2023 Wimbledon predictions, odds, best bets, how to watch, more

Novak Djokovic is a Wimbledon favorite
Serbia’s Novak Djokovic kisses the trophy as he celebrates winning the men’s singles final match of the French Open tennis tournament against Norway’s Casper Ruud in three sets, 7-6, (7-1), 6-3, 7-5, at the Roland Garros stadium in Paris, Sunday, June 11, 2023. Djokovic won his record 23rd Grand Slam singles title, breaking a tie with Rafael Nadal for the most by a man. (AP Photo/Christophe Ena)

We’re just days away from the start of Wimbledon, arguably the most prestigious of the four Grand Slams. While there has been some criticism of the all-white dress code and dated traditions, the 146 years of history and grass-court surface give the tournament an aura that many others don’t have. 

From a sports betting standpoint, one of the main draws of Wimbledon is that there isn’t much to bet on in the middle of the summer with only baseball as the major American sport still playing. 

If you do choose to bet on Wimbledon, you can place bets on straight match results and player props throughout the tournament or futures before the tournament, which gives you the ability to bet on the outright winner or the winner of a specific quarter. 

In this article, we’re going to look at some of the best bets to win 2023 Wimbledon on both the men’s and women’s sides.

2023 Wimbledon Schedule

  • July 3-4: First round
  • July 5-6: Second round
  • July 7-8: Third round
  • July 9-10: Fourth Round
  • July 11-12: Quarterfinals
  • Thursday, July 13: Ladies’ Semifinals
  • Friday, July 14: Gentlemen’s Semifinals
  • Saturday, July 15: Ladies’ Final
  • Sunday, July 16: Gentlemen’s Final

The Wimbledon Championships will be broadcast on ESPN, ESPN2, and ABC in the U.S.

Wimbledon 2023: Men’s Odds

  • Novak Djokovic -140
  • Carlos Alcaraz +350
  • Daniil Medvedev +1600
  • Jannik Sinner +1800
  • Alexander Zverev +2500
  • Taylor Fritz +2800
  • Sebastian Korda +3500
  • Nick Kyrgios+3500
  • Holger Rune +3500
  • Stefanos Tsitsipas +4000
  • Alex De Minaur +5000

All odds are courtesy of DraftKings sportsbook. You can get up-to-date odds here

Novak Dojokvic to win (-140)

Djokovic is clearly the favorite on the men’s side. He’s won 85.8% of the ATP-level grass-court matches in his career, which is utter dominance. That’s why you see these odds, which are incredibly high before a tournament even starts. That makes it hard to bet on Novak given that you’d need to bet $140 just to win $100. However, Djokovic is the best men’s player in the draw and also just won the French Open win, beating Casper Ruud for his record-breaking 23rd Grand Slam title.

Carlos Alcaraz to win (+350)

The only player on the ATP tour that can currently challenge Djokovic in terms of pure talent is Alcaraz. However, the young Spaniard has been battling injuries and cramps in the last few months. He did win a title at Queen’s Club, which was a huge win, and has an 8-2 record on grass over the last three years, so he has the talent to win on this surface, especially if Djokovic slips up before the finals. 

Jannik Sinner to win (+1800)

Jannik Sinner has been rising up the rankings in 2023, pushing into the top 10 on the back of a 33-12 record so far. Last year, he beat Alcaraz in the Round of 16 and almost pulled off a huge upset against Novak Djokovic in the quarterfinals, winning the first two sets before Novak came back to win in five sets. 

Sinner is just 7-4 in his previous 11 outings, but his level has been great all season and makes for a decent bet at these odds. 

Jannik Sinner is a dark horse to win Wimbledon
Jannik Sinner of Italy reacts during his fourth round match against Stefanos Tsitsipas of Greece at the Australian Open tennis championship in Melbourne, Australia, Sunday, Jan. 22, 2023. (AP Photo/Mark Baker)

Wimbledon 2023: Women’s Odds

  • Iga Swiatek +380
  • Elena Rybakina +425
  • Aryna Sabalenka +500
  • Petra Kvitova +1300
  • Ons Jabeur +1400
  • Karolina Muchova +1400
  • Barbora Krejcikova +2000
  • Jelena Ostapenko +2500
  • Coco Gauff +2800
  • Donna Vekic +2800
  • Beatriz Haddad Maia +2800
  • Caroline Garcia +3500
  • Jessica Pegula +3500

All odds are courtesy of DraftKings sportsbook. You can get up-to-date odds here

Iga Swiatek to win (+380)

Iga Swiatek is the favorite to win Wimbledon, and it’s no surprise since she’s 34-5 in 2023 after going 65-9 during the 2022 season. However, Swiatek’s best result at Wimbledon is a fourth-round finish in 2021, and she has yet to prove she has the level on grass that he does on clay. 

She’s the best player on the women’s tour and has four Grand Slam titles to her name at just 22 years old, so these odds are still pretty enticing for a pre-tournament bet. 


Aryna Sabalenka to win (+400)

Aryna Sabalenka is another favorite who seems like a strong bet. She, like Sinner, has had a tremendous year, including a victory at the 2023 Australian Open, which helped put her on the map. She’s just 6-4 in her career at Wimbledon, but she did make the semi-finals in 2021, so she has had success in the past.

Her big serves and powerful groundstrokes make her a tough challenge for anybody even though she’l be coming into Wimbledon after a disappointing straight-sets loss to unseeded Veronika Kudermetova at the Grass Court Championships in Berlin. That has been her only match on grass this year, but she’s 12-6 on grass in her last three seasons, so the talent is there.


Ons Jabeur to win (+1200)

If there is any WTA player that dominates on grass the way Novak Djokovic does on the men’s side, it would be Ons Jabeur. The Tunisian is 21-4 on grass in the last three years, including a trip to the Wimbledon finals in 2022 when she became the first Arab woman to reach a Grand Slam Final. While she lost to Elena Rybakina in three sets, she proved that she belonged and then followed that up with another Finals appearance at the U.S. Open where she lost to Swiatek in straight sets.

At these odds, Jabeur seems like a tremendous bet.

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Ons Jabeur could be a favorite at Wimbledon
Ons Jabeur, of Tunisia, reacts after defeating Elizabeth Mandlik, of the United States, during the second round of the US Open tennis championships, Wednesday, Aug. 31, 2022, in New York. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)