2016 Wimbledon Men’s Tennis Wagers – Odds and Lines

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A seismic shift in 2016 Wimbledon Men’s tennis wagers took place with the shocking upset of World No. 1 Novak Djokovic being ousted from the English Grand Slam. Many bettors, including yours truly, were planning to ride the tall Serbian’s coattails at least to the semi-finals but it was not to be. At the end of the day it is refreshing that highly stratified ranks of professional tennis can still provide a titanic upset.

Betting on Wimbledon – No Joke Djokovic Out

If anyone told you that they had money on the 28 year-old American journeyman Sam Querry to upset the Baltic Cyborg, then you may feel free to call them a liar immediately and without hesitation. It took a two day rain delay and the 6-6 foot American’s best tennis day to knock off Djokovic- but that’s how your parlay bets crumble some times. My betting bitterness aside, it is good for the sport and opens up some other interesting storylines on the men’s side of things at the All England Lawn Bowling and Tennis Club.

2016 Wimbledon Men’s Tennis Wagers – Andy Murray

With current No. 1 out of the way, the path to a Wimbledon title becomes much clearer for Andy Murray who is looking for another Grand Slam. The Scot is a superb tennis player in his own right but for the past few years has struggled to get past the trio of Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer, and of course Djokovic. But with Djokovic and Nadal out, and Federer past his prime, this now becomes Murray’s tournament to lose. Heading into the semifinals, Murray’s price is now -900 while Federer is -180 and it could be argued that neither is offering any extra value. Is there a better bet?

2016 Wimbledon Men’s Tennis Wagers – Milos Raonic

Milos Raonic is the current world 6th seed, and the young Canadian player seems ready to break through and win his first Grand Slam. He has never made it past the semis at a Grand Slam before, but has 8 ATP titles to his credit and one of the best serves on the tour. He is currently +150 to beat Federer after defeating Sam Querry which bodes well for him as Querry was playing hot. However, never rule out Roger Federer particularly after his incredible comeback against Marin Cilic. The “greatest of all time” is still lethal and Raonic will need his A+ game to take him out.

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