Wimbledon Tennis Betting - Murray Looking For Home Soil Win
We are right at the business end of the 2012 Wimbledon championships now and the betting for the mens tournament with Federer favourite to beat Andy Murray in teh final on Sunday. The Wimbledon Odds remain competitive with Djokovic on top but it really is anyone's tournament at SW19.
The Wimbledon Womens Betting is also looking highly competitive this year with a number of ladies being backed to have a good couple of weeks in south west london. Serena Williams wins another title making her a five time winner at Wimbledon.
Wimbledon Championship Betting 2013
The best players are at the All England Club for the 2011 Wimbledon Championships, there are 32 seeds in both the ladies and the Men's tournaments. Rafa Nadal is the Worlds No.1 player and as such will be head the Wimbledon Mens Seeds at this years tournament, in behind him will be the likes of Andy Murray, Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer who will all be out to claim glory on the grass. The Andy Murray Wimbledon Odds are expected to be hot once again this year as the British nation get behind the Scot again this Summer as he aims to win his first Grand Slam.
Likewise, the ladies Championships is full of the top players in the World with any number of players capable of going all the way to the latter stages of the tournament. At the head of the Wimbledon Women's Seeds is likely to be the defending champion, Serena Williams who is once again playing well this year. There should also be a good couple of British players qualifying for the tournament outright with Anne Keothavong and Elena Baltacha playing well, they will be watching the Wimbledon Tennis Draw very closely to see who they will play in the first round. Once the draw is made all of the players will be eager to find out which court they will be playing on with the Wimbledon Order Of Play being updated on a daily basis.
Wimbledon History and Players
Wimbledon is probably the best known Tennis tournament in the world. First played in 1877, it is the oldest of the four major tennis championships and is the only major Tennis tournament to be played on grass.
The event is played annually at the All England Tennis Club during the last week in June and the first week in July and despite being played during the middle of the Great British summer, the weather during the Wimbledon Championships has become infamous over the years as rain and other adverse weather conditions often causes numerous interruptions to the play over the two weeks.
However, that will no longer be the case on Centre Court from now on after the the retractable roof was fitted earlier this year. The roof and the fitting of floodlights will mean that tennis can continue on Centre Court until much later in the evening. Wimbledon will no doubt remain one of the greatest sporting events held in Britain.
Wimbledon Tennis Odds 2013
In addition to the top class tennis action, the two week Championships are as much about Wimbledon traditions as anything else.
Thousands of visitors enjoy all the action on the courts whilst enjoying such luxuries as jugs of Pimms, fine Champagne and most famous of all - strawberries and cream! An estimatd 63,000 pounds of strawberries and 1,600 gallons of fresh cream are consumed over the two weeks of Wimbledon.
Such traditions have become synonymous with the tournament and add to the unique atmosphere created by the crowd. They have become very much a part of Wimbledon history and play a vital role in adding to the competitions rich heritage and help maintain its status as the best known tennis tournament in the world.
This site provides a comprehensive guide to the Wimbledon Tennis Championship and everything you could ever wish to know about the tournament, past and present.
In addition to such information on the history and traditions of the tournament, Wimbledon has become a hugely popular betting event and therefore we are providing detailed information on Betting on the Wimbledon Championships and helping you to get the latest Wimbledon Odds on your favourite players.