2013 Wimbledon Men’s Singles Odds To Win: Novak Djokovic Favored

2013 Wimbledon Men’s Singles Odds To Win: Novak Djokovic Favored

2013 Wimbledon Men’s Singles Odds To Win: Novak Djokovic Favored
By Drew Sharper 

LONDON, England (TheSpread) – The 2013 Wimbledon tennis tournament is set to begin next week. Here is a look at the odds to claim the men’s singles title.

According to oddsmakers at Bovada.lv, Novak Djokovic is the favorite to win this tournament, as he has 7/4 odds. Other short odds to win are Rafael Nadal (7/2), Andy Murray (7/2) and Roger Federer (5/1).

Djokovic is a one-time winner of Wimbledon, claiming the title in 2011. He has seven grand slam titles to his credit, including the 2013 Australian Open. He has reached at least the semifinals in his last 12 grand slam events.

Murray has never won Wimbledon, but he does own one grand slam title and he has reached the finals in his last three grand slam events.

Nadal is a two-time winner of Wimbledon and he owns 12 grand slam titles in his career. He is coming off a win in the French Open and he has reached the finals in five of his last six Wimbledon appearances.

Federer is a 7-time Wimbledon champion and he owns an impressive 17 grand slam championships. However, Federer has won just one of his last 13 grand slam tournaments, which was last year’s Wimbledon.

Bet on Wimbledon Odds

The Wimbledon will take place from June 24-July 7 from All England Lawn Tennis Club in London, England. For complete odds to win the Men’s Wimbledon Title, see below

Odds to win the Men’s 2013 Wimbledon


Novak Djokovic 7/4
Andy Murray 7/2
Rafael Nadal 7/2
Roger Federer 5/1
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 16/1
Juan Martin Del Potro 40/1
Tomas Berdych 50/1
David Ferrer 66/1
Marin Cilic 100/1
Grigor Dimitrov 125/1
John Isner 125/1
Milos Raonic 125/1
Tommy Haas 125/1
Mikhail Youzhny 200/1
Richard Gasquet 200/1
Stanislas Wawrinka 200/1
Bernard Tomic 250/1
Janko Tipsarevic 250/1
Andreas Seppi 300/1
David Nalbandian 300/1
Feliciano Lopez 300/1
Gael Monfils 300/1
Gilles Simon 300/1
Philipp Kohlschreiber 300/1
Sam Querrey 300/1
Alexandr Dolgopolov 350/1
Fernando Verdasco 400/1
Kei Nishikori 400/1
Mardy Fish 400/1
Nicolas Almagro 400/1

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Re: 2013 Wimbledon Men’s Singles Odds To Win: Novak Djokovic Favored

Wimbledon 2013: Men's Betting Preview
By Covers.com

It's time to break out the white duds and save some room for some strawberries and cream as Wimbledon is finally upon us.

World No. 1 Novak Djokovic is the favorite to win the event at +110 and owns the 2011 Wimbledon championship title.

Roger Federer is the defending champion having defeated Andy Murray in four sets in 2012.

Here's a quick preview for Wimbledon which gets underway Monday, June 24.

The favorites:

Novak Djokovic (+110):
The top-seeded player in men's tennis is the fave and will look to rebound after a loss in the final in the French Open. Much like last year, however, Djoker is foregoing the opportunity to play in a grass-court warm-up tournament ahead of Wimbledon. He was ousted in the semifinal last year by Federer. The Serb is 33-5 on the year with three of those losses coming in clay-court tournaments.

Andy Murray (+333): Murray made a deep run to the final in 2012 before being defeated by Federer. The Scot has had a tough time during the clay-court season, going just 3-3 in three events. He had to skip the French Open due to a back injury, but will look to capture his second grand-slam event at the All England Club. Murray has been busy fine-tuning his grass game after posting a title victory in the Aegon Championship.

Rafael Nadal (+400): It isn't clay season any longer so Rafa is no sure thing, but he's still just about as good as it gets. The Spaniard was so dominant on clay that it's difficult to envision him losing another match. Rafa finished the clay season 38-2 and the winner of six titles. But he does not own such a sparkling resume on grass. He was upset in the second round last year by Lukáš Rosol. He does own two Wimbledon crowns (2008 and 2010) and has made the final three other times.

Roger Federer (+750): It is Wimbledon after all, so if Federer is playing, he's in the mix. The defending champion is going into the event having played some grass-court matches this season. Federer is coming off a title at the Gerry Weber Open in Halle, Germany and will give his all to please an adoring crowd in London.

The dark horse:

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga (+2500):
To be successful at the All England Club, you must possess a booming first serve. Tsonga has that and then some. Not only can his first reach speeds up to 140 mph, but he ranks 10th in first serve points won (76 percent) and second in service games won (88 percent). He has reached the semifinal in 2012 and 2011 and reached the quarterfinal in 2010. Perhaps this is the year where he gets his Grand Slam title.

Next:

Grigor Dimitrov (+12500):
Dubbed "Baby Federer", Dimitrov is a name on the tongues of many tennis experts. He was a junior champion at Wimbledon in 2008 and has reached the second round in back-to-back Wimbledon's on the senior circuit. The Bulgarian has yet to win a title on the men's tour but with plenty of fairy tales written on the grass courts of the All England Club, perhaps Dimitrov's time is now.

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