Men’s and Women’s Wimbledon Semifinal Odds

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“The Big Four” all made it to the fourth round of the Wimbledon Men’s bracket, but only one of them is still standing. Rafael Nadal was eliminated by Gilles Muller in Monday’s fourth round, Andy Murray lost a five-set battle with Sam Querry in the quarterfinals, and Novak Djokovic retired after the first set against Tomas Berdych. That leaves Mr. Federer as the only one standing. At the Westgate SuperBook in Las Vegas, Roger Federer was a 5/2 favorite prior to the start of the tournament. Now that his three rivals have all been eliminated, Federer is all the way down to 2/7 to win his eighth All-England Club championship. He is joined in the Wimbledon semifinal by Marin Cilic (4/1), Berdych (15/1) and Querry (20/1) .

On the women’s side, things are a lot tighter. There isn’t much separation in the betting market between Johanna Konta (9/4), Garbine Mugurza (3/2), Venus Williams (3/1) and Magdalena Rybarikova (7/1). Venus is attempting to win her first Wimbledon title since 2012. She’s been in the semifinals for five-straight years, with only one championship. Neither Rybarikova or Konta have ever reached the finals at a major before. Mugurza lost to Serena Williams in the 2015 Wimbledon final.

Men’s and women’s Wimbledon semifinal odds, courtesy of Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook

Men's and Women's Wimbledon Semifinal Odds

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