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Novak Djokovic celebrates victory by holding the trophy during Day 14 of The Championships Wimbledon 2022 at All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club on July 10, 2022 in London, England.
Novak Djokovic celebrates victory by holding the trophy during Day 14 of The Championships Wimbledon 2022 at All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club on July 10, 2022 in London, England. Photo by Stringer/Anadolu Agency via AFP.

Novak Djokovic tied Rafael Nadal with 22 Grand Slam titles after winning the Australian Open, and looks to continue his achievement at his second-most successful major, Wimbledon. Read on for our breakdown of the best Wimbledon odds. 

Djokovic won his fourth straight Wimbledon title in 2022 and seventh overall. History is at stake this year, as he looks to break a second-place tie with Pete Sampras and earn his eighth Wimbledon title, which would match Roger Federer’s eight. Depending on what happens at the French Open, Djokovic may tie or break Rafael Nadal’s record of 22 Grand Slam titles.

Here are our top odds for the 2023 Wimbledon, along with a look at some potential picks; odds via our best sportsbooks.

Wimbledon odds 2023 - Men

Novak Djokovic+110+105+100+120 🔥+100
Daniil Medvedev+700NA+600 ❄️+750+900 🔥
Carlos Alcaraz+700+700+800 🔥+700 ❄️+700
Matteo Berrettini+800+750+750+650 ❄️+800
Alexander Zverev+1100+1300 🔥+1100+1200+1200
Rafael Nadal+1100 🔥+950+750 ❄️+800+1000
Nick Kyrgios+1400 🔥+1200+1000+1000+1200
Jannik Sinner+1600+1700 🔥+1000 ❄️+1600+1600
Felix Auger Aliassime+2000+2700 🔥+1600 ❄️+2500+2000
Holger Rune+2000+2100 🔥+1400 ❄️+4000+2500

Wimbledon odds 2023 - Women

Iga Swiatek+300+350+400+450 🔥
Elena Rybakina+650+550+700 🔥+500 ❄️
Aryna SabalenkaNA+600+600+500 ❄️
Ons Jabeur+900+800+800+1000 🔥
Cori Gauff+1200+1000 ❄️+1200+1400 🔥
Amanda Anisimova+2300 🔥+1600 ❄️+2000+2000
Jelena Ostapenko+3000 🔥+1000 ❄️+2000+2000
Emma Raducanu+3000 🔥+1000 ❄️+2000+2000
Jessica Pegula+3000 🔥+1600 ❄️+2000+2000
Maria Sakkari+2700 🔥+1400 ❄️+2000+2000

Check out our French Open odds and US Open odds.

2023 Wimbledon best bets

  • Novak Djokovic (+120 via Caesars) - February 1
  • Nick Kyrgios (+1400 via DraftKings) - February 1
  • Felix Auger-Aliassime (+2700 via FanDuel) - February 1

2023 Wimbledon odds: Favorites

Novak Djokovic (+120 via Caesars)

Djokovic is currently favored at each remaining three Grand Slams for 2023, though his odds only shortened slightly at FanDuel (from +115 to +105) after his Australian Open victory. In his last two Wimbledon wins in 2021 and 2022, he had -135 and -120 pre-tournament odds. Many bettors view getting plus-odds with the four-time defending champion as a steal.

Matteo Berrettini (+800 via PointsBet)

In Berrettini’s three Wimbledon appearances, he made the second round (2018) and fourth round (2019) and was a finalist in 2021. However, he's slightly under the radar as FanDuel's third-biggest favorite, a year after he withdrew from Wimbledon because of COVID-19. DraftKings is slightly lower on Berrettini, falling from +700 to +800 after his first-round loss in the Australian Open to Andy Murray.

Carlos Alcaraz (+800 via BetMGM)

Alcaraz is second at many sportsbooks on the odds leaderboard, though BetMGM and Caesars are slightly lower on him compared to Berrettini. BetMGM is 100 units lower on the Spaniard than competing books as Alcaraz looks to advance past the fourth round for the first time in his third Wimbledon appearance.

2023 Wimbledon odds: Contenders

Rafael Nadal (+1100 via DraftKings)

Wimbledon has been Nadal’s least successful Grand Slam, with just two wins and not even a Finals appearance since 2011. Now that he's dealing with a hip injury that will keep him out for two months following the Australian Open, his odds to win Wimbledon tumbled as much as 200 units.

Daniil Medvedev (+900 via PointsBet)

The former world No. 1 dropped from No. 6 to start the year to No. 12. Medvedev makes his first Wimbledon appearance since 2021, as the All England Club announced that no players of Russian or Belarusian descent would be allowed to play after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. He hasn't gotten past Wimbledon's fourth round, which everyone but Alcaraz did among those higher than him on the odds boards.

Alexander Zverev (+1300 via FanDuel)

Zverev missed the final two Grand Slams last season after suffering an ankle injury at the French Open. He didn't show too well at the Australian Open, losing in the second round to American Michael Mmoh. His 65% winning percentage at Wimbledon is his lowest of all four Grand Slams. Only PointsBet lowered its odds on Zverev after the Australian Open, going from +1100 to +1200.

2023 Wimbledon odds: Long shots

Nick Kyrgios (+1400 via DraftKings)

Last year was a magical run for Kyrgios, as he made his first finals appearance at a Grand Slam while also becoming the first player to beat a world No. 1 twice in the same year. He was as high as +2200 at BetMGM before the Australian Open, but now the sportsbook aligned more with its competitors, and tied with Caesars for the lowest odds.

Felix Auger-Aliassime (+2700 via FanDuel)

Auger-Aliassime is a former quarterfinalist at Wimbledon (2021) but came off a stunning first-round exit last year. However, after a fourth round loss at the Australian Open, his odds to win Wimbledon skyrocketed. The Canadian didn't have better than +2500 odds to win Wimbledon before the Australian Open, and now three major sportsbooks have shorter odds than that. 

Casper Ruud (+6500 via DraftKings)

From a world rankings standpoint, Ruud is an outlier being so low on the odds lists, currently ranked fourth. Grass isn't his strongest surface, and he has yet to advance past the second round in any of his three previous Wimbledon appearances. But Ruud also broke through with two finals appearances at the French and US Opens last year, and his odds shorten considerably if he continues to be a fixture atop the world rankings.

Recent Wimbledon winners

  • 2022: Novak Djokovic (-120)
  • 2021: Novak Djokovic (-135)
  • 2019: Novak Djokovic (+145)
  • 2018: Novak Djokovic (+600)
  • 2017: Roger Federer (+225)
  • 2016: Andy Murray (+330)

Wimbledon FAQs

Who won Wimbledon last year?

Novak Djokovic won Wimbledon last year, beating Nick Kyrgios in the finals in four sets.

When will Wimbledon be decided?

Wimbledon will be held between Monday, July 3 and Sunday, July 16. 

Where will Wimbledon be played?

Wimbledon will be played at the All England Club in London.

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