From Nole to Swiatek, the favorites and surprises of the tournament

The curtain opens at the 136th Wimbledon tournament. World number 1 Iga Swiatek is preferred among women, Novak Djokovic is preferred among men and is chasing Serbian Grand Slam.

Wimbledon: Swiatek favourite, watch out for Rybakina

Wimbledon 2023: odds, favorites and surprises

The 136th edition of Wimbledon, the oldest and most exciting tennis tournament in the world, begins. To focus on Wimbledon betting, let’s start with Women’s Singles by Eurobet* there is a clear favorite: Iga Swiatek. Number 1 in the world of Poland has the odds of 3.60, which is not inferior not only because of its negative history in the tournament.

The main rival of the Pole is Elena Rybakina. Given that 2022 was eliminated from Tunisian Ounce Jabeur in the final, the Russian national Kazakh, who is also the reigning champion, pays 4.50 odds. right behind Belarusian Aryna SabalenkaFor experts, it’s 6 to one.

The revived Czech Petra Kvitova is the fourth power of the tournament judged by 13 points, while the very young Coco Gauff is awarded at 16. The aforementioned Jabeur will try to do better than the 2022 finale: If it succeeds, it will make those who bet on him listed in the 17 happy. What about Italy? Big surprise: blue “favorite” Camila Giorgi, 151 years old.

Wimbledon 2023: Nole and the Grand Slam dream

If only two tennis players managed to reach him in over a century, and the last one was Rod Laver in 1969, it means: Grand Slam is a very difficult thing. Novak Djokovic came very close to 2021, losing to Medvedev in the US Open final after winning the Australian Open, Roland Garros and Wimbledon.

According to some experts, Nole will not be affected by printingand indeed, Eurobet’s shareholders give him a clear favorite for his eighth victory, which is equal to Roger Federer. Djokovic’s odds are 1.65 and the only person who seems to be able to stop it is twenty-year-old Spaniard Carlos Alcaraz, who is number 1 in the world with 3.75.

Russian Daniil Medvedev is considered the third power of the tournament, but with a score of 16, it shows how far the top two are ahead of the others. Then there is Jannik Sinner, 21-year-old fourth favorite although there are some doubts about his true athletic condition. At 31 we find Fritz, Zverev and Rune. At age 41, there was 2022 finalist Nick Kyrgios, but the Australian announced he was withdrawing a few hours after the start due to an injury that was not yet healed.

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