It’s been a few months since the Williams sisters have been the focus of the tennis sports gambling world, but right now they have center stage. With women’s tennis as competitive as it’s been in the online sports gambling era there was no real favorite entering this year’s Wimbledon sports gambling tournament.
However, after seeing top players drop out early on, it now appears that the Venus and Serena are on a crash course to an all-Williams final at this year’s sports gambling grass Grand Slam. Injuries and off-court matters have hampered the Williams’ performance in the sports gambling over the past 18 months.
It’s not as though they’ve been awful, they both picked up a sports gambling Grand Slam title in 2007 and Venus is the defending online sports gambling champ at Wimbledon. But if not bothered by injuries and family tragedy, it seems as though these talented sisters could have done more in the sports gambling competition.
But now that both are healthy and focused they are as good as anyone on the women’s tour when it comes to sports gambling, if not better. Despite their respective slip in the world online sports gambling rankings these women are still the best in the world when their game is on.
With the sudden retirement of Justine Henin and the early losses by Maria Sharapova and Ana Ivanovic, the tournament seems all but theirs. It’s been a few years since the days when almost every Grand Slam event was an all-Williams affair and there is no doubt such a match up would be great for sports gambling and women’s’ tennis.
Of course, both players have been known to choke at big events, but this year it seems different. Sports gambling fans point out that grass is real strong suit for the Williams as they’re monster serves hold opponents captive and their strong baseline strokes make decent returns all but impossible.
As such, it’s probably safe to say that a Williams will win the sports gambling at Wimbledon this year.