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Tennis Odds – 2019 Wimbledon Odds and Picks

Written by:
Phil Simon
Published on:
Jun/28/2019

The 2019 Wimbledon Championships begin on Monday, July 1, and run through Sunday, July 14 at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club. Considered the most prestigious event of the tennis season, Wimbledon attracts the top players in the world and is the oldest tournament competed. Along with the Australian Open, French Open and U.S. Open, Wimbledon is one of four Grand Slam events and is the only major played on grass.


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Three players stand out on the Gentlemen’s side of the slate with defending champion Novak Djokovic listed as the betting favorite at BookMaker.eu. Djokovic captured the first Grand Slam of the year at the Australian Open, but had his quest to hold all major titles in the same year denied with a semifinal loss in Paris.

Rafael Nadal prevailed at the French Open, which he seems to do every year, but he isn’t the same player off the clay surface. Nadal boasts the third-best odds to win Wimbledon with Roger Federer squeezed between them on the odds chart. It would be a surprise to see someone other than one of those three escape with a victory.

If you’re looking for an upset, the ladies draw is likely to produce one given its chaotic nature. There has been just one repeat winner in the last decade. Fresh off her maiden Grand Slam victory at the French Open and ranked No. 1 in the world, Ashleigh Barty opened as the favorite. Seven-time Wimbledon winner Serena Williams and defending champion Angelique Kerber are next in line.

Odds to win 2019 Wimbledon Gentlemen’s Draw at BookMaker.eu (Place Bets Here)

Novak Djokovic +136

Roger Federer +300

Rafael Nadal +570

Stefanos Tsitsipas +1,900

Dominic Thiem +3,200

Alexander Zverev +3,500

Marin Cilic +3,800

Milos Raonic +4,500

Kevin Anderson +4,500

Nick Kyrgios +5,000

Daniil Medvedev +5,500

Stan Wawrinka +7,000

Karen Khachanov +7,500

Gael Monfils +8,000

Jo Wilfred Tsonga +10,000

Sam Querrey +10,000

John Isner +12,000

Grigor Dimitrov +12,000

Denis Shapovalov +12,000

Tomas Berdych +12,000

Kyle Edmund +12,000

Kei Nishikori +16,000

Borna Coric +16,000

Alex de Minaur +30,000

Richard Gasquet +40,000

Field (Any Other Player) +1000

Only four players have won Wimbledon since 2002 and three of them are listed at the top of the odds board. The fourth, Andy Murray, recently withdrew as he continues to work his way back from injury. All four of Djokovic’s victories have come in the last eight years, including a straight set takedown of Kevin Anderson on center court last year. And after a lackluster 2018, Djokovic is making up for it this year.

His stunning semifinal loss to Dominic Thiem at the French Open is a wound that has yet to heal. Another win on the grass at Wimbledon will cure him. And the surface has been good to Joker over the years. Better yet he’s been really good on it. Djokovic is 88-18 in ATP matches on grass and he has the edge over both Federer and Nadal at Wimbledon.

Take Nadal off the clay and he’s, dare I say, an average player. That’s not exactly the case, but the results aren’t as good. Ranked No. 2 in the world, Nadal was slotted as the third-seed for Wimbledon, which didn’t sit well with him. Could that be a motivator? He’ll end up playing top-seed Djokovic in the semis, provided the two make it that far, instead of the final. Nadal beat Djokovic for the title in Italy in May and triumphed over Federer in the semis of the French Open, so he’s got some steam coming in.

A few longshots to consider would be Thiem, Nick Kyrgios and Stefanos Tsitsipas, but it doesn’t make a lot of sense to look beyond the top three favorites.

Odds to win 2019 Wimbledon Ladies Draw at BookMaker.eu (Place Bets Here)

Ashleigh Barty +460

Serena Williams +530

Angelique Kerber +800

Karolina Pliskova +1,100

Petra Kvitova +1,200

Naomi Osaka +1,400

Simona Halep +1,500

Kiki Bertens +2,000

Johrnna Konta +2,200

Madison Keys +2,500

Sloane Stephens +3,500

Garbine Muguruza +3,500

Jelena Ostapenko +3,600

Aryna Sabalenka +4,000

Venus Williams +5,000

Caroline Wozniacki +6,000

Victoria Azarenka +6,000

Julia Goerges +6,000

Maria Sharapova +6,600

Caroline Garcia +7,500

Magdalena Rybarikva +10,000

Anastasija Sevastova +13,000

Anett Kontaveit +13,000

Daria Kasatkina +14,000

Coco Vandeweghe +18,000

Camila Giorgi +25,000

Qiang Wang +30,000

Danielle Collins +50,000

Field (Any Other Player) +400

There’s a lot happening on the Ladies’ side with a number of players capable of winning. Barty is feeling good about her game and has been for some time. She won in Paris for her first Grand Slam title and sits at the top of the WTA rankings. She has yet to make it past the third round at Wimbledon, but she dominated a warm up tournament on grass, not losing a set on her way to a victory.

Serena has been to the finals in three of the last four years and could have another run left in her. She played well at times in Paris, but not well enough. Age is catching up with her and the younger players aren’t intimidated. I’m going to fade Serena and look for better value further down the odds board.

Petra Kvitova and Kiki Bertens would be solid picks. However, there are health concerns surrounding the pair. Bertens withdrew from the French Open and I’m not yet willing to throw down on her. One player I really like is 2017 champ Garbine Muguruza, and she has a nice payout at +3,500. World No. 3 Karolina Pliskova is also a contender and will make some noise in the tournament.

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There are some young players ready to take over the men’s side, but the time hasn’t arrived yet. Given Federer’s age and Nadal’s transformation on grass, it’s hard to look away from Djokovic getting another title. The Ladies draw is more wide open as the odds suggest, and Bertens is looking to make a move after pulling out of the French Open. Barty could be the next best female player. However, I like Muguruza for a number of reasons, one being her solid play on grass. And she’s a proven winner at center court.

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