The favorite on the men's side is No. 6 seed Novak Djokovic at +250 while women's side is all about Serena Williams, who is the +500 favorite.
Maria Sharapova, a five-time Grand Slam champion, could face a lengthy ban from tennis for failing a doping test during the Australian Open.
Lee Davy casts his view on what he constitutes as a cracking six-max table chocked full of star athletes.
Now that the US Open is only a few days away from starting, expectations for another wild Grand Slam tournament are pretty high.
The usual cast of favorites are back on the top of the list of oddsmakers with both world number 1 players, Novak Djokovic, and Serena Williams, leading the way
Oddsmakers have penciled in Novak Djokovic and Maria Sharapova as the front runners to win the 2012 Wimbledon Men's and Women's Tournament, respectively.
To no one's surprise, Nadal is the clear-cut favorite to win his seventh men's title at Rolland Garros while Williams has been pegged as the favorite to win her second French Open women's title.
The games were ugly, attitudes were sour and even the singing of the national anthem was bad, in an ugly weekend for women's US Open tennis
It's been a long and hard road back to Wimbledon for both Venus and Serena Williams. Both have had to overcome injuries and now both are in contention.
It may be the closest thing to being knighted for Andy Murray as he gets set for a possible match in front of the Queen of England at Wimbledon.