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Strawberries and cream. Freshly mown grass. All-white attire. There are so many reasons why Wimbledon is the greatest tennis competition in the world. And here at Betway, we do our best to make sure we match those high expectations in our Wimbledon betting coverage.
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Serena Williams. Roger Federer. Boris Becker. Fred Perry. If their name stands at the pinnacle of tennis, then rest assured that they have stamped their legacy in SW19.
Wimbledon is a tournament steeped in history and does its upmost to protect its legacy as not only the oldest tennis competition in the world, but also the most prestigious. That’s why tournament traditions still stand today: a strict all-white dress code for competitors. Strawberries and cream consumed across the grounds. And the only Grand Slam that is patronised by a Royal Family.
Held in June and July, the UK’s only tennis major hosts several categories filled with the best tennis players in the world: Mixed Doubles, Ladies’ Doubles, Gentlemen’s Doubles, and the main attraction, Ladies’ Singles and Gentlemen’s Singles.
Each competition is a knockout-based tournament, with the finals playing out at the illustrious centre court in front of over 14,000. And you can bet on every single match thanks to our Wimbledon markets.
No one has won more Wimbledon Gentlemen’s Singles titles than Roger Federer. The Swiss veteran has eight titles and will look to extend his lead from Novak Djokovic, who has five of his own.
The British hopes lie with Andy Murray, who has two titles – his last coming in 2016. The Scotsman has had injury problems in recent months, but is still someone who should be kept an eye on in the Wimbledon odds.
In the 21st century, the Ladies’ competition has been dominated by one name: Serena Williams. Often favourite in Wimbledon betting, the American has won seven Wimbledon Singles titles.
Serena Williams still has a way to go to catch Martina Navratilova’s record of nine Wimbledon crowns, but the American is starting the find her form once again after some time out.
Serena did make the final in 2019, but it was Simona Halep who upset the favourite, and will be looking to defend her crown this year.
No matter who you think will come out on top at Wimbledon this year, Betway offers Wimbledon odds on all matches, with a variety of Wimbledon markets for you to choose from.
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