Odds On Murray To Win Wimbledon
The odds on Murray to win Wimbledon are currently 6/1 depending on which bookie you look at, but these odds won’t be around for long. If you can’t wait to start just click any of the offers below and go straight to the relevant bookies tennis homepage for the latest odds on Murray to win Wimbledon.
He reached the semi final last year losing out to the champion Rafael Nadal, the odds on Murray to win Wimbledon last year would have been slim. After a torrid first half of the season following a humiliating defeat to Roger Federer in the Australian open final and went into what can only be described as a meltdown. A year is long time in tennis and the odds on Murray to win Wimbledon this year is a completely different story with this being tipped as maybe his best chance yet by some of the big names in tennis including Bjorn Borg and six time champion Roger Federer.
As 4th favourite going into the championships, the odds on Murray to win Wimbledon are still pretty good especially taking into account his recent form. The odds on Murray to win Wimbledon would have started to shorten as early as January this year when he reached the final of the Australian open for the second year in a row only losing out to Novak Djokovic who was playing the best tennis of his life. Just when every one thought history was about repeat itself with Murray going into another downward spiral Murray seem to find the mental strength to bounce back the one part of his game that seem to be missing for so long. With this new found character and inner belief, if the odds on Murray to win Wimledon hadn’t started to shorten by then they were definitely about too. After a minor wobble at Indian Wells, Murray went on to enjoy his most successful clay court season to date reaching the semi final of the Rolex Monte Carlo masters, only getting knocked out by world No1 Rafael Nadal in three sets after having to endure anti inflammatory injections for injury sustained in the previous round, with many suggesting a fully fit Murray could have taken the crown off the king of clay.
In April Murray went on to reach the semi finals of the Rome Masters another career best before heading for the second grand slam of the year in Paris. It is here the odds on Murray to win Wimbledon really started to change, he was on a role making the semi final of the French open for the first time and heading for his second grand slam final of the year, only to lose to Rafael Nadal once again who went on to win his 6th French Open title.