Wimbledon Betting Tips, Tennis Odds & Preview 2022

A look at the latest tennis betting odds for Wimbledon 2022

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The highlight of the tennis summer is here as we focus on the Wimbledon betting tips for the 2022 renewal. The action swings into first round action on Monday, June 27th and there will be plenty of British interest around.

For this Wimbledon betting tips preview, our betting experts look at the latest odds, the main contenders and some history.

We focus on the favourites from both the men’s and women’s draws and of course, assess how far the top Brits may go.

Wimbledon Betting Tips Odds 2022

Novak Djokovic 4/5
Matteo Berrettini 11/2
Rafael Nadal 7/1
Hubert Hurkacz 12/1
Carlos Alcaraz 12/1
Felix Auger Aliassime 15/1
Stefanos Tsisipas 22/1
Nick Kyrgios 25/1
Marin Cilic 25/1
66/1 bar
* (betting odds taken at 08:12 GMT on June 25th, 2022 at Unibet)

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A Brief History of Wimbledon

There are features of Wimbledon that really make it stand out. It is a tournament that is steeped in tradition, like an all-white dress code for the players. Like strawberries and cream. The first edition was held in 1877, making it not only the oldest Grand Slam in tennis but the oldest tennis tournament in the world.

Wimbledon is the third Grand Slam of the year, following on from the Austrian Open and the French Open. It’s the only one of the four Slams played on grass. There was no Wimbledon in 2020 the first time that the tournament had not been played since World War II.

Our betting prediction:
Novak Djokovic

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(odds recorded 2000 GMT, Wednesday 8 January)


Wimbledon 2022 Details

There is a slight change to Wimbledon 2022 as the middle Sunday will be fully used as part of the main schedule. It has usually been held back as a spare day to only be used when needed, such as there being a backlog of games due to inclement weather.

The 2022 edition is the 135th edition of Wimbledon and it also celebrates 100 years of the famous Centre Court. No ranking points will be available at Wimbledon this year, which has caused some controversy. Some players have skipped the tournament because of it.

Who is the favourite in Wimbledon betting tips odds?

There is no Roger Federer lining up at Wimbledon 2022, as the Swiss great is out because of injury. Eight-time Wimbledon winner Federer has been struggling for playing time since 2020. Since the start of that particular year, he has played fewer than 20 matches.

World Number One Daniil Medvedev is excluded from the tournament. Another big name missing from the 2022 men’s Wimbledon draw is Alexander Zverev who was badly injured in the French Open semi-finals.

That leaves an obvious name at the top of the list for Wimbledon betting tips 2022. That’s Novak Djokovic who is the 4/5 odds-on favourite* (betting odds taken at 08:12 GMT on June 25th, 2022 at Unibet).

Djokovic is the reigning champion after collecting last year’s title against Italy’s Matteo Berrettini. Djokovic fought back from having lost the ongoing set on a tie-break, to win 3-1.

That was the sixth Wimbledon title for Djokovic and the third consecutive title for him as well. He is the one to beat.

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Main contenders

Alongside Novak Djokovic to size up for Wimbledon tips, who else is going to be on the radar for this year’s action?

There’s Rafael Nadal who has decided to take part. His participation at Wimbledon this year was looking in doubt after his struggles at the French Open, needing foot injections to be able to play.

The 36-year-old has won Wimbledon twice before, 2010 being the last time he did so. Nadal has not been to a Wimbledon Final since 2011.

But he’s collected both the Australian Open and French Open this year, and Nadal doesn’t know “quit”.

Matteo Berrettini is expected to be back in the hunt for the Wimbledon title after reaching last year’s final. That was the first-ever Slam final for the Italian.

Berrettini has reached at least the quarter finals in each of his last four Grand Slam appearances. That includes a semi-final at this year’s Australian Open. H

e missed the French Open as he was recovering from surgery, but returned in style, winning the Stuttgart Open and then Queens on grass.

Carlos Alcaraz has had a phenomenal year. The young Spaniard has won two Masters 1000 titles, at the Miami Open and the Madrid Open.

This will be just the second appearance at Wimbledon for the 19-year-old, who is at 12/1 to take the title* (betting odds taken at 08:12 GMT on June 25th, 2022 at Unibet).

Hubert Hurcakz put together a spectacular run at Wimbledon last year, reaching the semi-finals.

That remains the Polish players’ best Grand Slam finish. Another player on the radar is Felix Auger Aliassime who was a losing quarter-finalist last year. The Canadian has made it to at least the quarter finals in three of his last four Grand Slam appearances.

Last 10 men’s Wimbledon winners

  • 2021 Novak Djokovic
  • 2019 Novak Djokovic
  • 2018 Novak Djokovic
  • 2017 Roger Federer
  • 2016 Andy Murray
  • 2015 Novak Djokovic
  • 2014 Novak Djokovic
  • 2013 Andy Murray
  • 2012 Roger Federer
  • 2011 Novak Djokovic

Andy Murray Wimbledon Odds 2022

Two-time Wimbledon champion Andy Murray has been fighting injury to get ready for Wimbledon.

