2011 Men’s Wimbledon Predictions, Odds, Preview, & Free Picks

Last Updated: June 14th, 2011 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist)

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Two legs of the Grand Slam in tennis are said and done, and here at Bankroll Sports, we’re looking at the Wimbledon odds and making our free Wimbledon picks for the big time tournament at the All-England Club!

2011 Wimbledon Odds, Picks & Info
2011 Wimbledon Dates: Monday, June 20 – Sunday, July 3
2011 Wimbledon Location: All England Club, London, England
2011 Wimbledon Favorite: Roger Federer (+265)
Defending Wimbledon Champion: Rafael Nadal
2011 Wimbledon TV Coverage – Network: Tennis Network, NBC

Unless you are going to go off of the board, there are really only a handful of different tennis players that realistically have a chance of winning Wimbledon betting action this year. After all, just look back at the last eight Wimbledon champions… You’ll only see two names there.

The first is that of Roger Federer (Current Wimbledon Odds: 2.65 to 1 at 5Dimes Sportsbook). Federer was a finalist at the French Open and pushed the champ to four sets before succumbing. What can we say about this man’s career? There’s pretty much nothing that he hasn’t accomplished in his time on the court. The Swiss master already has 16 career Grand Slam title under his belt, including six here at the All-England Club. Federer is going to most likely come out of the No. 3 hole in this tournament, but that isn’t going to stop him from making one heck of a charge towards the top of the charts when push comes to shove.

The only other man to win a Wimbledon during the reign of Federer here in Jolly Ol’ England is Rafael Nadal (Wimbledon Lines: 2.75 to 1 at 5Dimes Sportsbook). Rafa won the second Grand Slam event this year at the French Open, which is nothing new considering the fact that he has only lost one match in seven years playing at Roland Garros. Save for 2009 when he was pushed to five epic sets by Federer in the finale, Nadal has been amazing here on these courts in England. Grass isn’t nearly his best surface, as demonstrated by the fact that he has 10 Grand Slam titles and six are on clay courts, but there clearly won’t be a match until at least the semifinals, and likely until the finals, if at all, in which the Spaniard is going to be an underdog.

List Of Past Wimbledon Champions (Since 2000)
2010 Wimbledon Winner: Rafael Nadal
2009 Wimbledon Winner: Roger Federer
2008 Wimbledon Winner: Rafael Nadal
2007 Wimbledon Winner: Roger Federer
2006 Wimbledon Winner: Roger Federer
2005 Wimbledon Winner: Roger Federer
2004 Wimbledon Winner: Roger Federer
2003 Wimbledon Winner: Roger Federer
2002 Wimbledon Winner: Lleyton Hewitt
2001 Wimbledon Winner: Goran Ivanisevic
2000 Wimbledon Winner: Pete Sampras

All eyes are going to be on Novak Djokovic (Odds to Win the Wimbledon: 3.65 to 1 at 5Dimes Sportsbook) as well in this tournament. Djokovic didn’t lose a match this year until the semifinals of the French Open again Federer, and that includes sweeping through the Australian Open for his second career Grand Slam victory. Djokovic is better served playing on hard courts, but considering how strong he has been this year on every surface that he has faced, we don’t know if we would want to bet against this man on the moon right now. Of the three biggest male players in tennis right now, this would probably be the one with the best Wimbledon odds.

And then there is Andy Murray (Current Wimbledon Odds: 6.85 to 1 at 5Dimes Sportsbook)… We really feel bad for this Brit, because he seemingly always ends up as a semifinalist in these events, only to end up losing to either Nadal or Federer. Still, the UK hasn’t tasted glory of any kind in Wimbledon betting action since Jo Durie and Jeremy Bates won the mixed doubles tournament in 1987. There hasn’t been a single winner since Virginia Wade on the ladies’ side in 1977, and a man hasn’t won this event in the Open Era, dating back to 1968.

