Unibet Wimbledon Odds, Live Betting & Streaming

Attention! Actual odds referenced are correct at time of publishing at 8:08 am June 20, 2011 and are subject to change.

The 2011 Wimbledon Championships starts today and will run through July 3 and Unibet has an extensive Pre-Match as well as live betting and streaming coverage.

Live Betting will be available for ALL MEN’S & WOMEN’S singles plus all doubles matches from the quarterfinals stages onwards. This brings the total to more than 270 events. Also Unibet’s exclusive Ca$h In function can guarantee you a profit as you play Live.

Live streaming will be available from 6 different courts.

Men’s Tournament

Top seed and defending champion Rafael Nadal, after a disappointing start of the clay season, rose up to the occasion and with some great tennis, won his 6th French Open Title.

Novak Djokovic with 8 titles already this year, including his second Australian Open title, is entering this year’s Wimbledon Championships as World No2 for the first time. You can back him at Unibet at odds of 4.00.

3rd seed Roger Federer had a great performance at the 2011 French Open where he managed to knock out Djokovic and end his 43-match winning strike (41 in 2011) before falling to Nadal in the finals in 4 sets.

Andy Murray is the fourth seed this year and is in great shape and full of confidence he can win the tournament! After his victory in the Final at Queen’s Club over Tsonga, his confidence was spurned and he is ready to give his best shot at winning a tournament (at odds of 7.00)

Women’s Tournament

The return of the Williams sisters is by far the most discussed topic around the 2011 Wimbledon Championships. Between them the sisters have won nine of the last eleven championships. Serena Williams is the defending champion and a four time winner at Wimbledon. She hasn’t played a competitive match since July 2010 due to health problems and injuries. Somewhat along the same lines is Venus Williams. 5-time Wimbledon champion but has been off the courts since the 2011 Australian Open. Hence why Unibet have Serena Williams at odds of 5.00 and Venus Williams at odds of 9.00 to be the 2011 women’s champion. Maria Sharapova (at odds 4.80 this year) had a great run at the 2011 French Open and she has been a Wimbledon winner in the past.

Na Li, the first ever Asian woman to win a major championship at the French Open, has had a great year and is one of the most consistent women’s players. She is in great form, has rocketed up the world rankings and is on one the tournament favourites at odds 7.50.

Caroline Wozniacki will carry the world No. 1 ranking into the 2011 Wimbledon Championships.

Of course apart from the outright market, Unibet has an extensive offer of head-to-head, player specials and tournament specials that cover everything from the players that will make it to the Final to whether the tournament will be completed without any rain interruptions.

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