Wimbledon Men’s Final Betting Preview

Before going into some thorough analysis for tomorrow’s final, I want to briefly talk about the upcoming tennis schedule and things to pay attention to. Typically there is a long break after Wimbledon, at least for the ATP 500 and ATP 1000 level tournaments.However, because of the Olympics in August, a lot of big tournaments have been moved up and will be played in the next f

Wimbledon Betting Preview: Men’s Semifinals

Wimbledon Men’s Semi-Final Preview:This is another situation where you can’t go wrong picking the favorites. Although there were some very close calls, all four of the favorites advanced on Wednesday. In general, (see analysis below) neither of these matches are great to take straight up. Federer and Raonic is too close to call, while the line value of         -800 makes it tough to pu

Wimbledon Betting Preview: Men’s Quarterfinals

Brief Summary From 4R:All of the heavy favorites advanced into the QF on Monday and there were no major upsets. Lucas Pouille certainly got the better of Bernard Tomic in a five set battle, but other than that, none of the results were all that surprising. Murray and Federer continue to cruise, having not lost a set, and for tomorrow, you likely can’t go wrong if you take the favorites in every

Wimbledon Week One Summary and Week Two Preview

Novak Djokovic losing to Sam Querrey in the 3R on Saturday is arguably the biggest upset in tennis since Robin Soderling upset Rafael Nadal at the 2009 French Open. The loss for Djokovic is surely that monumental. Querrey is a very strong grass court player, but I don’t think anybody in tennis gave him a shot at winning the match. With Djokovic out of the tournament, that half of the draw comple

Wimbledon Betting Preview: Friday July 1

Friday offers some very intriguing matchups but I think the favorites still end up coming through victorious"Three easy and “safe” picks areNovak Djokovic v. Sam Querrey (-7500)Milos Raonic v. Jack Sock (-600)John Isner v. Matthew Barton (-1000)Don’t be surprised if Djokovic and Raonic struggle against the Americans. Although Djokovic should dispatch Querrey in straight

Wimbledon Day 3 Picks and Matchups

Wimbledon Day 3 Preview:Unfortunately most of the matchups for Day 3 are fairly lopsided. Below you will find locks and safe picks. My recommendation for the best value would be to parlay two or three of the safe picks to make up a little bit of money for the high odds. Locks:N. Djokovic v. A. MannarinoM. Raonic v. Seppi Safe:R. Federer v. M. WillisM. Cilic v. S. StakhovskyK.

2016 Wimbledon Tennis Betting Odds & Picks

A few Important Notes:Wimbledon is widely regarded as the premier or most important tennis tournament of the year. If you are going to be placing a wager on a winner of the tournament or a certain match, you must keep a few things in mind. It is the only grand slam played on grass and thus the most unpredictable.  The grass season only lasts one month (clay 4 months, hard court 6/7 months) and mo

2016 Australian Open Women’s Tennis Odds

The first Grand Slam event of the 2016 women’s tennis season is underway in Australia. The Australian Open usually signifies the start of a new year for the sports and things are already very interesting on the hardcourt. Unlike the men’s side, where Novak Djokovic is a big favorite, there are some interesting odds on the women’s side of things. The favorite is not a surprise, but there are

2016 Australian Open Men’s Tennis Betting Odds

Things have already started in the Land Down Under for this year’s Australian Open, but it’s definitely not too late to get in on the action. One big name has been eliminated from this year’s field, but several of the world’s best tennis players are still in action. It should come as no surprise that Novak Djokovic is a big favorite. He has been no “Djok” in this event, winning in 2008