Wimbledon is one of the biggest tournaments in the tennis calendar – and it is back for 2021. We’ll be taking a look at the best Tennis betting offers during the two-week competition. Plus, check out the latest Wimbledon odds and tips for the men’s, women’s and doubles championships.
All the big names will be battling it out to win this prestigious tournament and we have all the information you will need. Read on to find out everything you need to know about betting on this quintessential English tennis event.
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Wimbledon Odds and Outright Winners
With no event last year, tennis fans have been eagerly anticipating Wimbledon 2021 as the big tennis event’s return. This is the third Grand Slam event of the year after the US Open and French Open.
Novak Djokovic has already claimed two majors in 2021 and features heavily in the Wimbledon odds and betting markets for the men’s title. But this is always a keenly fought competition, so he is just one of a number of players that have a chance of glory.
The women’s championship will be just as close, with no player winning back-to-back titles since 2015. That won’t be happening this year either, as 2020 champion Simona Halep was forced to withdraw from the tournament through injury.
The Gentlemen’s and Ladies’ Singles might be the main draws at Wimbledon. But there are plenty of other events going on over the two weeks. This preview and update will also take a look at some of those and find the best betting picks and Wimbledon odds.
There are, of course, hundreds of betting markets to explore when it comes to such a big event like this. But the outright winner markets are always the most popular.
Who Will Win the Men’s Singles?
The singles events are the most prestigious titles at Wimbledon – and the men’s competition has been dominated by one name in recent years. Serbian tennis legend Novak Djokovic has won four of the last six Wimbledon Championships and is heavily favoured to triumph once again.
He has already won two Grand Slam events this year. But, with Wimbledon being the only tennis major cancelled completely last year, he is also the reigning champion on the famous grass courts after winning in 2019.
Andy Murray returns to SW17 for the first time since 2017 and has already won his first singles game after coming back to win against 24th seed Nikoloz Basilashvili. The British star has won the Wimbledon title on two occasions but has entered this year’s tournament as a wild card.
He is unlikely to ultimately become the men’s Wimbledon winner – although it will not be for the want of trying from him and his fans. Former champion Roger Federer will also be looking to recapture past glories – and is sure to be a huge attraction on Centre Court.
Djokovic is the runaway favourite to win Wimbledon, as the following outright winner table clearly shows. Odds courtesy of bet365.
*odds accurate at the time of writing (June 30th 2021)
Who Will Win the Women’s Singles?
The Women’s Wimbledon event has tended to be a much more open race in recent years – and that is definitely the case once again in 2021.
Defending champions Simona Halep will not be returning to retain her title though. The Romanian, who stunned Serena Williams in 2019, tore a muscle at the Italian Open in May and has been unable to heal in time for this tournament. She also missed the French Open last month.
Halep had been down to be the second seed, but that is now Belarusian Aryna Sabalenka. World number three – and current Australian and US Open champion – Naomi Osaka will also not take part because of mental health issues.
That leaves Australian Ashleigh Barty as the number one seed and the favourite with the bookies to become the women’s Wimbledon winner. She won the French Open in 2019 but has never gone further than the fourth round at Wimbledon.
Here is how the bookmakers price up the favourites for this year’s event:
*odds accurate at the time of writing (June 30th 2021)
Wimbledon Tips for Doubles and Other Competitions
The men’s and ladies’ titles are the blue riband events as Wimbledon – and, as such, take most of the mo
ney in the outright winner betting markets. But there are plenty of other winners to predict over the two weeks of action.
The double and mixed doubles events are always an intriguing and exciting watch – and there is usually
some very good value to be found when it comes to selecting the champions if you can find a bookie that will take a bet.
The Colombian duo of Juan Sebastian Cabal and Robert Farah won in 2019. But that year’s runner up Nicolas Mahut has teamed up with Pierre-Hugues Herbert and that could be a pairing to look out for. The number one seeds for the men’s doubles are
Nikola Mektic and Mate Pavic of Croatia though.
Players from the Czech Republic have dominated the Wimbledon women’s doubles event in recent years. Although 2019 champion Barbora Strycova did team up with Hsieh Su-wei of Chinese Tapei.
Neither of those players is back to defend the title this year. But there are two more Czech players ranked as number one seeds – Barbora Krejcikova and Katerina Siniakova.
Wimbledon Live Streaming
With so much tennis action going on, especially in the early rounds of Wimbledon, keeping up to date with the games can be tough. But many of the top bookmakers offer tennis live streaming these days. So you don’t have to miss a thing.
Live streaming allows you to watch matches as they are going on – and are a great help when it comes to making your live betting selections. Just take a look at the in-play section of your online bookmaker to see what games they have scheduled. You will usually only need to have a positive balance in your customer account to view any tennis live streaming.
For the chance of even bigger winning returns from a relatively smaller stake, accumulators might be the way to go. These multiple bets give you the chance of winning big, while also keeping the interest going across the two weeks of the Wimbledon event.
Tennis accumulators can cover a variety of different betting markets. But outright winner or match bets are probably the most common. Just make three or more selections and add them to your betslip in one single bet. Just remember that all of your picks need to win for the accumulator to pay out.