WTA Wimbledon 2019: Barty & Williams Given Better Than 3-1 Odds to Reach the Final
- With qualifiers underway, the first match of the round of 128 will take place July 1st
- Seven-time Wimbledon champion Serena Williams is coming into the tournament among the favorites
- Newly crowned World No. 1 Ashleigh Barty will be going into Wimbledon as the favorite to win the tournament
Wimbledon is set to return from July 1-14, and there are plenty of wagering options for the action at the All England Lawn Tennis Club. The newly released include which WTA stars are most likely to reach the final. Let’s delve into the numbers to see where the value lies.
2019 Wimbledon Final Odds
|Will Ashleigh Barty Reach the Final?||Odds|
After being crowned no. 1 last weekend, Barty has put herself in a position to win Wimbledon as well.
Ashleigh Barty wins #NatureValleyClassic without losing a set.
The reigning Roland Garros champion will overtake the reigning US Open and Australian Open champion on Monday and also secures the provisional No.1 seed for @Wimbledon. pic.twitter.com/wbbRavHP1J
— WTA Insider (@WTA_insider) June 23, 2019
History just might not be on the side of the Australian. The only player to win the French Open and Wimbledon back-to-back since 2003 is Serena Williams. But Barty has a massive serve and a strong hit, which historically has proven to be beneficial for her on the grass surface. She’s currently riding a career-best season, and that could very well take her to the Wimbledon Final.
|Will Serena Williams Reach the Final?||Odds|
The seven-time Wimbledon champ is looking to tie Margaret Court’s record for major single titles with another win this year, but injury has forced her to withdraw from three of the five tournaments she’s competed in this year. The key to Williams making the finals is her health.
Serena Williams among Wimbledon favorites despite injury, drought. @Wimbledon @SerenaWilliams #Odds #Betting #SportsBetting #Serena https://t.co/0xwSbtQvDh pic.twitter.com/0UqpCWEPsN
— FieldLevelMedia (@FieldLevelMedia) June 25, 2019
|Will Angelique Kerber Reach the Final?||Odds|
The reigning champion who beat Serena Williams in straight sets last year has had a decent year so far. Kerber is feeling confident ahead of the tournament playing in Eastbourne these past few days. She might not be one of the players you see in the finals, but she does like playing on grass, so I’m expecting her to make a run.
|Will Madison Keys Reach the Final?||Odds|
Madison Keys recently withdrew from Birmingham which is considered one of the Wimbledon warmups, so with that and only making it to the round of 32 last year, Keys may be one of the least likely to make it to the finals in this group. But something to keep in mind is that she has beat Ashleigh Barty and Naomi Osaka before.
?? time #Wimbledon pic.twitter.com/mK7kG7dmX0
— Madison Keys (@Madison_Keys) June 26, 2019
|Will Naomi Osaka Reach the Final?||Odds|
What’s playing into Osaka’s side for making the finals is that there has been so many different winners on the WTA Tour this year. Yes, Barty has recently dominated, but earlier in the year she wasn’t winning the tournaments. Based on Osaka’s history, she is a decent bet to take in the final.
'You can't win every week' @rogerfederer backs @Naomi_Osaka_ to shine in spotlight
READ: https://t.co/IBwCOI32zh#RogerFederer #NaomiOsaka pic.twitter.com/Gbhrm6K430
— TOI Sports (@toisports) June 22, 2019
|Will Sloane Stephens Reach the Final?||Odds|
Sloane Stephens, who just recently got knocked out of the Eastbourne International in the round of 32, has struggled in some of the bigger tournaments this year. Stephens is also one of the least likely in this group to make the final and didn’t have a very good showing in the tournament last year, losing in the first round.
She's done it! ?@JelenaOstapenk8 serves up a bagel in the second set to level up against @SloaneStephens ?
Watch the nail-biting decider on Eurosport 1 and the Eurosport Player: https://t.co/wml1pZyCnS #NatureValleyInternational pic.twitter.com/cxOWnUkZaV
— Eurosport UK (@Eurosport_UK) June 25, 2019