Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, and Roger Federer resume their rivalries when the three top men’s tennis players in the world descend upon Wimbledon for the third major tennis match of the year. Check out the 2019 Wimbledon Men’s Singles odds and analysis!
2019 Wimbledon Men’s Single Odds, Preview and Picks
- When: July 1 – July 14
- Where: All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club, London, UK
- TV: ABC / ESPN / ESPN2
- Live Stream: BBC Sport
2019 Wimbledon Men’s Singles Odds
- Novak Djokovic +150
- Roger Federer +330
- Rafael Nadal +550
- Alexander Zverev +1100
- Marin Cilic +1100
- Andy Murray +1400
- Stefanos Tsitsipas +1600
- Milos Raonic +1600
- Nick Kyrgios +2500
- Kevin Anderson +2500
- Felix A-Aliassime +2800
- Dominic Thiem +4000
- Matteo Berrettini +4000
- Grigo Dimitrov +4000
- Karen Khachanov +4000
- Kei Nishikori +4000
- Denis Shapovalov +4000
Which player among Djokovic, Federer, and Nadal has the best shot at Wimbledon glory?
Novak Djokovic is favored for a reason. The 1-ranked men’s tennis player lost to Dominic Thiem in the French Open Semifinals, but the French Open is on clay. Novak has a tighter game on grass. He’s won Wimbledon four times, including in 2018. However, it’s tough to back Djokovic at the odds. Thiem legitimately beat Djokovic at the French Open. Plus, Novak hasn’t won back-to-back since 2014-2015.
Rafael Nadal might offer overlay odds at +550. The King of Clay won’t be on his preferred surface while he hasn’t won Wimbledon since 2010. Rafa could take the championship if things go his way and someone upsets Djokovic and Federer early. However, both Novak and Roger bowing out early probably won’t happen.
Roger Federer is the pick among the favorites. He’s won eight Wimbledon titles. The 37-year-old had a nice tune-up for this when taking the Noventi Open in Germany. Not only that, but Wimbledon seeded Federer second while Nadal will be seeded third. Federer won’t face Djokovic, if he does at all, until the finals. He’s the pick if your looking to back a favorite.
Which +1100 to +2500 tennis player can take the 2019 Wimbledon Championship?
Murray is a past Wimbledon winner, but it doesn’t look like his game has come around. He lost in the first round at the Brisbane International. Then, he lost in Round 1 at the Australian Open. He’s been playing in doubles matches. That won’t help him here.
Zverev’s best finish at Wimbledon was when he made it to the fourth round in 2017. He lost to Djokovic in the quarterfinals at the French Open. Since then, he hasn’t played that well, but he remains the fifth ranked player in the world.
Stefano Tsitsipas looks like the best bet in this odds range. Tsitsipas lost in the fourth round at the French Open. Earlier this year, Rafael Nadal beat him in the semifinals at the Internazionali BNL dItalia while he lost to Novak Djokovic in the finals at the Mutua Madrid Open. Tsitsipas made it to the fourth round at Wimbledon last year. He’s got a decent shot at good odds to win this year.
Who is the best pick among the +2800 to +4000 choices that can win the third tennis major of the year?
Dominic Thiem hasn’t played well at Wimbledon. However, he did lose in the French Open Finals to Nadal and really pushed Djokovic in the finals at the Mutua Madrid Open. At +4000 odds, Thiem could surprise with a deep run in this tournament.
Is there a tennis player at odds of +5000 or higher that can win Wimbledon?
Stan Wawrinka is at +6600. Wawrinka made it to the French Open Quarterfinals where Roger Federer dropped him. Wawrinka doesn’t have a great shot, but we can’t expect much at +6600 odds. He can still show up with a great game once in a while even at the age of 34. So, consider Wawrinka if you really want to back a high-priced underdog.