2015 Wimbledon Women’s Preview and Tips

June 28, 2015 by Posted in Betting Tips

Serena WilliamsWimbledon is one of the world’s most prestigious Grand Slam tournaments. So it’s no wonder that every player craves to be a winner at the All England Club. With the 2015 Wimbledon tournament just a few days away, the players are fine tuning their preparations. Let’s fine tune our own analysis by having a peek at the women’s contenders.

Unlike the men’s draw, the contenders for the women’s crown look thin in number. You will not be blamed if you can’t think beyond a group of three or four contenders. Serena Williams, Petra Kvitova, Simona Halep and Maria Sharapova may not just lead the rankings but also would lead the contenders list.

The form that Serena has shown may force us to think that she will be the champion at the All England Club. But, the tournament is long enough to keep everyone interested. It is fair to say that only an injury or a very bad day could stop the red-hot Serena. If she wins the Wimbledon she will be holding all the Grand Slam titles simultaneously. The last time a woman did that was in 2002-03 and it was…well, you guessed it – Serena. The best odds you’ll find around at the moment are at CrownBet who are offering $3.00 on her victory.

Kvitova is the defending champion here and should be right behind Serena in the pecking order. Her form this year is patchy and she struggled to reach beyond fourth round in the two Grand Slams of the year. But, she has reached at least the quarter-finals for each of the last five years at Wimbledon. This alone has seen her placed as second favourite behind Serena with odds of $5.50 at William Hill Australia.

Halep is a Wimbledon semi-finalist from last year but comes into the tournament on the back of some low key performances this season. It will take a Herculean effort from her to waltz past Serena or Kvitova. However, if both of them suffer a blip and Halep brings her best game, there is no reason why the Romanian can’t be a winner here and at $21 at Sportsbet she offers some value.

Sharapova won the Wimbledon title in 2004 as a 17-year old. But after that she has failed to go past the fourth round every year, except in 2011 where she lost to Kvitova. Should she manage her presence in the early rounds, a semi-final against either Serena or Kvitova will lurk. If you think she can survive that task, then you’ll find odds of $10 at Bookmaker for a Sharapova victory.

Among others, Caroline Wozniacki ($41 at Luxbet), Lucie Safarova ($31 at Luxbet) and Victoria Azarenka ($21 at Luxbet) will hope to go deeper in the draw and then wait for a bad day for the title contenders.

However it looks hard to go past the might of Serena Williams who will look to swell her Grand Slam collection while others will try to prove a point and stop her!

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