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- 01Who Will Win the Wimbledon Championship 2019?
- 02Finals Picks - July 13-14th
- 03Semifinals Picks - July 11-12th
- 04Quarter Finals Picks - July 10th
- 05Quarter Finals Picks - July 9th
- 06Round of 16 Picks - July 8th
- 07Round 3 Picks - July 6th and 7th
- 08Round 3 Picks - July 5th
- 09Round 2 Picks - July 4th
- 10Round 2 Picks - July 3rd
- 11Wimbledon Odds
- 12How to make money with Wimbledon Odds?
Who Will Win the Wimbledon Championship 2019?
Men's Champion: Novak Djokovic (SRB)
Djokovic has won three of the last four Grand Slam titles, a streak that started with his win at Wimbledon a year. He won then as the No. 12 seed and will take the title again as the No. 1 seed, just as he did in his previous Wimbledon victory in 2015.
Women's Champion: Serena Williams (USA)
Seven-time Wimbledon champion is one Grand Slam singles title away from tying Margaret Court (24) for the all-time women's record. Williams has played in the Wimbledon final in three of the last four years. She loves England.
Finals Picks - July 13-14th
SERENA WILLIAMS (USA) vs SIMONA HALEP (ROU)
Williams, the No. 11 seed, is seeking to join Margaret Court by winning and sharing Court's record of 24 women's Grand Slam singles title. She's a seven-time Wimbledon champion.
Halep is playing in her first Wimbledon final. The 2018 French Open champion and two-time former world No. 1 is 1-9 all-time against Williams, including a Round of 64 loss at Wimbledon in 2011.
Go with Williams to win in three sets (4.00)
Men's Final Preview
Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer have contested three epic finals at Wimbledon - Federer winning in 2006-07 and Nadal in 2008 - but Friday's semifinals, they clashed for the first time since the 2008 final. Nadal hasn't won a Wimbledon title since 2010. Federer's last championship came in 2017.
Top-seeded Novak Djokovic, facing No. 23 seed Roberto Bautista Agut in Friday's semifinal, is seeking to defend his title and win his fifth Wimbledon men's singles crown. He was the last No. 1 seed to take the title in 2015.
Take Djokovic to win the final in five sets over Federer.
Semifinals Picks - July 11-12th
NOVAK DJOKOVIC (SRB) vs ROBERTO BAUTISTA AGUT (SPN)
After a slow start, Djokovic stepped on the gas to whip David Goffin 6-4 6-0, 6-2, winning 10 games in a row at one point. Djokovic has won 31 of his last 32 Grand Slam matches.
Bautista Agut is seeded 23rd, meaning Djokovic can reach the final without facing any of the world's top 20 players.
Take Djokovic to win in three sets (1.57).
RAFAEL NADAL (SPN) vs ROGER FEDERER (SUI)
The fourth Wimbledon meeting between these two legends but the first since 2008 and the first that won't be in the final.
Nadal owns a 24-15 edge in head-to-head meetings but Federer has won two of three at Wimbledon.
Look for Federer to win in five sets (6.50).
SERENA WILLIAMS (USA) vs BARBORA STRYCOVA (CZE)
Williams, the No. 11 seed, has played in three of the last four Wimbledon women's singles finals and is 3-0 all-time against Strycova, including a 2012 first-round win at Wimbledon.
Unseed Strycova has toppled three straight seeded players. At 33, she's the oldest first-time semifinalist in Grand Slam history.
Go with Williams to win in three sets (3.75).
SIMONA HALEP (ROU) vs ELINA SVITOLINA (UKR)
Seeking her first appearance in a Wimbledon final, No. 7 seed Halep has dropped one set in getting to the semifinals. But No. 8 Svitolina will be the first seeded player she's faced.
Svitolina and Halep have split eight previous meetings 4-4. Svitolina is the first Ukrainian women to play in a Grand Slam semifinal.
Take Halep to win in three sets (3.75).
Quarter Finals Picks - July 10th
NOVAK DJOKOVIC (SRB) vs DAVID GOFFIN (BEL)
Seeking his fifth Wimbledon title, Djokovic has dropped only one set. But he fell 6-2, 3-6, 7-5 to Goffin the last time they meet two years ago in Monte Carlo.
The experience of this year's group of quarterfinalists is evidenced by the fact that at 28, Goffin is the baby in the bunch.
Take Djokovic to win in four sets (3.75).
GUIDO PELLA (ARG) vs ROBERTO BAUTISTA AGUT (SPN)
Pella has eliminated the 2018 (Kevin Anderson) and 2016 (Milos Raonic) Wimbledon finalists.
