Roger Federer won the Australian Open in January. Rafael Nadal triumphed once again last month at the French Open clay courts. Who will win the Wimbledon 2017? Surely we are all wondering who will emerge victorious and quite a few tennis punters are already backing Andy Murray to win his first 2017 Grand Slam title. However, what mainly concerns us is not the winner himself, but how profitable are the odds on his victory. Let's take a look on the best markets for Men and Women winners.
Wimbledon Open 2017 Men's & Women's singles winner odds
Strangely enough, Andy Murray is not the most likely candidate. Roger Federer's recent form means that he is now considered as the most probable Men's Winner, at least according to Betfair who are offering 9/4 odds. At the Energybet tennis section, the Swiss legend is awarding 2/1 odds for winning Wimbledon 2017. On to Women's Singles, Beteast has the best odds and is offering Petra Kvitova to win, on 9/2. Karolina Pliskova is closely following Kvitova at 5/1 odds. These two unlikely favorites will be filling the power vacuum created by the absence of Serena Williams, Maria Sharapova and Victoria Azarenka.
Get the best odds on the Wimbledon 2017 Open