Odds & Picks To Win Wimbledon

Odds & Picks To Win Wimbledon

Summer is here. That means its Wimbledon time. The oldest tennis tournament starts on Monday, July 2nd at the All England Club in South West London. The Men’s champion will be decided on Sunday, July 15th with the Women’s final a day earlier.

What Are The Men’s Odds & Picks To Win Wimbledon?

For the men, the top three betting favorites are defending champion Roger Federer +190, Rafael Nadal +750, and Novak Djokovic +575. On the women’s side, it is Petra Kvitova +500, Serena Williams +600, and defending champion Garbine Muguruza +700 who lead the way. Click here for more tennis betting odds.

2018 Wimbledon Betting Favorite

Roger Federer +190

Last year Federer won his unprecedented eighth Wimbledon title. He is the clear-cut favorite to win his ninth. He is coming off a loss at the Gerry Weber Open which would have been his 99th win making a win at Wimbledon #100.

He is the top Wimbledon seed.

Rafael Nadal +750

Nadal won his 11th French Open title by beating Austrian Dominic Thiem in straight sets in early June. He has notched 17 Grand Slam wins, three short of Roger Federer’s all-time men’s record.

Nadal is the No. 2 Wimbledon seed.

Novak Djokovic +575

‘I wouldn’t say I’m a contender, you know, for a trophy or anything like that,’ 12th-seeded Djokovic said about his odds at winning Wimbledon. The low expectations came after losing at the Fever-Tree Championships.

Is Djokovic joking around or have recent struggles on the court taken their toll?

2018 Wimbledon Contenders

Alexander Zverev +2000

The world no. 3 injured his left hamstring at the French Open during his loss to Dominic Thiem in the quarter-finals.

"Normally it takes about four weeks for this kind of injury to heal, but it took nine days. At first, I feared not being able to play Halle and Wimbledon at all," said Zverev on Sunday. "Today, I trained properly for the first time and it was ok."

Andy Murray +2500

Things are looking up for Murray. The two-time Wimbledon champion had hip surgery in January. He beat Stan Wawrinka for his first win since LAST year’s Wimbledon. The win came in the first round of the Nature Valley International at Eastbourne.

Not everyone is as hopeful. John McEnroe warned the Brit he is risking “semi-humiliation” for returning so quickly for the buzz of a major event.

2018 Wimbledon Betting Long Shot

Milos Raonic +3300

32nd-ranked Raonic has won eight career ATP titles and reached a career-high No. 3 in the world rankings in November 2016.

What makes the Canadian a long shot? First, he missed the French Open last month with an undisclosed injury. Most recently he withdrew from the Queen’s Club grass-court tennis tournament with a right pectoral strain.

The Wimbledon draw is on June 29th and the play schedule will be announced on July 1st.

