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What? The 2022 Wimbledon Championships
Where? All England Club, London, UK
When? Monday 22 June – Sunday 10th July
Available Wimbledon Markets Include:
· Outright winner
· Match winner
· Set winner
· Total games
· Game handicap
· Correct score
· Live betting
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2022 Wimbledon Championship: The Build-Up
The build-up to Wimbledon has been somewhat of a controversial one. Organizers have decided that due to the ongoing conflict in Ukraine, players from Russia and Belarus will be barred from entering the tournament. This means men’s world number one Daniil Medvedev won’t be playing, and nor will Aryna Sabalenka, the women’s world number five.
Due to the banning of Russian and Belarussian players, the ATP has stripped the tournament of ranking points, making this year’s tournament more akin to an exhibition. This could particularly affect Novak Djokovic –even if he wins the tournament, usually worth 4,000 points, he could still fall down the world rankings. However, this won’t take away from the prestige of the Wimbledon title.
Players to Watch at Wimbledon 2022
Heading into the men’s tournament, Rafa Nadal is the man in form, having recently won the French Open for the 14 time, and before that, the Australian Open. However, there is some speculation that he’ll miss the tournament due to injury, having had injections to continue playing at Roland Garros. With Medvedev and Zverev out of the picture and Nadal's appearance in question, Novak Djokovic has the chance to redeem himself for a disappointing season so far.
Other contenders for the men’s title include Spanish teenage superstar Carlos Alcaraz, and top players like Stefanos Tsitsipas who can pose a real challenge to any favourite with their serve oriented game.
There are then the underdogs – players you might not consider at first, but might be worth a punt. These include Nick Kyrgios who is an absolute expert on grass and sports a 2:0 record in direct duels against Djokovic and Casper Ruud, beaten in theFrench Open final by Nadal. Keep a close eye on the Queen’s Club Championships, as this tournament will further show which players are looking good on grass before Wimbledon starts.
Switching attention to the women’s tournament, the strong favourite is Poland’s Iga Swiatek. She’s world number one, recently won the French Open, and has won 35 matches in a row. Next in the rankings is Anett Kontaveit of Estonia, and she has just over half the ranking points of Swiatek. This further proves how dominant Swiatek currently is in the women’s game.
Coco Gauff is another strong contender for the title, recently reaching her first Grand Slam final in France, where she lost to Swiatek. Despite her recent struggles, many also fancy Naomi Osaka for a run in the tournament, plus Simona Halep is seen as a potential winner by many.
Elsewhere in the draw, US Open champion Emma Raducanu is racing to be fit for the tournament, after retiring from the Nottingham Open with injury. There’s also much interest in Serena Williams, as the 23-timeGrand Slam winner has been given a wildcard by organizers.
Wimbledon Betting Options
For many, the women’s tournament has just one winner: Iga Swiatek. You’ll be able to bet on her at odds of 2.56 in the sportsbook. The next closest competitor is Naomi Osaka, who has odds of 7.76.
If you’re looking for longer odds, Karolina Pliskovais always a strong choice, and she currently has odds of 17.6. And what aboutSerena Williams? Her odds are 19.1, but it would be foolish to count her out of any tournament she enters.
There’s one man with a strong lead over everyone else in the odds: Novak Djokovic. The Serb has odds of just 1.81, which have been shortened by Medvedev’s exclusion from the tournament, as well as world number three Alexander Zverev being absent due to an ankle injury picked up at the French Open.
Spanish players occupy second and third places in the betting stakes, with Carlos Alcaraz having odds of 6.70 and Rafa Nadal having odds of 7.32. The latter is a hugely attractive price for many, considering Nadal’s pedigree and current form.
Tournament winner (men’s): Novak Djokovic – 1.81
Tournament winner (women’s): Iga Swiatek – 2.56
As you’ll appreciate, odds are constantly being altered to reflect the ever-changing landscape in tennis. If you’re looking to bet on Wimbledon with Bitcoin, check out Cloudbet’s current odds on Wimbledon to see the current prices of your picks.