Wimbledon Men’s Singles Odds & Picks to Win Each Quarter

Wimbledon Men's Singles Odds & Picks to Win Each Quarter

Novak Djokovic kissing Wimbledon trophy

Jul 11, 2021; London, United Kingdom; Novak Djokovic (SRB) kisses the trophy after beating Matteo Berrettini (ITA) in the men’s final on Centre Court at All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club. Mandatory Credit: Peter van den Berg-USA TODAY Sports

The Men’s Singles draw at Wimbledon begins on Monday, June 27th at the All-England Club
Three-time defending champ Novak Djokovic is the biggest favorite to get through his Quarter of the draw and reach the semifinals
See below for odds to win all four Quarters, plus analysis and bets to target

The Men’s Singles draw at Wimbledon is set to begin in less than 24 hours. This year’s field, however, is minus two very important names.

Eight-time champ Roger Federer will miss tennis’ most prestigious event while he recovers from knee surgery. World number one Daniil Medvedev meanwhile, has been banned from playing along with all the other Russian and Belarusian players due to the invasion of Ukraine.

Their absences have caused oddsmakers to be extremely bullish on three-time defending champ Novak Djokovic not only in the outright Wimbledon market, but in the Quarters futures as well.

Wimbledon Men’s 1st Quarter Odds

Player
Odds
Novak Djokovic
-360
Carlos Alcaraz
+400
Andy Murray
+1100
Tim Van Rijthoven
+2500
Jannik Sinner
+2800
Reilly Opelka
+3500
Nikoloz Basilashvili
+3500
Oscar Otte
+3500
Thanasi Kokkinakis
+4000
Miomir Kecmanovic
+4000

All odds as of June 25th at DraftKings Sportsbook.

Djokovic is the overwhelming -120 favorite to claim victory in the Wimbledon odds, and by far the biggest favorite to win his quarter of the draw and advance to the semis.

The above odds and more can be found by using the best tennis betting apps.

 

 

Great to be back on grass 🌱 I always look forward to playing my childhood dream tournament 😄 #Wimbledon

Лепо је поново играти на трави. Радујем се новом изазову на турниру који је одувек био мој дечачки сан 🙌 pic.twitter.com/X4fZNLejqm

— Novak Djokovic (@DjokerNole) June 22, 2022

The Serian boasts -360 odds to reach the final four, with the stiffest test on his side of the draw expected to come from Carlos Alcaraz. The rising Spanish star has been one of the top players on the ATP Tour this season, but he’s unproven on grass.

Djokovoic on the other hand, has won the Wimbledon crown six times and hasn’t lost at the All-England Club since 2017. No need to get cute in this quarter of the draw, lean with the man searching for his seventh career Wimbledon title.

Pick: Novak Djokovic (-360)

Wimbledon Men’s 2nd Quarter Odds

Player
Odds
Hubert Hurkacz
+150
Cameron Norrie
+800
Casper Rudd
+800
Grigor Dimitrov
+900
Frances Tiafoe
+1100
David Goffin
+1400
Pablo Carreno Busta
+1400
Tommy Paul
+1600
Alexander Bublik
+2000
Ugo Humbert
+2000

Sticking with the chalk, the second Quarter is not the bracket to get cute in either. Hubert Hurkacz enters the biggest tennis betting event of the year in fantastic form, having just dominated at the Halle Open.

He cruised past Medvedev in the final, after beating Felix-Auger-Aliassime and Nick Kyrgios in the quarters and semis. Speaking of semis, he reached the final four at Wimbledon last year before losing to Matteo Berrettini.

I ❤ your grass 🍀@ATPHalle pic.twitter.com/7KP3TyaxHF

— Hubert Hurkacz (@HubertHurkacz) June 19, 2022

In addition to his stellar recent form, Hurkacz has the luxury of headlining the weakest Quarter. The trio of Cameron Norrie, Casper Rudd and Grigor Dimitrov are expected to be his top competition, but none of the three have made it past the third round at the All-England Club since 2017. Rudd in particular has struggled at Wimbledon, losing in both of his first-round appearances in the main draw.

Pick: Hubert Hurkacz (+150)

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Wimbledon Men’s 3rd Quarter Odds

Player
Odds
Matteo Berrettini
-110
Stefanos Tsitsipas
+500
Nick Kyrgios
+500
Denis Shapovalov
+1200
Alex De Minaur
+1200
Roberto Bautista Agut
+1600
Brandon Nakashima
+2200
Filip Krajinovic
+2500
Jack Draper
+2800
Benjamin Bonzi
+2800

The third Quarter at Wimbledon might as well be labelled the group of death. Berrettini is a deserving favorite after claiming back-to-back titles on grass in Stuttgart and the Queen’s Club. He’s won 20 of his past 21 matches on grass, and was runner-up to Djokovic at this tournament last year.

🏆 @theweissenhof
🏆 @QueensTennis

Matteo Berrettini makes it back-to-back titles on the grass 👏 pic.twitter.com/7xlWO8CSa4

— Wimbledon (@Wimbledon) June 19, 2022

However, don’t sleep on Nick Kyrgios. The controversial Aussie has let his racquet to the majority of his talking lately, as he’s reached three consecutive semifinals. Last time we saw him, he lost a heartbreaking match to Hurkacz at the Halle Open, dropping the final two sets in a tiebreak.

‘I think on grass I’d be Top 5, Top 10 in the world’@NickKyrgios @ATPHalle pic.twitter.com/aTcQmKUHBg

— Tennis TV (@TennisTV) June 14, 2022

He didn’t lose a game on his serve in that match, and is 3-0 versus fourth seed Stefanos Tsitsipas, his likely fourth round opponent. Kyrgios has the type of game to give top players fits, including Berrettini.

Pick: Nick Kyrgios (+500)

Wimbledon Men’s 4th Quarter Odds

Player
Odds
Rafael Nadal
+120
Felix Auger-Aliassime
+300
Marin Cilic
+450
Taylor Fritz
+1100
Daniel Evans
+1500
Maxime Cressy
+1700
Botic Van De Zandschulp
+1800
Holger Vitus Nodskov Rune
+2800
Lorenzo Sonego
+3500
Sam Querrey
+4000

The fourth Quarter is where you’ll find 22-time Grand Slam champion Rafael Nadal. He’s won each of the season’s first two Majors, but no matter which of the best tennis betting apps you peruse, he’s still considered a long shot to win his third Wimbledon crown.

That’s because he’s nursing a foot injury and he’s set to face some pretty stiff competition. His Quarter is deep with talent, headlined by Auger-Aliassime. The Canadian has made the quarterfinals in three of his past four Slams, including at the All-England Club last year.

🇨🇦 Felix Auger-Aliassime def. Rafael Nadal in exhibition at Hurlingham Club in London #Wimbledon #ATP
📷 @TennisONEApp pic.twitter.com/AgWbOcz5ud

— John Horn (@SportsHorn) June 24, 2022

He did fall to Nadal in the fourth round at Roland Garros last month, but he took the King of Clay to a deciding fifth set. Auger-Aliassime’s game is best suited for grass, and he’s a strong value to upset Nadal should they meet again.

Pick: Felix Auger-Aliassime (+300)

 

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