How To Bet On Wimbledon 2017 in Canada

Wimbledon is widely considered the most prestigious tennis tournament in the world and I would argue that it is the most sought after win among the four majors in tennis circles.  The 2017 edition of Wimbledon gets underway next week in London and then entire tournament will be shown on TSN here in Canada.

Looking at the odds, Roger Federer is actually the favourite heading into the tournament on the men’s side.  If you had told me that Federer would be the favourite heading into a major at this time last year I would have been shocked, especially considering how great Djokovic and Murray were playing.  But after winning the Aussie Open and just recently winning a grass prep tournament, all eyes will be on Federer this week and that will surely bring a ton of attention to the tournament as Federer is without a doubt still the poster boy of tennis around the world.

Wimbledon will receive a lot of coverage here in Canada with TSN covering the entire tournament.  Add in the fact that Wimbledon is without a doubt the most likely tournament for Milos Raonic to win, and the fact that some of top players are not at their best and the country will be watching to see if Raonic can get his first major in the coming weeks.  With all of this attention on Wimbledon here in Canada I decided to add this step by step guide to betting on the tournament.

How To Bet On Wimbledon – 3 Step Guide

Follow this simple 3 step guide to get your bets placed on Wimbledon.

Step 1. Open an Online Betting Account

The first thing you’ll need to do is open an account with an online sportsbook.  Our top rated sportsbook for betting on tennis is Bet365.com.  They are the most popular sportsbook worldwide and always have some of the best odds for tennis betting.  They also allow you to watch and live bet every match throughout the tournament (if you don’t have TSN this is a huge perk).

We have a special deal in place with them where new sign ups receive a first deposit bonus of 100% up to $200.  The sportsbook is very easy to use and navigate, and they have a very wide variety of deposit/withdrawal options for Canadians.  Check out our full review here.

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Step 2. Make Your First Deposit

Next you’ll need to add some funds to your account.  Check out our banking options page for breakdowns of some of the deposit options available at Bet365.

***I suggest taking full advantage of the 100% up to $200 bonus offer available for your first deposit.  The bonus is very easy to clear and Bet365 does not offer bonuses for reloads very often, so this first deposit will likely be your only opportunity for free money.

Step 3. Place Your Wimbledon Bets

Now that you have funds available it’s time to place your Wimbledon wagers.  You can wager on individual matches throughout the tournament or on the tournament winner outright.  Check out our tennis betting page for more information on the various individual game matches that you can make.

I’m writing this page prior to the opening of the tournament so the odds for each individual match are not yet available.  That said, the odds for the outright winner of the tournament are already posted, so I’ll show you a screenshot of that and explain a little more about how to bet on the tournament winner this year.

As you can see from the odds Roger Federer is the favourite heading into Wimbledon.  A $100 bet on Federer to win the tournament would pay out $325 ($225 in winnings).

I personally really like Djokovic at odds of 7.00.  He won Wimbledon in both 2014 and 2015, and if he can find his form he would be the favourite.  A $100 bet on Novak would pay out $700 ($600 in winnings).

Raonic is the fifth favourite at odds of 15.00.  If he brings his A-game he definitely has a shot.

Ready to place your Wimbledon bets?  Click here to visit Bet365.com.

June 29, 2017 by : Posted in Tennis No Comments
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