ATP & WTA 2022 Wimbledon Betting Update Early Top 3 Odds Favorites and Analysis

ATP & WTA 2022 Wimbledon Betting Update: Early Top 3 Odds Favorites and Analysis

The oldest tennis tournament in the world and one of four Grand Slams, Wimbledon, is fast approaching. The 135th edition of the grass-court Grand Slam begins June 27 at the All England Lawn Tennis Club.

There are several storylines to follow heading into Wimbledon. On the men’s side, top-ranked Daniil Medvedev is unable to participate as Wimbledon has banned all Russian and Belarussian players. Novak Djokovic, meanwhile, is hoping to win Wimbledon for the fourth consecutive year and move to within one Grand Slam victory of Rafael Nadal’s 22 titles.

Polish star and French Open winner Iga Swiatek is looking to continue her dominance in the women’s draw and win her seventh singles title this season. Serena Williams also recently announced she would play at Wimbledon, marking her first appearance at a Grand Slam since Wimbledon 2021. That said, it’s time to have a look at the early Top 3 Wimbledon Betting favorites.

Early Women’s and Men’s Wimbledon Top 3 Odds | Tennis Betting Analysis

Gentlemen’s Draw

  • Novak Djokovic (-125)

It’s not often a player is a minus favorite heading into a Grand Slam, but that’s how dominant Djokovic has been at Wimbledon. Not only has he won each of the last three tournaments, he has won five of the last seven since 2014. Only Andy Murray and Roger Federer have dethroned Djokovic in that time.

Djokovic should also be motivated to catch up to Nadal in the all-time Grand Slam chase as he lost to the Spaniard at the French Open and was unable to play at the Australian Open, which Nadal also won due to his vaccination status. 

  • Carlos Alcaraz (+650)

A rising star on the ATP Tour, 19-year-old Carlos Alcaraz already has four titles this season and achieved a career-best world No. 6 ranking in May. He hasn’t played since losing to Alex Zverev in the quarter-finals at Roland Garros.

  • Rafael Nadal (+650)

Nadal could really solidify his legacy and cement his status as the greatest of all-time with a victory at Wimbledon. He’s the King of Clay, and that status will never be taken away from him, but beating Djokovic on grass could elevate him to a completely different level. 

Nadal has only three losses this year, one of which is against the much younger fellow Spaniard Alcaraz. His status for Wimbledon is still up in the air as he is receiving treatment for a foot injury but is an easy top-three favorite if he plays.

Ladies’ Draw

  • Iga Swiatek (+140)

Iga Swiatek has taken the WTA Tour by storm this season. The 21-year-old Polish star is the first from the country to win a Grand Slam, having done so at the French Open in 2020 and 2022. 

The world No. 1 has earned more than $6 million this season and has lost only three times in 47 matches. She has been as dominant as any woman on tour in recent years and, as such, is a heavy favorite one week out from the tournament.

  • Coco Gauff (+1100)

American phenom Coco Gauff has been on the cusp of greatness early in her career, but the 18-year-old has yet been unable to find that extra gear. Yet, she’s still deserving of her favorite status ahead of Wimbledon.

Gauff has yet to win a title this season but reached the final at Roland Garros in both singles and doubles competition. She’s playing well and due for a breakthrough.

  • Karolina Pliskova (+1200)

A former world No. 1, Karolina Pliskova, suffered a disappointing two-set loss to Leolia Jeanjean in the Round of 64 at Roland Garros. After dropping the first set in her first-round match at the Grass Court Championships Berlin, she won consecutive sets by 6-0 margins, suggesting a return to form.

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