Sportsbooks adjust Wimbledon betting market following Nadal loss

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Online sportsbooks have recalibrated their money line market for Wimbledon men's outright winner market following Rafael Nadal's loss.

The Spanish star went down in the second round against German pro Dustin Brown.

Sports betting sites Heritage and 5Dimes presently have Novak Djokovic as the most likely player to win the Grand Slam, with the current price at +125, meaning a $100 wager pays $125.

Andy Murray is on offer at +250, so a $100 bet pays $250.

The winningest player in Grand Slam history Roger Federer is being offered at just under 7 to 1 by online sportsbooks.

Stanislas Wawrinka is trading at +1275 so a $100 bet pays $1,275 in profit.

From here, the board is full of long shot bets starting with Grigor Dimitrov being offered at 40 to 1.

Long-time pro Jo-Wilfried Tsonga is offered at 75 to 1.

Popular American pro John Isner is a massive 225 to 1 long shot to win Wimbledon.

Women's Outright Betting Market
Serena Williams is the top female player on the sportsbook money line boards at +158 to win Wimbledon.

Petra Kvitova is priced at +275 so a $100 wager returns $275 in profit.

From there players can find considerable dropoff with the next player in Maria Sharapova on offer at +950 - nearly 10 to 1.

Angelique Kerber is trading at +1800 - a $200 wager returning $3,600 in profit.

Tennis bettors looking to wager in-play are offered hundreds of daily markets on Wimbledon by sports betting sites Bet365, WilliamHill, and Ladbrokes, each of which hold an SBR rating of at least A.

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