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2005 Wimbledon Championship Tennis Betting Odds

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2005 Wimbledon Betting

Jun 20, 2020
Centre Court Mon Jun 20
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Wimbledon has put up the biggest prize money in the history of tennis for its 2005 Wimbledon Championships, increasing the purse to more than 10 million (R116 million).

Wimbledon is the world's most prestigious competition but most of the betting options are those that it trades on the other events on the various tours. In simple terms, there are two types of Wimbledon betting odds: futures betting and match betting. Futures betting is the one with which novices are most familiar as betting on the championship winner is a concept that everyone grasps easily. Match betting is more complex as the possibilities are endless.

Wimbledon is hosted by the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club in South West London and has been going since 1877. Then there were 22 contestants and 200 spectators paid a shilling to enter. Today the final is always played on the famous Centre Court. The tournament features men's and women's singles, men's and women's doubles and mixed doubles. With so many matches there are Wimbledon betting opportunities galore.

No other tennis tournament is quite like Wimbledon. This year Roger Federer who is going for three wins in a row and Maria Sharapova will have to overcome fierce competition if they are to retain there titles. The 2004 French Open prize pot was 13.26 million euros (R104.5 million) while the 2005 Australian Open paid out 19.1 million Australian dollars. This year the Wimbledon men's singles champion will earn 630 000 (R7.3 million) while the champion woman will get 600 000 (R6.9 million). The 2005 Wimbledon Tennis tournament will run from 20 June to 3.

Its worth noting if you are lucky enough to attend the Wimbledon 2005 tournament you will find security has been stepped up. Cool boxes and hard sided hampers have been banned from this year's tennis tournament. Also spectators will be limited to just one bag each though officials insist they will still be able to picnic on Henman Hill where fans can view a giant television screen which allows those without tickets to watch the top action.

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WIMBLEDON, England, July 3, 2004 winners and results

 Switzerland's Roger Federer produced a awsome display to defeat fifth seed Andy Roddick 7-6 6-3 6-3 in the Wimbledon semi-finals on Centre Court.

Roddick beat 20-year-old Mario Ancic, 6-4, 4-6, 7-5, 7-5 to reach his first Wimbledon final and second Grand Slam championship match. He won last year's U.S. Open. It was the first Wimbledon men's final between the top two seeded players since 1982.

Federer's 23-match winning streak on grass ties him with three-time champion McEnroe and seven-time winner Pete Sampras. Only Bjorn Borg (41 straight) had a longer run.


Maria Sharapova won Wimbledon at age 17 Saturday, defeating two-time defending champion Serena Williams 6-1, 6-4.  Sharapova became the first Russian to win a Wimbledon singles title, and the third-youngest women's champion in history.

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