Top seed and world No. 1 Novak Djokovic remains the heavy favorite on the tennis betting odds at Bovada to win a second consecutive crown at Wimbledon as only eight players remain in contention this week in the men's draw at the All-England Lawn Tennis Club.
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Defending champ is the futures chalk
Djokovic, who is attempting to defend the prestigious Grand Slam title he won for the first time last year at The Championships, is listed at 8/13 on the tennis futures to win the men’s title at Wimbledon.
The towering Serbian defeated Viktor Troicki in straight sets in the fourth round on Monday to advance to the quarterfinals against Florian Mayer of Germany. Mayer, seeded No. 31 at Wimbledon, surprised No. 18 seed Richard Gasquet of France with a four-set victory in the fourth round and will now hit the court against Djokovic as a huge +1100 underdog to make the semifinals. Djokovic is listed at -5000 odds to defeat Mayer.
Former world No. 1 and six-time Wimbledon champion Roger Federer is on the same side of the draw and seeded third this year, and the legendary Swiss shotmaker will next face Mikhail Youznhy of Russia in the quarterfinals. Youzhny, seeded No. 26, eliminated unseeded Denis Istomin of Uzbekistan in the fourth round, while Federer struggled against poor weather and a sore back to eventually defeat unseeded Belgian Xavier Malisse.
Federer is a heavy -1000 favorite on the tennis odds at Bovada to defeat the underdog Youzhny (+550 odds) in the quarterfinals. Federer is also listed at 9/2 odds to win The Championships for a seventh time, while both Youzhny and Mayer are longshots at 150/1.
Murray headlines other side of draw
Andy Murray of Great Britain is the top remaining seed on the other side of the men’s draw, after he finished off a rain-delayed straight-set victory over Croatian Marin Cilic on Tuesday. Murray, seeded fourth overall and currently riding a streak of three straight semifinal appearances at The Championships, is also listed at 9/2 odds to take the title at Wimbledon in front of his supportive countrymen.
Murray will square off against No. 7 seed David Ferrer of Spain in the quarterfinals, after Ferrer knocked off No. 9 seed Juan Martin del Potro of Argentina in straight sets. Ferrer is a value pick at 22/1 odds to win Wimbledon, and at +175 odds to upset the favored Murray (-230 odds) in the quarters.
Fifth seed Jo-Wilfried Tsonga of France sent Mardy Fish of the United States packing in the fourth round and will face No. 27 seed Philipp Kohlschreiber of Germany in the other quarterfinal. Tsonga is listed at middling 11/1 odds to win The Championships, while Kohlschreiber is at 50/1 after knocking out American Brian Baker in straight sets on Tuesday.
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