Wimbledon Betting Tips & Predictions

Outright Tips

Indeed, Djokovic is the odds-on outright favourite to lift a fourth successive Wimbledon title.

Much has been made of his drop in form this year but he still looked in decent nick despite losing to Rafael Nadal at the French Open last month.

The Serb maestro has not been beaten on the Wimbledon grass since withdrawing against Thomas Berdych in the 2017 quarter-final and will be tough to stop, especially after my two outside fancies Matteo Berrettini (who reached the final last year) and Marin Cilic were both forced to withdraw from the tournament due to illness.

French Open winner Nadal is still on for the calendar year Grand Slam having also won the Australian Open in January, but the Spaniard has to be doubted given his injury issues and his failure to win Wimbledon since 2010.

British hopes hinge on Cameron Norrie after Andy Murray lost to John Isner in a battling four-set encounter.

In the women’s side, a new champion is guaranteed after last year’s winner Ashleigh Barty retired from the sport earlier this year.

French Open champion Iga Swiatek is fancied to continue her remarkable 35-match winning run, but she is relatively untested on grass and may be worth opposing this time around.

British hope Emma Raducanu received plenty of backing after reaching the fourth-round last year before sensationally winning the US Open, but she was well-beaten by Caroline Garcia and I’m yet to be convinced by the teenager on grass.

As an outsider, I like the look of Ons Jabeur. The Tunisian’s variety of shots and proficiency on any surface makes her a dangerous operator.

The World No. 3 beat Swiatek on the way to the quarter-final last year and I expect her to go further than that at the very least this time around.

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