In his first Wimbledon quarterfinal, Bautista Agut is the only singles player left in this year's tournament who's not lost a set.
Look for Pella to win in five sets (11.00).
KEI NISHIKORI (JPN) vs ROGER FEDERER (SUI)
Playing in his unprecedented 17th Wimbledon quarterfinal, a victory here and eight-time champ Federer becomes the first male player to ever win 100 singles matches at Wimbledon.
Nishikori has lost six of his last seven matches against Federer, including their only previous meeting on grass.
Go with Federer to win in four sets (3.75).
SAM QUERREY (USA) vs RAFAEL NADAL (SPN)
Querrey is the only unseeded player still alive on the men's side of the draw. He reached the Wimbledon semifinals in 2017. He's slammed a tournament-leading 100 aces.
Nadal has captured four of five meetings from Querrey. Last year was the first time since 2011 that Nadal adanced beyond the Wimbledon quarterfinals.
Take Nadal to win in five sets (8.00).
Quarter Finals Picks - July 9th
SERENA WILLIAMS (USA) vs ALISON RISKE (USA)
Williams is the only one of last year's quartfinalists to make it back to the final eight. She's required just five hours and 10 minutes of court time to get through the firist four rounds.
Riske eliminated No. 1 seed Asheigh Barty but has spent an exhausting nine hours and five minutes on court through four rounds.
Take Williams to win in two sets (1.68).
JOHANNA KONTA (GBR) vs BARBORA STRYCOVA (CZE)
Konta looks to get to the semifinals for the second time in three years. She's had her service broken just three times in 77 games.
Strycova is a serve and volley player. She's recorded 54 of the total 267 points she contested in that manner.
Take Konta to win in three sets (3.77).
SIMONA HALEP (ROU) vs SHUAI ZHANG (CHN)
Halep is the highest seed left standing at No. 7. She lost in the third round last year as the one seed.
Zhang hadn't won a match at Wimbledon before this year. She's the first Chinese woman in the quarterfinals since Li Na in 2013.
Take Halep to win in two sets (1.53).
ELINA SVITOLINA (UKR) vs KAROLINA MUCHOVA (CZE)
Eighth-seeded Svitolina is through to her first Wimbledon quarterfinal and third ever in a grass-court tournament.
Muchova is the first woman to reach the quarterfinals in her first main draw appearance at Wimbledon since Li Na in 2006. She's served 29 aces, second-most in the tournament.
Take Muchova to win in three sets (6.07).
Round of 16 Picks - July 8th
GUIDO PELLA (ARG) vs MILOS RAONIC (ARG)
No. 25 seed Pella upset No. 4 seed and last year's finalist Kevin Anderson in the Round of 32.
Raonic has advanced to Week 2 at Wimbledon for the fifth time but it's the first trip for Pella.
Take Raonic to win in five sets (1.16).
PETRA KVITOVA (CZE) vs JOHANNA KONTA (GBR)
Britain's last hope for a title in singles play this year, 19th-seeded Konta is 1-3 lifetime against Kvitova.
They have split two previous meeting on grass, however.
Kvitova should win in three sets (1.53).
SIMONA HALEP (ROM) vs CORI "COCO" GAUFF (USA)
Gauff, 15, has already eliminated five-time champ Venus Williams and 2017 semifinalist Magdalena Rybarikova.
Halep disposed of two-time Australian Open champ Victoria Azarenka in straight sets in the Round of 32.
Take Halep to win in three sets (1.20).
MATTEO BERRETINI (ITA) vs ROGER FEDERER (SWI)
Berretini is 10-4 lifetime on grass but 9-1 this year. He won at Stuttgart and was a semifinalist at Halle in his two previous 2019 grass court events.
Federer seeks to reach the quarterfinals for the 17th time. He's two wins away from 100 at Wimbledon.
Federer should win in four sets (1.10).
Round 3 Picks - July 6th and 7th
SLOANE STEPHENS (USA) vs JOHANNA KONTA (GBR)
A rematch of the French Open quarterfinals, where Konta won 6-1, 6-4, pits ninth-seeded Stephens against the No. 19 seed and Britain's top hope for a title at Wimbledon this year.
Konta holds a 3-0 edge in head-to-head matches with Stephens, although this is their first meeting on a grass surface. She's only dropped one set to Stephens in those three matches. Take Konta for the win in three sets.
SERENA WILLIAMS (USA) vs JULIA GOERGES (GER)
Fifth meeting between these two players and the fourth to take place during a Grand Slam event. Williams is 4-0 all-time against Goerges.
