On this page we present everything you need to know about bets, favorites and odds at Wimbledon 2019. On Monday, July 1, 2019, the 133rd edition of the prestigious tournament, which is the only one of all four Grand Slam tournaments on grass, will begin at the time-honored All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club. 128 men and women have successfully qualified for the men’s and women’s singles and strive to crown themselves at the Wimbledon Championships champion. Many consider this particular Grand Slam tournament to be the most important tennis tournament in the world. Of course, Wimbledon 2019 is also popular for betting. And so that you keep the right nose here, in this post we have dealt extensively with all important information about the favorites and quotas.
The odds for the overall winner of the men at Wimbledon 2019
Below we present you the most attractive overall winner odds for the overall victory in the men’s singles, which we could find at the 2019 Wimbledon Championships. The defending champion is defending champion Novak Djokovic, while the record winner Roger Federer is once again set to win high chances.
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The favorites for the overall victory of the men at Wimbledon 2019
If you are looking for the favorites for the men’s overall victory at Wimbledon 2019, you will not miss Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer, who have already won several awards at “The Championships” and defending titles and record winners as well as number one and number two Goal list go to this tournament. In the realm of possibility it is even that the fans in the final with strawberries and whipped cream on an endgame between the Djoker and King Roger may be pleased. In addition, Sandplatzkönig Rafael Nadal has a say in whose chances of his potential third Wimbledon overall victory after 2008 and 2010, we also take a closer look as on the chances of winning the up and coming Stefanos Tsitsipas and the reigning World Champion Alexander Zverev, on good days in no way needs to hide from the competition.
Novak Djokovic – Long time again the undisputed number one
32-year-old Serbian Novak Djokovic dominated the ATP World Tour for much of the current decade. In 2017, however, he disappeared from the scene in a weak and injured year in 2017 – only to make a comeback of superlatives in 2018 and show it all again. Since then, he has won three of the last four Grand Slam tournaments – including the 2018 Wimbledon Championships, earning him the title of defending champion – and has long been the undisputed world leader in the men’s division.
Without preparation tournament to London
Admittedly, the grass season in the ATP World Tour in 2019 again turned out very short with a duration of just five weeks and including Wimbledon only eight tournaments taking place on this covering. The fact that the Djoker travels without a single preparation tournament after the semi-final against Dominic Thiem at the French Open 2019 to London, has been quite a surprise. If Nole but has no adjustment problems with the topping, which brings along its very own laws because of the high speed, it should be at least the freshness advantage certainly.
Heavy start for the defending champion
However, Novak Djokovic has to be fully there in round one, because with Philipp Kohlschreiber the defending champion has been assigned a very unpleasant opponent outside the seedling list. The German beat the Serbs at the Indian Wells Masters 2019 surprisingly well with 2: 0 and could take him in Monte Carlo on sand a sentence. In the remainder of the tournament, compatriot Dusan Lajovic is already waiting for the Joker in the third round before strong opponents like Grigor Dimitrov, Gael Monfils or the aspiring Felix Auger Aliassime – for many experts a real secret favorite – could wait for Nole in the second round. In sum, Novak Djokovic’s $ 2.37 betting odds on the title defense are clearly far too small to outweigh the risk of the Djoker stumbling at any point. Although the Serb can be trusted, we would tend to refrain from this tip as long as he can not get a more attractive rate.
Roger Federer – High number of matches in 2019
While the now 37-year-old Swiss rider Roger Federer has always put off the clay court season in recent years to recharge his batteries for the long and stressful tennis year in the ATP World Tour, the superstar has also been on sand this year. A total of three tournaments he played including French Open, where, however, he could not do anything against sand god Rafael Nadal in the semifinals and lost clearly with 0: 3. Instead of indulging in a time out, the Federer-Express also rolled on in its beloved lawn season, where last week they played the NOVENTI OPEN in Halle.
With title number three in the luggage to London
And that’s where King Roger once again secured the overall victory in his long and successful career with a 2: 0 final victory over David Goffin – after all, Vice World Champion of the Year 2017. It was already the third individual title after the ATP Dubai and the Miami Masters 2019 Year for the sympathetic Swiss. The overall 102nd individual title in the ATP World Tour throughout his career. The following numbers are just as crazy: Already eleven times King Roger reached the final of the Wimbledon Championships. Eight times he went off with the winner’s trophy.
