2010 Grand Slam Odds

How many Grand Slam events will Roger Federer will in 2010? Let’s take a look at his odds, as well as a couple other tennis players.

Bet 2010 Grand Slam Odds

The four Slam tournaments, also referred to as Majors, are the most important events in a tennis year in terms of world ranking, points, tradition, prize-money awarded and public attention. The four tournaments are the US Open, Wimbledon, the French Open and the Australian Open.

Oddsmakers from online sports book BroburySports.com have listed Federer’s odds to win exactly one Grand Slam this year at 23/10. He has 6/5 odds to win exactly two, 7/2 to win exactly three and 7/1 to win all four.

Federer totaled 10 consecutive Slam victories from the 2005 Wimbledon to the 2007 US Open. He also has a current streak of eight, which started at the 2008 French Open.

Andy Murray has 2/5 odds to win zero Grand Slam events in 2010 and 2/1 odds to win exactly one event. He has 20/1 odds tow in exactly two Grand Slam tournaments and 100/1 odds to win exactly three. Murray has never won a tournament, but he was the runner-up in the 2008 US Open and in the 2010 Australian Open. He made it to the quarterfinals of the 2009 French Open and the semifinals at Wimbledon in 2009.

For a complete list of odds for Grand Slams - including those for Novak Djokovic and Juan Martin Del Porto - see below.

How many Grand Slam events will Roger Federer win in 2010?

Exactly One 23/10

Exactly Two 6/5

Exactly Three 7/2

All Four 7/1

How many Grand Slam events will Andy Murray win in 2010?

None 2/5

Exactly One 2/1

Exactly Two 20/1

Exactly Three 100/1

How many Grand Slam events will Novak Djokovic win in 2010?

None 10/33

Exactly One 23/10

Exactly Two 20/1

Exactly Three 100/1

How many Grand Slam events will Juan Martin Del Potro win in 2010?

None 2/7

Exactly One 5/2

Exactly Two 33/1

Exactly Three 100/1

Bet 2010 Grand Slam Odds

Posted: 4/7/10 2:22PM ET

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