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Wimbledon 2024 Predictions & Betting tips

Find out our free Wimbledon prediction on the final winner, as well as our expert predictions on the matches of the London 2024 Grand Slam Tournament. Lots of information for your sports betting !

Wimbledon - Presentation and Predictions for the 2024 Tournament (Tennis)

Prediction winner Wimbledon - Tennis

Want to make some betting predictions about Wimbledon 2024? You've come to the right place! Every day, our tennis experts offer you their bets on the most prestigious Grand Slam tournament of the season. Held between July 1 and 14 this year, the 137th Wimbledon tournament promises to be particularly interesting. After Carlos Alcaraz's historic first title last year, who will succeed the Spaniard on the London lawn? Can one player spring a surprise? What sports bets should be placed on the English tournament? All these questions are addressed on this page dedicated to the Wimbledon tournament. Feel free to browse through it to optimise your tennis predictions !

Tournament details

  • Venue: Wimbledon, London (United Kingdom)
  • The dates: From 1 to 14 July 2024
  • The surface: Grass (outdoor)
  • Prize Money: €59 million (€52.5 million in 2023)
  • The last winner: Carlos Alcaraz

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Wimbledon winner prediction: Who will win the tournament in 2024?

Wimbledon Winner Prediction

Carlos Alcaraz will be trying to retain his crown this year at Wimbledon 2024! Having beaten Novak Djokovic in five sets in the final of Wimbledon 2023, the young Spaniard won his first Grand Slam title last year. For this year's tournament, the bookmakers have three big favourites: Carlos Alcaraz, the defending champion, Novak Djokovic, the last finalist, and Jannik Sinner, a semi-finalist in 2023. This Wimbledon 2024 promises to be another great one.

As far as our prediction for the winner is concerned, it's tipped in Djokovic's favour. Despite an up-and-down season, he remains the most comfortable player on the grass at the moment, and he has all the cards in his hand to reclaim his crown in London. With seven titles won at this tournament since the start of his career, Djokovic is just one shy of Roger Federer's record, and is aiming to come close at this 2024 tournament. His participation is still uncertain following his injury at Roland Garros, but the Serb seems to be regaining his form and could be ready before the tournament begins. By winning in London this year, the Djoker could definitely surpass the number of victories of William Renshaw and, above all, Pete Sampras at Wimbledon. Just imagine how motivated he will be to perform in England. Our ATP Wimbledon 2024 prediction: Djokovic wins !

Wimbledon prediction: ATP odds for the title

With Wimbledon already underway, below you'll find the latest odds on the outright market:

  • Carlos Alcaraz - 2.20
  • Novak Djokovic - 2.25
  • Daniil Medvedev - 8.00
  • Taylor Fritz - 13.00
  • Lorenzo Musetti - 51.00

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Wimbledon Women's Prediction: Who will win the WTA tournament in 2024?

Wimbledon WTA Predictions

In the women's draw at Wimbledon, there is also a strong field for this 2024 edition. With the presence of world No.1 Iga Swiatek, defending champion Marketa Vondrousova and 2022 champion Elena Rybakina, expectations are high on the London lawn. The big news from the early stages of the tournament was the withdrawal of two time semi-finalist Aryna Sabalenka just hours before she was scheduled to take on Emina Bektas in the first round. That makes this quite an open tournament, as Sabalenka was the bookmakers' favourite to win the title ahead of the start of the event. In our opinion, the best bet for this WTA tournament at Wimbledon is a win for Elena Rybakina. The Kazakh has already lifted the trophy at Wimbledon, is formidable on grass and continues to build momentum. So it's her you should turn to for your women's Wimbledon prediction. Don't hesitate to give it a go if you agree with us! Our WTA Wimbledon 2024 prediction: victory for Rybakina.

Wimbledon prediction: WTA odds for the title

  • Elena Rybakina - 2.00
  • Jasmine Paolini - 4.00
  • Jelena Ostapenko - 6.50
  • Donna Vekic - 7.50
  • Elina Svitolina - 11.00
  • Barbora Krejcikova - 21.00

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Our tips for predicting Wimbledon

Wimbledon tips for predictions

Every season, the Wimbledon tournament is undoubtedly one of the most eagerly awaited by predictors. From the legendary matches to the prestigious nature of the competition and its importance for the ATP Ranking, Wimbledon fascinates all lovers of the little yellow ball, without exception. Are you planning to take advantage of the summer of 2024 to place a few tennis bets as the tournament promises to be nothing short of exceptional? Even though no win is ever guaranteed when it comes to sports betting, here are some tips from our specialists to help you perform at your best with the bookmakers. They're sure to help you shine at Wimbledon 2024!

Check the players' current form

To make a successful bet on a Wimbledon match, it is essential to take note of the current form of the two players facing each other. By this we mean their latest performances in terms of results (last matches, last tournaments), but also in terms of their game. Take an interest, for example, in the number of unforced errors committed by each player in recent matches, or conversely in the number of winning points scored. This will give you a great indication of the state of form on each side of the court. In terms of physical fitness, don't hesitate to take into account how much time you've spent playing over the last few days. A man who has won two matches in three sets will always be fresher than someone who has won two matches in five sets. That will always play a part in the way a match is played. 

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Observe the history of duels (head-to-head)

To make a reliable Wimbledon prediction, you also need to look at the last few head-to-head meetings between the two players. Who has won the last duels? Who has the edge on grass? These two questions are of vital importance. In tennis, more than in any other sport, don't forget that psychology is important. So it's best to have the upper hand over your opponent! Our advice is as follows: take note of the latest results from recent matches, especially on grass. This will make your tennis bet more reliable.

