2019 Women’s Wimbledon Odds

By  Jonathan Willis

Friday, June 28th, 2019

2019 Women’s Wimbledon Odds

Women’s tennis is in a strange place right now. There is no longer one dominant player or even a small cabal of dominant players as with the men. The last 10 Grand Slam singles have been won by nine different women with Naomi Osaka emerging as the only player to win two events. With that kind of parity, perhaps it’s no surprise that the field is actually the favorite coming into Wimbledon.

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 Women’s Wimbledon Odds at BookMaker.eu

Ashleigh Barty +460

Serena Williams +550

Angelique Kerber +650

Karolina Pliskova +1000

Petra Kvitova +1200

Naomi Osaka +1400

Simona Halep +1600

Kiki Bertens +2000

Johanna Konta +2200

Madison Keys +2500

Sloane Stephens +3500

Garbine Muguruza +3500

Aryna Sabalenka +4000

Jelena Ostapenko +4000

Venus Williams +5000

Caroline Wozniacki +6000

Victoria Azarenka +6000

Maria Sharapova +6600

Caroline Garcia +7500

Magdalena Rybarikva +10000

Anett Kontaveit +13000

Anastasija Sevastova +13000

Daria Kasatkina +14000

Coco Vandeweghe +18000

Camila Giorgi +25000

Qiang Wang +30000

Danielle Collins +50000

Field +400

Odds Analysis

Australian Ashleigh Barty has seen her odds drop significantly since winning the French Open last month. Barty is currently the No. 1 ranked player in the world after that win, and her rise through the ranks over the last three years has been nothing short of incredible. She left professional tennis to become a cricketer for a couple years and only returned to tennis in early 2016. That time in cricket seems to have paid off as she has an excellent all-around game that makes her tough to beat.
Serena Williams is now 37 years old, but the 23-time Grand Slam winner is still the most feared player in women’s tennis. She has the most powerful serve we’ve ever seen, and that serve makes her a threat to win it all. Williams doesn’t have the mobility she used to and the grind of a two-week tournament does wear her down though.

Over the past four years, Angelique Kerber has been the most consistent player in the world. Kerber has claimed three Grand Slams during that time, and the German is the defending champion at Wimbledon. She has been dealing with a thigh injury that played a part in a first round exit at the French Open, but that has made her well-rested coming into this event.

I’m a little surprised to see Karolina Pliskova as the fourth-favorite coming into Wimbledon. She has been ranked No. 1 in the past, and she is in good form, but she has never advanced past the fourth round of Wimbledon and she has yet to win a Grand Slam. There are better options on the board than Pliskova.

The same is true of Petra Kvitova. Kvitova won Wimbledon in 2011 and 2014, but she has not been the same player since surviving a knife attack in December 2016. Her comeback story is incredible, yet she is ranked No. 6 and has been battling a wrist injury that may lead to her withdrawal from Wimbledon.

Naomi Osaka is my favorite play on the board. She is the reigning champion at both the US Open and the Australian Open, yet she is 14-1 here. Osaka is the No. 2 ranked player in the world, and I’m not scared off after a lackluster performance at the French Open. She has had some trouble on grass courts. Osaka has not advanced past the third round of Wimbledon in her two previous appearances, and her style of play isn’t best suited for grass, but I think she’s the most talented player today.

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