2022 Wimbledon Odds Update & Market Report: Public Behind Novak Djokovic to Deliver as Favorite

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With the Wimbledon main draw just a week away, it doesn't come as a surprise to see the names that are getting significant action to win the title.

At BetMGM, Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal are getting the biggest portions of the action.

Djokovic has accounted for 27.4% of the betting tickets and a whopping 63.4% of the handle, while Nadal is receiving 15.9% of the tickets and 14.3% of the handle.

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Third-favorite Matteo Berrettini (+550) is accounting for 7.2% of the wagers and 2.7% of the handle, and Carlos Alcaraz (+800) is amassing 10.6% of the wagers and 4.1% of the handle.

Of course, Russians and Belarusians aren't able to compete at the event due to Wimbledon's exclusion of them. That means Daniil Medvedev and Andrey Rublev aren't able to compete at the Championships.

On the women's side of play, Iga Swiatek (+150) is commanding a significant portion of the action. She's getting 35.4% of the betting tickets and 56.4% of the handle.

At +1400, Serena Williams has drawn 5.6% of the tickets and 3.6% of the handle since announcing her participation in the event — one year since she last stepped on court.

Williams is one of the most dominant players in tennis history to step foot on the All England Lawn Tennis Club grounds, but it would be a real shock to see her thrive after so much time off of the court.

The qualifying draw at the AELTC has already gotten underway, with players competing for a chance at a main draw berth.

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