A Wimbledon 2018 Betting Preview

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As the oldest tennis tournament in the world, Wimbledon is the one grand slam tournament that every single professional tennis player wants to win.

Surrounded by all the usual British pomp and circumstance is also seen as one of the most prestigious events of the sporting calendar. With huge viewing figures from all around the world and a prize pot of over £34 million (just under $45m) the stakes are high!

Tennis is one of the favourite sports for gamblers and the grand slam tournaments offer lots of ways that you can profit from the tournament when you are a bookmaker. Our guide to getting ready for Wimbledon 2018 will show you everything as a bookie you should be considering.

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We will take a look now at the forerunners for both the men’s and women’s singles.

Forerunners For The Men’s Title

Last year Roger Federer won his record eighth Wimbledon title and cemented himself as the world’s most accomplished grass court player. To make his competitors even more worried last year he completed the entire tournament without dropping a single set.

While he is not currently the world number one as that on is currently bestowed upon Rafael Nadal, he is undoubtedly going to be a force to be reckoned with at this year’s tournament. After a long battle with injury Nadal has come back better than ever and showed his prowess on court at the French Open where he dominated play throughout the majority of the tournament.

Novak Djokovic after many years of dominating the game had a recent bout of injuries which forced him to take an extended period of absence way from the game. Although he seems to be coming back to form he is far from back to his best as he lost the Queen’s club final to Marin Cilic last week.

However, Djokovic is another player that thrives at Wimbledon and should never be underestimated.

Of course there is also Andy Murray who is a two-time and champion, former world number one and British favourite. However again is another player who has been besieged by injury and although currently he will be playing at Wimbledon the general consensus is that he is not going to be at a contender for the title this year.

The world number three Alexander Zverev will be another one to watch although his form at Wimbledon previously has been nothing to write home about with the last 16 being his best shout so far. However, he does have an enormous serve which does tend to fare well for players on grass.

Forerunners For The Womens Title

Last year Garbine Muguruza won her first Wimbledon title. You should of course never rule out either of the Williams sisters with venous reaching the 2017 women’s final and although Serena has been out having her first child she is now returning to the court. As she holds a record 23 major trophies only a fool would write her off.

Current world number one Simona Halep is of course going to be a contender as she searching to cement her number one ranking as well as take her first Wimbledon title.

In 2017 the world number one was Karolina Pliskova and while she is currently down at world number seven she is undoubtedly going to be one of the top seeds at the tournament.

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