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Wimbledon Championship Odds 2024

One of the most prestigious tennis tournaments in the world will start on July 1st and run until July 14th. It will be held at the All England Law Tennis & Croquet Club in London, UK, known for its grass court surface. Take a look at the best Wimbledon Championship odds for 2024.

This year’s contenders include rising stars and experienced veterans, each with their strengths, weaknesses, and odds of winning. Let’s have a look.

Men’s Top Players by Rank

Rank Player Odds
1 Carlos Alcaraz 140
2 Jannik Sinner 174
3 Alexander Zverev 1400
4 Daniil Medvedev 1400
5 Alex de Minaur 2000
6 Taylor Fritz 2800
7 Grigor Dimitrov 2500
8 Stefanos Tsitsipas 3000
9 Andrey Rublev 5000
10 Casper Ruud 3000

The reigning champ, Carlos Alcaraz, is currently ranked No. 3 in the world. He and No. 1 Jannik Sinner have the shortest odds to win this year’s Championship. Their odds hover around +175, depending on where you check. Sandwiched between them is No. 2 Novak Djokovic.

To add to the event’s drama, Novak Djokovic suffered a knee injury recently at the French Open. With the injury, he still beat Francisco Cerundolo in five sets but had to drop out and undergo surgery for his right meniscus on June 5th. At 37, there’s concern that Djokovic won’t be ready for Wimbledon and should focus on the 2024 Paris Olympics instead, which begins July 27. He is off the betting boards but is training hard as if he will be ready for July 1st. Be alert to changes in his odds as new information comes out. He may be trying for his record-tying eighth Wimbledon title before he gets too old.

Another 37-year-old, Andy Murray, also underwent surgery. His issue was a spinal cyst. Murray defeated Djokovic for the 2013 Wimbledon title, making him the first UK native to win since Fred Perry had done it 77 years earlier. He won it again in 2016 against Milos Raonic but has gone downhill since then. Murray is currently ranked 129th and doesn’t pose a threat in this championship, whether he is healthy or not. But Djokovic might make some of the competitors nervous.

Alexander Zverev was out of commission for some time after suffering a significant ankle injury in the 2022 French Open semifinals. The 27-year-old German is back and ready to claim the first major title of his career. He made it to the semifinals in Australia and the finals in Roland Garros. His 1400 odds is a good bargain for someone who has the ability to win but not a lot of history.

Sinner recently claimed the No. 1 ranking and is the first Italian to do so. He has four titles so far this year, with his first major win at the 2024 Australian Open. The 22-year-old is 33-3 this year and is excellent on grass. The final could easily be between him and Alcaraz.

Carlos Alcaraz is only 21 and still has time to amass more titles. He already has three Grand Slams, including the recent French Open, which Djokovic had to drop out of. Alcaraz is the favorite and has beaten Sinner 5-4 in the nine matches they’ve played against each other.

Wimbledon Men’s Past winners:

Year Men’s Past Winner
2023 Carlos Alcaraz
2022 Novak Djokovic
2021 Novak Djokovic
2020 Canceled
2019 Novak Djokovic
2018 Novak Djokovic
2017 Roger Federer
2016 Andy Murray

Wimbledon Women’s Past Winners:

Year Women’s Past Winner
2023 Marketa Vondrousova
2022 Elena Rybakina
2021 Ashleigh Barty
2020 Canceled
2019 Simona Halep
2018 Angelique Kerber
2017 Garbine Muguruza
2016 Serena Williams

Djokovic dominated Wimbledon over the last few years, and before that, Andy Murray won in 2016 and 2013. On the women’s side, no player has won multiple championships since Serena Williams took the title in 2016 and 2015.

Women’s Top Players by Rank

Rank Player Odds
1 Iga Swiatek 350
2 Aryna Sabalenka 300
3 Elena Rybankina 450
4 Coco Gauff 750
5 Ons Jabeur 1600
6 Naomi Osaka 1100
7 Marketa Vondrousova 2000
8 Zheng Qinwen 25000
9 Karolina Pliskova 3000
10 Jamine Paolini 5000

Iga Swiatek is a five-time Grand Slam winner but hasn’t even made it to the finals in four attempts at Wimbledon. Maybe this year, she has mastered the grass lawn.

Aryna Sabalenka has a rocket for a serve, which has helped her win two Australian Opens. She has also made it to the semifinals in six of her last seven Grand Slams.

Ons Jabeur is ranked 5th in the tournament as she hasn’t played at her usual top form but is a fan favorite. She made it to the finals in 2022, losing to Elena Rybakina and Marketa Vondrousova in the 2023 final. Jabeur might be another good deal for your players at 1600 odds.

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