Last year, Williams defeated Goerges 6-2, 6-4 in the Wimbledon semifinals. She's also beaten her twice at the French Open. Williams is 8-0 in sets against Goerges. Williams wins this match in three sets.
Round 3 Picks - July 5th
MILOS RAONIC (CAN) vs REILLY OPELKA (USA)
The power game that got Raonic to the 2016 men's singles final at Wimbledon was in force as he beat Robin Haase 7-6(7-1), 7-5, 7-6(7-4).
Raonic hit 64 winners and 32 aces. But his short game was also effective. He won 43 of 56 net points.
Opelka has never reached the third round of a Grand Slam event before.
Take Raonic in four sets.
FELIX AUGER-ALIASSIME (CAN) vs UGO HUMBERT (FRA)
No. 19 seed Auger-Aliassime beat beat French qualifier Corentin Moutet 6-3, 4-6, 6-4, 6-2 in second-round play. Auger-Aliassime broke Moutet five times.
Humbert upset 16th-seeded Gael Monfils in the first round.
Auger-Aliassime wins this match in four sets.
Round 2 Picks - July 4th
RAFAEL NADAL (SPA) vs NICK KYRGIOS (AUS)
The No. 2-ranked player in the world, two-time Wimbledon champ Nadal was bitter to be seeded third here. He took out his frustrations on Japan's Yūichi Sugita, posting a 6-3, 6-1, 6-3 straight-set opening-round victory.
Kyrgios won't prove such an easy out. The volatile Australian may be ranked 43rd in the world but he's 3-3 lifetime against Nadal. That includes a 7-6(7-5), 5-7, 7-6(7-5), 6-3 triumph over the Spaniard in the Round of 16 at Wimbledon in 2014.
But Kyrgios is slumping. He's 3-5 in his last eight matches. He barely survived his opening-round match against fellow Aussie Jordan Thompson. 7-6 (7-4) 3-6 7-6 (12-10) 0-6 6-1 in a match that took three hours and 26 minutes.
Take Nadal to win in four sets (-400).
ANDY MURRAY (GBR)/PIERRE-HUGUES HERBERT (FRA) vs MARIUS COPIL (ROM)/HUGO UMPERT (FRA)
It's not often that a first-round doubles match will draw a huge crowd. But this one features two-time Wimbledon men's singles champ Murray, batling back from hip surgery. His partner Herbert has won all four Grand Slams in men's doubles, taking Wimbledon in 2016.
Herbert/Murray should win in straight sets (-450).
Round 2 Picks - July 3rd
FELIZ AUGER ALIASSIME (CAN) vs CORENTIN MOUTET (FRA)
After the Canada Day round 1 match between Aliassime and Vasek Pospisil, Canadian fans were guaranteed an entrant into the second round.
It looks likely that Aliassime will do one better as he starts as the heavy favourite in this match against France's Corentin Moutet.
Although the Frenchman went to five sets in his opening match, we're predicting a straight-forward victory to the Canadian in this match.
Go for Aliassime to win in three sets (2.09).
MILOS RAONIC (CAN) vs ROBIN HAASE (NED)
Canada's top male seed will also be the clear favourite in his match against Dutch player Robin Haase. This looks to be one that Raonic can win in three sets, in what should be a good all-round day for Canadian tennis. Go for Raonic in three sets (1.73).
KAREN KHACHANOV (RUS) vs FELICIANO LOPEZ (ESP)
Khachanov is seeded 10 at this tournament, but avid tennis fans will have watched closely as Feliciano Lopez put on a clinic to win both the men's singles and men's doubles alongside Andy Murray at Queens Club less than ten days ago.
We're going with what on paper is an upset, but realistically is a smart bet. Go for Lopez (2.18).
Betting on Wimbledon can be done before and during a match.
Betting Odds for Wimbledon matches appear usually a few hours after the brackets are revealed (a week before the first match happens). However,
outright odds (when you can bet on who wins the tournament) appear as early as the tournament ends (one year in advance).
Pre-match odds take the form of the usual three of the spread, outrights (moneyline), and total (over/under). These odds change as often as money is bet on either side and whether there are developments to the participants (injury, sickness, last-minute venue changes etc.).
Betting during the match is called live betting. This changes frequently depending on how the game goes. You will need a solid Internet connection and an efficient mobile site/app or desktop if you want to poach good value.
Outright odds or futures are hard to predict as you are betting on tournaments or results that won't happen until a year or months away. A lot can change during this time so we don't advise betting too much.
How to make money with Wimbledon Odds?
Making money through betting on Wimbledon is possible. But it takes plenty of work. You'll first need to do your research, basic advice but it can't be stressed enough.
