Wimbledon women's singles odds: Favourites for title glory
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Wimbledon women’s singles odds: Favourites for title glory

We’re tracking the 2023 Wimbledon women’s singles odds to see who the leading contenders are for grand slam glory at the All England Club.

The third major of the year always provides punters with a fascinating conundrum, as the action switches to the unique grass courts of SW19.

Here are the favourites for outright victory:

Iga Swiatek @ 4/1

There is a degree of deja vu for the former Wimbledon junior champion who again arrives as world number one and fresh from winning at Roland Garros. The four-time grand-slam champion has been top of the WTA rankings since last April but has made no secret of how “uncomfortable” she finds grass. After exiting in the third round in 2022, Swiatek will hope she can adjust to the lawn this time.

Elena Rybakina @ 4/1

The unassuming Rybakina was the surprise package last year, keeping a calm head to win her first major at the age of 23. Victory occurred amid controversy given that while she represents Kazakhstan, she is Moscow-born and Russian state media celebrated her triumph. It has not affected Rybakina, who backed up her grass exploits by reaching the Australian Open final before winning Masters tournaments in Indian Wells and Rome to prove her credentials as part of a new big three in women’s tennis.

Aryna Sabalenka @ 9/2

Australian Open champion Sabalenka is the third member of the trio and will be out to make up for lost time following her enforced absence last year due to the ban on Russian and Belarusian athletes. It was a run to the semi-finals at the All England Club in 2021 that showed Sabalenka had the game to win a grand slam and the Belarusian ended her wait for major success in Melbourne back in January. She will be a formidable force in SW19.

Petra Kvitova @ 9/1

The 33-year-old has won 31 career singles titles and her game is tailor made for grass, as highlighted by 2011 and 2014 triumphs at this tournament, two victories in Birmingham, one in Eastbourne and a warm-up success at the German Open this season. The veteran Czech defeated Donna Vekic 6-2 7-6 at the WTA Tour event in Berlin and will head to SW19 full of confidence, having also secured the Miami Open title in March.

Ons Jabeur @ 12/1

Jabeur’s love for the lawn is matched by her results on it. Last year’s finalist will be a fierce competitor in the battle to lift the Venus Rosewater Dish. The Tunisian’s style of play, with drop shots and deft touches aplenty, has earned grass-court titles in Birmingham and Berlin while in 2021 she made the last eight of the Championships, beating Garbine Muguruza and Swiatek.

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