Oddspedia ATP Wimbledon Summary - Find the best betting odds, latest scores and league tables in one place!
ATP Wimbledon is one of the biggest tennis Grand Slams in the world, so as you would expect Oddspedia have all the low down on this tournament for you. It started life as a little garden party but has grown to become one of the best-loved tournaments by fans. It actually is the eldest tournament in the world, giving it a special place in many people's hearts. Plus, as the only one played on grass it offers something that little bit different to the norm. This is also a tournament that honours traditions, with strict dress codes and royal patronage, making it a joy to watch.
Here at Oddspedia, you can find all of the ATP Wimbledon odds as well as information about all of the matches. The tournament is usually held over a two-week period towards the end of June and beginning of July when the weather should be at its best in the United Kingdom. There are five main events held during the tournament, the gentlemen's singles, ladies' singles, gentlemen's doubles, ladies' doubles and mixed doubles. 128 players will compete in each of the singles titles whilst 64 will compete in the doubles, with the exception of the mixed doubles which will only see 48 competitors. There are also juniors events which are available for ATP Wimbledon betting as well as invitation events. Play runs throughout two weeks for the entire tournament, with the ladies' singles final being held on the last Saturday and the gentlemen's singles final being held on the last Sunday, closing up the tournament.
ATP Wimbledon Betting Odds
ATP Wimbledon Odds Comparison
Here at Oddspedia, we show you ATP Wimbledon odds comparison. As the event gets closer and participants and line-ups are announced we will have them all on display for you, along with the odds being offered by different bookmakers. You will just need to go to our website, navigate to the tennis section and then select ATP Wimbledon as the league. From there you will be able to see all of the upcoming matches as well as any that are currently in-play.
When you can see a match on our website, you will see the most favourable odds being offered that each of the ATP Wimbledon players participating will win. You can click onto the match to see more information. There you will be able to see all of the different odds on offer as well as some stats and further details about the game that might help you make your decision about which player to back. At any point, you can click onto the in-play tab to see the odds being offered against a match that is in-play, as well as see the results so that you can make an educated guess with your bet.
ATP Wimbledon Winners Odds
The favourite in the UK when it comes to the gentlemen's singles is Andy Murray. With his recent surgery, however, it is unlikely that he will be back to top form anytime soon. That means we have to resign ourselves to looking out for some non-UK entrants. Roger Federer, who has won 8 times and Novak Djokovic who has won 5 times are always ones to watch out for. When it comes to the women, the Williams sisters are often your best bet. Serena has won the ladies' title 7 times while Venus has taken the trophy home 5 times. As far as ATP Wimbledon standings go, these sisters are superstars.
ATP Wimbledon FAQ
When and where is the ATP Wimbledon played?
ATP Wimbledon games are held at the All England Lawn Tennis Club in Wimbledon, London. The tournament is played in the begging of July.
How many players participate in ATP Wimbledon?
There are many players participating in the ATP Wimbledon schedule. 128 men and women compete for the singles title as determined by their gender. 64 players participate in both the gentlemen's and ladies doubles title while 48 compete for the mixed doubles title.
When does the ATP Wimbledon season finish?
There isn't an ATP Wimbledon season as such. The tournament lasts for two weeks, with ATP Wimbledon results being discovered towards the end of the fortnight.
Who is favoured to win there?
Roger Federer or Novak Djokovic are usually good bets when it comes to the gentlemen's singles title whereas the Williams sisters are always ones to watch when it comes to the ladies competition. These players are usually at the top of the ATP Wimbledon table.
Where to watch ATP Wimbledon matches?
Games are usually shown on the BBC. You can also use our website to check the ATP Wimbledon livescores if you can't watch the actual match.
How many games are played in ATP Wimbledon?
There are approximately 900 matches played during the Wimbledon tournament. That's a lot of ATP Wimbledon scores to look out for.
Where to bet on ATP Wimbledon?
That's easy, head to Oddspedia. We'll show you the bookmakers that are offering the best odds.
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