Consider the playing surface

In tennis, the playing surface is an essential part of a good prediction. The players all have their strengths and weaknesses on the different surfaces, so don't forget to take this parameter into account. At Wimbledon, of course, grass has been used since the tournament's inception. It's a surface that often favours big servers, but also players with a fast game. So before predicting a match at Wimbledon 2024, check out everyone's grass-court skills. In particular, you can visit the official ATP website and classify the various results by surface. With just a few clicks, you'll have a clear picture of which players perform best on grass. Don't forget that this parameter is obviously taken into account in each of our predictions if you don't have the time to carry out an analysis yourself.

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Analyse recent Wimbledon tournaments

Fourth tip: analyse recent editions of the Wimbledon tournament. Players often have their own favourite tournaments, during which they manage to shine. In London, of course, we remember the legend Roger Federer, winner eight times, including five in a row between 2003 and 2007. This is an example taken to extremes, of course, but one that should alert you to the fact that you should never favour a player who has rarely won at Wimbledon. Even if he's the favourite on paper against his opponent, he could well find it difficult to live up to his status. Public support, geographical context, weather... many factors can explain this phenomenon. Remember this before making your predictions for any of the 2024 matches.

Take the ATP ranking into account

The final piece of advice is to take the ATP rankings into account. You may not be aware of it, but the ATP rankings are of considerable importance when making a bet on Wimbledon. Whether it's qualification for the ATP Finals at the end of the season, a place in your country's No. 1 ranking or a place in the world's Top 10, there are plenty of reasons to perform well at Wimbledon every year, and they all play a part in motivating you. For your Wimbledon prediction in 2024, whatever the match, keep this in mind. It also applies to all the ATP and WTA tournaments between now and the end of the season. The word of an expert.

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The statistics you need to make your Wimbledon 2024 predictions

Wimbledon Stats Predictions

Making the right Wimbledon predictions also means knowing the key figures for the competition. To help you place as many bets as possible this summer, here are the key statistics from the most recent edition of the London tournament. Without a doubt, they will guide you when drawing up your sports bets, especially if you like alternative betting.

  • Average number of games per match: 37.7 games
  • Three-set matches: 44% of matches
  • Four-set matches: 39% of matches
  • Five-set matches: 17% of matches
  • Matches where the winner won the 1st set: 72% of matches
  • Matches with a comeback (0-2 / 3-2): 3% of matches
  • Matches with a golden set (6-0): 7% of matches
  • Matches with a tie-break in the 1st set: 22% of matches
  • Matches with a tie-break in the 2nd set: 22% of matches
  • Matches with a tie-break in the 3rd set: 22% of matches
  • Matches with a tie-break in the 4th set: 10% of matches
  • Matches with a tie-break in the 5th set: 2% of matches
  • Most frequent score in the 5th set: 6-3 (or 3-6) in 24% of cases

For your predictions on Wimbledon in 2024, note that you should therefore favour matches in three sets, that a bet on a golden set (6-0) would be far from stupid, and that it would be preferable to place a live bet on the player who won the first set. Not every match will validate these stats, of course, but you can use most of them as a guide. Expert advice.

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In a nutshell: how to make a good Wimbledon prediction in 2024?

Want to shine when making your Wimbledon predictions this season? Then follow the advice from our tennis experts on this page. As well as reading the predictions on the best matches of the day, take the time to study the matches yourself and use the statistics mentioned above. Our Wimbledon odds comparator and our livescore Wimbledon are also tools to take into account. Use them as much as possible before betting on tennis!

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Wimbledon 2024 : Frequently Asked Questions

As its name suggests, the Wimbledon tournament takes place in the Wimbledon district of south-west London (England).
White has been the compulsory outfit colour at Wimbledon since 1963. Originally, this colour was a symbol of the London aristocracy, who made up a large part of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, the Wimbledon club. Since then, white has been compulsory on the courts as a means of masking social differences. Only a one-centimetre strip of colour is tolerated.
At Wimbledon, matches are played in five sets for the men (ATP) and three sets for the women (WTA).

Since the beginning of the Open Era in 1968, 22 players have won the Wimbledon tournament. They are, in order: Rod Laver, John Newcombe, Stan Smith, Jan Kodeš, Jimmy Connors, Arthur Ashe, Björn Borg, John McEnroe, Boris Becker, Pat Cash, Stefan Edberg, Michael Stich, Andre Agassi, Pete Sampras, Richard Krajicek, Goran Ivaniševic, Lleyton Hewitt, Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, Andy Murray and Carlos Alcaraz.

The prize money awarded to the winner of Wimbledon varies from year to year. For this edition in 2024, the winner will have €3.2 million in his pocket. It was €2.75 million in 2023.

The 2024 edition of Wimbledon begins on 1 July. The final is scheduled for 14 July 2024.

Roger Federer has won Wimbledon eight times. He is just ahead of Novak Djokovic, the American Pete Sampras (seven titles), and the Englishman William Renshaw if we also consider the tournaments played before the Open Era.

Novak Djokovic has won 7 Wimbledon tournaments. His last title was in 2022.

This year, the Wimbledon tournament is broadcast on the BBC.

As with the competition as a whole, the Wimbledon 2024 final can be seen on the BBC.

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