Wimbledon 2019 Predictions & Betting Odds - Tennis Betting Preview

The third Grand Slam of the year, Wimbledon 2019, begins in south London on Monday July 1, with the Men's final scheduled...
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The third Grand Slam of the year, Wimbledon 2019, begins in south London on Monday July 1, with the Men’s final scheduled to bring the tournament to a close on Sunday July, 14. The Women’s final is set to take place on Saturday July, 13.

All 10 Grand Slam titles since Stan Wawrinka (+8000 / 81.0 at 888sport) won the US Open in 2016 have been won by one of the same three tennis legends … Rafael Nadal (+550 / +6.50 at Betway Sports) has four titles, while Novak Djokovic (+150 / 2.50 at bet365) and Roger Federer (+333 / 4.33 at bet365) have three each. There’s little to suggest there will be any change to this trend at Wimbledon.

The 32 year-old Serbian Novak Djokovic looks to be a worthy favourite to defend his title and add a fifth crown at SW19. He’s already won the Australian Open this year and showed decent form in taking Dominic Thiem (+4000 / 41.0 at bet365) to five sets on the clay in the French Open semi-final, which is his least favourite surface to play on.

Stefanos Tsitsipas (+1700 / 18.0 with 888sport) looks a potential contender among the younger generation, although closer to home, Canada could be the country to watch, with Félix Auger-Aliassime (+3300 / 34.0 at 888Sport) having impressed with a run to the semi-final stage at Queen’s Club, London the traditional Wimbledon warm-up event.

Other Canadian hopes in the Men’s singles this year are 2016 Wimbledon finalist Milos Raonic (+4000 / 41.0 at 888sport) and big outsider Denis Shapovalov (+20000 / 201.0 also with 888Sport).

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Women’s Wimbledon 2019 Betting Lines & Pick

Making any Wimbledon betting predictions in the Women’s singles is a far more difficult task. 

Defending Wimbledon champion Angelique Kerber (+1200 / 13.0 with Betway Sports) has struggled for much of the year to date, while the legendary Serena Williams (+600 / 7.00 with bet365) isn’t in great shape either. 

Two-time champion Petra Kvitova (+1000 / 11.0 at William Hill) has also struggled with injuries of late and Canada’s top-ranked player, Bianca Andreescu, has withdrawn from the tournament with a shoulder injury.

Therefore the French Open champion and the new World No. 1 Ashleigh Barty could be the best tip at +475 / 5.75 over at 888Sport.

Pick: Wimbledon Men’s Winner – Novak Djokovic to win @ +150 / 2.50 with bet365

Pick: Wimbledon Men’s Winner - Novak Djokovic to win @ +150 / 2.50 with bet365

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