(Updated July 5)
Novak Djokovic and Iga Swiatek's odds to win the men's and women's titles continue to strengthen as both breezed through their first round matches.
In the men's draw, the very late withdrawal of the mercurial Australian Nick Kyrgios did see some redistribution among the Wimbledon favorites. Carlos Alcaraz firmed up as he progressed smoothly through his opener. Outside chance Alexander Bublick's odds shortened significantly as he carried over his recent tournament triumph at Halle into an opening round win.
Coco Gauff provided the surprise in the women's draw with an unexpected loss to Sofia Kenin, whose title odds have now shortened considerably. Reigning champion Elena Rybakina survived a scare in her opening match.
The tournament favorites remain unchanged. Djokovic, who won Wimbledon last year, is seeking an eighth All-England title to equal the great Roger Federer. Swiatek is seeking her first women's title. Both nabbed Grand Slam titles in France last month.
Here are the current favorites - and a couple of wild cards to keep an eye on:
Wimbledon Men’s Singles Odds
Novak Djokovic (1.48/-208)
Djokovic marched through his opening round match against Argentine Pedro Cachin in straight sets to set up a second-round meeting with Australia's Jordan Thompson.
His line for the All England men's title has firmed from 1.67 (-149) a week ago.
The Serbian superstar secured the Australian and French majors earlier this year and is surpassed only by Federer at Wimbledon. Djokovic now holds the men’s Grand Slam record, with 23 titles.
The 36-year-old reclaimed his world No. 1 title from Alcaraz with his French Open victory, but lost it again to the young Spaniard last week.
Carlos Alcaraz (3.61/+261)
The 20-year-old Spaniard opened his account at Wimbledon on Tuesday with a comfortable win over Frenchman Jeremy Chardy.
Alcaraz reclaimed the world No. 1 ranking after winning the Cinch Championships at the Queen’s Club. That victory saw him attract the most new bets from Cloudbet players last week on the men's singles title.
Since the weekend, new bets are split between Alcaraz and Djokovic, with the two accounting for almost half of all fresh wagers.
Alcaraz is now looking to improve on his fourth-round Wimbledon appearance last year - and his loss to Djokovic in the French Open semi-finals.
Jannik Sinner (16.2/+1520)
The 20-year-old Italian put to rest any concerns over his health with a crushing win over Argentine Juan Manuel Cerundolo in their Wimbledon opener.
Concerns had surfaced over Sinner last week after he retired hurt from his Halle quarter final against eventual winner Alexander Bublik, pushing his Wimbledon odds out to 17 (+1600).
Sinner was quick to reassure his fans on Twitter afterward that the move was precautionary as he pledged to be "fit and ready for Wimbledon."
His opening win certainly demonstrated as much - and validated any bettors who took up on our suggestion last week that his odds offered value. Sinner's best result at Wimbledon was a quarter-final appearance last year - against eventual champion Djokovic.
Daniil Medvedev (17.8/+1680)
The current world No. 3 plays his first Wimbledon match on Wednesday against wild card Arthur Fery. An easy win will go some way to reviving Medvedev's Wimbledon title odds, which took a hit after his loss to 23rd-ranked Roberto Bautista Agut in the quarterfinal of the Halle tournament.
With Sinner's Wimbledon odds improving, Medvedev is now the fourth favorite for the men's title. After the Halle result, some Cloudbet bettors had been seeing value in the former world No. 1: The 27-year-old accounted for a fifth of the new bets placed on the men’s singles title last week.
Medvedev didn’t play in Wimbledon last year owing to the ATP and WTA's ban on Russian players. He made the fourth round in 2021.
Wildcard: Alexander Bublik (51.4/+5040)
The 26-year-old Russian continued his recent run of good form, beating Mackie McDonald to advance to the second round at Wimbledon. His title odds shortened significantly as a result, from last week's 74.8 (+7380).
Bublik popped up on the contenders list recently after winning Halle, where he beat Andrey Rublev and Alexander Zverev. He has also now overcome the Halle curse: Prior to his first-round win, every Halle title holder since 2011 (except the legendary Roger Federer) had lost their opening round at Wimbledon.
