Tennis Betting: Post-French Open Odds for Wimbledon

Joao Mourato

Friday, June 16, 2017 4:41 PM UTC

Friday, Jun. 16, 2017 4:41 PM UTC

After two weeks of exciting action in Paris at the French Open, it’s time to turn our attention to the next Grand Slam tournament, Wimbledon. Join us while we go through the future odds for the third major tournament of the season.

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As you may already know, Wimbledon is the only Grand Slam event where players still compete on grass. Adding to this, Wimbledon is also the oldest of all four majors with the first edition taking place in 1877.  The 2017 Wimbledon championships begin July 3 and run through July 16 with with 128 women and 128 men battling for the two singles titles. Let’s take a look at the main contenders’ odds.


Men’s Competition 

Despite his recent disappointing defeat against Tommy Haas at the Mercedes Cup opening round after skipping the French Open, seven-time Wimbledon champion Roger Federer remains the co-favorite to win the title at +275 at Bet365.  

The local favorite, Andy Murray, is looking for his 3rd career title in Wimbledon. After lifting the trophy in 2016, Murray is also one of the main contenders to win the 2017 edition with Coral offering also +275 for his triumph in London. 

Rafael Nadal’s outright odds suffered a massive drop after his phenomenal campaign in Roland Garros. Despite his lack of success in recent years in Wimbledon, Nadal is a two-time champion and always a player to keep an eye on majors. William Hill offers one of the best prices in the market for Nadal’s victory in Wimbledon at +500. 

On the other hand, Novak Djokovic’s price continues to increase after another poor performance in Paris. The three-time Wimbledon champion is available at +600 at Bet365, which is one of the highest prices for the Serbian to win this event in recent years. 

Roger Federer +275 

Andy Murray +275 

Rafael Nadal +500 

Novak Djokovic +600 

Milos Raonic +1400 

Nick Kyrgios +1600 

Alexander Zverev +2500 

Stan Wawrinka +2500 

Juan Martin Del Potro +2800 

Grigor Dimitrov +3300 

Dominic Thiem +4000 

Marin Cilic +4000 

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga +6600 

Kei Nishikori +6600 

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Women’s Competition 

Due to Serena Williams' and Maria Sharapova’s absence, the competition looks wide open. After Jelena Ostapenko’s victory in Roland Garros, it wouldn’t be surprising to have another new Grand Slam champion in Wimbledon.  

Known as one of the best servers in tennis, Karolina Pliskova is always a fearful opponent on grass. Despite her terrible 4-5 record at Wimbledon, Pliskova is the main favorite to leave London with the title at +600 at Bet365. 

Two-time Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova is trying to return to her best level after missing the first months of the season due to injury. Nevertheless, the sportsbooks are well aware of Petra’s quality on grass with William Hill offering +900 for Kvitova to lift the trophy at Wimbledon. 

World No. 8 Johanna Konta is trying to become the first British women to win this event since Virginia Wade in 1977. Due to her brilliant results in 2017, Konta is one of the main contenders to win Wimbledon at +1000 at Pinnacle. 

Playing on the big stages brings the best out of Garbine Muguruza with an outstanding 45-19 career record in majors. For that reason, it’s not surprising that Muguruza is one of the main contenders to win the Wimbledon at +1000 at William Hill. 

Former world No. 1 Victoria Azarenka already announced that she’ll play in Wimbledon. Despite her long absence due to pregnancy, it won’t be easy for anyone to defeat the two-time Grand Slam champion with William Hill offering +1200 for her victory. 

Karolina Pliskova +600 

Petra Kvitova +900 

Johanna Konta +1000 

Garbine Muguruza +1000 

Victoria Azarenka +1200 

Angelique Kerber +1400 

Madison Keys +1400 

Venus Williams +1600 

Jelena Ostapenko +1600 

Simona Halep +2000 

Coco Vandeweghe +2200 

Kristina Mladenovic +3300 

Caroline Wozniacki +3300 

Agnieszka Radwanska +3300

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