Wimbledon Betting Sites & Promos

Wimbledon is the third of four Grand Slam tournaments on the tennis calendar but is widely considered the most prestigious.

It’s the only Grand Slam on grass, a surface that slows down both the ball and the players. That typically rewards skill over power and speed. Only the game’s best win at Wimbledon.

Here’s how you can bet on the Wimbledon Championships online at the best tennis betting sites.

Best Wimbledon betting sites & promos

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How to bet on Wimbledon

You can bet on who you think will win Wimbledon all year long. Once the tournament begins, not only can you bet on every match, you can bet on every set, game, and point in every match.

Here’s a chart that illustrates how you can bet on Wimbledon at the top online sportsbook apps in the US.

Bet Type Pick Odds
Championship Futures Pick tournament winners all year long Change all year long but locked in when you place a bet
Championship Outrights Pick tournament winners just ahead of and during the tournament Change throughout the event but locked in when you place a bet
Stage of Elimination Bet on which round a specific player will lose in Change throughout the event but locked in when you place a bet
Head to Heads/Groups Bet on one specific player going deeper than another or a group Change throughout the event but locked in when you place a bet
Moneyline Match winners straight up Currently posted odds that may change ahead of a match but are locked in when you place a bet
Game/Set Spread Match winners with a specific total game or set spread factored in Close to even odds plus the vig
Totals An Over/Under on the total number of games in a match Close to even odds plus the vig
Live Betting Pregame markets and additional props, point, game, and set bets during matches Live odds that change constantly but are locked in when you place a bet

Wimbledon live betting

Live Wimbledon betting is where you can bet on Wimbledon during matches. That means betting on standard pre-match tennis odds and in additional prop, point, game, and set markets in the middle of the action at odds that are constantly changing.

Live Wimbledon betting can add to the excitement of watching any match, but unless you download a sportsbook app first, you’ll find it hard to get involved.

Who are the Wimbledon favorites?

Here’s a look at the usual Wimbledon favorites in the men’s singles draw:

  • Novak Djokovic: Djokovic has won four straight Wimbledon titles heading into 2023. He appears unbeatable on grass and will be a big favorite to tie Roger Federer by adding a record eighth men’s singles Wimbledon title to his already impressive resume this summer.
  • Matteo Berrettini: Italian Matteo Berrettini made the 2021 Wimbledon final and was shaping up as Djokovic’s biggest threat on grass. However, he had to withdraw from the event in 2022 after testing positive for COVID. Can he get back on form on the grass in 2023?
  • Carlos Alcaraz: Carlos Alcaraz had a breakthrough year in 2022, winning the US Open and becoming No. 1 in the world. However, he still couldn’t manage more than a fourth-round finish on the Wimbledon grass. Can the confidence he built on the hard courts at the end of the 2022 season translate to success at Wimbledon?

Here’s a look at the usual Wimbledon favorites in the women’s singles draw:

  • Iga Świątek: World No. 1 Świątek has never gotten out of the fourth round at Wimbledon, but she will be a favorite to do that and more in 2023. After all, she has three Grand Slam titles and counting.
  • Ons Jabeur: Jabeur made the Wimbledon and US Open finals in 2022. She’s bound and determined to get over the hump in at least one of these Grand Slams this year.
  • Naomi Osaka: Osaka has never gotten out of the third round at Wimbledon, but when she’s right, she’s hard to beat. Oddsmakers figure she’ll be right more often as she matures a bit.

Wimbledon doubles betting

You can also bet on doubles play at Wimbledon. That means men’s, women’s, and mixed doubles. Just remember that doubles specialists tend to rule at Grand Slams, and betting on the top singles seeds in doubles play isn’t always profitable.

Recent Wimbledon results

Here’s a look at the past five Wimbledon men’s and women’s singles champions:

Wimbledon Men’s Champion Women’s Champion
2022 Novak Djokovic Elena Rybakina
2021 Novak Djokovic Ashleigh Barty
2020 No Tournament No Tournament
2019 Novak Djokovic Simona Halep
2018 Novak Djokovic Angelique Kerber

Wimbledon tennis  – key stats

  • Venue: All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club in London, England
  • Dates:  July
  • Surface: Grass
  • Prize Money: Winners £2 million, runners-up £1.050 million (2022)
  • 2022 Attendance: 515,164 (record)
  • Men’s favorites: Djokovic, Berrettini, Alcaraz
  • Women’s favorites: Swiatek, Jabeur, Osaka
  • 2022 results: Novak Djokovic (Men’s Singles Champion), Elena Rybakina (Women’s Singles Champion)
  • Official Twitter: @Wimbledon

Wimbledon betting tips

Wimbledon has always been dominated by the best players in any generation.

  • Björn Borg in the 1970s.
  • Pete Sampras in the 1990s.
  • Roger Federer in the 2000s.
  • Novak Djokovic in the twenty-teens through to today.

On the ladies’ side, it was:

  • Martina Navratilova in the 1980s.
  • Steffi Graf in the 1990s.
  • Serena Williams and Venus Williams owned the new millennium.

As of 2023, Djokovic has won four straight Wimbledon titles and now stands just one away from Federer’s record eight. Here are three solid tips you can use for betting on Wimbledon:

  1. No Djok

Novak Djokovic is set on breaking Roger Federer’s records at Wimbledon. He may be nearing the end of his prime, but we’re still using the word prime when it comes to his career. That means you probably shouldn’t bet against Djokovic at Wimbledon this year, or next.

  1. Who’s ready

Find out who’s ready to take the next step at Wimbledon this year. Perhaps it’s a player who went deep last year or has had big results on every other surface except grass. The grass court season ahead of Wimbledon is a great place to look for a player ready to break through.

  1. Best of the best

As we outlined earlier, the best player in his or her generation tends to win at Wimbledon. If you can somehow define who exactly that is now, and who it will be going forward, you can win big betting on this grandest of Grand Slams.

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