back.

Sports Betting Officially Begins in New Mexico

Sports Betting Officially Begins in New Mexico

Sports betting in New Mexico officially kicked off Tuesday October 16 at the Santa Ana Star Casino outside of Albuquerque and business was brisk.

Borgata Seeks Permission to Go After Phil Ivey for More Than $10 Million

Borgata Seeks Permission to Go After Phil Ivey for More Than $10 Million: Bank Account Emptied

The Borgata Casino in Atlantic City has sought approval to go after poker pro Phil Ivey for the $10.1 million the property was awarded in an infamous edge-sorting case.