Wimbledon Betting Tips Preview, Trends & Analysis

Updated: 6028 Tennis

The Wimbledon tennis tournament takes place annually commencing in late June or early July and of the four majors is the only one played on a grass surface. We preview past Wimbledon winners trends for betting predictions.

Wimbledon Betting Tips Preview, Trends & Analysis
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When are the 2024 Wimbledon Tennis Championships ?

The 2024 Wimbledon Tennis Championships commence on Monday 1st July and conclude on Sunday 14th July.

How can I bet on the Wimbledon Tennis Championships ?

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Check out our Tennis Betting Advice Guide which explains the various tennis betting markets on offer and important tennis betting factors to consider like the different match surfaces (grass for the Wimbledon Championships) before you decide on your Wimbledon selections.

Before finalising your Wimbledon bets check out the Wimbledon tennis tips throughout the Championships, plus the thoughts and predictions from OLBG's most profitable tennis tipsters over on the Best Tennis Tipsters page.

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Who won the 2023 Wimbledon Men's Singles Title ?

Carlos Alcaraz from Spain won his 1st Wimbledon title in 2023 defeating Serbia's Novak Dkojovic 3-2 (1-6, 7-6, 6-1, 3-6, 6-4) in the final. This was Carlos Alcaraz's second slam title having won the US Open in 2022.

Who won the 2023 Wimbledon Ladies Singles Title ?

 Marketa Vondrousova from the Czech Republic won her first Wimbledon Women's Singles title defeating Tunisia's Ons Jabeur 2-0 (6-4, 6-4) in the final. This was Marketa Vondrousova's first slam title and she also became the first woman to win the Women's Singles title as an unseeded player. Ons Jabeur was the beaten finalist for the second consecutive year.

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Wimbledon Men's Singles Betting Tips Preview

Who will win the 2024 Wimbledon Men's Singles Title ?

The defending Wimbledon champion Carlos Alcaraz in 2023 became the first player since 2002 to win the Men's Singles title other than Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal and Andy Murray. The OLBG tennis tipsters will do their best to guide you with their analysis and ante post predictions for the Wimbledon Men's Singles winner plus daily tennis predictions throughout the Championships.

2024 Wimbledon 22 May @ 13:06 - Win Tournament
Carlos Alcaraz 2.63
Novak Djokovic 2.75
Jannik Sinner 4.00
Alexander Zverev 17.00
Rafael Nadal 17.00
Daniil Medvedev 17.00
Grigor Dimitrov 26.00
Matteo Berrettini 26.00
Taylor Fritz 34.00
Stefanos Tsitsipas 34.00

Here's the current top ten players in the world at the time of writing (23rd June 2023):

1. Novak Djokovic (Age 36)

  • Career grass court wins/matches: 113/132 (85%)
  • 2023 French Open: Won
  • 2023 Australian Open: Won
  • Wimbledon Best: Won (2011, 2014, 2015, 2018 to 2022)
  • Wimbledon 2023: RU

2. Carlos Alcaraz (Age 20)

  • Career grass court wins/matches: 9/12 (75%)
  • 2023 French Open: SF
  • 2023 Australian Open: DNP
  • Wimbledon Best: Won (2023)

3. Daniil Medvedev (Age 27)

  • Career grass court wins/matches: 46/68 (67%)
  • 2023 French Open: 1R
  • 2023 Australian Open: 3R 
  • Wimbledon Best: SF (2023)

4. Casper Ruud (Age 24)

  • Career grass court wins/matches: 4/12 (33%)
  • 2023 French Open: RU
  • 2023 Australian Open: 2R
  • Wimbledon Best: 2R (2022 & 2023)

5. Stefanos Tsitsipas (Age 24)

  • Career grass court wins/matches: 26/43 (60%)
  • 2023 French Open: QF
  • 2023 Australian Open: RU
  • Wimbledon Best: 4R (2018 & 2023)

6. Holger Rune (Age 20)

  • Career grass court wins/matches: 4/8 (50%)
  • 2023 French Open: QF
  • 2023 Australian Open: 4R
  • Wimbledon Best: QF (2023)

7. Andrey Rublev (Age 25)

  • Career grass court wins/matches: 21/33 (63%)
  • 2023 French Open: 3R
  • 2023 Australian Open: QF
  • Wimbledon Best: QF (2023)

8. Taylor Fritz (Age 25)

  • Career grass court wins/matches: 39/65 (60%)
  • 2023 French Open: 3R
  • 2023 Australian Open: 2R
  • Wimbledon Best: QF (2022)
  • Wimbledon 2023: 2R

9. Jannik Sinner (Age 21)

  • Career grass court wins/matches: 9/18 (50%)
  • 2023 French Open: 2R
  • 2023 Australian Open: 4R
  • Wimbledon Best: SF (2023)

10. Frances Tiafoe (Age 25)

  • Career grass court wins/matches: 28/47 (59%)
  • 2023 French Open: 3R
  • 2023 Australian Open: 3R
  • Wimbledon Best: 4R (2022)
  • Wimbledon 2023: 3R

For more in depth player stats head over to the official ATP Tour website, the 2023 Wimbledon's Men's Draw when available can be viewed on the official Wimbledon website.