And research isn't just about figuring out which players are going to win or who to bet on but which sportsbook is best for you.
You can find the best sportsbooks in Canada by looking through guides like ours.
Once you find these sites, carefully peruse them one by one and open multiple tabs to do comparisons. Compare their bonuses: welcome and special promotions (not every site offers one).
Find which books offer the best Wimbledon odds markets.
Some books have a large tennis demographic and so they specialize on all things Wimbledon. They will open odds earlier than some books and they will have plenty more markets to bet on. But this could also mean their lines become steamed due to popularity.
And lastly, be sure to check the sportsbooks' mobile platforms - either their app or mobile site. Since you will likely be betting on your smartphone, it is crucial to pick a book that has an efficient mobile site/app.
How to find the best welcome bonus for Wimbledon betting?
A welcome bonus is a promotion that many sportsbooks offer for new players, such as matching up to a certain amount of your first deposit with free bets.
Some sites will offer up to $200 or $500 worth of free bets if you deposit the same amount and meet the conditions.
When picking a sportsbook for their welcome bonus, ensure that you read the terms and conditions to find how you qualify.
The welcome bonuses you receive can be used to bet openly, but sometimes it is limited to certain types of sports - like Wimbledon.
At the least, you can think of free bets as a chance to earn some profit without having to use your bankroll. You don't need to wager (bet) any actual cash in this case. Winning a free bet will generate currency equivalent to a free bet, per terms and conditions of the site you use.
Some books, usually new ones, will offer a no deposit bonus. This is like a welcome bonus that will reward you with free bets regardless if you make a deposit or not. But this also comes with conditions you need to follow to be rewarded the free cash.
Check the bonuses from our sportsbooks.
Which Bookie has the highest Wimbledon Odds?
While most sportsbooks offer Wimbledon odds, not all of them offer the same type of sports betting odds.
Some books will have different odds depending on how much action their odds get (money bet) and how much they adjust to the market (what the odds look in other sportsbooks).
Certain sites have a focus on Wimbledon and tennis bets as they have a large portion of tennis bettors.
These books will usually monitor their lines more thoroughly and could open lines earlier than most books. But because they are active, you can expect their betting lines to change often while odds for favourites could also be bet to expensive prices.
It is best to look through multiple sportsbooks to check the odds. Alternatively, you can use our odds widget, which shows a comparison between some of the most popular sportsbooks.
Which Bookie has the most current Wimbledon Odds?
As with comparing sportsbooks for the best odds, you also need to find which books are updating their lines first.
This will show you which books focus on Wimbledon and tennis more and would be useful for future bets.
There is a chance you can place a bet on non-updated odds (like if a player gets injured and/or their odds drop drastically), but the sportsbook will rescind your bet.
Most books usually just follow the market when adjusting their lines. Differences in odds wouldn't be more than a few cents in most cases, with the exception of props.
Comb through different books to find the books that offer the most markets - the ones that have the most props.
Unusual prop bets (like how many aces a player hits or how many break points they save) could have very different odds depending on the books.
Other than pre-match odds, you will also want to learn which books offer constant live betting action. Chances are, the books that do are the ones that already provide the most Wimbledon and tennis markets and the ones that constantly update.
Books that specialize on tennis, like Bet365, also offer the most futures markets. Futures are usually about deciding a player's fate in a future Wimbledon tournament such as if Roger Federer will play or who will win the next tournament (also an outright bet).
Consequently, sportsbooks that offer better odds could mean they are not getting many bets on their Wimbledon odds.
You will need to find which sportsbook publishes Wimbledon odds the fastest like William Hill. Once you get the hang of finding odds and notice trends, you will be able to place multiple bets and get great returns.
Can I bet on Wimbledon Odds with mobile?
You can bet on Wimbledon odds on your desktop, laptop, or on mobile.
Like any modern website today, the top sportsbooks offer comprehensive mobile betting experiences - either through a site or app. But first, you will have to figure out if you like betting on websites or apps first.
Websites are more easily available and work for all types of phones. They are also updated much faster and may have an interface that looks closer to the desktop version as opposed to apps.
Mobile sites can also be shared much easier between users (you can refer to your friends) and cannot de deleted. However, sites are more dependent on an Internet connection.
Mobile betting apps tend to be buggier and not as widely available as websites.
However, apps are much more customizable and not as dependent on the Internet. You can tailor an app to suit your betting style a lot more than a website.
If you need a better degree of interaction, apps are also the way to go. But the apps' biggest advantage are their push notifications.
This is a must-have if you want to be constantly updated on any betting chances or if you want a quicker access to betting.