The coronavirus may not dress in all white, but it’s already forced a few Wimbledon 2022 participants to withdraw from the most prestigious tennis tournament. The good news is Novak Djokovic, Rafa Nadal and Serena Williams have all returned to the All England Club, while Naomi Osaka will miss this year’s major due to an Achilles injury. 2024 Wimbledon tennis betting odds are on the board and this grand slam guide’s purpose is to teach you how to bet on Wimbledon.

 

2024 The Championships, Wimbledon Odds

2022 Men’s Wimbledon Odds

As you may have guessed, Novak Djokovic is the heavy odds favorite – and only player at minus money -175 – to win Wimbledon again. The Serbian tennis guru has won the tournament three consecutive times and six times overall. Rafa Nadal is the only other player with better than 12-to-1 odds. Up and coming Spaniard Carlos Alcaraz enjoys the third-best odds at 12-to-1 along with Felix Auger-Aliassime. We’ll need to keep an eye on Nadal’s health as it took a miracle for him to get ready in time for the French Open.

Player Odds to Win Wimbledon
Novak Djokovic -175
Rafael Nadal +450
Carlos Alcaraz +1200
Felix Auger-Aliassime +1200
Stefanos Tsitsipas +1600
Nick Kyrgios +2000
Andy Murray +3000
Denis Shapovalov +5000
Taylor Fritz +6600
Cameron Norrie +8000
Casper Ruud +8000
Alex De Minaur +10000
Jannik Sinner +10000
Roberto Bautista-Agut +10000
Daniel Evans +12500
Tim Van Rijthoven +12500
Alejandro Davidovich Fokina +20000
Alexander Bublik +20000

How to Read Wimbledon Match Odds

Here’s a quick tutorial on how to read the most popular Wimbledon tennis betting odds.

Player Spread Moneyline Total
Rafael Nadal +2.5 +115 45O
Novak Djokovic -2.5 -185 45U

When betting the SPREAD, you’re wagering on how many games the tennis player will win by. So, in the example above, Djokovic needs to win by 3-or-more games to cover the spread or Nadal needs to lose by 2-or-fewer games OR win the match outright.

When betting the MONEYLINE, you’re simply betting on which player you think will win the match outright. If you like the favorite Djokovic, you’ll need to wager $185 for every $100 you’d like to win. If you like Nadal to pull off the upset, wager $100 to win $115.

The match total is Over/Under how many games will be played. In this example the total line is Over/Under 45 games. Should Sinner-Rinderknech play exactly 20 games, the bet is a PUSH, and you’re original wager is returned to you.

2022 Women’s Wimbledon Odds

Iga Swiatek has only played five Wimbledon matches in her career and yet is the heavy favorite over Ons Jabeur to win. At +125, Swiatek – who is the No. 1 tennis player in the world – would continue her meteoric rise up through the WTA after ranking 17th on the tour at the end of 2020.

Osaka pulled out of Wimbledon 2022 after getting knocked out of the French Open in the first round. Her Achilles injury is wreaking havoc on her on-court prowess, but she just signed a deal with LeBron James’ production company.

Ons Jabeur possesses the second-best odds at 5-to-1, while Jelana Ostapenko and Petra Kvitova boast 12-to-1 odds. Coco Gauff, who performed quite well at Roland-Garros – owns 14-to-1 odds to win Wimbledon and Serena Williams checks in at 20-to-1.

Player Odds to Win Wimbledon
Iga Swiatek +125
Ons Jabeur +500
Jelena Ostapenko +1200
Petra Kvitova +1200
Cori Gauff +1400
Simona Halep +1600
Angelique Kerber +2000
Emma Raducanu +2000
Serena Williams +2000
Maria Sakkari +2500
Anett Kontaveit +3300
Bianca Andreescu +3300
Amanda Anisimova +4000
Karolina Pliskova +4000
Garbine Muguruza +5000
Barbora Krejcikova +6600
Camila Giorgi +6600
Alison Riske +8000

2022 Wimbledon Favorites

Novak Djokovic Wimbledon favorite 2021
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Novak Djokovic (-175)

The Joker is two Wimbledon titles shy of tying Roger Federer’s record eight. He’s won the prestigious tournament three straight times and six times dating back to 2011.

He’s won more than 88% of his Wimbledon matches throughout his career.

Iga Swiatek Wimbledon 2022 Odds
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Iga Swiatek (+125)

Heading into the 2022 French Open, Swiatek boasted a 37-3 record this season.

She reached the Round of 16 in last year’s Wimbledon tournament, before falling to 21st-ranked Ons Jabeur.

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Rafa Nadal (+450)

Fresh off his record 14th French Open title, Rafa Nadal returns to the All-England Club in search of his first Wimbledon title since 2010. He’s 53-12 all-time.

Ons Jabeur 2022 Wimbledon Odds
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Ons Jabeur (+500)

While she’s won nearly 66% of her matches on grass, Jabeur is a pedestrian 8-6 at Wimbledon. She did win the Berlin tune-up tournament in early-June, beating Coco Gauff en route to the title.

