As you already know Wimbledon was canceled for 2020 and tennis fans all around the world are pretty frustrated with the current development in the tennis world. They were hoping to see some good tennis this summer, plus the Olympic Games, but unfortunately, that is not going to happen.
What might save the season are Roland Garros and the US Open's intentions to organize the competition despite all the critics and pressure from various sides. If they provide all the possible safety measures, guidelines, and resources that would fully protect players' health, this is something that could work out.
For one brief moment, we will be checking out the current odds for the winners if these two tournaments before coming back to our main topic, which is Wimbledon.
US Open 2020 Odds
The US Open is the one that starts earlier, and we are going to check out odds for it first. In the men's competition, the No.1 favorite is Novak Djokovic with 6/4, and way behind him are Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer. Nadal to win is 4/1, FedEx 8/1. Last year's finalist Daniil Medvedev is 11/1.
According to bookies, in the ladies' part of the competition, the situation is much more interesting. Serena Williams is 8/1, Bianca Andreescu 9/1, and Ashleigh Barty and Simona Halep both sit at 10/1.
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French Open 2020 Odds
Roland Garros decided to change the time of its tournament, causing fury among other organizers and the entire ATP organization. Still, the people in charge of one of the most romantic sports events in the world weren't touched by that at all, and they kept on going with their plan regardless of all the comments.
When comparing the odds here with the ones at Flushing, we see that there are a lot of differences.
Rafael Nadal is the No.1 favorite in the gents' competition 1/1, followed by Djokovic 16/5. Dominic Thiem is 4/1, and Stefanos Tsitsipas 18/1. There is no Federer and Medvedev here. The same is with the ladies. Simona Halep tops the list, 5/1, Ashleigh Barty is 9/1, Kiki Bertens 11/1, and Bianca Andreescu 12/1.
No doubt, it would be interesting to watch these two tournaments.
Now, to get back to Wimbledon.
There were a lot of reactions after the decision to cancel this year's tournament. The majority were negative, as many believed that there could be some sort of a model that would keep the players safe while playing.
Then again, things are tricky in these types of situations, and nobody can guarantee that there won't be any slips during the organization. Therefore, players and the organizers have all the rights to back out from the tournament.
The top favorite for winning the trophy in London is Novak Djokovic, who is searching his third win in a row. Last year, the Joker defeated Roger Federer in the finals, capturing his fifth trophy at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club.
With 13/8, he is ahead of Nadal, 7/1, Federer 9/1, and Stefanos Tsitsipas. On the other side, the ladies' part of the tournament is much more interesting. Barty is the top favorite, 13/2, Serena comes next 8/1, same as Simona Halep and inches ahead of Petra Kvitova, 9/1.
Be ready to see some surprises because of the Olympic Games. The schedule will be very tight, and some of the players might sacrifice one tournament because of another. We've seen that in the past a few times, so do remember this data.