2018 Wimbledon Odds

Roger Federer  +190
Novak Djokovic  +575
Marin Cilic  +750
Rafael Nadal  +750
Nick Kyrgios  +1800
Alexander Zverev  +2000
Juan Martin Del Potro  +2200
Andy Murray  +2500
Milos Raonic  +3300
Dominic Thiem  +5000
Grigor Dimitrov  +5000
Kevin Anderson  +5000
Borna Coric  +5000
Denis Shapovalov  +8000
David Goffin  +10000
Sam Querrey  +10000
Kyle Edmund  +10000
John Isner  +10000
Kei Nishikori  +10000
Karen Khachanov  +10000
Stanislas Wawrinka  +12500
Gilles Muller  +15000
Gael Monfils  +15000
Feliciano Lopez  +15000
Daniil Medvedev  +20000
Dusan Lajovic  +20000
Jeremy Chardy  +20000
Joao Sousa  +20000
Mischa Zverev  +20000
Lucas Pouille  +20000
Richard Gasquet  +20000
Jack Sock  +20000
Stefanos Tsitsipas  +20000
Steve Johnson  +20000
Ryan Harrison  +25000
Frances Tiafoe  +25000
Benoit Paire  +30000
Diego Schwartzman +30000
Adrian Mannarino  +30000
Fernando Verdasco  +30000
Mikhail Kukushkin  +30000
Jan-Lennard Struff  +30000
Leonardo Mayer  +30000
Marton Fucsovics  +30000
Pablo Carreno Busta  +30000
Bernard Tomic  +30000
Gilles Simon  +30000
Philipp Kohlschreiber  +30000
Ivo Karlovic  +30000
Alex De Minaur  +40000
Jiri Vesely  +40000
Matthew Ebden  +40000
Denis Kudla  +40000
Sergiy Stakhovsky  +40000
Andreas Seppi  +40000
Damir Dzumhur +40000
Ernests Gulbis  +40000
Taylor Fritz  +40000
Tennys Sandgren  +50000
Vasek Pospisil  +50000
Stefano Travaglia  +50000
Taro Daniel  +50000
Yuichi Sugita  +50000
Julien Benneteau  +50000
Evgeny Donskoy  +50000
Federico Delbonis  +50000
Guillermo Garcia-Lopez  +50000
Denis Istomin  +50000
Dennis Novak  +50000
Filip Krajinovic  +50000
Marco Cecchinato +50000
Fabio Fognini  +50000
James Duckworth  +50000
Maximilian Marterer  +50000
Mikhail Youzhny  +50000
Nicolas Jarry  +50000
Nikoloz Basilashvili  +50000
Pierre-Hugues Herbert  +50000
Paolo Lorenzi  +50000
Peter Gojowczyk  +50000
Robin Haase  +50000
Ruben Bemelmans  +50000
Jared Donaldson  +50000
John Millman  +50000
Aljaz Bedene  +50000
Matteo Berrettini  +50000
Marcos Baghdatis  +50000
Lukas Lacko  +50000
David Ferrer  +50000
Albert Ramos-Vinolas  +50000
Cameron Norrie  +50000
Pablo Cuevas  +50000
Alex Bolt  +67000
Dudi Sela  +70000
Bradley Klahn  +70000
Michael Mmoh  +70000
Mirza Basic  +75000
Radu Albot  +75000
Ricardas Berankis  +75000
Roberto Carballes Baena  +75000
Mackenzie McDonald  +75000
Malek Jaziri  +75000
Marius Copil  +75000
Jordan Thompson  +75000
Florian Mayer  +75000
Yoshihito Nishioka  +75000
Liam Broady  +75000
Jay Clarke  +75000
Laslo Djere  +75000
Yuki Bhambri  +75000
Thomas Fabbiano  +75000
Peter Polansky  +80000
John-Patrick Smith  +84000
Jason Kubler  +100000
Lorenzo Sonego  +100000
Norbert Gombos  +100000
Benjamin Bonzi  +100000
Horacio Zeballos  +100000
Gregoire Barrere  +100000
Guido Andreozzi  +100000
Christian Garin  +100000
Christian Harrison  +100000
Yannick Maden  +100000
Hubert Hurkacz  +150000
World Cup R16 Expert Picks

World Cup R16 Expert Picks

Sixteen teams remain in the hunt for the World Cup title. Let’s take a closer look at a few expert picks you can cash in on by betting on the knockout round of 2018 World Cup.

World Cup Round of 16 Expert Picks

Brazil -189 vs Mexico +693
Draw +318
Total 2 ½ Over -+104/Under -119

After a 1-1 draw with Switzerland, Brazil got it together big time in the Group Stage. They dominated Costa Rica 2 to 0 before beating a solid Serbian squad 2 to 0. Brazil has now outscored their last couple of opponents 4 to nothing.

That’s a bad sign for Mexico heading into this battle. The real reason? Mexico imploded versus Sweden when giving up 3 goals. Brazil rocks El Tri.

Pick: Brazil

Belgium -243 vs Japan +906
Draw +371
Total 2 ½  Over -105/Under -110

How surprising is Japan? The Japanese secured a spot in the knockout stage by upsetting both Colombia and Poland. The Japanese are well-suited to give Belgium a battle…for about 20 minutes.

