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Wimbledon odds: Seven contenders still standing at the All England Club

We're heading towards the second week of Wimbledon and already four of the top-10 contenders have been eliminated from the third Grand Slam of the year.

Alexander Zverev and Stefanos Tsistipas both fell at the first hurdle, while Marin Cilic and Kevin Anderson followed in the second round.

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Defending champion Novak Djkokovic was the 11/8 pre-tournament favourite in the Wimbledon men's odds but his performances have seen him cut to odds-on.

Below are the latest Wimbledon betting odds ahead of what should be a fascinating second week.

Novak Djokovic

Odds: 4/5
Age: 32
Grand Slam titles: 15
Wimbledon titles: 4

The Serb won his first two matches in straight sets for the loss of just 18 games and was a comfortable winner against Poland's Hubert Kurkacz despite losing a second-set tie-break.

Some tricky obstacles in his path to the final have been removed with defeats for Kevin Anderson and Karen Khachanov in the third round so Djokovic is going to take some beating.

Chances: If he can maintain the momentum from the first week, Djokovic will prove very difficult to stop.

Roger Federer

Odds: 3/1
Age: 37
Grand Slam titles: 20
Wimbledon titles: 8

Eight-time champion Federer got off to a rocky start having lost the opening set against South African Lloyd Harris but dropped just five games thereon to reach the second round where he beat Britain's Jay Clarke.

The second-seeded Swiss was taken to a tie-break in the second set but otherwise it was a comfortable win for Federer who remains the same price in the Wimbledon winner odds as he was at the start of the tournament.

Chances: Does not look as invincible as he did during his peak, but still looks on course for a semi-final spot at least.

Rafael Nadal

Odds: 5/1
Age: 33
Grand Slam titles: 18
Wimbledon titles: 2

The 18-time Grand Slam winner has been cut slightly from 6/1 to 5/1 in the Wimbledon odds after overcoming a tough second-round grudge match against controversial Aussie Nick Kyrgios.

The Spaniard, who destroyed Yuichi Sugita in the opening round, looked pumped up at the end of the match which had been dominated in the build-up by their fall-out in Acapulco.

Chances: Was the better player against Kyrgios and the way looks clear for a deep run.

Milos Raonic

Odds: 20/1
Age: 28
Grand Slam titles: 0
Wimbledon titles: 0

The big-serving Canadian now finds himself fourth favourite in the Wimbledon betting odds after winning his first three matches against Prajnesh Gunneswaran, Robin Haase and Reilly Opelka in straight sets.

Raonic has been troubled by injury over the last few years and was struggling with a back problem in the build-up to the tournament, but seems to be fine although one suspects he is never far away from another retirement.

Chances: A fourth successive quarter-final appearance looks on the cards and possibly a place in the last four as long as his body holds up.

Kei Nishikori

Odds: 33/1
Age: 29
Grand Slam titles: 0
Wimbledon titles: 0

Nishikori has entered the conversation about potential winners after straight-set victories over Thiago Monteiro and Cameron Norrie, meaning he is one of just four of the top 10 seeds remaining.

The Japanese has reached the last four Grand Slam quarter-finals but has two potentially tough matches before he can think about making it five.

Chances: Looked impressive against Norrie but unlikely to finally get his hands on a Grand Slam trophy as his serve lacks power.

Matteo Berrettini

Odds: 35/1
Age: 23
Grand Slam titles: 0
Wimbledon titles: 0

Berrettini has dropped from 28/1 to 35/1 in the Wimbledon odds despite a relatively smooth run at Wimbledon.

However, Federer is likely to be his fourth-round opponent if he overcomes Argentinean Diego Schwartzman.

Chances: Should make the second week but Federer awaits.

Roberto Bautista Agut

Odds: 60/1
Age: 31
Grand Slam titles: 0
Wimbledon titles: 0

The Spaniard has enjoyed a sparkling Wimbledon campaign, winning all three matches against Peter Gojowczyk, Steve Darcis and 10th seed Khachanov in straight sets.

Bautista Agut's impressive win against the Russian means he is appearing in the fourth round for the third time in last four appearances and he could go further.

Chances: Benoit Paire stands in the way of a second Grand Slam quarter-final appearance this year and on paper that looks a winnable tie.

Warren Barner
@warren_barner in Tennis