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2019 Wimbledon Odds for Singles Championships
Defending men’s champion Novak Djokovic is the favourite on the men’s side while seven-time winner Serena Williams leads the odds for the women. The men’s side is more open with Rafael Nadal, and Roger Federer left, while the rest of talent on the women’s bracket collectively has one Grand Slam title.
With the field at Wimbledon down to the last four women and men, Wimbledon odds are ripe for the betting on which man and woman will win their respective singles titles.
Both sides have three of the biggest names in tennis remaining. The women’s side is guaranteed a different winner than last year, while the men’s side has three multiple-time winners left, including last year’s champion.
Most online sportsbooks are giving three men and two women good odds to win at Wimbledon.
Wimbledon 2019 Information
- Djokovic, Nadal and Federer won 14 of last 16 Men’s Singles Wimbledon titles
- Djokovic defending champion (won back-to-back in 2014 and 2015)
- Roberto Bautista-Agut best performance at any Grand Slam
- Serena Williams’ seven Wimbledon titles, none for other three women left
- Williams lost in Finals last year
- Barbora Stryvoca ranked 56th in the World, other three all in top-ten
Men’s Singles Odds to Win
- Novak Djokovic -187
- Rafael Nadal +271
- Roger Federer +323
- Roberto Bautista-Agut +3200
Men’s Single Title Prediction
With Nadal and Federer drawing each other in the Semi-Finals, Djokovic owns the best Wimbledon men’s singles odds to win. Djokovic has a clearer path to the Finals, as his opponent Bautista-Agut, has never made it this far at a Grand Slam.
Picking if Nadal or Federer will win on Friday is tough. Nadal owns Federer when the two meet on clay. However, Wimbledon is a grass court where Federer is better. The two have not played at Wimbledon since 2008. Federer owns a 2-1 edge at the tournament.
The three matches are the only time the two have played each other on a grass surface.
Picking Federer or Nadal on Friday is close to picking whether a coin will land on heads or tails. The difficulty in choosing one to win is one of the reasons why Djokovic is the best bet to win at Wimbledon in 2019.
The other reason why the Joker is the best bet to win is his spotless record against Nadal and Federer in the Finals at Wimbledon. Djokovic is 3-0 against Nadal and Federer in the Finals at Wimbledon, beating Nadal in 2011 and Federer in 2014 and 2015.
Pick: Novak Djokovic (-187) to win Wimbledon men’s singles championship
Women’s Singles Odds to Win
- Serena Williams +100
- Simona Halep +180
- Elina Svitolina +575
- Barbora Strycova +950
Women’s Singles Title Prediction
With her historic success at Wimbledon, Serena Williams is our pick to win again in 2019. Williams leads the Wimbledon women’s singles odds and with due cause. Even after losing in last year’s Finals, Williams is still the second-most decorated women at Wimbledon (tied with Steffi Graf).
She is within two titles of Martina Navratilova to become the most successful single’s player (man or woman) in the history of the tournament. Her chance at history should keep her motivated.
Serena Williams also draws the easier side of the bracket. Her Semi-Finals opponents Barbora Strycova is ranked outside the top-50 in the World (although her ranking will skyrocket after making it this far at Wimbledon). Strycova is better known for her play in doubles events, not her performances at Grand Slam tournaments.
Neither of Williams opponents she could face in the Finals has won Wimbledon. Halep, on paper, is a tougher challenger in the Finals, but bettors should feel confident in Williams against her. Williams is 9-2 all-time against Halep.
Svitolina may actually have a better chance at upsetting Williams. Of course, she would have to first get through Halep and not worry about her 1-4 record against Williams. Either way, the other side of the bracket plays out, Williams is the best bet to win the 2019 Wimbledon women’s singles championship.
Pick: Serena Williams (+100) to win Wimbledon women’s singles championship
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