2021 Wimbledon Odds Tracker
- View updated Wimbledon odds for all of the top contenders
- Djokovic is the favorite for Wimbledon on the men’s side, with Barty is favored to win on the ladies’ side
- Discover which country has produced the most Wimbledon champions
Wimbledon 2021 will take place on June 28, 2021, at the historic All England Club in Wimbledon, London. We’ve been tracking the odds for all competitors across a number of top sportsbooks since they first became available, and have charted them in the graphs and tables below. Bookmark this page and visit it regularly to see how the odds for the top contenders ebb and flow as Wimbledon approaches.
- [7/9/21] Djokovic is a heavy favorite over Berrettini at -500 odds in the Wimbledon Final on Sunday
- [7/6/21] Once +30000, Marton Fucsovics is into the quarters and is the longest shot now at +14000
- [6/30/21] Into the third round and after Tsitsipas was knocked out early, odds keep shortening on Djokovic to -167
- [6/17/21] After Nadal withdrew from the tournament, Djokovic is now the odds-on favorite at -109
- [6/14/21] Djokovic’s +125 odds to win Wimbledon have remained unchanged after winning the French Open. Finalist Tsitsipas is now +600
- [4/7/21] Over the past year Alexander Zverev has seen his odds fall from +1200 to +2000
- [4/20/20] 2018 and 2019 winner Novak Djokovic is the early favorite over one year from the tournament with odds of +150
2021 Wimbledon Men’s Singles Odds
All odds as of July 9 at DraftKings
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Wimbledon Odds for ATP Top 5 Men’s Singles Players
Dominic Thiem may currently be ranked third in the world, but he’s still seen as a decent outsider to win at Wimbledon next year with opening odds of 20-1.
Odds for Recent Wimbledon Men’s Singles Champions
It’s the Big Three who’ll fill up this chart, as Andy Murray is the only other player to have won at Wimbledon this past decade. Due to injuries, he didn’t even participate in the 2019 men’s singles, only playing mixed doubles with Serena Williams.
Recent Wimbledon Men’s Singles Champions
No one has had more success at Wimbledon in the Open Era than Roger Federer. The Swiss Maestro has won the tournament eight times and captured five consecutive titles from 2003 to 2007.
Wimbledon Men’s Singles Championships By Country
The US has a long way to go to catch up to the UK, which has won 37 Wimbledon titles since 1877. The last Brit to hoist the Gentleman’s Singles Trophy was Andy Murray, who won his second Wimbledon title in 2016.
- [7/8/21] Ashleigh Barty is a heavy -235 favorite over Karolina Pliskova in the finals
- [6/30/21] Aryna Sabalenka is now second favorite at +700, shortened from +1100
- [6/17/21] Top contender Osaka has withdrawn from the tournament leaving Barty, Williams ans Kvitova as the top favorites
- [6/14/21] After winning the French Open, Barbora Krejcikova now has +3000 odds to win Wimbledon
- [4/7/21] When these odds opened, Naomi Osaka was +1000. She has since seen those odds nearly halved, now +550
- [4/20/20] Neither Ashleigh Barty or Bianca Andreescu have ever won Wimbledon, but each open with the shortest odds to win in 2021 at 6-1
2021 Wimbledon Women’s Singles Odds
Wimbledon Odds for WTA Top 5 Women’s Singles Players
Of the currently-ranked top-five in women’s tennis as of opening, it’s Elina Svitolina with the longest odds of winning in 2021 at 22-1.
Odds for Recent Wimbledon Women’s Singles Champions
2018 winner Angelique Kerber has opened at average odds of +4000 , while 2017 winner Garbine Muguruza opened at +1400.
Recent Wimbledon Women’s Singles Champions
Wimbledon has been a true home-away-from-home for the Williams Sisters. Venus and Serena have combined to win 12 Wimbledon singles championships and six doubles championships since the turn of the century.
Wimbledon Women’s Singles Championships By Country
Wimbledon may be a British tournament, but it’s been dominated by the US since 1905, when May Sutton won her first of two titles. The last American to claim the Ladies’ Singles Plate was Serena Williams, who stood tall at center court in 2016.
However, in 2019, Simona Halep defeated Williams in the women’s singles finals 6-2 6-2 to become the first Romanian to win a Wimbledon title.