It’s time to put your favorite all white outfit on because the battle on the spotless grass courts of Wimbledon has begun and as always, the speculations about who will be the champ is in full bloom.
Top Ranked Players Are Out
With number one and two ranked Daniil Medvedev and Alexander Zverev both out, will we see Novak Djokovic raise the trophy in the end? There will be plenty of players pushing to be the last man standing and injured or not, you can never ignore Rafael Nadal.
Serena Williams Back for Another Grand Slam Title
The women’s draw is looking interesting as well. Polish superstar Iga Swiatek is on a 35-match unbeaten run, winning her past six tournaments and has become the obvious favorite. I’m sure Surelo Ons Jabeur and Coco Gauff won’t go silently into the night and fans are excited to see legendary Serena Williams back on the courts.
Here are some of the lucrative Wimbledon Specials being offered and I must say they all look interesting.
1) Fortune Jack – Wimbledon Free Bets
Predicting the champion before the tournament has started is not an easy task. Fortune Jack is putting you to the test with the Wimbledon Free Bets promotion.
Did You Say Free?
That’s right. All you have to do is to place your bet on who you believe will be the champion in this year’s tournament. If you are right, you will earn a massive Free Bet!
You can bet on live games as well
How to Qualify
In order to be eligible for this particular promo, you need to bet on at least 10 Wimbledon matches with a minimum of 0.5 mBTC. Make sure the odds is at least 1.4.
Win 10 mBTC on July 12th
Starting today, Wimbledon will run all the way to July 5th, when it’s time to declare the winner. You can win as much as 10 mBTC so make sure you visit Fortune Jack for all the information.
Should you be a winner, your Free Bet will be credited to you on July 12th.
2) Stake.com – Grass Season Special +4 Games Up Payout
This one is very interesting if you ask me. Just listen to this: if your player is leading by 4+ games in any set but ends up losing, you will get as much as $100 paid out regardless.
As you can see, this is not your regular promotion and who doesn’t love a Stake.com challenge?
Time to Bet
This promo is about pre-match, single bets on the winner only in any of the main draw matches.
Follow the games live and place bets as you go
Minimum Bet vs Maximum Winning
You need to make sure your bet is at least $5 and the most you can get back is $100.
If You’re Not First, You’re Last
Famous words spoken by Will Ferrell’s hilarious character Ricky Bobby in Talladega Nights. How is it applicable in this promotion? It’s because this is a first time offer only. Your first bet per match, per user and per household.
One last thing. If you are thinking about playing on both players in a match, don’t. You will be disqualified!
3) Cloudbet – Game, Set, Cash Out
It’s hard to believe that this year’s tournament will be the first since 1999 where we won’t see the silky smooth, 8-time champion Roger Federer.
Cloudbet is focusing on the outrights in both men’s and women’s and there are great odds to take advantage of.
Grab the odds at Cloudbet and run with them
What Are the Odds?
Take a look at some of the odds on offer and see if they trigger the competitor you have within.
- Novak Djokovic – 1.74
- Matteo Berrettini – 5.83
- Rafael Nadal – 7.43
- Carlos Alcaraz – 12.3
Iga Swiatek is on a hot streak
Who Is Going to Beat Swiatek?
There is an undeniable amount of talent among the women but will anyone be able to put a stop to or even any pressure whatsoever on the outstanding Iga Swiatek? It feels as if it’s her tournament to lose.
Here are the odds on some of the favorites by Cloudbet:
- Iga Swiatek – 2.36
- Ons Jabeur – 8.21
- Coco Gauff – 11.9
- Simona Halep – 15.9
Unfortunately I don’t have a crystal ball and the ability to tell you with certainty who the two champions will be. However, let’s just play around quickly.
Even with the top two ranked players out of the picture, I have a feeling that Djokovic’s tough year continues and he will not be the last man standing this year but I can’t tell you who will beat him.
Winning 35 matches in a row is just nuts but when the wolf pack is trying to hunt you down, sooner or later they will get you. The more you win, the closer you are to lose. This is why I predict that Iga Swiatek’s unbeaten streak will come to an end during this year’s tournament.
Do you agree?
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