Wimbledon 2021 odds have been posted for both the men and women, with familiar faces at the top of the market.
In the men, Novak Djokovic is again favoured at shorter than even money to win yet another Wimbledon title with the challenge set to come from Stafanos Tsitsipas and Daniil Medvedev.
For the women, Ashleigh Barty and Serena Williams head a once again wide open field.
What, When and Where:
- Wimbledon 2021
- June 28th to July 11th
- All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, Wimbledon, London, UK
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All odds listed in this article are as at 2pm June 23rd 2021. Odds with bookmaker may now differ.
Wimbledon 2021 Mens Odds
Novak Djokovic Wimbledon Odds
The defending champion is on a roll. After defeating Medvedev in the Australian Open final, he went on to beat Tsitsipas in the French Open. Djokovic is halfway to a calendar Grand Slam. He has a chance to make some more history here and become the fourth player ever to accomplish this feat.
Together Djokovic, Nadal and Federer have won 15 of the 17 Wimbledon tournaments from 2003 to 2019. That said, Nadal will not be participating in this one, and Federer has been struggling with injury recently. After two knee surgeries, Federer withdrew from the 2021 French Open in order to get some added rest before Wimbledon.
If Djokovic isn’t up to the task, we may very well see a first-time winner, so let’s see who is next in line.
Novak Djokovic Wimbledon 2021 odds: 1.92 at Unibet
Stefanos Tsitsipas Wimbledon Odds
The 22-year old Greek made it to fourth place on the ATP rankings on June 14th, his best ever position in the standings. He also achieved a personal record, making it to his first ever Grand Slam title, with his excellent performance in the French Open. Unfortunately, he was unable to finish Djokovic in the final, and gambled away a 2-set lead.
His most recent and first ever appearance at Wimbledon saw him making it to the fourth round, but losing to John Isner by (4:6, 6:7, 6:7). That said, Tsitsipas was just 19 at the time, and has come a long way since. He showed that he has what it takes to reach a Grand Slam final, and his next step will be to go all the way.
Tsitsipas was very close to beating Djokovic in the French Open final, and the 7.50 odds on him look tempting.
Stafanos Tsitsipas Wimbledon 2021 odds: 7.50 at Boylesports
Daniil Medvedev Wimbledon Odds
Medvedev reached second place in the ATP rankings in March 2021, along with his first Australian Open final. The 25-year old Russian made his first Grand Slam final in the 2019 US open. He faced Rafael Nadal in the final and lost.
Unfortunately, this trend continued in his second major tournament final, with Medvedev facing Djokovic in the final and losing by 5:7, 2:6, 2:6. Medvedev has been playing very well recently and this is his opportunity to exact revenge on the champion and win his first-ever Grand Slam.
Medvedev made it to the third round of Wimbledon twice, in the 2018 and 2019 editions, but that’s as far as he went in this tournament. His track record doesn’t suggest it, but there is always a chance he will surprise everyone and win it all.
Daniil Medvedev Wimbledon 2021 odds: 7.50 at Skybet
Roger Federer Wimbledon Odds
Roger Federer won Wimbledon eight times. That’s it, no explanation needed.
Okay, fine, I’ll continue. The 39-year old Swiss is considered one of the greatest players of all time. Federer has won 20 Grand Slam men’s singles titles. He shares this record with Rafael Nadal. Federer was first in the ATP rankings for 310 weeks, including a record 237 consecutive weeks.
However, Federer missed three major tournaments following two knee surgeries. As I mentioned, he returned at the 2021 French Open, but he withdrew before his fourth-round match against Matteo Berrettini.
The biggest concern for him will be his durability. Federer loves Wimbledon, which is his most successful competition, but his knee issues prevent him from being a serious threat to win the tournament again.
Roger Federer Wimbledon 2021 odds: 11.0 at Unibet
Matteo Berrettini Wimbledon Odds
Berrettini provides the most value out of all the mentioned players. The 25-year old Italian has quietly been gathering momentum and improving his game. 2019 was his breakout year and he made his first Grand Slam semifinal,and reached the top 10 in the ATP rankings.
The bookies have him as an underdog, but he might very well surprise everyone. Just this year, Berrettini reached his first ATP Cup final, Masters 1000 final and won his first ATP 500 title at the Queen’s Club Championships.