Wimbledon Men's Singles Last Ten Winners

Here's a table showing the last ten Wimbledon Men's Singles winners including the beaten finalist and set scores:

YearChampion (WR)Runner Up (WR)Set Score
2023Carlos Alcaraz (1)Novak Djokovic (2)3-2
2022Novak Djokovic (3)Nick Kyrgios (40)3-1
2021Novak Djokovic (1)Matteo Berrettini (9)3-1
2020Cancelled

2019Novak Djokovic (1)Roger Federer (3)3-2
2018Novak Djokovic (21)Kevin Anderson (8)3-0
2017Roger Federer (5)Marin Cilic (6)3-0
2016Andy Murray (2)Milos Raonic (7)3-0
2015Novak Djokovic (1)Roger Federer (2)3-1
2014Novak Djokovic (2)Roger Federer (4)3-2
2013Andy Murray (2)Novak Djokovic (1)3-0

The last ten Wimbledon winners is indicative of the general dominance of the top seeds in men's tennis this century, in keeping with the other grand slam tournaments.

Wimbledon is the only major played on a grass surface, similar to the French Open being the only major played on clay but again the reality is the top guys have simply dominated men's singles tennis this century.

As mentioned above the continued dominance of the world's elite makes finding trends to highlight potential longshots for betting tips very difficult. Interestingly only Novak Djokovic in the last ten Wimbledon Men's singles tournament has managed to defend his title, accomplishing the feat in 2014/15, 2018/19 and 2019/21/22. It is still worth paying attention to the respective records of the last ten winners if only to see if the younger generation players coming through.

World Ranking

  • 18/20 finalists were ranked in the top 9, Novak Djokovic was ranked 21 when winning in 2018 but this was largely due to not playing the rest of 2017 after Wimbledon.
  • 8/10 winners were ranked 1, 2 or 3 in the world.

Career Grass Court Statistics & Slam Form

  • 10/10 had won at least 74% of their career grass court matches.
  • 10/10 were previous major winners.
  • 8/10 had previously won a Wimbledon title, Andy Murray (2013) won again in 2016.

Current Form

  • As already mentioned with Wimbledon being the only grass court slam, the grass court season is very brief with just a scattering of warm up tournaments taking place after the French Open finishes in June.
  • Seven time Wimbledon winner Novak Djokovic did not play a grass court tournament in preparation for six of his seven successful titles, he was a runner up at Queen's (London) prior to winning the 2018 Wimbledon title.
  • Andy Murray won Queen's prior to his two Wimbledon victories in 2013 and 2016 whilst Roger Federer used ATP Halle in Germany as a prep for his two Wimbledon victories in 2012 (runner up at Halle) & 2017 (won Halle).

Wimbledon Women's Singles Betting Tips Preview

Who will win the 2024 Wimbledon Women's Singles Title ?

The 2023 Women's Singles draw again threw up a new Wimbledon Women's champion in Marketa Vondrousova who continued the sequence of maiden Wimbledon winners since 2017. OLBG's knowledgeable tennis tipsters can provide you with a few pointers in their analysis and ante post selections for the Wimbledon Women's Singles winner plus daily tennis predictions throughout the Championships.

2024 Wimbledon Women 22 May @ 13:06 - Win Tournament
Aryna Sabalenka 4.00
Iga Swiatek 4.33
Elena Rybakina 5.50
Coco Gauff 9.00
Naomi Osaka 12.00
Ons Jabeur 13.00
Marketa Vondrousova 15.00
Jessica Pegula 17.00
Mirra Andreeva 17.00
Simona Halep 21.00

Here's the current top fifteen ladies in the world at the time of writing (23rd June 2023):

1. Iga Swiatek (Age 22)

  • Career grass court wins/matches: 15/22 (68%)
  • Grand Slam Titles: 4 (FO 2020, 2022 & 2023, US 2022)
  • Wimbledon Best: QF (2023)

2. Aryna Sabalenka (Age 25)

  • Career grass court wins/matches: 28/45 (62%)
  • Grand Slam Titles: 1 (AO 2023)
  • Wimbledon Best: SF (2021 & 2023)

3. Elena Rybakina (Age 24)

  • Career grass court wins/matches: 23/33 (69%)
  • Grand Slam Titles: 1 (W 2022)
  • Wimbledon Best: Won (2022)
  • Wimbledon 2023: QF

4. Caroline Garcia (Age 29)

  • Career grass court wins/matches: 51/78 (65%)
  • Grand Slam Titles: 0
  • Wimbledon Best: 4R (2017 & 2022)
  • Wimbledon 2023: 3R

5. Jessica Pegula (Age 29)

  • Career grass court wins/matches: 17/33 (51%)
  • Grand Slam Titles: 0
  • Wimbledon Best: QF (2023)

