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Big Four Leading Wimbledon Men’s Odds

Big Four Leading Wimbledon Men's Odds - Bovada Sportsbook

Coming off a victory in the Gerry Weber Open in Germany, Roger Federer is set as the odds favorite as he looks to add another Wimbledon victory to his resume over the next two weeks.

Federer got past Alexander Zverev in straight sets 6-1, 6-3 in the final of the Gerry Weber Open in his Wimbledon tuneup this past week, and he’s also found some success in major events this year with a title at the Australian Open back in January. Federer skipped the clay-court French Open to better prepare for Wimbledon, and he’s the +200 tournament favorite.

Overall, Federer has won Wimbledon seven times in his career, with six of those titles coming between 2003 and 2009. His most recent victory at the tournament came in 2012, and in his last four appearances at the event, he’s lost in the second round, the final twice, and the semifinals last year. Federer’s Australian Open victory was his first major win since that 2012 Wimbledon title, and overall he’s won just three major tournaments over the last eight years.

Andy Murray has just three major wins in his career, but two of them came at Wimbledon – including at last year’s tournament. Murray, though, has failed to make the final in each of his last three major events, getting bounced in the quarterfinals at last year’s US Open, in the fourth round at the Australian Open, and in the semifinals in France. Murray has +350 odds.

Rafael Nadal won his first major tournament since 2014 with his victory at the French Open this year, and he sits third at +400 on the Wimbledon odds. Nadal skipped Wimbledon last year, and lost in the second round in his last appearance at the tournament in 2015. The Spaniard, though, does have two Wimbledon victories to his name, back in 2008 and 2010.

 

Djokovic Trails Top Three on Odds Chart

Novak Djokovic won six major tournaments from 2014 to 2016, but since losing in the third round at Wimbledon last year, he’s been shut out in those events – losing in the final at the 2016 US Open, in the second round at the Australian Open this year, and in the quarterfinals at the French Open. Djokovic won his first Wimbledon title in 2011, and claimed the tournament in back to back years in 2014 and 2015. He’s pegged at +600 odds for this year.

From there, it’s Milos Raonic back at +1400 on the 2017 Wimbledon odds, with Nick Kyrgios and Marin Cilic both at +1600, Zverev at +2000, and each of Grigor Dimitrov, Stan Wawrinka, and Dominic Thiem at +2500. Juan Martin del Potro rounds out the second tier at +2800 odds.

 

*Odds as of June 29, 2017

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