Good draw, but on the way to the final
In doing so, Roger Federer benefits that, as the number two seedling in the first round with Lloyd Harris, he has drawn a very grateful opponent, with whom he should get as few problems as with the rest of the competition in the comparatively weak eighth section of the tournament tree , Nevertheless, the road to a possible final is long and he may face opponents like Rafael Nadal, Dominic Thiem, Marin Cilic or even Tomas Berdych, who can beat the turf expert on good days. Nevertheless, at the rate of 3.75 * is the bet on the ninth Wimbledon victory of King Roger hot.
Rafael Nadal – With anger in his stomach for the first grass title in four years?
33-year-old Spaniard Rafael Nadal is number two in the ATP World Ranking list after his twelfth overall victory at the French Open. The fact that he is in London at Wimbledon 2019 only third place of the seedling list is attributed to the very idiosyncratic and often not really comprehensible calculation system of the tournament organizers – and annoyed the bull of Manacor on the measures. So Rafa threatens already in the second round with Nick Kyrgios a real hammer. Also in its sixth section of the tournament tree: Big players like Marin Cilic and Denis Shapovalov, who can make life difficult for the Majorcan alone because of their height on the turf.
The rubber speaks against the Spaniard
No wonder, because Rafael Nadal’s greatest strength is and will be his flawless return game and the outstanding defensive, which, however, can easily be undermined on turf. Nowhere else with pure force in a tennis ball, which loses almost no energy on impact, so many aces and winners beaten, so it is not surprising that Rafa has twice won the overall title in Wimbledon and last time in 2015 a single title his unpleasant lawn could win (ATP Stuttgart 2015).
Lots of momentum and outstanding balance sheet
Nevertheless, the Bull of Manacor travels with plenty of momentum from the twelfth French Open overall victory, as well as a hefty annual record of 32 wins in just five defeats in the UK, where he can therefore reasonably be cited as a co-favorite. Although Rafa might have to eliminate Roger Federer AND Novak Djokovic on the way to the big coup, at a highly attractive rate of 7.00 * but at least the ratio between probability of occurrence and profit opportunity. A correspondingly good playable tip.
Stefanos Tsitsipas – On the way up
Only 20 years young Stefanos Tsitsipas is still clearly on the way up. Since winning last October’s ATP Stockholm 2018 his very first individual title in the ATP World Tour, his young career has finally picked up speed. Two more titles from the four finals reached in 2019 followed. In addition, he stood at the Australian Open 2019 for the first time in a Grand Slam tournament in a semi-final and beat on the way there, among other things, Roger Federer. On sand, he even won against sand court king Rafael Nadal in the last race.
Definitely designed for the big
The entire tennis world is therefore in agreement that the young star, who was able to win the Next Generation ATP Finals in 2018, is called to great. This also means that the current world rankings sixth at some point climbs up to number one in the ATP world ranking and wins a Grand Slam tournament. So why not at the Wimbledon Championships, where the Greek in the second section of the tournament tree with Daniil Medvedev, Kyle Edmund and David Goffin has big competition before even Novak Djokovic could wait for him in the quarterfinals, but Stefanos Tsitsipas has all the big names ever hit the ATP World Tour.
Not a good start to the grass season
Why his chances for the overall victory were nevertheless provided with a surprisingly high rate of 19.00 *, is due primarily to the last few weeks. On grass, his annual balance is finally 2: 2, where he did not look too good in both ‘s-Hertogenbosch and in London at the Fever Tree Championships. In Wimbledon, the young man therefore has to massively increase if he wants to go high again in a Grand Slam tournament. But because already 6% probability of occurrence for his overall victory lead to a positive expectation, the bet is quite playable.
Alexander Zverev – Ironically at Wimbledon back to old form?
The 22-year-old German Alexander Zverev is considered one of the most gifted players of his generation. Already on eleven individual titles brings “Sascha” already in the ATP World Tour. Among them are a lot of really important trophies, because in Rome, Montreal and Madrid, the youngster has already won three individual titles in tournaments from the category “ATP World Tour Masters 1000”. Tournament victories that are on par with a grand slam. Ironically, at the four Grand Slams, the Germans have not done much. Although he was just in the quarter-finals for the second time in his career at the French Open, Wimbledon have been in the last sixteen at the very last moment.
Still number five in the ATP world ranking list
In itself no shame, but Alexander Zverev is now the number five in the ATP world ranking. In addition, the reigning World Champion after overall victory at the ATP Finals 2018. For more than a year he is now in the top five. And with such a reputation it should also go to Grand Slams accordingly times in the semifinals or even finals. Instead, Sascha travels to the UK with a desperate year’s record of 25 wins and 13 defeats, where he would love to corner.