6. Ons Jabeur (Age 28)

  • Career grass court wins/matches: 63/84 (75%)
  • Grand Slam Titles: 0
  • Wimbledon Best: RU (2022 & 2023)

7. Cori Gauff (Age 19)

  • Career grass court wins/matches: 19/26 (73%)
  • Grand Slam Titles: 0
  • Wimbledon Best: 4R (2019 & 2021)
  • Wimbledon 2023: 1R

8. Maria Sakkari (Age 27)

  • Career grass court wins/matches: 26/43 (60%)
  • Grand Slam Titles: 0
  • Wimbledon Best: 3R (2017, 2019 & 2022)
  • Wimbledon 2023: 1R

9. Petra Kvitova (Age 33)

  • Career grass court wins/matches: 71/96 (73%)
  • Grand Slam Titles: 2 (W 2011 & 2014)
  • Wimbledon Best: Won (2011 & 2014)
  • Wimbledon 2023: 4R

10. Beatriz Haddad Maia (Age 27)

  • Career grass court wins/matches: 29/45 (64%)
  • Grand Slam Titles: 0
  • Wimbledon Best: 4R (2023)

11. Daria Kasatkina (Age 26)

  • Career grass court wins/matches: 21/36 (58%)
  • Grand Slam Titles: 0
  • Wimbledon Best: QF (2018)
  • Wimbledon (2023): 3R

12. Barbora Krejcikova (Age 27)

  • Career grass court wins/matches: 13/23 (56%)
  • Grand Slam Titles: 1 (FO 2021)
  • Wimbledon Best: 3R (2022)
  • Wimbledon 2023: 2R

13. Veronika Kudermetova (Age 26)

  • Career grass court wins/matches: 24/38 (63%)
  • Grand Slam Titles: 0
  • Wimbledon Best: 2R (2019 & 2023)

14. Belinda Bencic (Age 26)

  • Career grass court wins/matches: 60/86 (69%)
  • Grand Slam Titles: 0
  • Wimbledon Best: 4R (2015, 2018 & 2023)

15. Liudmila Samsonova (Age 24)

  • Career grass court wins/matches: 18/28 (64%)
  • Grand Slam Titles: 0
  • Wimbledon Best: 4R (2021)
  • Wimbledon 2023: 1R

For more in depth player stats take a look at the official WTA Tour website, the Women's Singles Wimbledon draw when available can be viewed view the official Wimbledon website and as always will be vitally important as there are likely to be numerous potential banana skins early on for the leading contenders.

Wimbledon Women's Singles Last Ten Winners

Here's a table showing the last ten Wimbledon Women's Singles winners including the beaten finalist and set scores:

YearChampion (WR)Runner Up (WR)Set Score
2023Marketa Vondrousova (42)Ons Jabeur (6)2-0
2022Elena Rybakina (23)Ons Jabeur (2)2-1
2021Ashleigh Barty (1)Karolina Pliskova (13)2-1
2020Cancelled

2019Simona Halep (7)Serena Williams (10)2-0
2018Angelique Kerber (10)Serena Williams (181)2-0
2017Garbine Muguruza (15)Venus Williams (11)2-0
2016Serena Williams (1)Angelique Kerber (4)2-0
2015Serena Williams (1)Garbine Muguruza (20)2-0
2014Petra Kvitova (6)Eugenie Bouchard (13)2-0
2013Marian Bartoli (15)Sabine Lisicki (24)2-0
  • After Seven time Wimbledon winner Serena Williams won her final title in 2016, the Wimbledon trophy has gone to six first time Wimbledon winners. Serena Williams is the only player to retain her Wimbledon title in the last ten renewals (2015 & 2016). Marion Bartoli (2013) was the other maiden winner in addition to the six ladies winning since 2017.
  • 8/10 finals were won in straight sets.

Before placing your 2024 Wimbledon Ladies Singles Winner bets it's worth noting the following trends especially if looking for an each way alternative away from the top seeds.

 World Ranking

  • 18/20 finalists were ranked inside the top 25 in the world, the exceptions being five time Wimbledon champion Serena Williams (181) in 2018 due to inactivity and 2023 winner Market Vondrousova was unseeded at 42 in the world.
  • 8/10 winners were ranked inside the top 15 in the world, not the last two winners though!

Career Grass Court Statistics & Slam Form

  • 9/10 won at least 60% of their career grass court matches
  • 7/10 had previously won a grand slam title, the exceptions being Marion Bartoli (2013), Elena Rybakina (2022) & Marketa Vondrousova (2023).

Current Form

  • Similar to the Men's tour, the ladies grass court season is fairly brief. Serena Williams' three titles in this period came without a grass court tournament preparation.
  • Previous winning slam form in the same season has been thin on the ground with just Serena Williams in 2010 & 2015 winning a slam title before going on to win at Wimbledon. Iga Swiatek won the French & US Open in 2022 however her best to date at Wimbledon is a Quarter Final exit in 2023.
  • Serena Williams is the only Wimbledon winner in the last ten years to make the finals of the French and Australian Open in the same season as winning here.

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