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Wimbledon Women’s Odds & Draw

Last Updated: Aug 25, 2023

Wimbledon is just around the corner, and the new “big three” on the women’s side are eager to compete for the most prestigious title in tennis.

Let’s break down the latest odds for the 2023 women’s field at the All England Lawn and Tennis Club.

Wimbledon Women’s Winner Odds

Tennis odds used for this grand slam report are current as of Wednesday, June 28, at 5 p.m. ET and courtesy of FanDuel Sportsbook.

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

  • Iga Świątek (+360)
  • Elena Rybakina (+430)
  • Aryna Salabenka (+460)
  • Petra Kvitová (+1200)
  • Ons Jabeur (+1400)
  • Karolina Muchová (+1400)
  • Barbora Krejčíková (+2000)
  • Coco Gauff (+2500)

Wimbledon Women’s Favorite

Iga Świątek (+360)

Świątek has just about done it all in the women’s game at the age of 22 — except win on grass. The World No. 1 is just 11-6 on the surface for her career, falling in the third round of Wimbledon last year to Alizé Cornet and in the fourth round the year prior to Ons Jabeur.

Her topspin forehand isn’t nearly as effective here, though she does still have speed, mental toughness, and power, which makes her a hard out anywhere.

Wimbledon Women’s Field

An interesting storyline to watch here will be Elena Rybakina‘s health. She was forced to pull out of Roland Garros with an illness after winning two matches, and she’s only played two matches on grass this month due to illness.

She’s currently slated to headline this field as the defending champion, but there’s just a cloud of doubt here. Other than that, the new “big three” will all be here, and enter as the runaway favorites to win.

🎾 Read more about the Wimbledon men’s odds.

Wimbledon Women’s Contenders

Elena Rybakina (+430)

Few can match what Rybakina can bring to the table on this surface, or any fast court for that matter. Her serve is dominant and her groundstrokes are hard, flat, and to the back of the court.

Her height gives her such an advantage in the serving department as well, and on grass, she’s incredibly tough to break. As noted above, she’s the defending champion here and is now 23-8 on grass for her career.

Aryna Sabalenka (+460)

Sabalenka is the third member of the so-called “big three” that’s developed on the women’s side, packing just as much of a punch with her serve and her shots from the baseline as Rybakina.

Her forehand is the best in the world on this surface, and she overcame some mental hurdles to win a grand slam in January at the Australian Open. Sabalenka even defeated Świątek on clay this spring.

She may be the most threatening player in the entire field.

Petra Kvitová (+1200)

Kvitová is still one of the best in the sport and a two-time Wimbledon champion. As a lefty, she’s a tricky opponent in any setting, and her dominance on serve is matched by only a select few in this field.

She won five matches last week to capture the title in Berlin and looks to be in top form.

Wimbledon Women’s Sleepers

Ons Jabeur (+1400)

Jabeur never seems to get much love from oddsmakers, perhaps due to the fact that she’s just a notch below the names above when it comes to actually finishing out big matches and sustaining her level for two weeks.

With that said, she went three sets with Rybakina in last year’s Wimbledon final and is 22-5 on grass over the last two years. Her ability to slice the ball and her above-average serve make her tough to play here.

Belinda Bencic (+4800)

Bencic is still just 26, and after a mammoth 42-18 season, she enters Wimbledon at 20-7 on the season. She’s 11-6 on grass over the last two years with two trips to the final in Berlin, but she hasn’t won a match at Wimbledon since 2019.

Still, Bencic has more experience on grass than most other women here and a strong record to boot. She’s yet to play a match since her first-round exit at Roland Garros, but if she can find some form quickly, she can go deep.

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