The World number two in tennis, Andy Murray, is the local favorite to win Wimbledon 2016. Murray will play fellow Brit Liam Broady in the first round of grass championship.
Third seed Roger Federer is in the same half as Novak Djokovic, meaning the district of southwest London won’t see a matchup of Murray, and either Federer or Djokovic, until the final if the scenario were to play out as such.
International tennis pundits have painted a picture that the draw was kind for Murray, who walked past Wawrinka in the French Open semi-finals last month.
Outside of the world’s top three players (Njokovic, Federer and Murray) there are a number of wild cards that include Stan Wawrinka, Milos Raonic and Kei Nishikori.
Djokovic proved too good at Wimbledon 2015, just as he did at almost every 2015 tournament including his form at the 2016 French Open.
Serena Williams is the overwhelming favorite to raise the trophy in London this summer but there are a number of wild cards for this year’s Wimbledon outside of the usual suspects, e.g. Petra Kvitova, Victoria Azarenka and Garbine Muguruza. Angelique Kerber, Belinda Bencic and Madison Keys are all capable of challenging the final four.
Most everyone in London and the UK is hoping for a Wimbledon win for the world No. 2, Murray. Westgate of Las Vegas has Murray, at 3-to-1, as the second choice in the upcoming event behind Djokovic who is charted as the 2-to-3 favorite.
What are the Las Vegas Westgate odds on the men’s and women’s singles?