Men's Wimbledon Odds

The most famous tennis tournament makes its annual return this week as the 2010 edition of Wimbledon takes place from London, England starting on Monday.

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The Favorite

Oddsmakers from online sports book has made Roger Federer a 7/5 favorite to win this year’s tournament. Other short odds are Rafael Nadal (9/4), Andy Murray (6/1), and Andy Roddick (10/1). Federer is a six-time winner of this event, having won all six in the last seven years. He finished second to Nadal in 2008.

Previous Winners

Nadal won the event in 2008 and has the second shortest odds to win the tournament. Lleyton Hewitt was the last player aside from Nadal or Federer to win, as he took the 2002 crown. His odds to win this year are at 30/1. Hewitt has not won a grand slam event since his 2002 Wimbledon title.

Recent Success

Nadal is coming off a win in the 2010 French Open where he cruised to the title where Federer failed to reach the semifinals for the first time in a grand slam event since 2004. Nadal’s French Open title was his fifth in six years and second grand slam in the last two years.

The Wimbledon tennis tournament will start on Monday, June 21 and end on Sunday, July 4. The tournament takes place in London, England and will be played on grass courts. For complete odds on the men’s tournament, see below.

Men's 2010 Wimbledon Odds to Win – June 21-July 4 – London, England

Roger Federer 7/5

Rafael Nadal 9/4

Andy Murray 6/1

Andy Roddick 10/1

Robin Soderling 15/1

Novak Djokovic 15/1

Marin Cilic 25/1

Lleyton Hewitt 30/1

Tomas Berdych 40/1

Richard Gasquet 50/1

Ernests Gulbis 50/1

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 50/1

Fernando Verdasco 60/1

Sam Querrey 60/1

John Isner 60/1

David Nalbandian 80/1

Nikolay Davydenko 80/1

Ivo Karlovic 100/1

Gael Monfils 100/1

Field (Any Other Player) 10/1

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Posted: 6/19/10 2:26PM ET


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