Serena is back after missing the last four Grand Slams due to pregnancy. She is far from the standard she wants to be and 2018 could be anyone’s year but does this put betting on women’s tennis on lockdown? Follow our Wimbledon 2018 Woman’s betting preview to make profit from this sporting climate.
The most prestigious grand slam is back for another year and today we turn our attention from the men of tennis, onto the Women defining Wimbledon 2018. Serena Williams has been dominating the game since her professional debut in 1995 until her pregnancy last year. Its 2018 and the queen herself is back but is Wimbledon 2018 anyone’s game?
Garbine Muguruza (9.00)
Muguruza has won two Grand Slams in the last 2 years, an incredible feat given her humble age of 24. Known for her aggressive playing style, she has no issue flawing opponents with her powerful serve, complemented by her agile movement around the court. Considering her current ability she has all she needs to win Wimbledon, given she does not lose her nerve.
Petra Kvitova (6.50)
The once world No.2 has returned to the top ten position and online sportsbook sites in the Czech Republic claim that she shows signs of slowing down after recent loss in the 3rd round of the French Open. Known for her inconsistencies, a bet on Kvitova is unpredictable in its payoff, even with her recent surge through the seeds.
Karolina Pliskova (9.00)
Only last year she ranked as the world No.1 despite never being the victor of a Grand Slam. In 2016, she reached the finals of the US Open, winning 80% of her serves-and-volley points. Aside from a surge in epic performance 2 years ago, Pliskova will most likely perform well and not make it into the final round of Wimbledon.
Serena Williams (6.00)
“Now that I’m 36 and I look at my baby, I remember that this was also one of my goals when I was little, before tennis took over.”
The Goddess of tennis has returned to the game after giving birth to her first child. Although she is still of a wholly professional standard she had to withdraw in the 4th round of the French Open due to a torn muscle. Online sportsbook sites in the UK predict that she will regain the stature she once had in the tennis world towards the end of 2018.
The takeaway from our Wimbledon 2018 Women’s betting preview
Serena Williams’s pregnancy left women’s tennis in the same state as a county mid revolution. Every tournament spawns a new tennis champion and the title of No.1 is fluid. Despite the inconsistencies, one woman is getting consistently better and becoming a regular competitor if not winner of most WTA Open finals. Garbine Muguruza is our clear favourite in the Wimbledon 2018 Women’s betting preview, and with odds from Bet365 Sportsbook at 9.00, the profit is beyond huge.