Wimbledon Odds 2017: Full List for Men & Women
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Wimbledon Odds 2017: Full List for Men & Women

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With Roger Federer’s triumph at the Australian Open, and Rafael Nadal’s win at Roland Garros, we appear to have traveled back to 2010.

That would be good news for the Spaniard at Wimbledon, as that was the year he went on to also claim victories at the All-England Club and at the US Open. Still, while he has looked fully rejuvenated in 2017, Nadal hasn’t been past the fourth round at Wimbledon since 2011 and thus enters with just the third shortest odds.

The favorite, instead, is Federer, who is likewise defying Father Time with his return to transcendent form and seeks his eighth Wimbledon title. Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic, who have combined for five wins here, are also right in the mix, but both have been surprisingly inconsistent in 2017.

Here’s a complete look at the odds list on the men’s side, per Bovada:


2017 Wimbledon Men’s Odds

Roger Federer: 2/1
Andy Murray: 7/2
Rafael Nadal: 4/1
Novak Djokovic: 6/1
Milos Raonic: 14/1
Nick Kyrgios: 16/1
Marin Cilic: 16/1
Alexander Zverev: 20/1
Grigor Dimitrov: 25/1
Stan Wawrinka: 25/1
Dominic Thiem: 25/1
Juan Martin Del Potro: 28/1
Kei Nishikori: 66/1
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga:
Bernand Tomic: 100/1
Gilles Muller: 100/1
Jack Sock: 100/1
Lucas Pouille: 100/1
Tomas Berdych: 100/1
Feliciano Lopez: 100/1
John Isner: 125/1
Gael Monfils: 125/1


Over on the ladies side, things are much more wide open, with ESPN’s Brad Gilbert recently claiming that 40 different women could win the title.

Leading the way among the crowded list of contenders, amazingly, is Petra Kvitova, who just seven months ago had her hand badly injured in a home invasion. Still, she looked good in her win in Birmingham last week, and she has twice won Wimbledon. She is as good of a pick as any.

Perhaps even more amazingly, the second and third players on the odds list, Karolina Pliskova and home-country favorite Johanna Konta, have yet to advance past the second round at Wimbledon.

Following her magical win at Roland Garros, 20-year-old Jelena Ostapenko, who also won Wimbledon as a junior in 2014, enters with the seventh-shortest odds.

Here’s the full list, per Bovada:


2017 Wimbledon Women’s Odds

Petra Kvitova: 5/1
Karolina Pliskova: 11/2
Johanna Konta: 8/1
Garbine Muguruza: 9/1
Venus Williams: 12/1
Angelique Kerber: 14/1
Jelena Ostapenko: 14/1
Victoria Azarenka: 16/1
Coco Vandeweghe: 18/1
Simona Halep: 18/1
Kristina Mladenovic: 20/1
Madison Keys: 22/1
Caroline Wozniacki: 22/1
Elina Svitolina: 25/1
Ashleigh Barty: 28/1
Agnieszka Radwanska: 33/1
Dominika Cibulkova: 40/1
Anett Kontaveit: 40/1
Sabine Lisicki: 50/1
Julia Goerges: 50/1
Monica Puig: 50/1
Eugenie Bouchard: 50/1
Daria Kasatkina: 50/1
Timea Bacsinszky: 50/1
Lucie Safarova: 50/1
Svetlana Kuznetsova: 50/1
Anastasija Sevastova: 66/1
Donna Vekic: 66/1
Elena Vesnina: 66/1
Kristyna Pliskova: 66/1
Sloane Stephens: 66/1
Ekaterina Makarova: 66/1
Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova: 66/1
Barbora Strycova: 80/1
Kiki Bertens: 80/1
Catherine Cartan Bellis: 100/1
Daria Gavrilova: 100/1
Lauren Davis: 100/1
Yulia Putintseva: 100/1
Sam Stosur: 100/1
Heather Watson: 100/1

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