Matt Pitt | Sun 16/07/2017 - 08:28 EDT

2017 Wimbledon Men's Tournament Final Betting Odds And Predicition

2017 Wimbledon Men's Tournament Final Betting Odds And Predicition

Player vs Player Wimbledon Final Odds

Roger Federer goes into his 11th Wimbledon final as an overwhelming favorites. Our friends at TopBet price a Federer victory at -550, while Marin Cilic is the outsider at +375. If the bookmakers are to be believed, the Ferderer/Cilic final should be a one-sided affair, with the 35-year-old Swiss legend cruising to what will be his eighth final victory on the world famous Centre Court.

You can bet on Cilic causing an upset in the 2017 Wimbledon final at odds of +375. While a firm outsider in this tennis match, Cilic does have the serving power to put Federer to the test, as is evident by the 130 aces he has served in the competition so far compared to Federer’s 64. Where Cilic has fallen down, however, is in the break points saved category where he is 14/24 compared to Federer’s more impressive 16/20.

Those of you looking for better value in your bets, something you should always be looking for as a sports bettor, could perhaps head to Bovada who are offering a number of betting lines in addition to the outright winner. At Bovada you can place wagers on the number of sets won, with a 3-0 Federer victory priced at +120 and a 3-1 Federer victory available at +230.

You can also bet on the most double faults with Cilic the -180 favorite and Federer available at +140. Cilic has 17 double faults so far and Federer 10.

Who Will Win The 2017 Wimbledon Men's Tournament?

It is difficult to see any result other than a Federer victory in this match and that is where all the smart money will be going. Federer and Cilic have met each other on seven occasions and Federer has emerged victorious on six of those. The pair met in the quarterfinals of 2016 Wimbledon and Federer came from two sets down to win 6-7, 4-6, 6-3, 7-6, 6-3 in a five set thriller.

Take Roger Federer (+110)

Despite being 35-years-old, Federer, ranked fifth in the world at present, has rediscovered his form and looks to be playing some of the best tennis of his long and illustrious career. The Swiss superstar has won 24 of his 26 matches this year and has won three of the last four tournaments he has entered, including beating Rafael Nadal and Stan Wawrinka in straight sets.

Compare these statistics to Cilic’s record who has 23 wins and 13 losses this season and has lost more than half of the games he has played throughout his career and you can easily see why Federer is such a short-priced favorite.

As mentioned previously, I think the best value bets to make in this match is betting on sets. Federer has the capability to win 3-0 at +120 but I can see Cilic, who has only lost in straight sets once in his last seven tournaments, winning at least one set. With this in mind, I’d be looking to bet on a 3-1 Federer win at odds of +230 at Bovada or if I was willing to bet beig, betting on Federer outright because you need a large wager to overcome the -550 odds on that happening.

Category : Betting Picks

Tag : Tennis , wimbledon

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