2019 Wimbledon Betting Cheat Sheet: Odds, Sleepers, Longshots and More
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The 2019 Wimbledon Championships begin in the wee morning hours on Monday, July 1.
The men’s tournament features Novak Djokovic as the betting favorite (+150), with Roger Federer (3-1) and Rafael Nadal (5-1) not too far behind. On the women’s side, Ash Barty (4-1) is the favorite in what looks it could be a more wide-open affair.
New to betting tennis or want to learn more about it? Check out our Tennis Betting 101 piece here.
Here’s a full breakdown of all of our pre-tournament betting coverage:
2019 Wimbledon Championships Betting Picks and Analysis
Brett Farrenkopf analyzes every WTA match slated for Day 1 at the All England Club and picks out a few matches that have value. Read more
Sean Zerillo previews Monday’s ATP action and makes a case for backing Roberto Bautista-Agut and Kyle Edmund to get out of the gates hot at the All England Club. Read More
The women’s side of the draw is very lopsided and that has opened the door for a few longshots to make a run. Stuckey breaks down the tournament and makes the case for a few dark horses at the All England Club. Read more.
Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal are still ruling over men’s tennis. Will we see a fresh face hoist the trophy at the All England Club this year? Daniel Scotti breaks down the men’s draw. Read more.
Serena’s quarter of the draw is one of the toughest we’ve ever seen at a Grand Slam. Is she still the best bet to come out of her portion of the draw? Stuckey weighs in.
Novak Djokovic is the betting favorite to win back-to-back Wimbledons. Roger Federer is right behind him. Check out the full odds for the men’s side of the draw here.
World No. 1 and 2019 French Open champion Ashleigh Barty is the favorite to win her first Wimbledon title. Read more.