Ladbrokes Refund On Losing Wimbledon Finalist but Which Women will make it?
June 23, 2015
Which woman will win Wimbledon in 2015? As expected Serena Williams is the favourite but can someone stop her from winning her third Slam in 2015? Defending Champion Petra Kvitova will feel she’s among the hopes while others too mustn’t be discounted. If there’s a female you fancy to take out the title, back her to win the tournament before it begins with Ladbrokes, and you could get your money back if she isn’t the Champion.
Women’s Wimbledon Offer
Place a Women’s Wimbledon winner wager with Ladbrokes before the first round begins and you’ll get your money back if you selection is defeated in the final. That’s up to $100 returned if your player makes it all the way to the Championship Match but loses. Only your first bet on the tournament winner market is valid for a refund so take care in making your decision.
Williams Win Again
Serena Williams is around $2.75 to win Wimbledon. The World number one has already won the Australian and French Opens this year as her bid for a calendar Grand Slam remains on track. The 33 year old has won Wimbledon 5 times though her last triumph on the grass was back in 2012. She’s been knocked out in the fourth and third rounds respectively in the past 2 years but that may mean the American is due to go deep in 2015.
Can Kvitova Defend her Title?
Petra Kvitova is on the second line of betting at $4.50 to repeat last year’s Wimbledon win. She’s aiming to claim the trophy for a third time in 5 years having also been victorious in 2011. The 25 year old hasn’t had a great preparation though having recently pulled out of a lead up tournament with illness. The top seed now heads to the All England Club without playing any competitive grass-court tennis, having not played since her fourth-round exit in the French Open.
Maris Sharapova also fell in the fourth round at Roland Garros in an upset against Lucy Safarova. Perhaps that result and the fact she hasn’t managed to reach the quarter finals at Wimbledon since 2011 is the reason why she’s $10 to triumph in the third slam of the season. But the world number 4 is a fighter and knows what it takes to win Wimbledon having secured the silverware in 2004.