2019 Men’s Wimbledon Odds

By  Jonathan Willis

Thursday, June 27th, 2019

2019 Men’s Wimbledon Odds

Three players have dominated men’s tennis for the entirety of the 2010s, and that trio of ageless players are the heavy favorites coming into this year’s Wimbledon. Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, and Roger Federer are the three favorites here, and they have combined to win 14 of the last 16 Wimbledon titles. Andy Murray was the only player other than those three to win a title at Wimbledon, but he has since retired from competitive singles tennis due to recurring injuries.

The 2019 Wimbledon will take place at the All England Club in London, United Kingdom. This tournament will run for the next two weeks, and matches will be on the Tennis Channel, NBCSN, or NBC.

2019 Men’s Wimbledon Odds at BookMaker.eu

Novak Djokovic +140

Roger Federer +300

Rafael Nadal +570

Stefanos Tsitsipas +1900

Dominic Thiem +3200

Alexander Zverev +3500

Marin Cilic +3800

Kevin Anderson +4500

Milos Raonic +4500

Nick Kyrgios +5000

Daniil Medvedev +5500

Stan Wawrinka +7000

Karen Khachanov +7500

Gael Monfils +8000

Grigor Dimitrov +10000

Jo Wilfred Tsonga +10000

John Isner +12000

Tomas Berdych +12000

Denis Shapovalov +12000

Kei Nishikori +14000

Borna Coric +15000

Kyle Edmund +16000

Sam Querrey +16000

Alex de Minaur +30000

Richard Gasquet +40000

Field +1000

Odds Analysis

Djokovic is the deserved favorite here. He has won three of the last four majors, and he has claimed three of the last five Wimbledon titles too. Djokovic has been the No. 1 ranked player in the world for nearly eight months, and as the youngest of the three favorites, he probably has the freshest legs.

Additionally, he has dominated the other two in recent years. Nadal hasn’t defeated Djokovic on a surface other than clay since the 2013 US Open, and Djokovic has won four straight and eight of his last ten matches against Federer.

It’s incredible that Federer is still playing at an elite level at the age of 37, and it’s crazy to see a 37-year-old have the second-best odds at Wimbledon. Federer is the best player the game has ever seen, but I would avoid him at this price. I think his legacy is priced into this line as much as anything, and that’s never a good sign. The good news is he will be playing on fresh legs.

Nadal is the best clay court player the world has ever seen, but he has only won twice at Wimbledon and he hasn’t won the event since 2010. Injuries over the years have had a lot to do with that, but his game just doesn’t have the same affect on grass that it does on clay.

The three favorites have combined to win the last 10 majors, so the best value is definitely in players outside of those three. Stan Wawrinka was the last person not named Djokovic, Federer, or Nadal to win a major, and that was the 2016 US Open. He is a hefty longshot here at 70-1, and he has not made it past the quarterfinals of Wimbledon yet in his career.

Stefanos Tsitsipas is the next great tennis star, and he is the first favorite after the big three. The Greek national has yet to win a Grand Slam event, but he did have a breakthrough earlier this year by making it to the semifinals of the Australian Open. He has an aggressive mentality, and that will likely come in handy against players that don’t have the same stamina.

Then, there’s Nick Kyrgios. Kyrgios is one of the most talented young players in tennis today, but his frequent outbursts have not made him many fans. If he can put it all together he can make a run, but he has yet to prove that will happen.

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