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Wimbledon 2022 Betting Tips

Find our free predictions on the winner of Wimbledon, as well as our experts forecasts on all the matches of the The Championships 2022. Full information for your sports bets!

Wimbledon 2022 Preview

Wimbledon Betting Tips - Tennis

The most prestigious tournament in the world of tennis is set to begin on Monday June 27th - the biggest names in tennis will grace the lawns of Wimbledon for two weeks with the singles finals taking place on July 9 and 10. There's a slightly different feel to the event this year as there are no ranking points up for grabs. However, every player wants to win Wimbledon and when they do, their first thought isn't how many points does this get me,. Novak Djokovic will be bidding to win the men's singles for the third time in a row. He'll face opposition from players such as Rafael Nadal, Carlos Alcaraz, Stefanos Tsitsipas and Matteo Berrettini. The women's singles will see a new champion crowned as the 2021 winner Ashleigh Barty has retired. Can Iga Swiatek win her first Wimbledon title?  We'll have lots of coverage throughout the tournament, including previews of every singles match from the quarter finals onwards. Let's hope we give you lots of winners.

Tournament information

  • Location: Wimbledon, London (UK)
  • Date: From June 27 to July 10, 2022
  • Surface: Grass 
  • Cash prize: Unannounced (41M euros in 2021)
  • Last  singles winners: Novak Djokovic and Ashleigh Barty (not defending her title).

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Expert Advice for your Wimbledon Predictions

Wimbledon Predictions - Tennis

Are you going to be betting on what happens at Wimbledon 2022? It's a great tournament to be placing bets on with 128 of the best players taking part in each of the men's and women's singles. There may be no ranking points this year but the dream of every player will to be crowned Wimbledon Champion. When you are betting on tennis, there are several factors that you need to take into consideration. Here's a list of the most important ones to take note of in your quest for winners.

Analyze players' form

It is important to look at the form of the players. There are plenty of statistics available online, so it is a good idea to access these and see how the players in this tournament have been getting on, particularly in the warm-up events that take place before these Wimbledon championships. This is a grass court tournament remember, so look for form when players have been taking part in tournaments played on this surface. 

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Take into account the playing surface

The next piece of advice is to consider what kind of surface the tournament is taking place on. This is a grass court event and the only Grand Slam played on this surface. Some players love this surface, others can't wait to get back to playing on hard or clay courts. Novak Djokovic is a great grass court player and he is the player to beat at Wimbledon. Look at the playing record of each competitor and look in particular at how they have got on in previous Wimbledon events or tournaments at for example, Eastbourne, Queen's Club and Halle. 

Look at the head-to-head results

Some players just don’t seem to do well against others on the circuit. Many lose regularly to Novak Djokovic, so that gets in their head and makes it difficult to get a win the next time they play. Again with head-to-head results, you need to look at the surface a match has been played on. Also you need to look at how many sets were played in the previous meetings. Look to see the head-to-head results that have been played on grass. Getting win after win against an opponent on clay or a hard court doesn't necessarily mean they'll beat them on grass.

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Observe the tournament history

It is a good idea to look at the past performances of the players taking part in this tournament. This is a different tournament from others because of it being on grass. Look for those players who have enjoyed success in previous Wimbledon championships.

Look at the Ranking Lists

There are no ranking points up for grabs at the 2022 Wimbledon Championships. However, it is still very important to see how many ranking points players have earned and where that puts them in the world rankings. The ranking list is easily accessible online at www.atptour.com, and it's possible to see whether players are climbing up or dropping down the rankings. It is also very important to look at how many points players have earned this year. This is an excellent form guide, especially when looking at points earned in the warm-up tournaments played on grass. 

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Stats you need to know for your Wimbledon 2022 predictions

Wimbledon Statistics - Tennis

Analyzing Wimbledon well also requires knowing the key points of the competition. To help you place as many bets as possible this summer, here are the important statistics regarding the London tournament. Undoubtedly, these statistical data will guide you when developing your sports betting. Especially if you like alternative bets.

  • Average games per match: 37.6 games
  • Matches in three sets: 44% 
  • Matches in four sets: 36% 
  • Matches in five sets: 20% 
  • Matches where the winner won the 1st set: 81% 
  • Return matches (0-2 / 3-2): 2% 
  • Matches with a set won 6-0): 10%
  • Matches with tie-break in the 1st set: 19% 
  • Matches with tie-break in the 2nd set: 14% 
  • Matches with tie-break in the 3rd set: 15% 
  • Matches with tie-break in the 4th set: 11%

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2022 Wimbledon Winner Predictions

Novak Djokovic is bidding to win a seventh Wimbledon title. That would take him level with Pete Sampras and William Renshaw and just one behind Roger Federer's record of eight titles. Djokovic has won the last three Wimbledon men's singles titles. A win this year will be the first four-timer since Roger Federer won in 2006. He has a strong chance of winning any tournament he plays on this surface. He will face a weakened line-up this year. Daniil Medvedev and Andrey Rublev will both be absent and Alexander Zverev is also likely to be missing after being injured at Roland Garros. That's three of the top ten out of the tournament. 

