Wimbledon fortnight is almost here and, while big names head the markets, there are signs that rising stars could upset the status quo at SW19.
"Of course, nobody will write off Roger Federer's 4.94/1 Wimbledon chances until the day he retires, so illustrious is his record on the green grass of south west London."
With just three sleeps until Wimbledon 2019 begins, there are familiar faces leading the betting in both the men's and the women'd draws.
Novak Djokovic is 2.6613/8 to retain his title in the men's and win a fifth Wimbledon over all. The Serb already has one Grand Slam in 2019, winning the Australian Open in Melbourne back in January.
The year's second Slam was won by Rafal Nadal 6.611/2, as he sealed the French Open title to nobody's surprise. The Spaniard has won Wimbledon twice and yet there's still a sense that he's underachieved in SW19. Our writer Charles Perrin argues that 2019 could be the year that Nadal wins a third Wimbledon title.
Of course, nobody will write off Roger Federer's 4.94/1 Wimbledon chances until the day he retires, so illustrious is his record on the green grass of south west London.
But what about a first time winner at Wimbledon this year? Perrin thinks could see exactly that and he's backing Stefanos Tsitsipas to be the man who upsets the status quo.
There's arguably even more reason to think we could see a surprise in the women's draw, with Ashleigh Barty 6.86/1 the narrow favourite following her victory at the French Open.
Barty is followed in the betting by Serena Williams 7.06/1 who, just like Federer in the men's, can never been written off having won here seven times, although not for three years now.
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