Always keep in mind that when you set about betting on any major tennis tournament, that you are going to find a huge number and range of different betting opportunities on them, and as such you can often find some standout value bets when you do spend some time checking out each available betting market.
The very next major tennis tournament is of course Wimbledon 21019, and as the early and futures betting markets have been live for many months of that tournament, what I am going to be doing today is to look at the current state of the Men’s Wimbledon 2019 outright winner betting market.
As you will probably already be aware if you are a very keen tennis fan, there are currently two players that most pundits highly rate the chances of to win that tournament this year, and the first one who by the way if the current early favourite to win it is Djokovic who has been getting lots of support from punters so much so his win odds are now just 11/8.
The other tennis player that I do feel plenty of punters and fans of the sport will be prepared to back to win the Wimbledon Men’s Tournament in 2019 is Federer and as for whether there is any value to be had by backing him early, well his outright winner odds do look a tad overpriced at 3/1.
Each-Way Wimbledon Betting
It is your decision to make as to whether you do think either Djokovic or Federer will win the Men’s title this year, but if you do not think either of them will then consider placing an each-way bet on one of the outsiders.
That may actually be the very wisest type of bet to place on any outsider rather than back them to win outright, as by placing an each-way bet even if your player doesn’t win but goes on to finish in second spot you will be paid out at one half the win odds at most bookies sites when your chosen player finishes second instead if winning, but will of course be paid out if he wins when placing an each-way bet.
Who to Back Each-Way?
Having spent some time trying to work out just which tennis players involved in this tournament have a reasonable chance of finishing in second spot, if not going on to win it, there are several of them that may just do so include both Nada and Tsitsipas 16/1.
A few other tennis players that you may or may not rate or fancy the chance of, but with some luck in playing may just finish in seconds pot or if everything does fall their way go on to win this tournament include the likes of Zverev who is currently trading at odds of or around the 25/1 mark, also Auger-Aliassime and Thiem at 33/1 look value bets too and there are chances of the likes of Cilic, Raonic, and Kyrgios all at 40/1 too.