Though tennis interest has fallen off from its heyday, it has stayed more popular around the world as many of the best players are not from the United States and they have a different following.
Wimbledon is the oldest tennis tournament in the world, and it is regarded as the most prestigious. It is held at the All England Club in Wimbledon, London and it has been played on outdoor grass courts dating back to 1877. This event is steeped in tradition from its dress code to serving of strawberries and cream.
This is the last of the major tournaments played on grass and those players with big, powerful serves have a decided advantage if they consistently get their first serves in. That is an important aspect to know if you would like to try your hand at betting tennis and Wimbledon in particular. Here are some simple strategies to follow if you would like to bet Wimbledon.
Futures Bets To Win The Tournament
The most obvious, but hardly the easiest wager to make is who wins the tournament on the men’s and women’s side of the brackets. Because the grass is cut short and the ground is firm, grass courts are extremely fast. This helps any player who can dial up the speed and have a little movement while placing it to the furthest forehand or backhand points. Here are the latest futures odds from Bovada.