Belgium is the most impressive squad in this year’s World Cup. They’ve dominated in every match available. They weren’t keyed up against England in their final Group Stage game. They still managed to beat the English 1 to 0.

Japan’s dream gets squashed on July 2.

Pick:  Belgium

Sweden +218 vs Switzerland +172
Draw +198
Total 2. Over Even/Under -115

Sweden had a draw with Germany in group play if not for a late goal. If Sweden had drawn with Germany, they might have gone 2-0-1 in group play. The Swedes are ultra-talented. It’s surprising they’re not the favorites.

Switzerland is a decent soccer team. They did draw with Brazil in their first World Cup match. But, they also drew with Costa Rica. Heck, they allowed Costa Rica to score a couple of goals.

I think the dog has it in this matchup.

Pick: Sweden

Colombia +317 vs England +113
Draw +223
Total 2 Over Even/Under -115

England rested their Top 10 in the 0 to 1 loss to Belgium. It should pay huge dividends on July 3, right? After all, rest is a key factor when trying to win a soccer tournament.

However, although rest is a key factor, so is momentum. England won’t have it on July 3. Colombia will. The Colombians beat Poland 3 to 0 in their second group stage game. They beat Senegal 1 to 0 in their third group stage game.

Colombia is on fire. They’ve got a big shot to upset England.  

Pick: Columbia

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World Cup KO Stage Expert Picks

World Cup KO Stage Expert Picks

The World Cup is about to kick it into high gear with the knock-out stage. The first four matchups are set and play over two days: Sunday, June 30th and Monday, July 1st.

World Cup KO Stage Expert Picks

France +164 vs Argentina +265
Draw +208
Total 2 Over -105, Under -110
Saturday, June 30

France looked awesomely workmanlike in their Group Stage battles. The French are definitely a decent enough team to beat Argentina. But, France’s lack of real enthusiasm is troublesome.

Argentina was flat out excited after landing the goal in the 86 minute versus Nigeria. Without that goal, Argentina might not have even made the Round of 16. The Argentinians could keep the good times rolling.

Now that Messi and Co. have a taste of victory, I believe they pull off the upset.

Pick:  Argentina

Uruguay +189 vs Portugal +196
Draw +200
Total 2 Over +110, Under -125
Saturday, June 30

Portugal played well in their group. The great Ronaldo had an unreal game versus Spain. That’s how Portugal managed to stamp their ticket to the KO stage.

Ronaldo has nothing on Uruguay superstars Edinson Cavani and Luis Suarez. Both showed up against Russia in a dominating 3 to 0 performance. Suarez has 2 goals at this year’s World Cup while Cavani has 1 goal.

Uruguay could dominate the Portuguese. I believe they beat Portugal by at least 2 goals. The Uruguayans are on fire.

Pick: Uruguay

Spain -157 vs Russia +560
Draw +289
Total 2.5 Over +123, Under -138
Sunday, July 1

This Spanish team is different than the ones that played in previous World Cups. They’re ultra-aggressive on offense, meaning Russia could add a goal against Spain’s defense.

That won’t mean much in this battle, though. The reason? Spain’s offense has been unbelievable. Spain scored 6 goals in winning their group. That’s a lot of goals for a team to lay on its opponents in the World Cup. Granted, the Spanish also yielded 5 goals.

To be fair, when Spain decided to play defense, they did. The Spanish beat Iran 1 to 0. That could be the score of this match. More likely, it ends up 3 to 1.

Pick:  Spain

Croatia -114 vs Denmark +418
Draw +208
Total 2 Over -103, Under -112
Sunday, July 1

Croatia’s midfield has been exceptional. Many World Cup analysts discussed Croatia’s midfield as being the very best in the World Cup. By dominating Argentina so thoroughly in group play, the Croatians proved it was the best.

Denmark has virtually no shot in this match on Saturday. Croatia should punish Denmark by beating Hamlet’s kin 2 to 0.

Pick: Croatia