ATP & WTA 2022 Wimbledon Betting Update Analysis of the Top Players By Nationality

ATP & WTA 2022 Wimbledon Betting Update: Analysis of the Top Players By Nationality

In less than one week, 256 of the world’s best male and female singles tennis players will embark on what they hope is a two-week journey to a Wimbledon championship at the All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club. Players are well into the grass court season and hoping to conclude the season with a victory in the third Grand Slam of the year.

Defending champion Novak Djokovic headlines the Gentlemen’s Draw and is the overwhelming betting favorite at (-125). Ashleigh Barty, the defending champion on the Ladies’ side, shocked the tennis world with her retirement earlier this year. Iga Swiatek, who has won her last 35 matches, is the clear favorite at (+150).

Wimbledon has held strong in its stance that it would not allow Russians or Belarussians to compete this year, meaning men’s world No. 1 Daniil Medvedev will have to wait to win his second Grand Slam.

With that in mind, here’s a look at the top contenders by nationality for this year’s Wimbledon so you can get all set to bet against their Wimbledon Odds

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United States

There’s no real chance an American wins the Gentlemen’s Draw at this year’s Wimbledon. Taylor Fritz, world No. 14, is the highest-ranked player from the United States. Reilly Opelka (No. 18), John Isner (No. 25), and Frances Tiafoe (No. 28) are the only others inside the top 30. 

There are several candidates on the Ladies’ Draw, but it’s going to be hard to knock off Swiatek, who is pursuing her seventh tournament victory of the season. Danielle Collins and Jessica Pegula are ranked No. 8 and No. 9, respectively. Coco Gauff, world No. 12, has the third-best betting odds at +1000 to win Wimbledon.


While there are Canadian contenders in both draws, none have more of a legitmate chance at winning a championship than Felix Auger-Aliassime (+1100). The strong-serving Canadian has the fifth-best odds to win the tournament. Denis Shapovalov, meanwhile, is listed at +3300.

Leylah Fernandez, 2021 US Open finalist, will miss Wimbledon due to injury, but Bianca Andreescu is expected to compete. The 2020 US Open winner has had a rough go of it since winning her first Grand Slam, but could surprise some opponents.


Rafael Nadal (+650) and Carlos Alcaraz (+800) are two of the leading candidates to take down Djokovic, who is in search of his 21st Grand Slam. Nadal would meet Djokovic in the final, which would be an incredible and captivating match-up. Alcaraz is one of the best young stars in tennis.

Garbine Muguruza is the top-ranked Spanish female. The world No. 10 and former No. 1 has struggled this season, but has proven in the past to be a challenge for some of the world’s top players. 

Great Britain

Andy Murray (+2500) is Great Britain’s best hope for a Wimbledon championship in the Gentlemen’s draw. Despite not playing much in recent years, he’s feeling confident and could be a good value underdog bet. 

Emma Raducanu (+2000), winner of the 2021 US Open, is the country’s best hope for a women’s champion. 


Greece might have the best hopes of any country to win both the men’s and women’s championship. Stefanos Tsitsipas (+1800) is playing great tennis and has fared well so far in the grass court season, while world No. 5 Maria Sakkari is 25-12 this season and has at least reached the quarterfinal in each of her last two grass court tournaments.

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