A very difficult tournament tree
In the first round with Jiri Vesely as well as the winner of the match between Damir Dzumhur and Pablo Cuevas in round two, two heavy chunks are already in the way for the start at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club. Add to that the fact that he landed in the top half of the tournament tree, avoiding Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal, but not the defending champion Novak Djokovic and former finalists like Kevin Anderson, Stan Wawrinka and Milos Raonic, which could already face him in the quarterfinals. That the bet on the number five in the world can still be played, is solely due to the gigantic rate of 29.00 *, in which already 4% probability of reaching a positive expectancy. And that must definitely be granted to a player who became world champion after winning the crème de la crème of the ATP World Tour at the end of 2018, even in the event of a minor crisis of form.
The odds for the overall winner of the women at Wimbledon 2019
Also for the women’s singles at Wimbledon 2019 we found the best possible overall winner odds on Bet365. In the following you will find the victory rate of the top favorites. Quotenfavorit meanwhile is the freshly ranked world number one Ashleigh Barty.
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The favorites for the women’s overall victory at Wimbledon 2019
Unlike the Lords of Creation, the women’s singles at Wimbledon 2019 are far more balanced and open-ended. It is not for nothing that there have been nine different overall winners at the last ten Grand Slam tournaments. Only Naomi Osaka was able to land twice in the US Open 2018 and the Australian Open 2019, while last time with Ashleigh Barty at the French Open 2019 was once again a surprise winner in a women’s singles a Grand Slam tournament. Equally balanced are now also at Wimbledon 2019 the favorites. In the following, we discuss for you the odds and playabilities of the respective bets of Ashleigh Barty, Karolina Pliskova, Angelique Kerber, Serena Williams and Petra Kvitova, whose respective overall victory at least would not come from nowhere.
Ashleigh Barty – The new number one in the world
23-year-old Australian Ashleigh Barty just met a childhood dream at the French Open in May, followed by a second one last week. First Ash succeeded for the first time in her career at a women’s singles in a Grand Slam tournament and then she also managed the leap to first place in the WTA World Ranking. As a topseed, she will also go to the Wimbledon Championships, where she would love to build on the triumph of Roland Garros.
Already an absolutely sensational year
Six individual titles in the WTA Tour are available at Ashleigh Barty. And exactly half of them won in the current season, which is therefore likely to go into their careers as a sensational year. The fact that the Australian, who had already finished her career in 2014 to play cricket professionally, is now number one in the world, is not all that surprising given her annual figures. 36 wins face only five defeats. She also just won the WTA Birmingham on June 23, proving that she is a real threat on grass as well. And how to win at Wimbledon, she also knows. In 2011, she won the girl singles here at the tender age of 15.
Problem zone shoulder
The fact that she is the number one in the world and reigning French Open champion, but also the role as a top favorite on the overall victory in “The Championships” assigned, is quite surprising. After all, her problem zone – the shoulder she has been struggling with since she was 16 – has just hit her last week. Ash had to retire shortly before the tournament due to injury in the heavily doped preparation tournament in Eastbourne. Maybe you will miss at Wimbledon 2019 a few percentage points. Fortunately, the quota of 7.00 * for their overall victory is still high enough that you can confidently have the aspiring Australian on the slip.
Karolina Pliskova – The perfect lawn player
If you want to survive on grass, you need one thing above all else: a hard-hitting serve. Finally, the ball jumps much faster and deeper on this surface than on other surfaces. So, if you have a safe service game, a single break is usually enough to win the set. It is all the more surprising that the 27-year-old Czech Karolina Plsikova – after all, former World Ranking Winners – just at Wimbledon their worst scores of all four Grand Slam tournaments in the individual has to show. She has never come out of the knockout round here, while at the other three Grand Slams she has come to the semi-finals at least once – even reaching the final at the 2016 US Open.
As Eastbourne winner to Wimbledon?
Nevertheless, there are already two tournament wins on grass among her 13 career titles in singles, which could add up to number three the day before the start of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club. After a strong tournament with four impressive 2-0 victories and mostly only three to four games left, she has finally reached the final of the Eastbourne International, where she plays against Angelique Kerber for the overall victory. Her annual record of 34 wins in nine defeats also highlights her strong potential for Wimbledon. Two individual titles were also available in 2019.
What also speaks in favor of playing Karolina Pliskova’s overall win at the attractive 8.50 * quota is the fact that the draw meant it was doing very well with world ranking third. Zhu Lin is a grateful opponent for the opening match, while players like Olympic champion Monica Puig, French Open 2017 champion Elena Ostapenko, Anett Kontaveit or local hero Heather Watson may be unpleasant opponents, but on the whole should not be too big stumbling blocks for the strong Czech. In short: Plisko is a hot tip.
