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Wimbledon Men’s Odds & Draw

Last Updated: Jun 26, 2023

In just a couple of short weeks, the world’s best tennis players will converge on the All England Lawn and Tennis Club in London for Wimbledon.

Who is looking good ahead of the most prestigious event in tennis? Let’s look into the latest Wimbledon men’s singles odds.

Wimbledon Men’s Winner Odds

Tennis odds used for this grand slam report are current as of June 23 and 5 p.m. ET at FanDuel Sportsbook.

Now for the lines on who will win the 2023 Wimbledon men’s tournament:

  • Novak Djokovic (-175)
  • Carlos Alcaraz (+500)
  • Daniil Medvedev (+1100)
  • Jannik Sinner (+1400)
  • Andy Murray (+2200)
  • Taylor Fritz (+2500)
  • Alexander Zverev (+2900)
  • Sebastian Korda (+3000)
  • Nick Kyrgios (+3000)
  • Holger Rune (+3100)
  • Stefanos Tsitsipas (+4000)

Wimbledon Men’s Favorite

Novak Djokovic (-175)

This should surprise nobody. Djokovic silenced his doubters with a strong showing at Roland Garros, capturing his 23rd career Grand Slam title with little issue. He has won Wimbledon every year since 2018 and without many of his biggest competitors on grass in form, he should be an overwhelming favorite.

Wimbledon Men’s Draw

You won’t see Rafael Nadal here this year, as the aging Spaniard is attempting to recover from yet another injury. Matteo Berrettini and Nick Kyrgios, who made the final of this event the past two years, are currently working their way back from injury and may not be 100% fit by the time this tournament begins.

Wimbledon Men’s Contenders

Carlos Alcaraz (+500)

It’s hard to learn how to play on grass, but it seems Alcaraz is picking it up rather quickly. He seemed to be growing into things last year with a run to the Fourth Round of Wimbledon, but ran into a tough matchup in Jannik Sinner.

He’s looked excellent on the grass at Queen’s Club and should be considered a real threat with his incredible power.

Daniil Medvedev (+1100)

In theory, this should be the perfect surface for Medvedev. He has a big, booming serve and hits the ball incredibly flat into the back of the court, making it difficult for opponents to get on the front foot against him.

He lost both of the finals he made last season on grass before falling to Roberto Bautista Agut in Mallorca, and he once again fell to the Spaniard in Halle to put him at 2-2 for the grass season. Medvedev’s been good on grass, but it’s hard to say he’s been as dominant as he is on a hardcourt.

That can change in an instant, however.

Taylor Fritz (+2500)

The American made the quarters here last year before losing to Nadal in what was an epic comeback from one of the greatest players of all time.

Fritz is another player whose game translates well to grass, considering he brings overwhelming power to the court, but his volleying skills have held him back a bit.

Still, he should overpower most players in the field and have a decent chance to win as a bonafide top-10 player. His first career title came at Eastbourne back in 2019, and he won that event again last season.

Wimbledon Men’s Sleepers

Nick Kyrgios (+3000)

I don’t want to be irresponsible and say Kyrgios is a great bet but he sure is a sleeper this season. He’s unquestionably one of the three best grass court players in the world when healthy, so at this price he’s certainly qualified to fit in this section.

Kyrgios did not seem to be moving well in his first match back from knee surgery, but grass isn’t really a surface where you need to move all that well, anyway. He could surely play his way into form by the time he plays his first big match at Wimbledon.

Sebastian Korda (+3000)

There aren’t many players hotter on the grass right now than Korda. The American has a perfect game for grass, just as his father did years ago.

He debuted at Wimbledon in 2021 and immediately looked the part of a future champion, beating very solid grass-court players in Dan Evans and Alex De Minaur before nerves got the best him against Karen Khachanov and he failed to serve out the match multiple times in defeat.

He should have more confidence this season after beating Frances Tiafoe and Cameron Norrie in an impressive Queen’s Club run, and unless Djokovic stands in his way, I think a semifinal run is very likely.

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