Wimbledon Odds women

Wimbledon 2020 for women: Winner

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Ashleigh Barty7.007.00
Simona Halep7.007.00
Serena Williams11.007.00
Karolína Plíšková11.0011.00
Petra Kvitova15.007.00
Naomi Osaka15.0011.00
Angelique Kerber17.0013.00
Johanna Konta21.0021.00
Elina Svitolina23.0017.00
Amanda Anisimova23.0021.00
Bianca Vanessa Andreescu23.0021.00
Madison Keys23.0021.00
Sloane Stephens23.0021.00
Garbiñe Muguruza26.0023.00
Cori Gauff34.0026.00
Kiki Bertens34.0026.00
Belinda Bencic34.0029.00
Dayana Yastremska34.0034.00
Markéta Vondroušová34.0034.00
Victoria Azarenka34.0034.00
Donna Vekic41.0041.00
Aryna Sabalenka67.0021.00
Julia Görges67.0051.00
Anett Kontaveit81.0034.00
Jelena Ostapenko81.0034.00
Maria Sharapova81.0067.00
Barbora Strýcová81.0081.00
Maria Sakkari81.0081.00
Shuai Zhang81.0081.00
Petra Martic101.0041.00
Caroline Wozniacki101.0051.00
Caroline Garcia101.0067.00
Anastasija Sevastova101.00101.00
Camila Giorgi101.00101.00
Coco Vandeweghe101.00101.00
Danielle Rose Collins101.00101.00
Daria Kasatkina101.00101.00
Elise Mertens101.00101.00
Kristina Mladenovic101.00101.00
Su-Wei Hsieh101.00101.00
Sofia Kenin151.0051.00
Venus Williams151.00101.00
Alizé Cornet151.00151.00
Elena Vesnina201.00201.00
Svetlana Kuznetsova201.00201.00
Carla Suárez Navarro251.00251.00
Daria Gavrilova251.00251.00
Heather Watson251.00251.00
Wang Qiang251.00251.00

Coco Gauff considering getting into the next year's championship

A day after her memorable performance in the Grand Slam came to an end, Coco already was thinking about getting into the next year's championship.

Talking to the AP at the All England Club, she said that there’s always place for improvement and that's what she is going to focus on, so that she can win the 2020 Wimbledon.

She was able to impress a whole lot of people, including other players, the media and millions of tennis fans around the planet, with her performance over the past 2 weeks.

Commenting on it, Richard Lewis (All England Club CE) said that a star has been born which is a good thing both for the sport and the competition.

Coco also acquired a number of milestones over the course of the competition, 1st she became the youngest player to qualify at the competition in the professional era. Then she made her main-draw debut at any major competition with a victory over 5-time Wimbledon champion Venus Williams (aged thirty-nine). And then she became the youngest player to reach Week two at the All England Club since 1991.

But which one is the most important to her?

Commenting on it, Coco said that the moment after she beat 5-time Wimbledon champion is something she'll never forget.

Coco's upcoming schedule is still not clear, there are two reasons for that, 1st is that she didn’t expect to still be in England. 2nd is her age which restricts her from taking part-in beyond a certain number of events during a tour.

But one thing that is clear from what she said to the AP is that, Coco knows she can get better. And she very much intends to.

This mentality has served her well so far; she was the U.S. Open junior runner-up at age 13, the French Open junior champion at 14.