2022 Wimbledon Odds Tracker
- View updated Wimbledon odds for all of the top contenders
- Djokovic and Rybakina are the 2022 Wimbledon champions
- Discover which country has produced the most Wimbledon champions
Wimbledon 2022 will take place from June 27-July 10, 2022, at the historic All England Club in Wimbledon, London. We’ve been tracking the odds for all competitors across a number of sportsbook apps and tennis betting sites 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.
- [Jul 9] Kyrgios is into the finals after a walker win over Nadal, but is a huge +300 underdog against Djokovic (-400)
- [Jul 6] Now into the semis and with Nadal struggling to advance with injury from his quarterfinal, Djokovic is a huge -400 favorite. Of the final four Norrie is a massive longshot at +2500 odds
- [Jul 4] Djokovic is an overwhelming -250 favorite after the round of 16. Nadal is the second favorite to win Wimbledon at +350 odds
- [Jun 24] With odds as short as -120, Novak Djokovic remains as favorite to win now that the Men’s Singles Draw is now set.
- [Jun 20] Former champ Andy Murray saw the biggest odds movement a week before The Championships’, going from +5250 to +3750.
- [Jun 9] Despite his loss in the French Open quarters, Novak Djokovic’s Wimbledon odds have shortened to -125.
- [May 9] Carlos Alcaraz who was +3300 last year, has been on a tear this season and now has +600 Wimbledon odds.
- [Dec 23] A winner of each of the past three Wimbledon tournaments, Novak Djokovic is favored to win again with odds of +110.
2022 Wimbledon Men’s Singles Odds
All odds as of July 9th at DraftKings Sportsbook
Odds for Recent Wimbledon Men’s Singles Champions
A lot of familiar names on this list. Or more so, a few familiar names. The “Big Three” have dominated Wimbledon for much of the past decade with only Andy Murray in 2016 breaking up their dominance. Novak Djokovic has now won each of the last three tournaments that have been played.
He won the 2021 title over Italian Matteo Berrettini.
Breaking: Rafael Nadal has pulled out of Friday's Wimbledon semifinal against Nick Kyrgios with a torn abdominal muscle. pic.twitter.com/xPjTtR1kZZ
— ESPN (@espn) July 7, 2022
Recent Wimbledon Men’s Singles Champions
Roger Federer has won eight Wimbledon titles, including five straight from 2003-2007. That’s the most, ahead of William Renshaw and Pete Sampras with seven, and Djokovic with six.
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. Djokovic with his six titles, now has Serbia knocking on the door as a country with some of the most wins overall.
- [Jul 7] It’s Elena Rybakina vs Ons Jabeur in the Wimbledon Final with Jabeur the -145 favorite and both players looking for their first Wimbledon title
- [Jul 6] Simona Halep (+110) and Ons Jabeur (+125) are the two clear favorites to win Wimbledon as the semifinals get set to be played on Thursday
- [Jul 4] Many of the top women’s seeds have fallen as we enter the quarterfinals, leaving Ons Jabeur as the top favorite at +175 odds ahead of Simona Halep at +187
- [Jun 24] The Women’s Draw is now set and Iga Swiatek is still the big favorite at +160, with Ons Jabeur’s right behind with odds now as short as +850.
- [Jun 20] Serena Williams and Naomi Osaka effectively swapped places on the odds table this week, following Williams’ announced return to Wimbledon & Osaka’s withdrawal from The Championships.
- [Jun 9] Swiatek’s odds continue to shorten, as she is now getting +140 to win Wimbledon.
- [May 9] Iga Swiatek was +1200 last year and now has odds of +350.
- [Dec 23] Last year’s winner Ashleigh Barty is favored to win again in 2022 with early odds of +500.
2022 Wimbledon Women’s Singles Odds
Odds for Recent Wimbledon Women’s Singles Champions
After Barty, with no tournament being played in 2020, 2019 winner Simona Halep has early odds of +1600.
In 2021 Ashleigh Barty defeated Karolina Pliskova in the final.
— Wimbledon (@Wimbledon) July 7, 2022
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.