Carlos Alcaraz and Marketa Vondrousova won the titles at Wimbledon 2023, defeating Novak Djokovic and Ons Jabeur in the finals. The Grand Slam tournament is one of the most popular tennis betting events of the year. Wimbledon 2024 is set for July 1-14 at the All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club in London. Here’s a look at how you can legally and safely wager on it and the latest Wimbledon odds.
Wimbledon odds and betting lines
At this time, the odds to win Wimbledon are not available for the 2024 event. Check back soon to see the upcoming odds for the tournament.
Here are the details on the 137th edition of Wimbledon.
- Dates: July 1-14, 2024
- Venue: All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club
- Location: London
- Defending champions: Carlos Alcaraz and Marketa Vondrousova
- Where to watch: ABC, ESPN, Tennis Channel
Wimbledon betting favorites
Odds for the next edition of Wimbledon aren’t yet available. Defending champions Carlos Alcaraz and Marketa Vondrousova will likely be popular choices as the tournament draws near. We’ll update this section once Wimbledon odds become available at the best betting sites.
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How to bet on Wimbledon
As Wimbledon plays out, you’ll find a number of betting options at legal online sportsbooks. Here are some of the most popular choices, along with details on how they work:
- Tournament winner: A bet on who will win.
- Head-to-head: Moneyline betting on who will win an individual match.
- Game spread: Your wager factors in a spread that the sportsbook sets: favorite minus the number or underdog plus the number.
- Total games and sets: An over/under bet on how many games or sets the match will take to complete.
- Match parlays: A multi-leg wager on an individual matchup, such as a player to win plus the over/under on total sets.
- Sets, matches, and games: Betting on the various segments of the match.
- Player props: Options include aces, double faults and more.
- Player to win at least one set: Bet on the underdog to win a set during the match.
- Correct score: A wager on the actual final score for a game or set.
Recent Wimbledon winners
Here are the results from the last decade of finals matches on both sides of the draw at Wimbledon.
|Year||Men’s final||Women’s final|
|2023||Carlos Alcaraz over Novak Djokovic||Marketa Vondrousova over Ons Jabeur|
|2022||Novak Djokovic over Nick Kyrgios||Elena Rybakina over Ons Jabeur|
|2021||Novak Djokovic over Matteo Berrettini||Ashleigh Barty over Karolina Pliskova|
|2019||Novak Djokovic over Roger Federer||Simona Halep over Serena Williams|
|2018||Novak Djokovic over Kevin Anderson||Angelique Kerber over Serena Williams|
|2017||Roger Federer over Marin Cilic||Garbine Muguruza over Venus Williams|
|2016||Andy Murray over Milos Raonic||Serena Williams over Angelique Kerber|
|2015||Novak Djokovic over Roger Federer||Serena Williams over Garbine Muguruza|
|2014||Novak Djokovic over Roger Federer||Petra Kvitova over Eugenie Bouchard|
|2013||Andy Murray over Novak Djokovic||Marion Bartoli over Sabine Lisicki|
*Wimbledon did not take place in 2020.
Wimbledon history and records
The next Wimbledon will be the 137th edition of the iconic event. It started in 1877 and is the oldest tennis tournament in the world. It has taken place exclusively at the All England Club in London since its inception.
In 1968, the sport of tennis underwent a major shift. Prior to that, only amateurs were eligible to compete in established tournaments, including Wimbledon and the other slam events. Here’s a look at some of the notable records from that point to the present:
- Most singles titles
- Men: Roger Federer, eight
- Women: Martina Navratilova, nine
- Most consecutive singles titles
- Men: Bjorn Borg and Roger Federer, five
- Women: Martina Navratilova, six
- Lowest ranked winner
- Men: Goran Ivanisevic, 125th in 2001
- Women: Venus Williams, 31st in 2007
- Singles match wins
- Men: Roger Federer, 105
- Women: Martina Navratilova, 120
- Longest final by time
- Men: Novak Djokovic vs. Roger Federer in 2019, 4 hours and 57 minutes
- Women: Lindsay Davenport vs. Venus Williams in 2005, 2 hours and 45 minutes
What are the four grand slam events for tennis?
Wimbledon, the Australian Open, the French Open, and the US Open.
Who are the favorites to win Wimbledon in 2024?
Sportsbooks have yet to release odds on the next edition of Wimbledon. Carlos Alcaraz and Marketa Vondrousova are the defending singles champions.
Which sportsbook has the best odds for Wimbledon?
No sportsbook will always have the best odds for Wimbledon or any other sporting event. It’s generally a good idea to shop around at length to get the best odds. This means comparing the odds at multiple sportsbooks and choosing the most favorable lines for any bets you want to place.
Where can I watch or stream Wimbledon?
The ESPN family of networks will be the broadcast home for Wimbledon in 2024. Coverage will be available on ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN+, ABC, and the Tennis Channel. Streaming is also available via the ESPN app in addition to traditional TV coverage.