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Wimbledon Betting Odds Preview

Get the grass cut. Wimbledon betting begins in England on Monday, with tennis' best looking to pick up a Grand Slam title at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club.

On the men's side this year it looks like a three-man race for the championship. If you were to look at the results from the last eight years at Wimbledon you would probably want to put your money on either Rafael Nadal or Roger Federer. In the last eight years at Wimbledon either Nadal or Federer has won the men's title.

Nadal is the defending men's champion and he's the  favorite at Bovada at 2/1. In last year's final Nadal defeated Tomas Berdych, and he beat Federer in the final in his other Wimbledon win in 2008. Nadal won his sixth French Open championship last month and should be the man to  beat in England.

To repeat at Wimbledon Nadal will likely have to get through Federer or Novak Djokovic at some point. Federer used to own Wimbledon with six championships, but he's the third seed this year and a 9/4 underdog at Bovada. Djokovic hadn't lost a single match this season before falling to Federer at the French. Djokovic, the No. 2 seed and a 5/2 underdog at Bovada, has reached the semis at Wimbledon twice before but is still looking for his first trip to the Wimbledon final.

On the women's side the field is more open due to the recent injuries problems hounding both of the Williams sisters, Serena and Venus.

Serena, the defending and four-time Wimbledon champion, made her 2011 debut last week  after recovering from numerous injuries. In her debut at the AEGON International she lost in the second round. Serena's game may still be rusty, but she's still the co-favorite at Bovada along with 2004 Wimbledon champ Maria Sharapova at 4/1.

Venus also made her return from a hip injury last week at the AEGON in her first match since retiring at the Australian Open. She made it to the quarterfinals before getting knocked out. Venus has won at Wimbledon five times and could be worth taking a chance on at Bovada as a 13/2 underdog.

Also listed at 13/2 at Bovada is French Open champion Li Na. She also reached the Australian Open final earlier this season where she lost to Kim Clijsters. Na has never advanced beyond the quarterfinals at Wimbledon before, but considering her solid play so far this season it wouldn't be surprising to see her break through this year.

Odds to Win Wimbledon at Bovada

Women's Draw
Maria Sharapova 4/1
Serena Williams 4/1
Li Na 13/2
Venus Williams 13/2
Caroline Wozniacki 8/1
Petra Kvitova 8/1
Vera Zvonareva 12/1
Victoria Azarenka 12/1
Samantha Stotsur 25/1
Andrea Petkovic 28/1
Daniela Hantuchova 28/1
Marion Bartoli 28/1
Jelena Jankovic 33/1
Sabine Lisicki 33/1
Ana Ivanovic 40/1
Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova 40/1
Julia Goerges 40/1
Svetlana Kuznetsova 40/1
Yanina Wickmayer 50/1
Aqnieszka Radwanska 66/1
Francesca Schiavone 66/1
Alisa Kleybanova 100/1
Flavia Pennetta 100/1
Kaia Kanepi 100/1
Lucie Safarova 100/1
Tsvetana Pironkova 100/1
Maria Jose Martinez-Sanchez 125/1
Nadia Petrova 125/1
Aravane Rezai 150/1
Jie Zheng 150/1
Shahar Peer 150/1
Laura Robson 250/1

Men's Draw
Rafael Nadal 2/1
Roger Federer 9/4
Novak Djokovic 5/2
Andy Murray 5/1
Juan Martin Del Potro 16/1
Robin Soderling 25/1
Andy Roddick 33/1
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 33/1
Tomas Berdych 33/1
John Isner 40/1
Milos Raonic 50/1
Marin Cilic 66/1
Richard Gasquet 66/1
Mardy Fish 80/1
David Nalbandian 100/1
Gael Monfils 100/1
Ivo Karlovic 100/1
Sam Querrey 100/1
Alexandr Dolgopolov 125/1
Ernests Gulbis 125/1
Fernando Verdasco 125/1
Lleyton Hewitt 125/1
Stanislas Wawrinka 125/1
David Ferrer 150/1
Feliciano Lopez 150/1
Ivan Ljubicic 150/1
Jurgen Melzer 150/1
Kevin Anderson 150/1
Mikhail Youzhny 150/1
Nikolay Davydenko 150/1
Jarkko Nieminen 200/1
Marcos Baghdatis 200/1
Michael Llodra 200/1
Philipp Kohlschrieber 200/1
Radek Stepanek 200/1
Viktor Troicki 200/1
Denis Istomin 250/1
Yen-Hsun Lu 250/1
Nicolas Almagro 300/1
Nicolas Mahut 300/1