Serena Williams (-200)
What's not to like about Serena? She's coming off a Grand Slam title at Roland Garros and is a five-time winner at Wimbledon, including last year.
Maria Sharapova (+550)
Sharapova finished runner-up to Williams at the French Open and returns to Wimbledon, where she broke out in 2004. She's 37–9 all time at the All England Club.
Victoria Azarenka (+700)
Azarenka has been to the semis at Wimbledon the past two years. She's coming off a semifinal run at Roland Garros and has a 20–7 career record at Wimbledon.
Petra Kvitova (+1,600)
There's solid value in Kvitova on the lawn. She won the 2011 title and is 16–4 all time at Wimbledon. Kvitova went to the third round at the French Open and made it to the quarters at Wimbledon last year.
Li Na (+3,500)
Li Na was shocked in the second round of the French Open and has battled through ankle ailments in 2013. She has been limited to the second round at Wimbledon the past two years, with a 13–6 career mark there.
Agnieszka Radwanska (+5,000)
Radwanska made the final at Wimbledon last year, losing to Williams in three sets. She's reached the quarterfinals at both Grand Slams this year and is providing nice long-shot value at Wimbledon.
Sabine Lisicki (+6,000)
Lisicki made a semifinals appearance in 2011 but bowed out in the quarters last year. She has a nice record at the All England Club, going 13–4 all-time.
Angelique Kerber (+6,000)
Kerber reached the semis at Wimbledon last year and has been to the fourth round in the past two Grand Slam events. She has a 32–22 career record at Grand Slams.
Sloane Stephens (+8,000)
Stephens is among three players priced at +8,000 (Venus Williams and Samantha Stosur). The 20-year-old American made it to the third round in just her second showing at Wimbledon last year.
Caroline Wozniacki (+10,000)
Wozniacki is still searching for her first Grand Slam title. The former World's No. 1 hasn't been able to crack the fourth round at Wimbledon and couldn't get out of the first round last year.
Ana Ivanovic (+12,500)
Ivanovic hasn't made much noise at the Grand Slams in recent years, but at least she's easy on the eyes. A 2007 semifinal showing is her highlight at Wimbledon, where she has a 20–8 all-time record.
Andrea Petkovic (+12,500)
A knee injury kept Petkovic on the shelf for most of 2012 but she had a solid 2011 campaign, including a third-round effort at Wimbledon.
Laura Robson (+12,500)
The 19-year-old Brit has the home-field edge at Wimbledon, where she's just 1-4 all time.
Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova (+15,000)
Pavlyuchenkova made the quarters at the Aussie and French Open this year but has fallen in the first round at Wimbledon the past two years.
11/6/2013 11:16:00 AM
Celebrity Prop Odds: Orlando Bloom's Next Girlfriend
For those of you who aren't into the Lord of the Rings movies, the name Orlando Bloom may draw a blank. All you need to know is the guy just broke it off with his supermodel wife, Miranda Kerr, and is back on the market. What a dummy. PaddyPower.com has odds out on the English actor's next gal pal.
11/20/2013 1:20:00 PM
Hockey Heartbreakers: NHL Ice Girls
The NHL Ice Girl is one of the most underrated cheerleaders in sports. Not only is she getting the fans fired up and giving us something nice to look at but she's actually putting in work, clearing the ice. Here's a look the sexiest girls to wield a shovel.
10/25/2013 3:28:00 PM
NBA Championship Faves And Their Dancers
The NBA season is about to kick off. We take a look at the NBA title favorites - and their lovely dance squads - before the 2013-14 schedule begins.
10/3/2013 4:18:00 PM
Which Simpsons Character Will Be Killed Off?
The Simpsons are planning to kill off one of their popular characters this season. William Hill has released odds on the favorites to be erased from the popular animated series.
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This is a 1* Free Play on the Atlanta Falcons (@1:00 PM EST)
This game would have been top billing last season but is far off the radar this year with injuries and poor play has made it dog of a matchup. The Washington Redskins come off a 10-45 loss at home to the Kansas City Chiefs to sit at 3-10 SU and ATS. The Atlanta Falcons come off a narrow 21-22 loss at Green Bay to move to 3-10 SU and 5-8 ATS. While these teams’ records are the same its obvious that the Falcons are the better team here and should easily cover this spread. Atlanta has covered the spread in three straight games now and is showing some life. The Falcons won last year’s meeting 24-17 in Washington. The Redskins have lost five in a row and failed to cover the spread in any of those games. With Mike Shanahan looking to be on the chopping block and things in chaos with RG3 comments I don’t see this team as prepared as it should be. Lay the points with Atlanta.