The all-time leader in men’s singles Grand Slam titles in the realm of professional tennis is Novak Djokovic, with 23. That places him one win ahead of his arch-rival Rafael Nadal who will skip Wimbledon, the second Grand Slam in a row that he’s missed due to injury.
The men’s tennis odds posted at Wimbledon betting sites favor Djokovic to win once again with a -185 moneyline. Negative odds with so many competitors in play is unheard of, which is yet more evidence of Novak’s dominance.
Men’s Wimbledon Odds 2023
- Novak Djokovic -185
- Carlos Alcaraz +350
- Jannik Sinner +1600
- Daniil Medvedev +2000
- Alexander Zverev +3000
- Holger Rune +3000
- Sebastian Korda +3000
- Taylor Fritz +4000
- Andrey Rublev +5000
- Andy Murray +5000
The world’s number-one ranked player is Carlos Alcaraz. He lost to Djokovic in the semifinals of the 2023 French Open after suffering a wrist injury.
Alcaraz is widely considered to be the next great men’s tennis player and has already bagged a Grandy Slam win at the age of 20. His current moneyline odds to win are set at +350, which will deliver payouts of $4.50 on a wager of one dollar.
Legal online tennis sportsbook sites also have women’s futures posted with a field of players that are much more competitive than the men’s, according to the odds.
Women’s Wimbledon Odds 2023
- Iga Swiatek +250
- Elena Rybakina +375
- Aryna Sabalenka +500
- Petra Kvitova +1200
- Cori Gauff +1600
- Ons Jabeur +1600
- Karolina Muchova +2000
- Donna Vekic +2500
- Veronika Kudernetova +2500
- Barbora Krejcikova +2800
At 22 years old, Iga Swiatek already has four Grand Slam wins – three French Open titles and one US Open Championship. Swiatek has yet to capture Wimbledon glory despite being the de facto women’s odds leader for most tournaments she plays in.
Elena Ryabinka is the reigning Wimbledon champion and is also 22 years old. Aryna Sabalenka is 25 years old and also possesses a single Grand Slam title, won at the 2022 US Open. Sabalenka, Ryaninka, and Swiatek round out the top three, with the remainder of the field coming in at 12-to-1 or higher.
Returning to the 2023 Women’s Wimbledon field is five-time champion Venus Williams. Just like Djokovic, Williams rewrites history with each Grand Slam win.
The moneyline odds set for Williams are +50000, suggesting her glory days are behind her. Is this just a finale before her retirement? Any legend that is still active should be taken note of, and her odds to win will deliver 500-to-1 payouts – Venus may be worth a $1 hedge bet for a goof.
Williams is actually projected to lose her opening-round match, according to the following Wimbledon betting line.
Venus Williams vs. Elina Svitolina
- Set Spread: Williams +3.5, Svitolina -3.5
- Moneyline Odds To Win: Wiliams +175, Svitolina -220
- Over/Under: 21.5
Betting on the 2023 Wimbledon Tournament will conclude on July 15th and 16th with the Women’s and Men’s Singles Finals, respectively.