Angelique Kerber – After increasing a candidate for the title defense?
Still, the 2019 season is not too happy for 31-year-old German Angelique Kerber, who had surprisingly separated from her success coach Wim Fissette at the end of last year, under which she was first in the world rankings after 2018 epidemic year and won the Wimbledon Championships for the first time , Since Rainer Schüttler coached her, she did not succeed too much. 24 victories face ten defeats. For a single title that has not been enough yet.
Eastbourne as a turning point?
And yet, this is just the current state two days before the tournament kick-off, which would change dramatically with a single game: the final of WTA Eastbourne, which Angelique Kerber worked his way up to the week before Wimbledon. Among other things, with a clear 2-0 victory over former world number one Simona Halep. Should the German now win the big hit, it could lead to the momentum and confidence that Angie needs. After all, everyone knows what the three-time Grand Slam champion is capable of when she believes in herself.
In the same section as Serena Williams
The draw was all the more bitter for the defending champion, as Angelique Kerber was eliminated in the second section of the tournament tree to Serena Williams, who could thus already face them in the second round. What’s more, on lap three, Maria Sharapova could wait another chunk. In the quarterfinals Ashleigh Barty. And even then, Angie would not be in the group of the last four ladies. The odds of 9.00 * is the bet on their overall victory playable, however, you should first wait to see if they can really secure the title in Eastbourne. Without this boost, the betting odds are likely to be a bit too low to create a positive expectation with a tip on the title defense of the Germans.
Serena Williams – Driven by the Court Record
The 37-year-old American Serena Williams has won an incredible 23 Grand Slam trophies singly. One more than the legendary Steffi Graf. However, one less than Margaret Court, who leads with 24 Grand Slam victories in the women’s singles once the list of the most successful tennis players of all time. And that is exactly what drives the American – not only professional tennis player, but also mother – in spite of a high age for competitive athletes even today.
Already close to last year
Just a year ago at the Wimbledon Championships in 2018, the court record was nearly set when Serena Williams was able to fight his way into a Grand Slam final for the first time since maternity leave, but also lost to dazzling Angelique Kerber later in the year at the US Open against Naomi Osaka. Since then, the worm was increasingly inside. At the Australian Open 2019 the end in the second round. At the French Open in round three against compatriot Sofia Kenin.
Still capable of great achievements
Accordingly, their annual record of nine wins against three defeats does not look very impressive when the American veteran now enters her sixth tournament in 2019. And yet, everyone knows that they are still capable of great performance in terms of physique, will and commitment, which is why the bookies have also given her a remarkably low odd of 9.00 * for the potential overall victory. In addition to the heavy tournament tree, which she shares with Angelique Kerber, but speaks another factor against her: Of the five tournaments she has played so far, she has just finished two and had to give up three times due to injury. Overall, this does not say too much that summer temperatures in London will last to the end.
Petra Kvitova – The returner
The 29-year-old Czech Petra Kvitova had injured her wrist at the beginning of May in Rome and since then has had to rest on the WTA Tour. The comeback, which was actually planned for the WTA Birmingham, where the designated lawn specialist would have entered the race as defending champion, had to be postponed. Thus, Petra Kvitova will officially return to “The Championships” – and is explosive.
Already two overall wins at Wimbledon
However, that’s not surprising, as Petra Kvitova triumphed in the Women’s Singles of the Wimbledon Championships in 2011 and 2014, earning both Grand Slam trophies in her career at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club. Until the injury, which cost her the French Open, it was pretty round in 2019. At the Australian Open, she reached the final of a Grand Slam tournament for the first time since her Wimbledon victory five years ago. With two individual titles in Sydney and Stuttgart, their annual balance sheet reads 28 wins over eight defeats more than solid.