Stefanos Tsitsipas has never got past the fourth round at Wimbledon, while Carlos Alcaraz having only played once and lost in the second round last year.  Rafael Nadal has won the first two Grand Slams of the year and has never made it three in a row. His last Wimbledon title was in 2010 and he last reached the final in 2011. He's in form but can he win what would be only a third Wimbledon title?  Casper Ruud reached the French Open final but has never won a main draw match at Wimbledon in two previous attempts. Matteo Berrettini lost to Djokovic in the 2021 final but has been out injured for a while this year.  However, he's come storming back with wins in Stuttgart and Queen's Club and will be a bid danger at Wimbledon. Felix Auger-Aliassime reached the last eight in 2021 and could be a good outsider. The same goes for his Canadian compatriot Denis Shapovalov.

Djokovic might not be ranked number one in the world when this tournament begins. With Medvedev and Zverev absent though, he should still be top seed. The draw will be important and Rafael Nadal could be the second seed, so no meeting with Djokovic before the final. 

The Wimbledon Betting Odds

  • Novak Djokovic - 1.83
  • Carlos Alcaraz - 6.50
  • Matteo Berrettii - 8.00
  • Rafael Nadal - 8.00
  • Stefanos Tsitsipas - 11.00
  • Felix Auger-Aliassime - 11.00
  • Denis Shapovalov - 13.00
  • Nick Krygios - 21.00

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What's our analysis for the Wimbledon women's singles?

WTA Wimbledon Betting Tips

The women's tour has been dominated by Iga Swiatek this year. The Pole won the French Open and that made it six tournament victories in a row. Titles have been won on hard courts and on clay but Swiatek still has to prove herself on grass. The 20-year-old has never reached the final of any other Grand Slam tournament apart from Roland Garros. Her best performance at Wimbledon was getting to the fourth round last year losing in three sets to Ons Jabeur. Can her dominance continue at Wimbledon?

There will be plenty of contenders for the title. Coco Gauff lost to Swiatek in the Roland Garros final and two appearances at Wimbledon have both seen her get to the fourth round. Karolina Pliskova reached the final last year and former champions Angelique Kerber, Simona Halep and Garbine Muguruza will be back again this year.  Naomi Osaka has moaned about the lack of ranking points but is expected to turn up.  She's never made it past the third round at Wimbledon and is likely to be unseeded so it's probably best to ignore the ridiculously short odds on her.

Ons Jabeur lost in the first round in Paris but was a quarter finalist last year at Wimbledon and has to be considered after winning one of the warm-up tournaments. Emma Raducanu will be popular with British fans but there continues to be doubts about her fitness. Anett Kontaveit could be seeded as high as second but has only once got to the last eight of a Grand Slam and never past the third at Wimbledon. Jelena Ostapenko looks a good outsider having reached the last eight in 2017 and the last four the following year. Women's singles tournaments are often full of surprises. Be wary when backing players in this year's championship, there will be shocks.

Odds for the Women's Singles

  • Iga Swiatek - 2.61
  • Naomi Osaka - 6.5
  • Simona Halep- 13.0
  • Cori Gauff - 13.0
  • Anett Kontaveit - 15.0
  • Emma Raducanu - 17.0
  • Karolina Pliskova - 17.0
  • Paula Badosa - 17.0
  • Petra Kvitova - 17.0

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Wimbledon FAQ - Tennis

Check out the 10 most frequently asked questions about the Wimbledon tournament below. Some of the information may help you with your bets.

1. Where does the Wimbledon tennis tournament take place?

As the name suggests, the Wimbledon tournament takes place in the Wimbledon district in southwest London, England.

2. When does Wimbledon 2022 start?

The 2022 edition of Wimbledon starts on June 27. The women's final is due to take place on July 9th and the men's final is scheduled for July 10th.

3. Which British players have won Wimbledon?

There have been many British players that have won singles titles at Wimbledon. The last winner of the men's singles was Andy Murray and you have to go back to Virginia Wade in 1977 (when the Queen celebrated her Silver Jubilee) for the last women's singles champion from Britain.

4. Will there be British players at Wimbledon in 2022?

There will be plenty of British representation in the singles at Wimbledon. Cameron Norrie is likely to be seeded in the top ten and Dan Evans will also be a seeded player. Andy Murray has shown some good form this year and look out for Jack Draper. In the women's singles, there'll be Emma Raducanu, Heather Watson and Harriet Dart. Several other British players will be given wild cards to play in the tournament.

5. Where to watch Wimbledon 2022?

Coverage in the UK will be on the BBC. Throughout Europe, you can see the matches on Eurosport.  You can also see the latest scores on Sportytrader..

6. Why do players wear white at Wimbledon?

Since 1963, white suits have been mandatory at Wimbledon. Originally, this color was a symbol of the London aristocracy, forming a large part of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, the Wimbledon club. Since then, white has been a mandatory color in courtrooms, particularly as a way of masking social differences. Only a one-centimetre band of color is tolerated.

7. Who has won Wimbledon in the past?

Since the Open's inception in 1968, 21 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 Ivanišević, Lleyton Hewitt, Roger Federerer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray.

8. How many sets are played at Wimbledon?

At Wimbledon, men's matches are the best of five sets and it's best of three in the women's and mixed doubles events..

9. How many times has Novak Djokovic won Wimbledon?

Novak Djokovic has won six Wimbledon tournaments. The Serbian is the defending champion after his 2021 success

10. How many times has Roger Federer won Wimbledon?

Roger Federer has won Wimbledon a record eight  He is just ahead of the American Pete Sampras (seven titles), and the English William Renshaw, if you also consider the tournaments played before the Open Era. Federer has not entered the 2022 tournament.

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