2015 Wimbledon Men’s Preview and Tips

June 28, 2015 by Posted in Betting Tips

Andy MurrayThe 2015 Wimbledon Championship is upon us as the All England Club prepares to host two weeks of theatre on the grand stage of centre court. Let’s preview the mens Wimbledon draw and take a look at the contenders for one of the most prestigious titles in world sport.

The form of some of the top players so far this year makes it difficult to predict a 2015 Wimbledon winner, but at the same time, it is difficult to look beyond a group of contenders for the men’s throne. Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer, Andy Murray and Stan Wawrinka look better equipped than the rest on current form to go all the way.

Defending champion and world number one Djokovic will be looking to overcome the heartbreak of his French Open final loss. He reached at least the Wimbledon semi-final stage in the last four years, including winning two of the three finals he made in that time. It is difficult to see what could stop him from reaching the finals again. At odds of $2.37 at CrownBet, he is the bookies favourite too.

Federer will love to improve his Grand Slam count from 17, which has remained static since he won a record equaling seventh Wimbledon title in 2012. He comes into the tournament on the back of a tournament win in Halle last week, but will the Swiss maestro have enough in him to go all the way? The bookies are keeping him pretty safe at best odds of $7.00 at Sportsbet to lift the trophy.

Murray will be looking to continue his wonderful form of 2015 in which he already claimed three titles including one at Queens. He will definitely be one of the men to watch out for, as he looks to repeat the success he enjoyed in 2013. It will be tough for him to dislodge Djokovic but the local fans will try to voice their support and will him over the line. CrownBet are offering odds of $4.25 for Murray to win the crown.

Wawrinka ($15 at CrownBet) doesn’t have a good record at the Wimbledon but his win at French Open should have given him confidence. However, it is difficult to see him go beyond semi-finals. Then of course there is the Spanish bull Rafael Nadal ($23 at Sportsbet). He may have dropped to tenth in the rankings for the first time in a decade but a win at Stuttgart will have given him confidence. Of the others, Kei Nishikori ($51 at Sportsbet) and Milos Raonic ($41 at Ladbrokes) may create more than a flutter.

For the Australian supporters, Lleyton Hewitt ($1,001 at CrownBet) will be keen to ensure his final appearance is a memorable one after gaining a wildcard entry into the vent. Young sensation Nick Kyrgios ($81 at CrownBet) will be keen to repeat his stunning quarter-finals run of last year.

So will it be Djokovic, Federer or Murray? Or will we see a new star emerge? All this will be answered when Wimbledon gets underway on Monday.

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