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The worlds oldest tennis tournament is back after a year-long break due to Coronavirus restrictions, players and fans alike are ecstatic for the tournament to return as we prepare for the influx of bets during the event, here is all you need to know before it starts. 


The first Wimbledon Men’s Championships were held in 1877 in the same place they are now, the All-England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club. Since it began on two occasions has Wimbledon not went ahead, once in the 1940’s due to World War 2 and again in 2020 because of the pandemic so Wimbledon 2021 should be one to remember. 

Types of Bets

Since Tennis is a game of both skill and luck, it is no wonder that gamblers are eager to place wagers on the outcome. In fact, there are so many different types of bets available for users which make placing bets on Tennis so enjoyable. Possibly the most popular wager to place is an outright bet where you choose who will come out as victor in a specific tournament. 

Wimbledon is always an entertaining competition to have bets placed on. Money can be placed of anything from Men’s Singles to Mixed Doubles that keeps the stakes high during the entire competition. Different betting options include set and game betting, in which you’re able choose who will win a particular set or exact match. Knowledgeable betters might also place wagers on correct scores for specific matches, this is where information on players attributes and past scores come in handy. If you are new to betting in general there are pages explaining betting odds or how to place bets available to you. 

Betting Odds and Predictions

The most probable winner of the Men’s Singles this year according to bookies odds is Novak Djokovic who already owns 19 Grand Slam titles and 5 Wimbledon championships. However, the record breakers Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal are also taking part this year and with 20 Grand Slam singles titles each including Men’s Wimbledon Finals there is clearly a lot of competition in Wimbledon 2021. Some of the odds available are: 

  • Novak Djokovic (6/5)  
  • Stefanos Tsitsipas (13/2)  
  • Daniil Medvedev (13/2) 
  • Roger Federer (7/1) 
  • Rafael Nadal (15/2) 
  • Alexander Zverev (12/1) 
  • Dominic Thiem (25/1) 
  • Audrey Rublev (30/1) 
  • Nick Kyrgios (30/1) 
  • Milos Raonic (30/1) 

The favourites in the Women’s Singles this year are Naomi Osaka and Ashleigh Barty although Osaka’s attendance is unclear as she has dropped out of both the French open and the Berlin WTA 5000 due to health reasons. The odds on our affiliate sites are still favouring Ashleigh Barty to win, other names for the event include: 

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

Where to Bet

If you are looking for a site on which to place your Wimbledon 2021 bets why not look through our Tennis Betting websites and see what’s on offer. Whether you are looking for a new site or a first site to get a taste of Wimbledon betting our sites offer brilliant starting bonuses for sports gambling. 

When does it start?

The starting date of Wimbledon 2021 is Monday, June 28th and finish 2 weeks later on Sunday, July 11th with the Wimbledon Men’s Final. The start date is getting closer so if you haven’t yet now would be a good time to lock in those bets whilst the odds are available. After missing out on Wimbledon 2020 I think a lot of players will be hoping to get something from the competition, there could be some unexpected finishes this year, perhaps even Canada’s own Bianca Andreescu or Milos Raonic could beat the competition.