Wimbledon betting odds at Coral
The Wimbledon Championships, known more commonly as Wimbledon, is the oldest tennis tournament in the world and the only tennis Grand Slam to still be played on grass courts. Widely regarded as the sport’s most prestigious competition, it attracts the best players for two weeks every year – except for 2020’s enforced absence due to the pandemic.
This time out, World No.1 Novak Djokovic arrives in fine form following a dominant display at Roland Garros, where he defeated the King of Clay Rafael Nadal to claim a rare triumph in France. Will he be able to lift a third Wimbledon trophy in as many years, and a sixth career title, in 2021?
In the women’s draw, defending champion Simona Halep will be looking to bounce back from the injury that ruled her out of the French Open. Can she rediscover the form that saw her defeat Serena Williams in 2019? Join us for the latest live odds on Wimbledon Womens singles, a wide range of tennis betting markets and different ways to bet on the on-court action.
What types of bets can I place?
At Coral, we’re constantly updating our Sportsbook to offer you up-to-date odds for every match at Wimbledon. Our traders bring their knowledge and insight to provide some of the most competitive tennis betting odds around.
So, whether you’re looking to place bets on the outright winners of matches or the tournament, odds on each set or individual games, you can find what you’re after with us. Backing either player to lose the first set and come back to win the match? We’ve got you covered. Or maybe you fancy predicting the score In-Play? However you want to bet on Wimbledon, have your say with Coral.
Wimbledon winners betting odds
As well as watching Djokovic and Halep begin their title defences, you can also catch other top tennis stars on court in SW19. Wimbledon’s most decorated player, Roger Federer, will be looking to add to his eight tournament titles after finishing runner-up last time out. Can the old campaigner rekindle the grass-court magic?
Two-time Wimbledon winner Andy Murray will also be in action as a Wildcard addition, as is five-time champ Venus Williams. Can sister Serena reclaim her throne for the first time since 2016?
The women’s draw looks particularly intriguing. With World No.1 Ash Barty battling injury and No.2 Naomi Osaka having withdrawn, the door is open for new challengers – will recently crowned French Open winner Barbora Krejčíková continue her excellent run? It’s wide open and all to play for this year.