Landed in the difficult half of the tournament tree
And yet the draw for Petra Kvitova could have been easier. Already in the first round it is against Ons Jabeur, who recently injured herself and had to withdraw her Eastbourne semi-final against Angelique Kerber via “Withdraw”, which, however, was able to clear out several strong opponents. If she is back to 100% in London, she may endanger Petra Kvitova, who may not be 100%, and in the upper half of the tournament tree, with Angelique Kerber, Serena Williams and Ashleigh Barty, three of the favorites on her way to the finals could get in the way. Accordingly, the bookies endowed their win rate at 13.00 *, which seems appropriate and in our eyes leads to a positive expectation value and is therefore just playable. Assuming her wrist does not really cause her any more problems …
Game betting on Wimbledon 2019
If you want to bet on individual games at Wimbledon 2019, there are a number of markets traditionally available. It is important that you always remember that this Grand Slam tournament is still held in the traditional way on the grass court, which has its own rules. And the exact opposite rules, which were in the last three months during the clay court season. While on sand, hard serves can be countered almost anywhere else, which is why the return players whose own serve is not overly good, here are particularly in the advantage, there is a strong service on lawn with the fast-paced bounce behavior of tennis balls half the rent. That’s even more true with the players of the ATP World Tour.So if a player can be attributed to the so-called smashing giant, that is to say two meters tall and provided with outstanding service values, then such a player will hardly have to face breaks, which is why every year players step into the limelight in the relatively short grass season , of which only little is seen in the rest of the year. Because the bookies do not always have that on the screen, there is a lot of extra Euro for you as a tipster. For example, a Rafael Nadal can only stumble across an underdog on his favorite surface, sand, on very raven-black days. The Bull of Manacor, who is living off his outstanding defensive, has a hard time beating a hit giant, causing a matchup like “Nadal Vs. comparatively nameless Aufschlagriese “offers much potential for an outsider bet. This applies to the ladies, for example, for a Simona Halep.
Last but not least, there are always matches between two giants at Wimbledon, which can become the longest games in history. Although in 2019 the missing restriction in the decision sentence, in which so far no tiebreaking was played, lifted. Just in 2018, however, went the quarter-finals between Roger Federer and Kevin Anderson and the subsequent semi-final between the South African and John Isner once again record-breaking for a long time. Kevin Anderson secured the final ticket against the Americans only with a 26:24 in the fifth set.
So for betting on the Wimbledon Championships that means that there are almost always at least one tiebreak on two hit giants. And that makes two markets very interesting. Once the “Tiebreak: yes or no?”, You can bet very well here with “Yes”. And once the market “Under / Over Games”. Here at Wimbledon, where the matches are already decided with three sets, you can reluctantly bet on “more than 31.5 games” up to even “more than 36.5 games”.
Winner of the last years
The last ten overall winners of the men’s singles at the Wimbledon Championships
The last ten overall winners of the women’s singles at the Wimbledon Championships
Facts & figures about Wimbledon 2019
The record winners are Martina Navratilova with nine titles in the women’s and Roger Federer with eight overall victories in the men’s category.
The defending champions are Novak Djokovic and Angelique Kerber.
Wimbledon 2019 is the 133rd edition of the historic tournament.
The grand finale will take place on Sunday, July 14, 2019.
For the first time in history, there will be a tiebreak in the decision block in 2019, when the players arrive at 12:12. Thus, no marathon matches are possible here, such as the 11-hour and five-minute match between John Isner and Nicolas Mahut (Wimbledon 2010).
For the first time there will be in 2019 also on the no. 1 Court a retractable roof, so the Wimbledon Championships will not have to pause this year even on a very rainy day.
For the first time in history, there was a field of 128 women in the qualification for the women’s singles, who fought for 16 starting positions. So far, only twelve players out of 96 qualifying women were allowed to win the right to start the possibly most important tennis tournament in the world.
Wimbledon still has the strict requirement that all play in white.
Tradition is a top priority at Wimbledon. This means for the spectators this year again the traditional strawberries with whipped cream.
The best three bookmakers for Betting on Wimbledon 2019
Having used the same Bookie for both the Men’s and Women’s overall winner odds, it should come as no surprise that Bet365 is at the top of our list of the best betting operators on Wimbledon 2019. At the bookmaker, everything from new customer bonuses to quantity and quality of betting odds to live data and even moving pictures of big tournaments is just right. If the top provider of tennis betting on Wimbledon 2019 had to be named, it would definitely be Bet365.
Immediately thereafter follows for us then already Unibet. A selection that may surprise one or the other tipster, because in our overall bookmaker comparison the bookie does not fare too well. But he would have, if we had all alone on the tennis betting looked. After all, Unibet often has top ratings for the most diverse markets, so it’s always worthwhile to check out Unibet after you’ve decided on a tip.
The third bookmaker in the league, which stands out not only at Wimbledon 2019 bets in particular, but in tennis bets in general from the broad mass with emphasis, is Betfair. If you want to know what real tennis tennis betting odds can look like, then, under the guarantee, your eyes will be wide open when an arbitrary tennis match from Wimbledon 2019 is called on the bookie. Especially in terms of “number of games” betting market, you can find quotas for practically every border that can be drawn, which are also very attractive and fair, as the name Betfair already reveals. Definitely no way around this bookies for games between two Aufschlagriesen.