Wimbledon Women’s Singles Odds
Iga Swiatek (2.85/+185)
The world No. 1 gave the tennis world a bit of a scare after pulling out of the Bad Homburg semifinals with food poisoning.
The Polish national seems to have recovered from that episode, opening her Wimbledon campaign with an easy victory over China's Zhu Lin. Swiatek's title odds continue to firm: They stood at 4.67 (+367) a week ago.
The 22-year-old’s rise in world tennis has built some stunning momentum especially in the past 18 months, during which she’s captured three Grand Slams.
Although she won the junior Wimbledon title in 2018, Swiatek has yet to win the senior title. Her best showing was to make the tournament's fourth round two years ago.
Elena Rybakina (4.7/370)
Rybakina is hoping to repeat last year's Wimbledon success, when she bested Ons Jabeur to win her first Grand Slam title.
The Kazakh national got off to a shaky start this year, dropping a set before regaining her composure to finish off Shelby Rogers in their tournament opener.
Rybakina had been struggling with the after-effects of a virus that forced her out of the French Open, dogged her in Berlin where she fell in the second round. She pulled out of Eastbourne as a precaution.
Her Wimbledon line has firmed from 5.04 (+404) a week ago.
Aryna Sabalenka (5/+400)
The world No. 2 kicked off her Wimbledon with a confident and entertaining first-round win over Hungary's Panna Udvardy.
Delighting the crowd with her power and a between-the-legs shot, the Belarusian looked at ease as she moved to the second round.
The match restored some luster to her Wimbledon title odds, which had widened slightly last week after she fell in the second round of the Berlin Open to Veronika Kudermetova.
Sabalenka's best Wimbledon performance: The semi-final round in 2021. She missed last year owing to the ban on Russian and Belarusian players.
Ons Jabeur (12.6/+1160)
Last year's losing Wimbledon finalist began her 2023 campaign on Tuesday with an easy straight sets victory over Poland's Magda Frech.
Jabeur's preparations were less than ideal: A quarter-final loss at the French Open, and early exits in Berlin and Eastbourne have conspired to widen her All-England title odds.
The Tunisian's Wimbledon finals appearance last year made her the first African woman - and the first Arab or North African player - in the Open era to make a Grand Slam singles final.
Petra Kvitova (14.1/+1310)
The world No. 9 vaulted herself into Wimbledon contention after she captured the Berlin Open title without dropping a set. The victory, her second tournament win of the year, saw Kvitova's All England title line narrow dramatically from 21.3 (+2030) two weeks ago.
The 33-year-old has proven that she can win on the grass court’s biggest stage, having captured the Wimbledon championship in 2011 and 2014.
Sofia Kenin (23.3/+2230)
The world No. 128 presented the tennis world with Wimbledon 2023's first major upset by beating Coco Gauff in their tournament opener. Kenin used a series of drop shots, difficult angles and aggressive hitting to knock her seventh-ranked opponent out, reminding the world of the talent that helped her capture the 2020 Australian Open crown.
Kenin's Wimbledon title odds shortened considerably as a result: They were at 83.17 (+8217) just a week ago.
Karolina Muchova (23.3/+2230)
The Czech national’s Wimbledon title odds got a massive boost thanks to her surprise French Open finals appearance - where she lost to Swiatek. Still, her WTA ranking climbed to 16 from 43. Her chances of lifting the Wimbledon trophy rose as high as 7% from 1.8% prior to her giant-killing run at Roland Garros. Muchova has a game that's well suited to grass, which has helped her reach the All-England quarter finals twice in her career.
Veronika Kudermetova (34.2/+3320)
The 26-year-old Russian seems to have benefited from her toppling of the more fancied Aryna Sabalenka at the Berlin Open recently. Kudermetova’s Wimbledon title odds have narrowed significantly and last week she accounted for 29% of new bets placed by Cloudbet players on the women’s Wimbledon title.