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Wimbledon 2023: Preview, Odds & Betting Tips

Wimbledon 2023 Preview

We’re back at the All England Club for the world’s oldest tennis tournament as Novak Djokovic goes in search of a fifth straight Wimbledon victory and his third major of the year. We’ve previewed both the men’s and women’s tournaments, providing some betting tips from the latest tennis odds.

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Wimbledon Men’s Preview – Djokovic the man to beat?

The Serbian’s performances this year suggest he is the man to beat. He dropped one set en route to his Australian Open triumph, before cruising to French Open victory with wins against world number one Carlos Alcaraz and number four Casper Ruud.

What’s more, the most successful men’s player of all time is utterly dominant on Wimbledon’s grass court. Roger Federer is the only player to lift the prestigious trophy more times, with Djokovic looking to tie that record this summer. The 36-year-old is also on track to win his third of four majors in 2023, putting him one step closer to becoming the first player to complete the Grand Slam since Steffi Graf in 1988.

Djokovic’s closest competition is likely Carlos Alcaraz, although question marks remain over his grass-court ability. The Spaniard was knocked out in the second round in 2021, before losing to Jannik Sinner in the fourth round last year.

Wimbledon Women’s Preview – Świątek to win a 5th major?

The bookies have things much closer in the women’s tournament, with Iga Świątek, Aryna Sabalenka and Elena Rybakina all tied as favourites to lift the trophy. Świątek is looking to make her mark in London after dominating the French Open. Although she has won three times at Roland-Garros, once at the US Open, and reached an Australian Open semi-final, she is yet to get beyond the fourth round at Wimbledon.

After winning her first major in Australia earlier this year, Sabalenka will fancy her chances of victory. She has made it to at least the semi-finals in five of the last seven Grand Slam events, the first of which was a semi-final defeat at Wimbledon in 2021.

Reigning champion Rybakina is also fancied to make waves at the All England Club. She impressed in her Wimbledon triumph over Ons Jabeur last year, and narrowly lost out to Sabalenka in the Australian Open final earlier this year.

Latest Wimbledon Betting Odds

Here are the top 10 men leading the Wimbledon betting odds:

Novak Djokovic – 1.73

Carlos Alcaraz – 4.00

Daniil Medvedev – 17.00

Jannik Sinner – 19.00

Nick Kyrgios – 29.00

Alexander Zverev – 29.00

Taylor Fritz – 29.00

Sebastian Korda – 34.00

Holger Rune – 34.00

Stefanos Tsitsipas – 41.00

Here are the top 10 women leading the Wimbledon betting odds:

Aryna Sabalenka – 5.00

Iga Świątek – 5.00

Elena Rybakina – 5.00

Ons Jabeur – 11.00

Karolina Muchova – 15.00

Petra Kvitova – 15.00

Barbora Krejcikova – 19.00

Coco Gauff – 19.00

Jessica Pegula – 26.00

Caroline Garcia – 26.00

Wimbledon 2023 Betting Tips

Novak Djokovic – 1.73

There’s not much value in it, but it’s hard to look anywhere other than Djokovic. His record speaks for itself, particularly on grass. The Serb is on the brink of something special.

Jannik Sinner – 19.00

This is a real outside bet but could be good value if you decide to back the Italian to reach the final, rather than win outright. The 21-year-old is set to have a breakthrough tournament at some stage in the next year. He reached the quarter-final in three of four majors last year and has plenty of room to improve.

Aryna Sabalenka – 5.00

Sabalenka is the most likely challenger to Polish star Iga Świątek. She has been incredibly consistent in the last two years and has prior experience deep in the competition at Wimbledon. Her victory in Australia was a long time coming and could spur her on to bigger and better things.

Ons Jabeur – 11.00

If you’re looking for a longer shot, Jabeur could be the pick. She made the final at Wimbledon and the French Open last year, losing to Rybakina and Świątek. There is a major win on the horizon for the Tunisian.

Where to Watch Wimbledon

The first week’s action will get underway on Monday 3rd July, with the finals taking playing the following week on Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th. The tournament will be broadcast daily on BBC One.

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