Wimbledon Odds - Men's Tennis Betting
While all four Grand Slam tournaments used to use grass courts, Wimbledon is currently the only one that is still played on grass. In the world of tennis betting, the little yellow ball is eagerly watched by bettors all over the planet.
Betting on Wimbledon 2023
In the last three editions, the Serbian Novak Djokovic has consistently won the final of the London grand slam. The number one ranked ATP player has a perfect record with six finals and six titles at Wimbledon. He is the big favourite of the tournament for this 2023 edition.
Unlike the Paris Grand Slam (all bets on Roland Garros) and against the opinion of the majority of players, the English organizers have decided to exclude Russian players from the tournament. Thus, the No. 2 and No. 7 in the ATP, Medvedev and Rublev, will not be able to participate in the main event of the season on grass.
Bet on a match at Wimbledon Men
Lawn tennis has a fast surface that offers an advantage to tennis players with big serves, as the ball is harder to return to start the rally. A tennis match at Wimbledon offers low ball bounces and shorter exchanges.
Because the bounce is lower, tennis players must be able to stoop down to get the balls and handle low bounces.
Wimbledon prides itself on its natural grass courts, but there is a growing demand for more centre court matches. The perennial ryegrass surface often wears out under the demands of a two-week event, so research is being funded on artificial turf.
It is the preferred surface of Roger Federer, who is the record holder with 8 wins, as it suits his offensive game. The Swiss national prefers playing shorter points and finishing them with volleys at the net. Although he doesn't have the legs of a 20-year-old, he can still manage to surprise us in the first week.
Recommended bet at Wimbledon
Of all the Grand Slam tournaments, Wimbledon still records the most aces. Nevertheless, there is a general consensus that the courts at Wimbledon have slowed down considerably since the early 2000s.
For this 2022 season, there are only two ATP 500 tournaments before Wimbledon, at Halle in Germany and Queen's in London, and they are played simultaneously with a week's break before the Wimbledon Grand Slam. At these tournaments, bettors can figure out which tennis players have made the transition to this playing surface.
During the fortnight of the tournament, bettors have the opportunity to place live bets on each match.
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