It has been a year of firsts for Matteo Berrettini so far, and he might just end up winning his first Grand Slam.
Matteo Berrettini Wimbledon 2021 odds: 17.0 at Paddy Power
Wimbledon 2021 Womens Odds
For the women’s side, the withdrawal of Naomi Osaka has left the tournament with no clear favorite to go all the way. We do however have a nice mix of players competing in this one, and we may see a new women’s singles champion. The defending champion is Simona Halep, but the bookmakers have her as the ninth contender at 19.00 odds.
Ashleigh Barty Wimbledon Odds
The 25-year old Australian is first on the WTA women’s rankings and is the top favorite to win her first ever Wimbledon. Her best results at this tournament were a fourth-round exit in 2019 in the singles and a finals appearance in the doubles category in 2013.
Barty’s favorite surface is grass, despite not having a lot of experience on the surface in her younger years. She has a very interesting style that makes thing very difficult for her opponents. Her serve is very good, despite her short stature, and she excels at volleying.
Ashleigh Barty Wimbledon 2021 odds: 7.50 at Unibet
Serena Williams Wimbledon Odds
The second favorite to win the tournament is none other than Serena Williams. Williams has won 23 Grand Slam titles, seven of which were at Wimbledon. Her most recent Wimbledon title was in 2016, and the 39-year old’s career has seen better days.
Though she still is very much a threat to win, her last two Grand Slam performances have attracted doubt ahead of Wimbledon. WIlliams won her first match in the 2020 French Open, but had to withdraw due to an achilles injury. In the 2021 Australian Open, Williams was defeated by Naomi Osaka in their first meet since the infamous 2018 US Open final incident.
In May 2021, Williams was defeated by Nadia Podoroska in the Italian open in the second round in straight sets.
Serena Williams Wimbledon 2021 odds: 8.50 at Unibet
Garbine Muguruza Wimbledon Odds
Muguruza is currently 13th in the WTA rankings at age 17. She experienced a drop in form in the last few years, and was even out of the top 30 for a time. However, in the last year, her form improved significantly and she is considered one of the favorites to go all the way. She has two Grand Slam titles, and even won Wimbledon in 2017.
Muguruza is also the former leader of the WTA list and has the necessary experience to win it all.
In 2021, she made it to the final in Melbourne and in Doha with some very good performances. She also won the 2021 Dubai Tennis Championships, her first title since Cincinnati 2017. This snapped her three-match losing streak in finals matches.
Muguruza is on a positive run, and the 12.00 odds on her are persausive.
Garbine Muguruza Wimbledon 2021 odds: 12.0 at Betfred
Petra Kvitova Wimbledon Odds
The 31-year old player from the Czech Republic is our fourth candidate to win it all. Kvitova conquered Wimbledon twice, in 2011 and 2014, her only Grand Slam titles.
Kvitova won her first title in 2021 with an excellent performance in the 2021 Qatar Total Open. This feat gave her 28th career title, and made her the first player ever to win titles in three different decades.
Kvitova is known for her strong and accurate serves, along with her powerful left-handed strikes and variety. She is left-handed, which allows her to place very difficult serves from a wide position to her opponents’ backhand. Kvitova enjoys playing on grass and she is eager to win her third Wimbledon title.
Petra Kvitova Wimbledon 2021 odds: 12.0 at Unibet
Aryna Sabalenka Wimbledon Odds
The youngest contender in the top five, Sabalenka is just 23 years old. Sabalenka has already won two grand slam titles in the doubles, the Australian Open and the US open.
She has yet to make a deep push in the singles category, but the young Belorussian star is already fourth in the WTA rankings.
Most feared for her powerful serve and ground strikes, Sabalenka relies heavily on her power to win points. However, she is prone to making unforced errors, especially on the serve. In her first career win over a top 10 opponent in Karolina Pliskova, Sabalenka had 40 winners and 39 unforced errors.
Although very powerful, Sabalenka’s game still needs some refinement if she is to get her singles game on a truly elite level. She has already started improving her shot selection, and we will have a chance to see just how much better she has become.
Aryna Sabalenka Wimbledon 2021 odds: 15.0 at Betfred
All odds listed are as at 2pm June 23rd 2021. Odds with bookmaker may now differ.