Wimbledon is a betting bonanza every year and the bookies have installed Andy Murray as the second favourite to clinch the men's singles title.
Last year's beaten finalist Novak Djokovic is the 7/4 favourite to win at the All England Club, with Murray 3/1.
The Scot could face a semi-final clash with world number one Rafael Nadal, who is close behind in the betting on 4/1.
Meanwhile Roger Federer can be backed at 6/1 to earn his eighth Wimbledon title.
The odds on Grigor Dimitrov have shorted to 20/1 after his impressive victory at Queen's.
William Hill offer 100/1 that the 23-year-old Bulgarian wins Wimbledon and gets engaged to his girlfriend, Maria Sharapova, during the championships.
Rupert Adams, spokesman for the bookmaker, said: "Dimitrov and Sharapova are perhaps the most glamorous couple to ever play at Wimbledon and there is a chance that they could be taking both trophies home."
French Open champion Sharapova is the 5/1 second favourite behind Serena Williams, who is just 5/4 to scoop victory at SW19.
Caroline Wozniacki, who recently split from golfer fiancee Rory McIlroy, is on odds of 100/1.
Meanwhile Paddy Power have released odds on events that could happen off-court at Wimbledon.
The bookmaker has odds of 6/1 that England manager Roy Hodgson turns up as a spectator at Centre Court - presumably following defeat at the World Cup.
Punters can get 2/1 that the Centre Court roof will be used three or more times during the tournament, while Murray is 7/4 to give another emotional appearance on court by crying again.
Meanwhile he is 25/1 to support the campaign for Scottish independence by donating his Wimbledon prize money to Yes Scotland.
Perhaps the most bizarre odds available are 40/1 that his mother, Judy, launches her own clothing line this year.