Wimbledon Tennis Betting Tips

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2023 Wimbledon Betting Odds

Wimbledon is the biggest tennis tournament in the world, with the competition in London, England the one that all players want to win. 

Players on the pristine grass courts, Roger Federer is a player that has become synonymous with the competition, but he will miss Wimbledon this year after retiring from tennis. This gives the likes of Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal another huge chance to snare another Wimbledon triumph, while Iga Swiatek is fancied to lift the trophy on the women's side of the competition. 


Men's Wimbledon Winner
Odds
Novak Djokovic$2.20
Carlos Alcarez$4.50
Matteo Berrettini$8.50
Daniil Medvedev$10.00
Rafael Nadal$10.00
Nick Kyrgios$12.00
Alexander Zverev$13.00
Rest of the field$19.00+
Note: Odds from Betfair. Correct on 31/3/2023

Women's Wimbledon Winner
Odds
Iga Swiatek$4.20
Elena Rybakina$5.00
Aryna Sabalenka$8.00
Ons Jabeur$9.00
Cori Gauff$13.00
Caroline Garcia$15.00
Rest of the field$17.00+
Note: Odds from Betfair. Correct on 31/3/2023

Wimbledon Betting Tips


Wimbledon is the third grand slam tennis tournament of the calendar year. Bets.com.au provides betting tips, match previews and live streaming guides for the major.

Held at the All England Tennis Club in London, Wimbledon sees the best players from around the world take to the grass courts in search of grand slam glory.

Our best bets are available throughout the tournaments for all the key matches as well as Wimbledon futures bets and predictions.

Wimbledon Live Streaming


Watch matches from Wimbledon with the bet365 live streaming service. Bet365 have made it easy to switch between live-action and betting markets with funded sports betting account and an internet connection. 

Our Wimbledon live streaming guide shows you how to watch all of the action live online.

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Betting on the Wimbledon


Tennis punters have no shortage of markets to bet on for the average tennis game and that number grows even higher for games played at major tournaments.

Here is an outline of the most popular markets:

Head-to-head betting: This market is pretty simple — you pick the winner of the match, you win the bet. Be warned, different bookmakers have different rules for mid-game retirements, so sometimes if you think you’ve won, you really haven’t.

Set betting: In set betting punters can find odds on who wins a particular set, the length of a set, the number of games in a set and how many games a set will go for.  

Correct score first set: The all-important first set is a popular betting market for punters who want some quick returns in what can be a very long game.

Games handicap: The games handicap is a tool for bookmakers to even out the odds and provide a more competitive match, in terms of betting.

A games handicap could look something like this:

Djokovic -6.5 games vs. Thiem +6.5

This means that Djokovic's margin must be more than 6 games if he wins to cover this spread.

If Djokovic goes on to win the match 6-4, 5-6, 6-4. 7-6, he has won 24 games in total to Thiem's 20. If you bet Thiem to cover the +6.5 spread, you would win the bet.

Wimbledon FAQs

When is the 2023 Wimbledon?

The tournament starts on Monday, July 3  and runs for two weeks, concluding on July 16.

Where is Wimbledon played?

Wimbledon is played every year at the All England Tennis Club, which is located in London.

What surface is Wimbledon played on?

Wimbledon is played on grass courts, and is the only grand slam tournament to be played on the surface.

How to live stream the Wimbledon championships?

Visit our live streaming hub to get all the information on how you can watch Wimbledon alongside the other three major tournaments.