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Swiatek And Sinner Top Wimbledon Odds Entering First Round

Jannik Sinner

This morning, the 137th Wimbledon tournament began, with the world’s top male and female tennis players gathering to determine who is the best—on grass, at least.

Wimbledon is known for visits from the British Royal Family in the stands of Centre Court, but this year, with cancer diagnoses for both Kate Middleton and King Charles, lower-ranking members may have to suffice.

When old regimes move on, new reigns must take their place. Wimbledon betting sites have odds posted for both male and female winners that reflect the changing of the guard.

Take the men, for example. Jannik Sinner is a 21-year-old Italian-born player who captured his first Grand Slam title at the 2024 Australian Open in January. Sinner made it to the quarterfinals at last year’s tournament and is leading the 2024 Wimbledon odds at the moment.

2024 Men’s Wimbledon Futures

  • Jannik Sinner +185
  • Carlos Alcaraz +240
  • Novak Djokovic +300
  • Hubert Hurkacz +1500
  • Alexander Zverev +1600
  • Jack Draper +2200
  • Alex De Minaur +2500
  • Daniil Medvedev +2500
  • Tommy Paul +3300

“All right, you sinners, swing.”

David Lee Roth – Van Halen
Sinner’s Swing – Fair Warning (1981)

Ranked behind Sinner is Carlos Alcaraz, who at 21 years of age is one win short of a Career Grand Slam, only lacking an Australian Open championship in his trophy case. The odds at online tennis sportsbooks place the 2023 Wimbledon champion at +240 prior to the first round’s onset.

The only other player garnering odds worth mentioning is Novak Djokovic, who, at 37, suddenly appears long in the tooth. Djokovic wants to put a little distance between himself and Rafael Nadal for the lead in all-time Grand Slam wins, and he still has some gas left in the tank.

But is there enough in the reserves to fend off the likes of Sinner and Alcaraz?

2024 Women’s Wimbledon Futures

  • Iga Swiatek +325
  • Elena Rybakina +525
  • Coco Gauff +700
  • Ons Jabeur +1200
  • Naomi Osaka +1400
  • Jessica Pegula +1800
  • Madison Keys +1800
  • Mirra Andreeva +2500
  • Emma Raducanu +2800

Iga Swiatek is 23 years old and already has five Grand Slam wins – four French Open championships and a US Open title. She holds a commanding lead in the women’s odds to win, 200 points ahead of Elena Rybahina, who is in second place.

While Iga has the best shot of winning, much of the focus will be on Emma Raducanu. She is the 2021 US Open champion and the most popular British female player competing at Wimbledon.

Raducanu’s odds to win place her ninth overall, but her massive moneyline will sink closer to zero as she progresses from round to round.

The final Grand Slam Tournament of 2024 will be the US Open, which takes place between August 26th and September 8th at Arthur Ashe Stadium.


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