Carlos Alcaraz Wimbledon 2022 Odds
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Carlos Alcaraz (+1200)

Some say Carlos will pick up the torch when Rafa Nadal retires. Still only 19 years old, he’s the 6th ranked player in the world and a 5-to-1 favorite to win Wimbledon.

He lost to Daniil Medvedev in straight sets last year.

Jelena Ostapenko Wimbledon Odds 2022
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Jelena Ostapenko (+1200)

She’s 34-17 on grass all-time, but a respectable 12-6 at Wimbledon if you’re looking for a player with some odds value on the board and if you’re interested in fading Swiatek.

2022 Wimbledon Event Details

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Wimbledon Schedule

The Championships, Wimbledon will begin on June 27 and run through July 10, 2022.

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How to Watch

In the United States, Wimbledon 2022 will air on ESPN and ESPN2. Additional coverage can be found on the Tennis Channel.

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Defending Champs

Novak Djokovic is your defending men’s champion after defeating Matteo Berrettini in four sets, while Ashleigh Barty went out on top as the women’s champ defeating Karolína Plíšková,  6–3, 6–7, 6–3.

Serena Williams 2022 Wimbledon Odds

Serena Williams’ last match came exactly one year ago at Wimbledon 2021 when she was forced to retire due to an ankle injury. Various ailments have kept her off the court ever since, but she’s worked hard to make one last comeback, shaking off retirement rumors. Odds at Bovada have Williams 20-to-1 to win Wimbledon 2022, an achievement last enjoyed in 2016 when she earned her 7th grass court grand slam title.

Last 10 Wimbledon Champions

Year Men’s Champion Women’s Champion
2021 Novak Djokovic Ashleigh Barty
2020 No Tournament (Pandemic) No Tournament (Pandemic)
2019 Novak Djokovic Simona Halep
2018 Novak Djokovic Angelique Kerber
2017 Roger Federer Garbiñe Muguruza
2016 Andy Murray Serena Williams
2015 Novak Djokovic Serena Williams
2014 Novak Djokovic Petra Kvitová
2013 Andy Murray Marion Bartoli
2012 Roger Federer Serena Williams
2011 Novak Djokovic Petra Kvitova

Tennis Grand Slam Events

With Wimbledon the most prestigious of them all, the annual tennis grand slam consists of four major tournaments.

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Wimbledon’s grass court.

Australian Open

2022 Dates: January 17 – 30
Location: Melbourne, Australia
Surface: Hard Court
Defending Champs: Rafa Nadal and Ashleigh Barty (2022)

French Open

2022 Dates: May 22 – June 5
Location: Paris, France
Surface: Clay
Defending Champs: Rafa Nadal, Iga Świątek (2022)

Wimbledon

2022 Dates: June 27 – July 10
Location: London, United Kingdom
Surface: Grass
Defending Champs: Novak Djokovic, Ashleigh Barty (2021)

U.S. Open

2022 Dates: August 29 – September 11
Location: New York, New York, USA
Surface: Hard Court
Defending Champs: Daniil Medvedev, Emma Raducanu (2021)

Wimbledon History & Traditions

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Oldest Tennis Tournament

Founded in 1877, the inaugural Wimbledon tournament featured only men’s singles events. The ladies singles draw was added at the All England Croquet and Lawn Tennis Club in 1884. The amateur era lasted until 1967 when the open era welcomed professionals to the prestigious tournament.

In 1927, the first players ever seeded were Rene Lacoste (pic, and yes, the alligator apparel guy) and Helen Wills.

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World War II

As previously mentioned, prior to the global pandemic of 2020, Wimbledon was only cancelled due to World War I and World War II. The Nazi bombing campaign of London in 1940 was so intense, one bomb actually hit the Centre Court and damaged 1,200 seats that weren’t repaired until 1947.

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Dress Code

The first rule of Fight Club is we don’t talk about Fight Club. The most important rule of Wimbledon is: wear white. Tournament organizers allow for a touch of color accents on a player’s tennis apparel, but it can only be one centimeter wide and only in certain locations of the garment. Oh, and no logos of any kind are permitted.

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Mr. & Mrs. & Miss

While most betting odds will refer to Wimbledon’s men’s and women’s draws, they’re actually deemed the Gentlemen’s and Ladies inside the comfy confines of the All England club.

Through the 2008 tournament, female players were referred to by Miss or Mrs. and, if married, their husband’s last name featured on the scoreboard. Since 2009, female tennis players’ full names have donned the scoreboard.

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Strawberries and Cream

Hungry at Wimbledon? The primary snack du jour is strawberries and cream. According to the tournament’s official site, 10,000 litres of cream and 28,000 kg of strawberries are served every year.

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The Trophies

The winner of the Gentlemen’s single draw earns a silver gilt cup. It’s been awarded to the winner since 1887. The real trophy remains at the All-England Club, while the winner receives a replica with all the past champions names inscribed on it.

In a bit of a different trophy twist, the ladies singles champ gets a sterling silver plate known as the Venus Rosewater Dish. They, too, receive a replica to display on their mantle while the original remains in London.

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