How to Watch All 2022 Wimbledon Qualifiers, Odds for Third Slam of Season
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The third Grand Slam event of the season begins Monday as the qualifying draw at Wimbledon gets underway, and you can watch some of the matches.
ESPN, which owns the rights to cover Wimbledon in the United States, will air four of the qualifying matches per day on ESPN+.
Monday’s order of play at the All England Lawn Tennis Club includes over 50 men’s qualifying matches, spanning from 6:00 a.m. ET throughout the day.
The qualifying draw will go on throughout the week, before a break at the weekend that leads into Monday’s main draw action.
Novak Djokovic is a massive favorite to take home his 21st Grand Slam in three weeks time. He’s listed as a -135 favorite to win Wimbledon at FanDuel.
Rafael Nadal is tied with Matteo Berrettini in the second-favorite position, having already won two Grand Slam events on the season. Berrettini has collected titles in each of the two grass court events he’s played this year. The duo is +700 to take home the title.
Young phenom Carlos Alcaraz is listed behind them at +850. The 19-year old is coming off of a disappointing loss to Alexander Zverev in the French Open quarterfinals.
The most in-form player in tennis right now — Iga Swiatek — is the favorite on the women’s side at +155.
Coco Gauff slots in behind her at +1000, while Serena Williams comes in at +1800 after she was hit with some hefty action following her announcement to return at Wimbledon after a one year layoff.
The main draw of the event will kick off on Monday morning.
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