Wimbledon Has Many Outright Specials

Women tennis players at WimbledonMany sportsbooks that are offering betting on Wimbledon have a few outright specials. These specials are made with big payouts and will entail two different winners.

Specifically, an outright special for Wimbledon will entail who will win the men's and women's titles. That is, a successful bet will entail a person stating that one specific man and one particular woman will win their tournaments at Wimbledon.

This will provide people with plenty of ways to win big. Naturally, the best odds are for the man and woman most likely to win it all. Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams are the two favorites here; the odds for them to be to winners are 5-1. This is just one of the many picks people can try out for this special kind of bet.

Who Are the Best Options?

Most of the best outright specials for Wimbledon entail Djokovic, Andy Murray and Roger Federer on the men's side. Meanwhile, Serena Williams, Petra Kvitova and Maria Sharapova are the top options to try out on the women's side.

People can choose to go with one of these players and then someone with lower odds. However, the chances to win will be much harder. A pick that entails Murray and Simona Halep being the winners will go for 50-1 odds from tennis betting pros.

How Many Stars Are Involved?

The number of tennis players involved in these outright specials will vary by each sportsbook. However, considering the extreme effort needed to try and get as many pairings running as possible, it is typical for there to be about ten men and ten women that can be combined in these outright specials.

These can go out to some rather tough odds after a while. For instance, a bet on Milos Raonic and Eugenie Bouchard would result in 750-1 betting odds.

The possibility for Wimbledon to have some upsets is always going to be strong. There could be a possibility for a winner to come from outside the main options for betting, thus making all those outright specials moot if this does actually happen in the event.