A Bet On The Wimbledon Finalists Is A Great Summer Flutter

The last Grand Slam to be played on grass there is nothing quite like Wimbledon and as the BBC slathers middle class sensibilities over the entire tournament like an embarrassed mother-in-law at a garden party the best players in the world are getting to grips with another tournament. Picking a winner might be tricky but if you're going to bet on sports in the UK this summer a flutter on this British institution at Bet365 doesn't have to rest solely on an individual, you can pick the finalists too.

Bet on the Wimbledon finalists!
  • Will Serena Williams face off against Simona Halep in the Wimbledon final?
  • Could we see a Petra Kvitova vs Madison Keys end game in SE19?
  • Should we bet on Wimbledon attendees eating even more scones this year?
  • Why did the BBC let Boris Becker on the air at Wimbledon 2018?

Boris Becker, either former Wimbledon champion or diplomat from the Central African Republic (you choose) got things underway with a moment twixt he and Martina Navratilova on the BBC that left him physically cringing, all the worse as he’d already sworn at host Sue Barker. But this type of faux pas is only to be expected in the surroundings of SE19 where last year they sold 303,277 glasses of Pimms, a liquid that tastes like unicorn piss, and you can bet on Wimbledon to see more gaffs before the end.

Naturally the players are attempting to stay as far away from the media as possible with some of the big names probably quite glad of the Tatjana Maria victory over Elina Svitolina giving the press something to focus on, and remind those of us taking advantage of UK gambling laws to bet on Wimbledon at Bet365 that upsets are possible, and those short odds favorites may still come a cropper. The 300/1 shot German taking down the Ukrainian former world No.3 in three hard fought sets, ending 6-7 6-4 1-6.  

Upsets Already And That’s Just The Pundits

With Tatjana outside the top 50 she wasn’t expected to do awfully well at the All England Lawn Tennis Club this summer, however her confident play sent Svitolina out, the earliest in a Grand Slam for the Ukrainian since the US Open in 2014. This gave the media plenty to gush about, in between the inevitable stories about how in 2017 they sold 90,000 more scones than in previous years, and you can bet on Wimbledon giving them more than just dry cakes to sink their teeth into soon enough.

Serena Williams
Serena Williams

But as they swoon over Agnieszka Radwanska now going on to meet Lucie Safarova (a long time rival) in the second round the rest of us should ignore the media hype and stick to putting a bet on Wimbledon at Bet365 that will boost our bank roll, not our blood pressure, and rather that try to discern which individual players might possibly come out victorious for the best flutter on this RSI inducing sport why not see if you can predict the two finalists, a far more fun wager in these uncertain times.

Bet On Wimbledon At Bet365 Today

Now naturally Serena Williams remains the focus of the short odd choices at Bet365 and its ilk, but to bet on Wimbledon going to expectations is typically a road to nowhere good, and that bet on a Wozniacki vs Kvitova final at 20/1 might be no bad thing. Of course you can get the same on Kvitova vs Keys, Williams vs Halep and Pliskova vs Kvitova, so there’s plenty of choice and at those odds you can make quite the profit on a small wager, however there are some options at slightly shorter prices.

Do you believe the final of the Wimbledon Women’s tournament will be Serena Williams taking on Angelique Kerber? If so Bet365 have 18/1 odds waiting just for you and your bet on Wimbledon, however you could well, like many others, feel that this being the UK gambling news headlines screaming about anything but a Petra Kvitova vs Serena Williams final come the 15th is hugely unlikely which is why the bookies give that option a short but very temptingly attractive 8/1 price right now.

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