A look at the key British hopes for Wimbledon Tennis Betting 2021

A look at the main four British Challengers heading to the Wimbledon 2021 draws

Andy Murray / Scotland ©IMAGO / Shutterstock 06/17/2021

Wimbledon Tennis Betting 2021 is the next big feature of this year’s tennis action as we look ahead to the third Grand Slam of the year.

For the first time in more than 40 years, Britain has three seeded players in the singles draws. Throw in the return of Andy Murray on top and there’s a lot to look forward to.

In this Wimbledon odds 2021 preview, we are going to be looking at the chances of the four main British players who are lining up.

How far can Andy Murray go?

Two-time Wimbledon Champion Andy Murray is taking part at SW19 this year. Is he expected to land the title?

No, of course not. That’s a massive stretch given how little tennis that he has played in the last few years.

Murray is a quote of 50/1 to win the Wimbledon crown this summer* (odds recorded at 04:43 GMT on June 23rd, 2021 at Bet365).

Murray played in Rotterdam recently and lost in the second round there against Andrey Rublev.

Then he tried his hand at Queens in London last weekend and fell in the second round there to Matteo Berrettini.

Andy Murray has only played in four of the last fourteen Grand Slam tournaments. He hasn’t played Wimbledon since a quarter-final exit in 2017.

We don’t expect him to go too deep but it’s going to be great to see him back at Wimbledon.

Men’s 2021 Wimbledon Tennis Betting Odds

Novak Djokovic 10/11
Daniil Medvedev 6/1
Stefanos Tsitsipas 11/2
Roger Federer 8/1
Alexander Zverev 12/1
Matteo Berrettini 14/1
Andrey Rublev 33/1
Dominic Thiem 33/1
Nick Kyrgios 33/1
Jannik Sinner 33/1
bar 40/1
* (odds recorded at 04:43 GMT on June 23rd, 2021 at Bet365)


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Can Dan Evans make to the Round of 32 again?

To be realistic we aren’t expecting any of the British competitors at Wimbledon to go and win outright.

But there could be plenty of viable Wimbledon tennis betting options on the British players in the early rounds.

Daniel Evans comes into play in that regard. He has some decent grass court form behind him.

Evans recently went to the quarter-finals of Nottingham and then to the quarter-finals of Queen’s, where he was beaten by Andy Murray’s conqueror Matteo Berrettini.

Dan Evans, who is an 80/1 shot in Wimbledon odds, has claimed a title this year* (odds recorded at 04:43 GMT on June 23rd, 2021 at Bet365).

The Brit has also made it to the round of 32 in two of his last three appearances at Wimbledon.

He could be worth supporting early on, depending on the draw for Wimbledon tennis betting of course.

Cameron Norrie The Best Of British Wimbledon Tennis Betting?

British hopes in the early rounds of Wimbledon tennis betting odds will be boosted by the form of Cameron Norrie as well.

He has climbed up the world rankings recently to 34th in the world.

The 25-year-old made it to the third round of the recent French Open, where he was beaten by Rafael Nadal.

But then he followed up by running to the final of Queens on his first steps on grass courts this season.

He was beaten there, by yes, that man against Matteo Berrettini in a deciding set.

This has been a tremendous season for Norrie. He has also reached the final of Estoril, the semi’s of Delray Beach among other positive results.

In Wimbledon tennis betting 2021, Norrie looks like he could be the British player that has the most potential of going the deepest into the draw.

He lines up at a current quote of 100/1 to win outright* (odds recorded at 04:43 GMT on June 23rd, 2021 at Bet365)

Ladies’ 2021 Wimbledon Tennis Betting Odds

Ashleigh Barty 5/1
Serena Williams 13/2
Petra Kvitova 9/1
Garbine Muguruza 10/1
Bianca Andreescu 10/1
Iga Swiatek 12/1
Aryna Sabalenka 12/1
Simona Haelp 12/1
Cori Gauff 16/1
Victoria Azarenka 16/1
Elena Rybakina 25/1
Karolina Muchova 33/1
40/1 Bar
* (odds recorded at 04:43 GMT on June 23rd, 2021 at Bet365).

Johanna Konta – Can British Number One put together a deep run?

Over in the women’s draw, Johanna Konta will be flying the flag for Britain and recent grass form gives her hope.

The 30-year-old has made at least the quarter-finals in two of her last three Wimbledon appearances.

There have been significant injury problems for Konta this year, who has had to work her way back from knee problems.

But she recently claimed the title in Nottingham, the first Tour title in four years to at least put her back on the radar.

Konta is a quote of 40/1 to win outright in Wimbledon tennis betting 2021* (odds recorded at 04:43 GMT on June 23rd, 2021 at Bet365).

That wasn’t the deepest of fields at Nottingham however. But confidence and momentum are big things.

But she’s managing her build-up ahead of the Grand Slam by not playing in Eastbourne this week.