Sabalenka Is the Betting Favorite Heading Into Wimbledon

The 2024 Wimbledon Women's Odds Have The Top Four Seeds Leading the Way

Can Former World No. 1s Osaka, Kerber, and Wozniacki Make Runs At Wimbledon?

Iga Swiatek went into the most recent Grand Slam tournament as the clear favorite. However, unlike the French Open, the 2024 Wimbledon women’s odds are a little more wide open.

Aryna Sabalenka is the current betting favorite at +275 followed by Swiatek at +350. Elena Rybakina, the 2022 Wimbledon champion, is listed at +450 in the Wimbledon outrights while Coco Gauff is priced at +600 to become the first American to win the Wimbledon Ladies Singles title since Serena Williams in 2016. Two-time champion

Petra Kvitova is not entered in the tournament due to a recent pregnancy while defending champion Marketa Vondrousova is at +1400 in the tennis odds.

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If the seeds hold true, it would be Swiatek and Rybankina in one semifinal with Sabalenka meeting Gauff in the other.

The biggest move in the recent women’s tennis rankings came when Anna Kalinskaya went from 24th to 17th after reaching the final at the grass-court event in Berlin.

The tournament begins on Monday at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club. Some of the top first-round matches on the Wimbledon schedule include Paula Badosa meeting Karolina Muchova, Sara Errani facing Linda Noskova, and Sloane Stephens squaring off with Victoria Azarenka.

Interesting Draw Awaits No. 1 Swiatek

There is no easing into this year’s Wimbledon for Iga Swiatek. Her opening match is against American Sofia Kenin, a former Australian Open champion.

Former World No. 1 Angelique Kerber, who is six years removed from winning her lone Wimbledon singles title, is a possible third-round foe for Swiatek.

There might be just a few interested tennis fans if Swiatek meets Vondrousova in the quarterfinals.

When looking at the 2024 Wimbledon women’s odds, Barbora Krejcikova (+6600 to win Wimbledon), Jelena Ostapenko (+3300), and Beatriz Haddad Maia (+10000) join Americans Danielle Collins (+4000), Lauren Davis, and Bernarda Pera is a stacked draw.

Second-Seeded Gauff Joined By Other American Hopefuls

Coco Gauff is one of six Americans in her quarter of the draw.

Madison Keys, who is at +2500 in the 2024 Wimbledon women’s odds, and Emma Navarro join Gauff as seeded Americans in this quarter.

Unseeded Sloane Stephens is a former US Open champion but it has been 11 years since her lone quarterfinal appearance at Wimbledon. Drawing Victoria Azarenka in the first round could result in an intriguing early match.

After seeing her first-round slugfest with Swiatek at the French Open, no title contender wants to see former World No. 1 Naomi Osaka in their draw.

Osaka could get Navarro in the second round. She hasn’t played in Wimbledon since 2019 but as a four-time Grand Slam singles champion, she could always make a run. She has +1200 odds to win her first Wimbledon title.

Jasmine Paolini, fresh off a trip to the French Open final, is priced at +10000 to break through at Wimbledon. She could draw British wild card Heather Watson in the second round.

Rybakina Eyes Another Wimbledon Crown

Swiatek is not the only top contender who might see a former World No. 1 ranked player on a comeback trail as Caroline Wozniacki received a wild card into the main draw as she will play in the tournament for the first time since 2019.

Wozniacki might need to eliminate No. 30 seed Leylah Fernandez before a possible showdown with Rybakina in the third round.

Despite an injury-plagued year to date, American Jessica Pegula is the No. 5 seed. Pegula is priced at +2000 in the 2024 Wimbledon women’s outright odds. Pegula does have a recent win over Coco Gauff in Berlin before topping Anna Kalinskaya, who is also in this quarter of the draw, in a three-set final.

Ons Jabeur, who has reached the last two Wimbledon finals, is flying a bit under the radar despite +1600 odds to finally break through at Wimbledon according to the 2024 Wimbledon women’s odds. Don’t overlook British hopefuls Katie Boulter or Harriet Dart. Two-time Wimbledon semifinalists Elina Svitolina is another player to keep an eye on in this quarter.

Sabalenka Loves Being The Front-Runner

Sabalenka is just fine being the player to beat heading into Wimbledon.

Before falling in the French Open quarterfinals, Sabalenka advanced to at least the semifinals in her last five Grand Slam tournaments.

She has been knocking on the door at Wimbledon with runs to the semifinals in 2021 and 2022.

Unranked players Donna Vekic and Lesia Tsurenko could be dangerous floaters in this portion of the draw.

Dayana Yastremska hasn’t won a match since reaching the third round at the French Open. Her run to the Australian Open semifinals makes her a player to keep an eye on as she could be the first seeded player that Sabalenka faces.

The biggest threat might be talented teenager Mirra Andreeva. Andreeva might run into Paula Badosa and Daria Kasatkina before a potential showdown with Qinwen Zheng.

No. 9 seed Maria Sakkari hasn’t made it past the second round in her last five Grand Slams. Along with Andreeva, she is priced at +6600 to win Wimbledon.

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