Wimbledon Betting Guide: Odds, Favorites, and Our Best Bets

Carlos Alcaraz Jannick Sinner enter as the clear favorites on the men's side, while Aryna Sabalenka and Iga Swiatek are the betting favorites for the women's tournament.
Carlos Alcaraz Betting Favorite for Wimbledon
Carlos Alcaraz is the current betting favorite to win the men's 2024 Wimbledon crown.

The 2024 Wimbledon tournament is set to begin on July 1st, running through the men's singles and women's doubles finals on Sunday, July 14. The finals for the men's doubles and women's singles will occur on Saturday, July 13.

In this article, we will share our complete Wimbledon predictions, along with our best bets and favorite longshot bets. First, here is a look at the odds for both the men's and women's favorites:

Men’s Favorites

  • Carlos Alcaraz (+150)

  • Jannik Sinner (+175)

  • Alex Zverev (+1200)

  • Daniil Medvedev (+1400)

  • Matteo Berrettini (+2000)

  • Jack Draper (+2000)

  • Hubert Hurkacz (+2000)

  • Alex De Minaur (+2000)

Women’s Favorites:

  • Marketa Vondrousova (+2000)

  • Iga Swiatek (+350)

  • Coco Gauff (+750)

  • Aryna Sabalenka (+275)

  • Ons Jabeur (+1300)

  • Elena Rybakina (+450)

  • Naomi Osaka (+1100)

Men’s Outlook

Carlos Alcaraz is the favorite coming into Wimbledon after his 2023 victory in England, defeating Novak Djokovic in a thrilling 5-setter. Novak is likely out of his first Wimbledon since turning pro and will have to wait until the US Open to try and win a major during this calendar year - something he hasn’t done since 2017.

Looking past Novak, Australian Open winner Jannik Sinner opens with similar odds just behind Alcaraz. Sinner has finished in the semifinals or better in three of his last four majors including last year’s Wimbledon when he lost to Djokovic in straight sets. Jannik comes in just a step or two behind Carlos as the best player in the world although he’s holding the #1 world ranking on his chest.

The Polish Hubert Hurkacz and Aussie Alex De Minaur are two big hitters due for a big tournament in a few weeks, while the three Americans ranked 12th through 14th in the world - Fritz, Paul, and Shelton will all look for a Quarterfinal run this year. With Novak sidelined, the door is open for one of these wildcards to make a run.

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Best Bet: Carlos Alcaraz (+150)

Carlos is the next face of this sport, there is no doubt. The Spaniard was just upset by Englishman Jack Draper in the Round of 16 of the Cinch Championships in London and will look to bounce back before Wimbledon.

With that being said, Alcaraz has now won three majors, reached the semifinals or better in 5 of his last 6 majors played, and holds an 11-1 record on grass over the last 52 weeks.

With a top seed attached to his name and Djokovic out of the field, a back-to-back is brewing for the emerging star who would secure his fourth career Grand Slam putting him in an elite group of players at just 21 years of age.

Best Longshot Bets for Wimbledon

Jack Draper (+2500)

How about the man who just beat the previous Wimbledon champion? The 22-year old hasn’t made it past the fourth round of a major, but comes into this summer on a hot stretch.

He is 7-0 on grass over the last 52 weeks and has beaten a higher seed in his last two tournaments. At extremely plus-odds, Draper is a solid pick to become the first grand slam winner out of the UK since Murray in 2016 at Wimbledon.

Alex De Minaur (+2000)

It’s been brewing for the 25-year-old out of Sydney who is coming off an incredible Roland Garros tournament as he looks to continue the good run of play into England.

He hasn’t played well at this tournament in recent years, but comes in as the 7th best player in the world with three straight Round of 16 finishes or better over the 10 months. De Minaur’s speed and agility will be key to defeating some of the higher-seeded players if he were to get past the Round of 16.

Deep Sleeper Wimbledon Picks

While these players have virtually no shot at winning the tournament, they have a great chance to defeat some higher seeds in order to move onto the Round of 16 and beyond. These picks are perfect for early-round prop bets.

Christopher Eubanks (+10000)

Eubanks’ style of play and personality is something to fall in love with. After an up-and-down start to his career, Eubanks finally turned the ship in 2023, elevating his ranking into the top 50 and finishing his Wimbledon campaign in the Quarterfinals after wins against Cameron Norrie (12th at the time) and Stefanos Tsitsipas (5th at the time). Eubanks was then up two sets to one against Medvedev before losing a 4th set tiebreak and then the match.

It was a brutal ending to a brilliant tournament from the American who will look to get hot again on grass this season. Chris finds himself in the Quarterfinals of the Wortmann Open in Germany after defeating 7th ranked Alexander Bublik.

Iga Swiatek Wimbledon Odds 2024
Iga Swiatek is our best bet to win the women's Wimbledon crown in 2024

Women’s Best Bet: Iga Swiatek (+350)

There hasn’t been a repeat women’s Wimbledon champion since Serena Williams in 2016 and there’s a good chance that streak will continue in 2024. Swiatek, similar to Alcaraz, is the hottest player in tennis after winning 3 of her last 7 majors including the last two French Opens.

Iga finished in the Quarterfinals at Wimbledon last year as a 22-year-old, marking her best finish in the tournament to date. Ons Jabeur will be on her tail after losing in the finals each of the last two seasons - she comes in at +1600 which makes for fantastic odds and a low-risk.

Swiatek has been too consistent during her rise to stardom to pick against her for this Grand Slam where she will be ranked as the top player in the world coming in.

Best Longshot Bet: Mirra Andreeva (+2200)

Andreeva could become the youngest Wimbledon women’s champion since Martina Hingis at 16 years of age. The Russian caught the tennis world’s attention after an incredible Roland Garros run where she won her first five matches (two against ranked opponents) but lost steam in the Semifinal match against Paolini.

Mirra has consistently improved over the last two to three years and comes into this tournament ranked 23rd in the world at just 17 years of age. She will join Coco Gauff as the only players 20 and under who have a real shot at the Wimbledon title.

Even though Mirra’s chances at lifting the trophy are slim, a Quarterfinal run is surely in the books if her stamina has improved since her French Open masterclass.

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