Wimbledon men’s odds: The remaining contenders
Preview and odds for the Wimbledon men’s singles
We are down to the last nine at the All England Club and we look at the latest Wimbledon men’s odds to assess the remaining contenders.
Defending champion Novak Djokovic is still on course for a sixth title, while Roger Federer is in contention for a remarkable ninth success after an epic final defeat two years ago.
We are producing daily Wimbledon betting tips but here we take a step back and look at those attempting to unseat the two giants who have between them won 13 of the last 17 renewals.
With another French Open victory under his belt, the world number one seeks a record-equalling 20th Grand Slam title and remains on course to do just that following a routine last-16 win over Chile’s Cristian Garin.
The Serb cruised to a 6-2 6-4 6-2 win over the 17th seed to reach the 50th Grand Slam quarter-final of his career and a sixth Wimbledon title will look within his grasp if he sees off Marton Fucsovics in the last eight on Wednesday.
Djokovic, who is aiming to join Rafael Nadal and Federer on 20 Grand Slam singles titles, has not dropped a set at the Championships since losing the opener to British teenager Jack Draper in the first round, and is 4/9 in the outright Wimbledon men’s odds.
What a story it would be if the 39-year-old Swiss master could gain an unprecedented 21st Grand Slam victory on Centre Court.
Following his marathon five-set final defeat to Djokovic two years ago, subsequent knee surgery appears to have rejuvenated Federer and he looked better than ever in crushing Italy’s Lorenzo Sonego in three sets on Monday.
While Djokovic already has the first two Grand Slams of the season in his pocket, Federer is quietly going about his business with ruthless efficiency and has now been cut to 7/1 for what would be the most popular of victories.
Second seed Medvedev overcame a two-set deficit to oust 2017 finalist Marin Cilic and reach the last 16, and was two sets to one up on 14th seed Hubert Hurkacz before rain halted their last-eight clash on Monday.
Should the two-time Grand Slam finalist come through that test, Federer stands between him and a place in the semi-finals.
Medvedev enters unknown territory in advancing to a second week at SW19 and is 7/1 to take his first Grand Slam.
Seventh seed Berrettini’s star is on the rise. The 25-year-old Italian, a quarter-finalist at Roland Garros, has won 30 of 35 matches this year, including his fifth ATP Tour title at the Serbia Open, and has a realistic chance of making the last four.
He executed a strong serving performance to beat Ilya Ivashka in three sets on Monday and should he take care of Canadian 16th seed Felix Auger-Aliassime, odds of 15/2 will temp some.
The 10th-seeded left-hander seems fully recovered from the shoulder injury that kept him out of the French Open and having gained useful grass-court form in Stuttgart and at Queen’s, Andy Murray’s conqueror will take on 25th seed Karen Khachanov in the quarter-finals.
The 22-year-old Canadian left-hander is 16/1 to land the title but will likely have to get past Djokovic to reach the final.
Fellow Canadian Auger-Aliassime, seeded 16, has a tough quarter-final against Berrettini, but his first-serve accuracy at 63% is better than the Italian’s, and he has already dumped out fourth-seeded Alexander Zverev on a show court.
After that epic five-set win, which he described as “the biggest victory of my life”, the 20-year-old is a 20/1 chance to win Wimbledon.
The 14th seed reached the fourth round without dropping a set before rain halted his clash with Daniil Medvedev.
The 24-year-old Pole saw his form dip alarmingly after winning the Miami Open in March, but having reached a second week of a Grand Slam for the first time, he is 50/1 to go all the way.
It took five sets and nearly four hours for 25th seed Khachanov to oust Sebastian Korda, who also made the last eight at Roland Garros in 2019.
His big serve, which saw 45 winners and 19 aces against the American, will need to be evident as he takes on Shapovalov in the quarter-finals and he is 66/1 to win the title.
The 29-year-old unseeded Hungarian has reached a quarter-final of a Grand Slam for the first time in 17 attempts, having upset Andrey Rublev in five sets.
The 2011 Wimbledon boys’ singles champion now faces Djokovic and is 66/1 to secure a remarkable double and take the trophy.
All odds and markets correct as of date of publication