Best Betting Odds and Deals for Wimbledon 2016

Wimbledon is almost here, and that means you should turn your attention to who is the likely winner of this greatest and oldest of tennis tournaments. The All-England Club might not be ready for spectators yet, but you should be doing your homework on the players who are likely to take the titles in both the Men's and Women's tournaments. While you do that, we've got the bookies you should be looking at for your Wimbledon betting, right here.

William Hill

As one of the UK's most-established and trusted bookmakers, it won't surprise you to read that William Hill is offering great deals on Wimbledon. First of all, you'll get £20 FREE if you deposit £10 when signing up, which is a fine incentive to place some major bets on the tournament ahead. There's also the top-notch app available for both iOS and Android devices which puts you in control of your bets at all times.

William Hill is offering 16/1 for outsider Milos Raonic to win the Men's Singles at Wimbledon. The Canadian might not have won a Grand Slam before, but his new coach, legendary former Wimbledon champion John McEnroe, says his player is one of six people who can win this year at SW19. Meanwhile, 8/1 for Victoria Azarenka, who is always a contender in the Women's Singles, is good value.

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888sport

We love 888sport as much for its easy-to-use interface as for its always-excellent deals and promotions and the high-quality mobile apps for all kinds of phone and tablet. In-play has always been a big part of the 888sport offering, and the site often leads the pack with its promotions too. If you sign up with the orange site, you'll be eligible to scoop part of a weekly £2000 Big Bet Bounty.

We can't help but look at 27/1 for Stan Wawrinka to regain his form and triumph at Wimbledon, and wonder what could be. If you don't want to be wondering the same thing when the Swiss wins the trophy, place your bet now with 888sport!

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Bet365

Bet365 is one of those bookmakers you know you can put your faith in, because it does exactly what it says on the tin: it offers great betting conditions, 365 days of the year. If you want a site that puts you first, Bet365 will do that during Wimbledon fortnight. You get a 100% deposit bonus up to £200 when you first join the site, and things keep getting better from there with the top bets on offer.

Andy Murray, once again reunited with the coach he had when he won in 2013, Ivan Lendl, is looking strong in the run-up to Wimbledon. Can he break the Djokovic supremacy? At 3/1 with Bet365, it's worth finding out. In the Women's Singles, what about 11/2 for Garbine Muguruza? She's rated as the player most likely to knock Serena Williams off number-one spot in the WTA rankings, so she's a value bet for Wimbledon.

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TonyBet

TonyBet is the new, fun way to bet on sports. You will find that Wimbledon is fully covered, but that the site has all kinds of interesting promotions to keep you coming back. One example of this is the Welcome Bonus of up to €100, which will give you more of an armoury than Novak Djokovic usually has on his serve. Simply make a deposit of at least €10 and you're entitled to that excellent sportsbook bonus.

One particular set of odds that caught our eye was Angelique Kerber, for the Women's Singles, at 19/1. The German left-hander has already won the Australian Open, and doesn't fear Serena, so is very much worth consideration, especially at those odds.

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Ladbrokes

You can always rely on Ladbrokes. The bookmaker, which is one of the oldest and best in the business, continues to make it worth people coming back. When you join Ladbrokes, you instantly get a free bet of up to £50, and the free app for Android and iOS is, in our opinion, one of the better ones. We also value Ladbrokes because of the consistently good odds they offer.

It's 9/1 for Roger Federer to add to his seven Wimbledon titles, and even though he sat out the French Open, we still wouldn't bet against the great Swiss adding to his tally. If you want a bet on the Women's Singles, how about 25/1 on fifth-favorite, Madison Keys? We rate her as having a major shout for the Wimbledon title.

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