2024 Wimbledon Championship Tennis Betting Odds

2024 Wimbledon Championship Betting

2024 Wimbledon Championship Tennis Betting Odds

For sports fans and gamblers who are tired of slick marketing, noise for the sake of noise, and sizzle over steak, the Wimbledon Championships offer a wonderful respite. That break from the narcissism of today’s sporting world is the traditions of the event that are unrivaled. Wimbledon requires a strict dress code for its players and mandatory media involvement. Good manners and etiquette are mandatory for participation at Wimbledon. Perhaps only golf’s Masters Tournament can rival Wimbledon in its grandeur and glory.

In the world of gambling, Wimbledon is the biggest gambling event on the tennis calendar each year. Wimbledon draws massive causal betting action, rivalry March Madness in its proportion of casual to sharp money.

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2024 Wimbledon Championship At a Glance

Location: All-England Club, London, England

Date: July 1-14, 2024

Surface: Grass

Total Participants: 128 men and women

Defending Champions: Carlos Alcaraz, Marketa Vondrousova

Last year, Carlos Alcaraz snapped Novak Djokovic’s reign of four consecutive Wimbledon titles. Alcaraz, age 20, is one of the new emerging stars in men’s tennis. On the women’s side, Marketa Vondrousova made her native Czech Republic proud by becoming the seventh different female champion in seven years at Wimbledon.

In a brilliant, gutsy performance in the Wimbledon final, then-world No. 1 Carlos Alcaraz won his second Grand Slam title in less than a year, defeating seven-time Wimbledon champ Novak Djokovic 1-6, 7-6 (6), 6-1, 3-6, 6-4 and ending the 36-year-old Serbian's quest for the calendar Grand Slam in 2023.

The match lasted four hours and 42 minutes and was the third-longest final in Wimbledon history. At 20 years, 72 days old, Alcaraz became the third-youngest men's winner at Wimbledon in the Open era (since 1968).

In El Palmar, Spain, the village where Alcaraz grew up, hundreds of locals gathered at a youth center in the town square to watch their favorite player make history.

Playing in only his fourth tournament on grass, Alcaraz has proved to be a quick study on the surface. In two previous appearances at the All England Club, Alcaraz had finished no better than the fourth round. He displayed marked improvement last year, but nothing about his performance signaled he would lift the Gentlemen's Singles Trophy one year later or have the game and audacity to beat one of the all-time great grass-court players on Centre Court.

Before the second set in the final, Djokovic's serve had been broken only three times in 103 games this fortnight. Alcaraz did better than that in three sets, storming back from a disastrous opening hour of tennis. Djokovic was clinical in the first set. He dismantled Alcaraz's forehand and rushed him into errors. Alcaraz won only his final service game that set, but he came alive on every point as if the game were suddenly coming into focus.

After trading breaks with Djokovic in the second set, he faced him in a tiebreak. At Wimbledon. Down a set. In the final. On Centre Court. And he became the first person to beat the 23-time Grand Slam champ in a tiebreak since Rafael Nadal in the quarters of last year's French Open. After clinching the 85-minute second set, he lifted his racket to the sky, enticing the Wimbledon crowd to enjoy the moment with him.

Alcaraz said many times that he believed he could beat Djokovic in the final. But there's a vast divide between believing and doing. What Alcaraz accomplished -- in a changing-of-the-guard moment that's being compared to Roger Federer's 2001 upset of Pete Sampras here in the fourth round -- is difficult to overstate. Djokovic hadn't lost a match here since 2017. He is a seven-time Wimbledon champion and already won the first two majors of this year.

Djokovic was also on track to add a rare accomplishment: a calendar Grand Slam. That a player with 17 matches of grass-court experience ended his hope of holding all four major titles within the same calendar year is remarkable. That Alcaraz outplayed Djokovic on the court where he built his dynasty is legend-making. With his win, Alcaraz becomes the second-youngest player to beat Djokovic in a major. The youngest? Alcaraz's compatriot, Nadal, in the 2006 French Open quarterfinals.

