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Wimbledon Odds & Predictions 2022 | Tennis Grand Slam Betting Picks

Posted: Jul 1, 2022Last updated: Jul 1, 2022

Wimbledon is always one of the biggest sporting events each year. As the crown jewel of the tennis world, it has the potential to create superstars and build legends.

This year’s edition should be no different, as the world’s brightest stars take the courts in London once again. We’re here to get you ready for the prestigious tournament with our Wimbledon best bets and predictions.

Wimbledon Winner Odds 2022

Wimbledon winner odds are current as of Tuesday, June 21, at 12 p.m. ET from BetMGM Sportsbook.

  • Novak Djokovic (-125)
  • Mateo Berrettini (+600)
  • Rafael Nadal (+650)
  • Carlos Alcaraz (+800)
  • Felix Auger-Aliassime (+1200)
  • Hubert Hurkacz (+1400)
  • Nick Kyrgios (+1400)
  • Marin Cilic (+2000)
  • Denis Shapovalov (+2500)
  • Andy Murray (+2500)
  • Stefanos Tsitsipas (+3300)
  • Sebastian Korda (+5000)
  • Jannik Sinner (+5000)
  • Gael Monfils (+5000)
  • John Isner (+5000)
  • Jenson Brooksby (+5000)
  • Filip Krajinovich (+5000)

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Wimbledon Betting Tips 2022

Watch how each athlete progresses physically throughout the tournament

Some athletes at Wimbledon are far more equipped to win the tournament than others for reasons beyond skill. Age and track record play an enormous role as well, so watching to see how each individual appears coming into their next match is important.

Do your research

While our 2022 Wimbledon previews will provide a great amount of information, formulating your own opinions could put you over the top if you know tennis well. There are a lot of interesting aspects to betting on tennis that we will explore later on.

Do not blindly back the biggest names

While Wimbledon is typically a showcase of the most dominant names in tennis each year, there is rarely any value in backing them. For example, Novak Djokovic, considered one of the best tennis players of all time, is currently drawing (-125) odds to win. The value is simply not there considering the field he’s going up against, all of whom have odds of (+600) or longer.

Wimbledon Winner Prediction 2022

Rafael Nadal to win the tournament (+650)

Nadal has been around the block for quite some time and represents one of the biggest value bets available. The primary issue with him comes from a physical standpoint, as he’s 36 and his body has proven problematic from time to time.

That said, he just won the French Open a few weeks ago and stands as one of the most accomplished tennis players in the sport’s illustrious history. At these odds, we’re getting pretty good value for the two-time Wimbledon champ.

Wimbledon Sleeper Predictions 2022

Hubert Hurkacz to win the tournament (+1400)

Hurkacz is the perfect sleeper pick for Wimbledon this year. He has the type of grass-court pedigree that’s necessary to win a tournament of this nature and demonstrated that after reaching the semifinals last year. His youth (25 years old) combined with his powerful body and strong wingspan should allow him to outlast his opponents and give him more margin for error.

Marin Cilic to win the tournament (+2000)

Cilic is a sneaky option to win Wimbledon. He had an excellent road to start off the Queen’s Club Championships, reaching the final four earlier this week. He’s also one of the most experienced players in the tournament when it comes to grass courts, sporting a 71-27 record with that type.

Additionally, Cilic has reached the quarterfinals at Wimbledon on four occasions, so he should be able to go far in this tournament once again

Author

Daniel Preciado

Daniel is a current student at Syracuse University in the sports analytics program where he is minoring in economics and cognitive science. He is an occasional guest speaker for the Society of American Baseball Research and is a yearly participant in numerous high-stakes fantasy leagues across multiple sports. Prior to joining The Game Day, Daniel has written for Prospects Live, Fantrax, FanSided, and countless Dodgers blogs.

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