Wimbledon 2021: Preview and Prediction

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Wimbledon is coming back! The 2020 Championships were postponed due to the Coronavirus pandemic and fans of Tennis and betting on the event can’t smile wide enough. The oldest professional Tennis tournament in the world is back in all its glory so have your strawberries and cream at the ready and your bets placed. If you are yet to place any bets this year or ever check out our guide to sports betting to help you get off to a good start. 

When is Wimbledon?  

Wimbledon this year is going to commence on Monday, 28th July and will give you 2 weeks to get all of your bets in before the Men’s Singles final on Sunday, 11th July. You have still got time yet to look through the full list of players and odds available to you. 

History of Wimbledon

Wimbledon is the oldest and most prestigious tennis tournament in the world. The competition dates back to 1877 for men and 1882 for women, with more than a century of history behind it! Wimbledon has been held every year since its creation other than 1940-1945 due to WWII and 2020 because of the pandemic. 

Betting on Wimbledon 

The different bets you can place on competitions like this are why it is so popular among bettors all over the world. The most common and therefore simplest stake to place for these types of events is an outright to guess who will win the tournament. There are also a number of great wagers to stake like the winner of individual sets or games and even the correct score a game will finish on for those that know a bit more about players chances in the competition.  

The long list of bets that can be placed at this competition is what makes it so interesting and there are also multiple game types including men’s/women’s singles or doubles as well as mixed doubles that means throughout the event you will struggle to be without a game to bet on. The brilliant odds available on all of these games and bet types can be viewed from our affiliate sites. 

Previous winners of Wimbledon

The Wimbledon 2019 results could be used to give some suggestions as to who will come out on top this year although there are many players who have performed well in the Australian and French open. The results from 2019 were: Men’s Singles (Novak Djokovic), Women’s Singles (Simona Halep), Men’s Doubles (Juan Sebastian Cabal/Robert Farah), Women’s Doubles (Hsieh Su-wei/Barbora Strycova). The record for most Wimbledon Men’s Singles is held by Roger Federer who will also be performing at Wimbledon 2021, having won 8 titles since 2003 he is truly a testament to the sport. Similarly in the Women’s Singles Serena Williams, with 7 titles at Wimbledon is competing this year. The competition is hot for this tournament, but what are the odds for each player? 

Winning Odds

Novak Djokovic is looking favourite to win the Men’s Singles tournament this year and Naomi Osaka and Ashleigh Barty both equally balanced to win the Women’s Singles. However, Naomi Osaka has dropped out of the French open and Berlin WTA 5000 in the past few months so there is a lot of speculation about whether she will take part or not. 

Here is some of the Men’s and Women’s Singles outright odds available on our Affiliate sites, 


  • Novak Djokovic (10/11) 
  • Daniil Medvedev (13/2) 
  • Stefanos Tsitsipas (13/2) 
  • Roger Federer (8/1) 
  • Alexander Zverev (12/1) 
  • Matteo Berrettini (17/1) 
  • Milos Raonic (30/1) 
  • Dominic Thiem (30/1) 
  • Nick Kyrgios (30/1) 
  • Andrey Rublev (30/1) 


  • Ashleigh Barty (6/1) 
  • Naomi Osaka (13/2) 
  • Serena Williams (7/1) 
  • Garbine Muguruza (10/1) 
  • Petra Kvitova (10/1) 
  • Bianca Andreescu (10/1) 
  • Simona Halep (11/1) 
  • Aryna Sabalenka (12/1) 
  • Iga Swiatek (14/1) 
  • Karolina Pliskova (18/1) 

Where To Bet On Wimbledon? 

If you are looking for a site to help you during the Wimbledon tournament but are confused by the huge amount of choice available, then look at our sports betting sites page. Each site comes with a review and rating to help you make a decision and offers brilliant odds and starting bonuses for new joiners.