If you are thinking about betting on the upcoming Wimbledon 2021 championships, you’ve come to the right place. At OddsChecker, our in-house team of analysts routinely checks the latest Wimbledon odds daily to ensure you get the best value for all your Wimbledon bets this summer.
Whether you plan to wager on the Wimbledon Men’s odds or the Wimbledon Ladies’ odds, our Wimbledon betting odds grids are the easiest and fastest way to find the best available odds on your favored players.
To explore the full list of futures Wimbledon tennis odds, just click the ‘More Odds’ button to expand our grids including Wimbledon odds from 11 of the leading US sportsbooks.
If you want to understand how Wimbledon odds work, it’s important to grasp the American odds format first. With most outright futures markets in Grand Slam tennis tournaments, the players are displayed in positive odds. That’s because there are so many potential winners of the tournament that the odds need to be sufficiently large enough.
When it comes to the Match Odds and Moneyline markets for individual matches at Wimbledon, you will often find a player with a negative odd and one with a positive odd. The former is considered the pre-match favorite and the latter is the pre-match underdog.
Let’s run through a couple of examples of Wimbledon odds to help make things clearer:
Novak Djokovic is priced at +140 in the outright Wimbledon odds market. If you place a $100 wager on Djokovic to win Wimbledon 2021 – and he does so – you stand to win $140, along with your $100 stake returned.
If Novak Djokovic is priced at -500 to win his 2nd Round Wimbledon 2021 match, he is a clear pre-match favorite. You would need to wager $500 to win $100 if Djokovic wins the match. For smaller wagers, you would need to wager $5 to win $1 if Djokovic wins the match.
According to the Wimbledon Men's odds market, Novak Djokovic is the pre-tournament favorite by some distance. The Serbian is available at a best price of +145 with Resorts Casino. Djokovic comes into Wimbledon 2021 in stellar form, having won both the Australian Open and French Open so far this year. Victory at SW19 would keep the dream alive for Djokovic to claim a clean sweep of Grand Slams this season.
Djokovic's Wimbledon tennis odds are likely to shorten after the decision of Spaniard Rafael Nadal to withdraw from Wimbledon, as well as Tokyo 2020, in order to prolong; his career. This opens the door to the likes of Stefanos Tsitsipas (+975), Daniil Medvedev (+1075) and Alex Zverev (+1400). Tsitsipas reached the French Open final recently but was unable to deny Djokovic his second win at Roland Garros.
It's also important not to discount veteran Roger Federer, who has been the darling of Wimbledon's Center Court crowd for the best part of two decades. Federer, who has eight Wimbledon titles to his name, has battled back from major knee surgery but may lack the durability to go all the way at this year's championships.
In the Wimbledon Ladies odds market, there seems to be nine or ten contenders that the leading sportsbooks believe have a reasonable chance of winning at SW19. Although world number one Ashleigh Barty (+700) and Serena Williams (+900) lead the way, there are several other contenders with closely matched futures odds.
Naomi Osaka (+1075), Petra Kvitova (+1200), Garbine Muguruza (+1300) and Bianca Andreescu (+1400) are all priced at attractive odds to make a bold run at the 2021 Wimbledon championships. Simona Halep won the last 2019 Wimbledon championships and she is available at a best price of +1700 with DraftKings.
American starlet Cori Gauff (+2300), who shot to stardom at Wimbledon 2019 when defeating her idol Venus Williams in straight sets, could also run deep this summer. Gauff became the youngest player to qualify for the Wimbledon Ladies draw aged just 15 years and three months. Now aged 17, Gauff is inside the world top 25 and made her first Grand Slam quarter-final at the 2021 French Open, so is in good form and could be one of the value Wimbledon bets of the summer.
There are many ways you can get involved with Wimbledon odds for the 2021 championships. All of the leading US sportsbooks listed within our Wimbledon betting odds grids offer multiple markets for futures and match betting. If you want to hedge your bets when betting on an outright winner of Wimbledon 2021, you could always place an each-way bet that pays out a quarter or a fifth of the winner odds if they reach the semi-final stage.
If you prefer to bet on tennis in-play, there are many Wimbledon tennis odds markets you can choose from. You can attempt to bet against the spread and bet for or against the pre-match favorite to win with a game handicap. Set betting enables you to wager on the likely final score in sets (best-of-five sets for the Men’s tournament and best-of-three sets for the Ladies’ tournament).
You can also bet on prop bets in-play like the winner of the next game or set, or whether the player can win the next game without conceding a point.
Our Wimbledon odds are also ripe for daily match parlays, with the chance to combine multiple matches into one wager to try and win a lucrative payday.
The 2021 Wimbledon championships is set to begin on 28 June 2021, with the Men’s singles final one of the closing matches on 11 July 2021.
The All England Club cancelled the UK grass court season in 2020 as a consequence of the Covid-19 pandemic. It was the first time that a Wimbledon championships would not be staged since World War II. At the 2019 Wimbledon championships, Novak Djokovic claimed the Men’s title and Romanian Simona Halep claimed the Ladies’ singles title.
Roger Federer’s Wimbledon odds for the 2021 championships are +1400. You can get these odds with DraftKings, Unibet and Sugar House. In comparison with the other contenders in the Wimbledon Men’s odds market, this makes the 39-year-old Swiss the fifth favorite for this year’s tournament. Federer suffered a shock defeat in his usual pre-Wimbledon warm-up in Halle, losing in three sets to Felix Auger-Aliassime in the last 16 stage.
Andy Murray’s Wimbledon odds for the 2021 championships are between +4000 and +8000. You can get these odds with DraftKings, Unibet and Bet365. In comparison with the other contenders in the Wimbledon Men’s odds market, this doesn't makes the 2013 Wimbledon winner a favorite for this year’s tournament. The Scotsman returns for the first time since 2017 and is currently ranked 124 and not among the top 32 seeds.
Serena Williams’ Wimbledon odds for the 2021 championships are currently +900. This price is only available from FanDuel at present. This makes the 39-year-old the second favorite to win on grass and claim her eighth Wimbledon title. The last time Williams prevailed at Wimbledon was five years ago, but the current world number eight still has a power game to be feared on grass.
You can download it from the Official Wimbledon website.Click Here to get the latest PDF with results of the Men's Singles. You can also right click this link + Save link to download the PDF file. Click here for the Ladies Singles Draw PDF. Click here for the Men's Double Draw PDF. Click here for the Ladies Doubles Draw PDF.
We are loading your bets, and they will be here in a second.