10. British number one Andy Murray is seeded third for Wimbledon, having won his fourth Queen’s title on the grass just a fortnight ago. The 28-year-old is 3.40 to win the championships.
9. Murray has reached the semi-final or better in his previous three Wimbledon tournaments after winning at Queen’s (2009, 2011 and 2013). He is 1.45 to make the last-four.
8. World number one and defending Wimbledon champion Novak Djokovic is 2.35 to win the tournament. He has reached the final in three of his last four visits and boasts an 85% win record on the SW19 grass.
7. Second seed Roger Federer boasts seven Wimbledon titles and has already won four tournaments this year — including a record eighth Halle triumph on grass. The Swiss is 7.50 to win the tournament.
6. Seven seeded players made the quarter-finals of the men’s draw in 2014. The last time fewer than five seeds reached the last-eight was in 2008 and a price of 6.50 is available for just five seeds to progress this time.
5. Serena Williams is favourite in the women’s draw to win a sixth Wimbledon title, which would put her ahead of sister Venus for singles wins at SW19. Williams (20) is still four off Margaret Court’s record of 24 Grand Slam titles and is 2.75 to make it 21.
4. 2014 champion Petra Kvitova is 4.50 to win the championships but has not played since a last-16 exit at the French Open. She has won just two titles all season (Sydney and Madrid).
3. World number 10 Rafael Nadal has lost 10 of his 33 matches on the ATP Tour this season. Just two of his 66 career titles have come in 2015 and the Spaniard is 18.00 to win Wimbledon.
2. Jiri Vesely boasts the record for fastest serve ever recorded at Wimbledon (143mph in 2014). The Czech is 14.00 to record the fastest serve of 2015, with Milos Raonic favourite at 2.20.
1. Last week at Queen’s Feliciano Lopez and John Isner broke the record for most aces (65) in a best-of-three-sets match on the ATP Tour. Isner is 5.00 to serve the most aces at Wimbledon.