In the previous month, after suffering a disappointing loss to Djokovic in the Roland Garros semifinal, Alcaraz opted to play a grass-court warmup tournament at London's Queen's Club. He looked uncomfortable and uncertain in the first round as he deciphered how to translate his game to grass. But with each match, he improved his footwork and moved with more confidence out of the corners. He said he'd been watching video of eight-time Wimbledon champion Federer, the player to whom he's most compared, and former world No. 1 Andy Murray. He said he considers them to be the best movers on grass and wanted to emulate their style.

Wimbledon Championship Winners (2000)

2023 Carlos Alcaraz Marketa Vondrousova
2022 Novak Djokovic Elena Rybakina
2021 Novak Djokovic Ashleigh Barty
2020 Tournament Cancelled due to COVID-19
2019 Novak Djokovic Simona Halep
2018 Novak Djokovic Angelique Kerber
2017 Roger Federer Garbine Muguruza
2016 Andy Murray Serena Williams
2015 Novak Djokovic Serena Williams
2014 Novak Djokovic Petra Kvitova
2013 Andy Murray Marion Bartoli
2012 Roger Federer Serena Williams
2011 Novak Djokovic Petra Kvitova
2010 Rafael Nadal Serena Williams
2009 Roger Federer Serena Williams
2008 Rafael Nadal Venus Williams
2007 Roger Federer Venus Williams
2006 Roger Federer Amelie Mauresmo
2005 Roger Federer Venus Williams
2004 Roger Federer Maria Sharapova
2003 Roger Federer Serena Williams
2002 Lleyton Hewitt Serena Williams
2001 Goran Ivanisevic Venus Williams
2000 Pete Sampras Venus Williams
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Favorites have historically dominated Wimbledon. The Gentlemen’s side of the draw has seen just four winners since 2003, and the Williams sisters reigned on the Ladies side winning 12 titles in 17 years between 2000 and 2016. With both Venus and Serena Williams aging out, the Ladies' side has been up for grabs with six different winners over the last six tournaments.

Roger Federer won the Gentlemen’s singles title a record eight times and matched the record of five consecutive victories set by Bjorn Borg in the 1970s. Federer also finished as runner-up four times, losing three times to Novak Djokovic and once to Rafael Nadal.

Most Career Men's Wins

8 Roger Federer 2003-2007, 2009, 2012, 2017
7 Novak Djokovic 2011, 2014, 2015, 2018, 2019, 2021, 2022
7 Pete Sampras 1993-1995, 1997-2000
5 Bjorn Borg 1976-1980
3 Boris Becker 1985, 1986, 1989
3 John McEnroe 1981, 1983, 1984

The usual suspects have won Wimbledon over the last five decades, with all the best players claiming multiple titles. Bjorn Borg won five straight titles to become the most storied player in men’s tennis during his time, and Boris Becker and John McEnroe were the best at different points during the 1980s. Pete Sampras appeared set to go down as the most successful player in the history of this competition after winning seven titles in eight years. However, Roger Federer was able to surpass his record with an unprecedented run of dominance. Federer is hoping to hold off Novak Djokovic, who has won Wimbledon seven times.

Most Career Women's Wins

9 Martina Navratilova 1978-1979, 1982-1987, 1990
7 Steffi Graf 1988-1989, 1991-1993, 1995-1996
7 Serena Williams 2002-2003, 2009-2010, 2012, 2015-2016
5 Venus Williams 2000-2001, 2005, 2007-2008
4* Billie Jean King 1968, 1972, 1973, 1975
3 Chris Evert 1974, 1976, 1981

Martina Navratilova is the Queen of Wimbledon. She won at the All-England Club nine times in 13 years, winning six straight titles at one point. It’s hard to imagine her nine titles will ever be topped with her closest pursuer, Serena Williams, having recently retired. Serena had a good run, winning her seven titles in 15 years while also finishing as runner-up four times. Serena’s last title in 2016 started a run of six straight different champs on the Ladies side.

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