Wimbledon 2024: Djokovic’s Odds Tumble After Injury Recovery 

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Wimbledon 2024: Djokovic’s Odds Tumble After Injury Recovery

The 2024 Wimbledon Championships get underway on Monday, sparking what promises to be a thrilling two-week showcase of top-class tennis. 
All of the top UK betting apps have got ante-post markets available on the tournament, while in-play wagering will be off the charts when the action starts. 
Read on as we look at the latest odds for the men’s and women’s singles tournaments, before assessing some of the key betting angles to consider. 


  • Djokovic chasing eighth Wimbledon title.
  • Hurkacz could be dangerous.
  • Women’s tournament is wide open.

Wimbledon 2024 – Outright Odds

The latest Wimbledon 2024 odds are as follows (via Betgoodwin): 

Men's Singles 

  • Jannik Sinner - 2/1 
  • Carlos Alcaraz - 12/5 
  • Novak Djokovic - 29/10 
  • Alexander Zverev - 16/1 
  • Hubert Hurkacz - 16/1 
  • Jack Draper – 22/1 
  • Alex de Minaur -28/1 
  • Daniil Medvedev – 33/1 
  • Matteo Berrettini - 40/1 
  • Grigor Dimitrov – 40/1 
  • Bar – 50/1 

Women's Singles 

  • Aryna Sabalenka – 27/10 
  • Iga Swiatek – 15/4 
  • Elena Rybakina – 5/1 
  • Coco Gauff – 13/2 
  • Ons Jabeur – 14/1 
  • Naomi Osaka 16/1 
  • Madison Keys – 20/1 
  • Jessica Pegula – 20/1 
  • Mirra Andreeva – 25/1 
  • Emma Raducanu – 25/1 
  • Bar – 40/1 

Wimbledon 2024 Preview

Seven-time Wimbledon men’s singles champion Novak Djokovic has come in for support on new betting sites after declaring himself fit for the tournament. 
The Serbian suffered a knee injury at the French Open and had surgery three weeks ago, but has safely come through an exhibition match against Daniil Medvedev. 
Sports bettors quickly latched onto Djokovic, forcing online bookmakers to cut his odds from 4/1 to 29/10 to emerge victorious on July 14. 
Djokovic has reached the Wimbledon final for the past five years, but is a risky betting proposition given the doubts surrounding his fitness. 
The 37-year-old is seeded to meet Hubert Hurkacz in the quarter-finals, and his big-serving style could prove to be problematic on grass. 
He is ranked number one in the ATP Tour’s serve statistics and looks tempting at odds of 7/2 to win Quarter Four in the men’s singles. 
Aryna Sabalenka and Iga Swiatek head the betting in the women’s singles and should make deep runs, but it could pay to look elsewhere for a value bet. 

Ons Jabeur has finished runner-up in the last two years and is worth chancing at odds of 4/1 to be the winner of Quarter Two. 
Jessica Pegula and Elena Rybakina are her main rivals in that section of the draw, but the Tunisian has the talent to see off their respective challenges.