Wimbledon Tennis 2018 – Men’s & Women’s Semi-Final Odds
2018 has been the wackiest Wimbledon’s ever. No Top Women’s Seeds remain (the first time since the Open Era began in 1968), & Serena Williams appears to be on course for a Wimbledon title as a Mum.
No matter what the tipsters, rankings or seedings say, no matter how long she was away from tennis, Williams still looks capable of playing like someone who is World Number One, about 10 months after having a baby.
The bookies agree and she is rightfully installed as a favourite with the bookmakers. Her fellow semi-finalists, Jelena Ostapenko, Julia Georges and most importantly, Angelique Kerber might disagree, but everything seems to pointing towards a fairytale tennis return for Serena Williams.
Wimbledon 2018 Women’s Semi Final 1 Odds Update
Wimbledon 2018 Women’s Semi Final 2 Odds Update
Novak Djokovic has turned the clock back this week. Whatever the outcome of his semi-final, the 31-year-old, three-time former Wimbledon champion has looked a lot more like his former, assertive and dominant self this year
“I felt like in the last month and a half, the level of tennis has been very close to where I would like it to be, where I’m used to having it, so to say, and playing on,” Djokovic said ahead of his semi-final;
“Wimbledon is obviously a very special tournament.
So, then I guess it gets the best out of you. It makes you focus.”
It appears as if Serena Williams, Novak Djokovic and the ageless Rafael Nadal all have the intention of making a week for the oldies at Wimbledon.
Wimbledon 2018 Men’s Semi Final 1 Odds Update