- Novak Djokovic is the Wimbledon betting favorite at -150 odds to win.
- Carlos Alcaraz, Daniil Medvedev, and Matteo Berrettini are the only other players with odds below +1000.
- Wimbledon longshot odds start at +2800 and offer an incentive to bet on Taylor Fritz, Cameron Norrie, or Hubert Hurkacz.
LONDON – Roughly two weeks out from the start of Wimbledon, Novak Djokovic holds -150 odds to win it all. Djokovic comes in with outright favorite odds – the first player since Roger Federer (2005-2007) to be the outright favorite at Wimbledon for three straight tournaments.
The winner of six of the last eight Wimbledon events, Djokovic is yet again attempting to win the Calendar Slam – the first man since Rod Laver in 1969 to do so.
As Djokovic is the outright favorite, only three other players have tennis betting odds shorter than +1000.
2023 Wimbledon Betting Favorites
- Novak Djokovic -150
- Carlos Alcaraz +350
- Daniil Medvedev +700
- Matteo Berrettini +900
But, there are also many Wimbledon longshots that have a real chance to win, depending on the draw. Once that happens on June 30, don’t be surprised if legal sports betting sites change these odds.
Taylor Fritz +2800: The top-ranked American has dominated tennis over the last three seasons. Winning 75 of 110 sets in 2023, Fritz is hoping to expand on his quarterfinal exit in Wimbledon last year, which ended at the hands of Rafael Nadal. Before that five-set match ending in a tiebreaker, Fritz only dropped three of his 27 sets on grass… and none throughout Wimbledon.
Andrey Rublev +4000: Unable to compete in Wimbledon last year, the Russian tennis ban has since been lifted. Rublev has made the quarterfinals in every major since 2022, except Wimbledon.
Cameron Norrie +4000: The hometown hero in Great Britain’s eyes. Norrie lost to Djokovic in the semifinals last year at Wimbledon and has started the 2023 season off extremely well (29-11).
Hubert Hurkacz +4000: Went 5-2 on grass in 2022 but could cause trouble. Hurkacz has played 34 tiebreaks, which account for over a third of his wins in 2023.
Alex De Minaur +5000: Went 7-4 on grass in 2022. De Minaur can ace his way into the second weekend, assuming he can improve on getting his first serve in.
Milos Raonic +5000: Back in action, Raonic hasn’t played tennis in two years due to injuries. While these Wimbledon betting odds are maybe too short, the late 2010s proved how elite Raonic was. Making the finals in 2016, he followed that up with two quarterfinal exits the years after. Still, this will be the first major for Raonic since the 2021 Australian Open.
Karen Khachanov +6600: Currently in the top 10. The only player to reach the fourth round or further in their last four majors, excluding Wimbledon 2022 (Russia ban).
Marin Cilic +8000: A former Wimbledon finalist (2017). Despite his 65 ranking, Cilic went to four straight Wimbledon quarterfinals from 2014-2017.
Pablo Carreno-Busta +8000: The 31 year old Spaniard has never gotten out of the first round of Wimbledon. Despite the top 20 ranking, this is a bet to avoid.
Frances Tiafoe +10000: The second ranked American has underperformed according to critics. Still, a 24-10 record in 2023 as well as tough exits from Wimbledon in the past make him a hedgeable longshot. Tiafoe has lost to #10 Alexander Zverev (2017), allowed a 0-2 comeback vs Khachanov (2018), lost to #12 Fabio Fognini (2019), and lost to #25 Khachanov in straight sets (2021) before exiting in the round of 16 last year. On the brink, the draw could help his case.
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After spending time scouting college basketball for Florida State University under Leonard Hamilton and the University of Alabama under Anthony Grant, Michael started writing focused on NBA content. A graduate of both schools, he now covers legal sports betting bills, sports betting revenue data, tennis betting odds, and sportsbook reviews. Michael likes to play basketball, hike, and kayak when not glued to the TV watching midlevel tennis matches.