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Ah, Wimbledon. The tradition, the pristine courts, the rare air of the royals… and don’t forget all the smashing and grunting and drama too. For betting supremacy, all you need to do is check out Bovada’s Wimbledon odds.

This year’s Wimbledon starts July 1st, and it will feature the world’s best tennis players once again battling it out in front of the world for tennis supremacy.

Let’s dive deeper on some of the top players on the men’s and women’s side of Wimbledon 2024.


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Carlos Alcaraz (+175)

While he held the top spot in the men’s rankings for a short while, Carlos Alcaraz is third in the world at the moment, but a big threat on the grass at Wimbledon.

The men’s #3 seed, behind Jannik Sinner and Novak Djokovic, Alcaraz (along with Sinner) has been given the edge by oddsmakers when it comes to Wimbledon odds at +175 currently.

The Spaniard’s singles record in 2024 is 26-6 so far, but he was just eliminated in the second round of the Queen’s Club tournament, which may give some bettors pause.

Then again, the 21-year-old phenom is the reigning Wimbledon champ and he has two other Grand Slam titles already. This means he can handle the pressure in a way that the number-1 seeded Sinner hasn’t seen yet.

Alcaraz also has a slight edge against his two closest rivals heading into Wimbledon. He’s 5-4 against Sinner in his career, with the most notable victory coming in the semifinals of this year’s French Open. Alcaraz came down from 2 games to 1 before roaring back at Roland Garros. He would go on to win the French Open, the most recent Slam event heading into England.

While he’s proved his mettle in big matches, Alcaraz’s recent forearm injury and performance at the Queen’s Club tune-up event might mean bettors are looking for better value in their Wimbledon odds this year. Which brings us to…

Jannik Sinner (+175)

As the recently crowned new #1 men’s tennis player in the world, Italy’s Jannik Sinner finds himself in new territory heading into Wimbledon this year.

But while he did reach the Wimbledon semifinals in 2023, he hasn’t faced nearly the same amount of center-court pressure that Alcaraz has.

On the other hand, he’s number one right now for a reason. Sinner won the Australian Open earlier this year and he’s 38-3 in singles matches so far this year, earning his share of the top-ranked Wimbledon odds for the moment.

In the recent Halle Open, a grass court tournament that serves as a tune-up for Wimbledon, Sinner took home the top prize – another positive sign for the young Italian.

If you feel Sinner is ready to shine now and you have concerns about Alcaraz’s recent injury woes, you’ll be excused for feeling a little sin-ful.


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Aryna Sabalenka (+275)

With a strong 30-9 singles record so far this year, plus two Wimbledon semifinals in recent years, Aryna Sabalenka is the top-seeded player on the women’s side as we approach opening day at Wimbledon 2024.

Sabalenka is currently ranked #3 in the world, but oddsmakers have placed her chances of taking the title at Wimbledon higher than the two players ahead of her in the rankings, Iga Swiatek and Coco Gauff. This could be in part due to her age and experience. She’s the oldest of the top 3, and she has two Grand Slam titles to her name as well as French Open final and a US Open semifinal appearance in 2023.

For the first time in her career, however, Sabalenka was forced to retire due to injury at the recent Berlin Open. Whether her shoulder issue is a problem at Wimbledon remains to be seen.

Novak Djokovic (+400)

Clearly the senior citizen in the entire field of players at Wimbledon this year, Novak Djokovic is still a major threat.

Arguably (some would say inarguably, but that’s a separate argument) the greatest player in men’s tennis history, Djokovic has won Wimbledon alone 8 times, more than the entire rest of the field combined. His last title in front of the Royal Family was in 2022.

So far in the 2024 tennis season, he’s opted for a lighter playing schedule to help preserve his 37-year-old bones, going 18-6. But it’s not as if he’s rusty; Djokovic is coming off a year in which he took home three out of the four Slams.

But big question marks surround Djokovic as he takes aim at his 25th Grand Slam title. He underwent surgery on his knee on June 5th, which would make a deep run in Wimbledon seem almost impossible. Given the youth and fitness of players like Alcaraz and Sinner, it’s tough to envision Djokovic hoisting the winner’s trophy this year.

It seems that age, experience, and his mental toughness are the three main factors that could account for the Joker’s top-3 Wimbledon odds.

Coco Gauff (+600)

As the top-ranked US women’s player in the world (and the overall number 2), Coco Gauff is on the rise in terms of both skill and the attention she’s getting.

At only 20 years old, Gauff seems destined for multiple Grand Slam titles, but oddsmakers have her in the not-just-yet category for Wimbledon 2024. She’s ranked third when it comes to Wimbledon odds, which looks like good value for bettors when considering her level of talent.

Especially when you consider that, despite her young age, Gauff has already won a US Open title (2023) and reached the finals at the French Open.

That said, her 10 losses on the tour so far this year are the highest amongst the top five ranked players. She also lost in the semifinals of the recent Berlin Open to fellow American Jessica Pegula. The highest she’s made it at Wimbledon is just the fourth round, suggesting she still needs to get used to playing on grass for another season or two.

Whether it’s opening day or you’re getting ready for the finals and breakfast at Wimbledon, Bovada is serving up the Wimbledon odds for each and every one of the men’s and women’s matches.


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