Wimbledon Men’s Odds: Djokovic a Heavy Favorite Ahead of Alcaraz, Murray & More

Wimbledon Men’s Odds: Djokovic a Heavy Favorite Ahead of Alcaraz, Murray & More article feature image

Clive Brunskill/Getty. Pictured: Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic.

The third Grand Slam of the season is just a couple days away as Wimbledon is set to kick off on Monday morning.

Novak Djokovic will attempt to win his fifth consecutive title at The Championships, and he is a heavy favorite to achieve that feat. The 23-time Slam champion is listed at -175 on FanDuel to leave London three-quarters of the way to a Calendar Slam.

Behind Djokovic is the World No. 1, Carlos Alcaraz, who is priced at +350 to win his first Wimbledon title. Djokovic defeated Alcaraz in the French Open semifinals. The duo split sets before Alcaraz began suffering from full body cramps in the beginning of the third set. Djokovic cruised from that point forward.

Jannik Sinner has the third-shortest odds in the men's field, but the 2022 quarterfinalist is listed at +1700 to win his first Grand Slam.

The only man besides Djokovic who has won a Wimbledon title — Andy Murray — comes in at +5500 ahead of the tournament.

Nick Kyrgios, who faced off with Djokovic in the 2022 final, enters at +4500 due to his inactivity on Tour this season as he continues to deal with a knee injury.

Wimbledon Odds

All odds from FanDuel. For full odds, click here

Novak Djokovic-175
Carlos Alcaraz+350
Jannik Sinner+1700
Daniil Medvedev+2400
Sebastian Korda+3000
Alexander Zverev+3100
Holger Rune+4500
Nick Kyrgios+4500
Taylor Fritz+4500
Frances Tiafoe+5000

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