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Wimbledon Odds & Betting Picks

Wimbledon - also known as simply ‘The Championships’ - is the oldest tennis tournament in the world - first taking place in 1877 and takes place every summer at the All-England Club in London. The event takes place on grass and is the culmination of the very short grass-court season.

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When and Where are the 2021 Wimbledon Championships being held?

The Lawn Tennis Association (confirmed the 2021 Grand Slam event will go ahead in with all of the world’s best players set to grace the grass courts of SW19 once more. The event will run from Monday, June 28th through to Sunday 11 July.

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Who have been the most successful players at the event?

Being a grass-court tournament, this event - more than others - has been seen as one where players with a strong serving game are likely to do well. In the past two generations, two players have dominated the event on the men's side of the draw. In the 1990s 'Pistol' Pete Sampras used his powerful serve/volley game to overwhelm his opponents. He would win the event seven times between 1993 and 2000 with 1996 being the only year when he didn't lift the trophy.

The other player who ruled the roost in recent times has been Roger Federer. The Swiss marvel was the man who ended Pete Sampras' run at SW19 in 2001 but wouldn't lift the famous trophy himself until 2003. This was the first of five straight years when he was crowned Wimbledon Men's Singles Champion. He would win the event on three other occasions meaning he has eight titles to his name.

Novak Djokovic and Bjorn Borg have both won the event five times.

Over on the women's side of the draw, it is Martina Navratilova who holds the record for the most wins. The US-based Czechoslovak-born player won the Women's Singles event on no fewer than nine occasions between 1978 and 1990. Steffi Graf has seven wins to her name and the Williams' sisters also had great records in South West London with Serena winning seven times and Venus five.

What happened in 2020?

Due to Coronavirus - the 2020 edition was canceled.

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