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Men’s Wimbledon Betting

Men’s Wimbledon Betting

Roger Federer failed to drop a service game in his fifth triumph at Wimbledon

The chasm between the top four players in the tennis world rankings and the rest continues to shape the men’s Wimbledon betting.

Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, Andy Murray and Roger Federer are always in the hunt for all the Grand Slam titles and Wimbledon is no different.

However, while three of that foursome look set to be competitive for years to come, for the elder statesman of the group, time looks to be running out…

Men’s Wimbledon betting on Roger Federer should now be approached with caution

Roger Federer dominated tennis throughout the first decade of the new millennium and can rightly claim to be one of the greatest players ever to pick up a racquet.

However, with Federer now the wrong side of 30-years-old, the likes of Nadal, Djokovic and Murray are starting to look far more tempting in the Men’s Wimbledon betting.

The Swiss won his last Wimbledon title back in 2009 but since then he has failed to reach the final in any subsequent tournament.

The 2010 tournament saw him crash out at the quarter final stage at the hands of Tomas Berdych, while in 2011 he fell at the same stage against Jo-Wilfried Tsonga.

Federer may still be a big name, but punters should be wary of backing him in the Men’s Wimbledon betting in future tournaments.

An each-way bet on Rafael Nadal could lead to a very decent payout

Rafael Nadal has appeared in five Wimbledon finals since 2006 and has won the tournament on two separate occasions.

He may have lost in the final three times – twice against Federer and once against Djokovic – but that doesn’t mean he should be less of a tempting bet in the Men’s Wimbledon betting.

A bet on Nadal to make the final continues to be a bet that should attract plenty of attention.

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