He is going into the tournament and kicks things off in the first round against James Duckworth.

Murray is a 40/1 contender in this year’s Wimbledon betting odds* (betting odds taken at 08:12 GMT on June 25th, 2022 at Unibet). I

it would be stunning if he defied those odds. But still, he is a lot shorter in the outright winner market than fellow Brit Cameron Norrie.

That’s a surprise, as Norrice has had a much stronger year than Murray and debuted in the world’s top ten for the first time in April.

Norrie is at 125/1 outright in Wimbledon tennis odds 2022* (betting odds taken at 08:12 GMT on June 25th, 2022 at Unibet).

Women’s Wimbledon Odds 2022

Iga Swiatek 6/4
Ons Jabeur 8/1
Cori Gauff 12/1
Simona Halep 16/1
Jelena Ostapenko 18/1
Petra Kvitova 14/1
Beatriz Haddad Maia 18/1
Belinda Bencic 18/1
SeranW Williams 201/
Bianca Andreescu 22/1
Angeluien Kerber 22/1
33/1 bar
* (betting odds taken at 08:12 GMT on June 25th, 2022 at Unibet)

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Swiatek rolls into SW19 as Women’s Favourite

World Number One Iga Swiatek is the frontrunner in the market for the women’s draw and in Wimbledon tips.

The Polish star has had a phenomenal year, winning six tiles and racking up a match-winning streak of 35 wins in a row.

The 35th win came when she landed the French Open title against Coco Gauff recently.

Swiatek reached the fourth round at last year’s Wimbledon, just her second appearance in the main draw.

She is the big star of the game at the moment. Swiatek is 6/4 to add the Wimbledon title to her cabinet* (betting odds taken at 08:12 GMT on June 25th, 2022 at Unibet)

Who is not appearing at Wimbledon 2022?

There are some big names missing from the women’s draw at Wimbledon 2022 including last year’s title winner.

That was Ashleigh Barty who has since retired from the sport. She bowed out at the top of her game after winning this year’s Australian Open.

Five-time champion Venus Wiliams has taken a pass, while Naomi Osaka is out through injury.

Aryna Sabalenka, Victoria Azarenka, Daria Kastakina and others from Russia and Belarus are excluded from the draw.

Other contenders in Wimbledon Betting Tips

Ons Jabeur warmed up for Wimbledon by playing doubles with Serena Williams at Eastbourne. The Tunisian star was a quarter-finalist at Wimbledon last year. Jabeur did reach a couple of WTA 1000 finals this year, winning in Madrid.

She is one of the better grass players around and is at 8/1 in Wimbledon odds* (betting odds taken at 08:12 GMT on June 25th, 2022 at Unibet).

Cori Gauff had a career breakthrough moment by reaching their first Grand Slam Final recently.

She couldn’t stop Iga Swiatek in the showpiece match at the 2022 French Open, but that was a notable progressive step for the young American.

2019 champion Simona Halep is back for another attempt as well. Halep, largely disrupted by injuries to be fair, hasn’t been to a Grand Slam final since that Wimbledon victory.

She’s a dangerous floater in the draw, however, so too is two-time winner Petra Kvitova who just lifted the Eastbourne title. The 2014 champion is a top-class performer on the grass.

Last 10 Women’s Wimbledon Winners

  • 2021 Ashleigh Barty
  • 2019 Simona Halep
  • 2018 Angelique Kerber
  • 2017 Garbine Muguruza
  • 2016 Serena Williams
  • 2015 Serena Williams
  • 2014 Petra Kvitova
  • 2013 Marion Bartoli
  • 2012 Serena Williams
  • 2011 Petra Kvitova

Serena Williams Wimbledon Odds

Serena Williams is back for another Wimbledon appearance. The last time she was at SW19 she had to withdraw in tears after pulling her hamstring in a first-round match.

The American great has not played a singles match since then and the 7-time Wimbledon winner is a 20/1 shot this year* (betting odds taken at 08:12 GMT on June 25th, 2022 at Unibet).

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Emma Raducana Wimbledon Odds

We have to look at Emma Raducanu for Wimbledon tips as well. On her debut appearance at Wimbledon last year, Raducanu reached the fourth round.

That was her Grand Slam debut and she came from nowhere. Raducanu had to bow out of her fourth round match through illness.

But then she rose to bigger things when she landed the US Open title as a qualifier last year.

The young Brit has struggled with injury issues since Flushing Meadows.

She goes into Wimbledon after just one grass match appearnace this year. She didn’t complete that after a freak injury in the first set, leaving her short of preparations.

Emma Raducanu opens on Centre Court against Allison van Uytvank. As far as landing this year’s Wimbledon title, she’s way out 40/1* (betting odds taken at 08:12 GMT on June 25th, 2022 at Unibet).

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