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Ladies Wimbledon Singles - Tournament Winner Odds: Williams Sisters Out

Written by:
Alistair Prescott
Published on:
Jun/27/2011
Ladies Wimbledon Singles - Tournament Winner Odds

Ladies Wimbledon singles tournament winner odds have been updated now that both Williams sisters – Serena and Venus – were eliminated on Monday. 

williamhill.com

The defending champion, Serena Williams, was knocked out of the tournament by France’s Marion Bartoli.  The underdog Baroli still had odds of winning the Ladies Wimbledon Singles at 16/1 at William Hill.

"Beating Serena is a dream come true, she is one of the greatest champions of the open era," Bartoli said in a televised interview.

"It was not easy mentally but I did it and I am very happy. She is very imposing. If you look at her it is difficult to handle the pressure so I was just trying to focus on my own game."

Five-times champion Venus Williams also found herself eliminated and competely outplayed by Bulgaria's Tsvetana Pironkova for the second year in a row.

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The American, seeded only 23rd after spending most of the year out injured, failed to fire in the fourth-round clash and was hammered 6-2 6-3 on Center Court.

Pironkova, the 32nd seed, will now face Petra Kvitova with both players bidding for semi-final places again after their surprise runs last year.

Here are all your Ladies Wimbledon Singles - Tournament Winner Odds courtesy of William Hill.

 

Maria Sharapova

9/4

 

Petra Kvitova

   

5/1

 

Victoria Azarenka

7/1

 

Sabine Lisicki

   

9/1

 

Marion Bartoli

16/1

 

Tsvetana Pironkova

   

25/1

 

Dominika Cibulkova

100/1

 

Tamira Paszek

- Alistair Prescott, Gambling911.com

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