Wimbledon Odds @ 5Dimes Sportsbook (as of 6/14/11):
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Roger Federer 2.65 to 1
Rafael Nadal 2.75 to 1
Novak Djokovic 3.65 to 1
Andy Murray 6.85 to 1
Juan Martin del Potro 45 to 1
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 45 to 1
Tomas Berdych 70 to 1
Andy Roddick 70 to 1
Robin Soderling 75 to 1
John Isner 105 to 1
Milos Raonic 125 to 1
Richard Gasquet 175 to 1
Mardy Fish 250 to 1
Alexandr Dolgopolov 325 to 1
Philipp Kohlschreiber 325 to 1
Marin Cilic 350 to 1
Gael Monfils 350 to 1
Ivy Karlovic 425 to 1
David Nalbandian 500 to 1
David Ferrer 500 to 1
Lleyton Hewitt 500 to 1
Feliciano Lopez 525 to 1
Stanislas Wawrinka 600 to 1
Sam Querrey 625 to 1
Viktor Troicki 625 to 1
Jurgen Melzer 700 to 1
Nikolay Davydenko 750 to 1
Fernando Verdasco 800 to 1
Nicolas Almagro 875 to 1
Philipp Petzschner 875 to 1
Gilles Simon 900 to 1
Ivan Ljubicic 950 to 1
Tommy Robredo 1,000 to 1
Juan Monaco 1,000 to 1
Ernests Gulbis 1,000 to 1
Mikhail Youzhny 1,000 to 1
Juan Carlos Ferrero 1,000 to 1
Guillermo Garcia-Lopez 1,000 to 1
Marcos Baghdatis 1,000 to 1
Michael Llodra 1,000 to 1
Albert Montanes 1,000 to 1
Thomaz Bellucci 1,000 to 1
Florian Mayer 1,000 to 1
Andrey Golubev 1,000 to 1
Sergiy Stakhovsky 1,000 to 1
Jarkko Nieminen 1,000 to 1
Xavier Malisse 1,000 to 1
Jeremy Chardy 1,000 to 1
Marcel Granollers 1,000 to 1
Denis Istomin 1,000 to 1
Thiemo De Bakker 1,000 to 1
Janko Tipsarevic 1,000 to 1
Victor Hanescu 1,000 to 1
Santiago Giraldo 1,000 to 1
Radek Stepanek 1,000 to 1
Kei Nishikori 1,000 to 1
Richard Berankis 1,000 to 1
Julien Benneteau 1,000 to 1
Florent Serra 1,000 to 1
Frederico Gil 1,000 to 1
Ilya Marchenko 1,000 to 1
Blaz Kavcic 1,000 to 1
Ivan Dodig 1,000 to 1
Grigor Dimitrov 1,000 to 1
Dudi Sela 1,000 to 1
Rainer Schuettler 1,000 to 1
Igor Kunitsyn 1,000 to 1
Lukasz Kubot 1,000 to1
Kevin Anderson 1,000 to 1
Adrian Mannarino 1,000 to 1

2011 Men’s Odds To Win Wimbledon @ Bet Online Sportsbook (as of 6/14/11):
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Novak Djokovic 1.60 to 1
Rafael Nadal 2 to 1
Roger Federer 2.25 to 1
Andy Murray 6 to 1
Juan Martin Del Potro 16 to 1
Robin Soderling 20 to 1
John Isner 40 to 1
Tomas Berdych 30 to 1
Richard Gasquet 50 to 1
Milos Raonic 50 to 1
Jo Wilfried Tsonga 66 to 1
Mardy Fish 80 to 1
Andy Roddick 80 to 1
Marin Cilic 80 to 1
Ivo Karlovic 100 to 1
Alexandr Dolgopolov 100 to 1
Gael Monfils 100 to 1
David Ferrer 100 to 1
Kevin Anderson 125 to 1
Sam Querrey 125 to 1
Lleyton Hewitt 125 to 1
Jurgen Melzer 150 to 1
Ivan Ljubicic 150 to 1
David Nalbandian 150 to 1
Philipp Petzschner 150 to 1
Fernando Verdasco 150 to 1
Ernests Gulbis 200 to 1
Marcos Baghdatis 200 to 1
Stanislas Wawrinka 200 to 1
Michael Llodra 200 to 1
Philipp Kohlschreiber 200 to 1
Radek Stepanek 200 to 1
Viktor Troicki 250 to 1
Mikhail Youzhny 250 to 1
Nicolas Almagro 500 to 1

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