Wimbledon Tennis Betting Odds, Predictions and Draw of Play

Wimbledon Tennis Betting Odds

Focus shifts towards Wimbledon in the central areas of London as it’s time for the third Grand Slam tournament of the year. The Wimbledon tournament, the oldest and most prestigious tennis tournaments of them all, will be held from June 27 to July 10 with some of the best players featuring.

All odds in this text are from BetMGM

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Wimbledon 2022 Winner Odds

We will get to see some of the best players compete in this year’s Wimbledon. Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, Stefanos Tsitsipas and Carlos Alcaraz are just some of the names featuring and in the women’s singles we find the unbeatable Iga Świątek among others.

Wimbledon Men’s Singles Winner Odds

Novak Djokovic -125
Matteo Berrettini +600
Rafael Nadal +650
Carlos Alcaraz +800
Félix Auger-Aliassime +1200
Hubert Hurkacz +1400
Nick Kyrgios +1400
Marin Čilić +2000
Denis Shapovalov +2500

Wimbledon Women’s Singles Winner Odds

Iga Świątek +150
Coco Gauff +1000
Ons Jabeur +1000
Simona Halep +1200
Serena Williams +1400
Emma Raducanu +1400
Paula Badosa +1600
Belinda Bencic +1800
Bianca Andreescu +2000

It’s a strong field of seeded players going into this year’s Wimbledon tournament. In the men’s singles, Novak Djokovic is favored to bring home his fourth straight Wimbledon victory, having won in 2018, 2019 and 2021. The 2020 year’s tournament was canceled due to ongoing Coronavirus. Djokovic can currently be backed at -125 to win the tournament.

As for the women’s singles, Iga Świątek is a clear favorite to run the show at Wimbledon. The 21-year old Polish player has had a superb career so far and nothing seems to stop her progress. Świątek has, despite her young age, already won two Grand Slam tournaments, Roland Garros in 2020 and 2022. Moreover, she’s already won six trophies(!) in 2022 and is without doubt entering the Wimbledon tournament as the queen of women’s singles tennis. The pressure on Świątek will be immense and with a Wimbledon winner odds of +150, the predictions are that anything other than a first Wimbledon championship for the polish superstar will come as a huge surprise for both fans and oddsmakers.

Wimbledon 2022 Betting Predictions

There’s no doubt that Wimbledon 2022 is Novak Djokovic’ tournament to lose. Djokovic has won the three previous Wimbledon tournaments and has a fourth title in sight. His physical style of play with powerful and penetrating serves provide him with the perfect equipment to go far into the tournament. There should, however, be raised questions regarding the current status of Djokovic as he’s only managed to win one of the all tournaments he has featured in so far during 2022. Another bet for the men’s singles Wimbledon winner would instead be Matteo Berrettini who’s made for playing on Wimbledon’s grass surface. The Italian has proved to be one of the most effective players on grass and with his resilient forehand he should, with the right draw, be able to surprise one or two opponents in this year’s tournament.

If the men’s singles tournament has a clear favorite in Novak Djokovic, it’s nothing compared to the women’s singles. Iga Świątek is currently the name on everyone's lips and the Polish is a massive favorite to bring home her first ever Wimbledon trophy this year. Without any signs of weaknesses, Świątek has completely dominated the women’s singles for the last couple of years and soon the only thing missing in her trophy cabinet is the Wimbledon trophy. Let be that grass is not her favored surface, Świątek is simply too good right now in the eyes of the oddsmakers to not make her the favorite to win the title.

The main contender for the trophy is Ons Jabeur who compared to Świątek has a playing style better suited for the grass surface. Jabeur has played some excellent tennis this year and except for her early exit in the Roland Garros, she’s proved that she doesn’t fear any opponent. If you’re looking for a Wimbledon winner odds which offers slightly more value than Świątek, then Jabeur to win Wimbledon 2022 at +1000 is an interesting pick.

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Author: Dan Anderson