Wimbledon took a back seat in 2020, and after much anticipation and a two-year gap, the oldest tennis tournament in the world is back on the calendar. The action starts on June 28, and we look forward to watching and placing bets on the 2021 Wimbledon men’s singles division.
Novak Djokovic enters the stage as one of the favorites after prevailing over Roger Federer in 2019 final. This time around, he eyes his sixth title at the All England Club.
Meanwhile, Rafael Nadal will take part in the tournament this year, while Roger Federer dropped in form as of recent, giving Djokovic and other top contenders a chance at a deep run at the final.
With that, we take a closer look at the 2021 Wimbledon men’s singles sleepers, and favorites, along with their respective Tennis odds. More than that, the NitroBetting news team goes the extra mile to bring important details of the event alongside expert betting predictions. Secure the best picks and enhance your tennis betting experience with us by playing at our online Bitcoin sportsbook.
2021 Wimbledon Women’s Singles Odds & Preview
- When: June 28-July 11, 2021, 10:00 PM ET
- Where: All England Club in London, United Kingdom
- TV: ESPN, BBC TV
- Radio: The Wimbledon Radio Channel
- Live Stream: WatchESPN
2021 Wimbledon Men’s Singles Odds
- Novak Djokovic (-110)
- Stefanos Tsitsipas (+550)
- Daniil Medvedev (+600)
- Roger Federer (+800)
- Alexander Zverev (+1200)
- Matteo Berrettini (+1400)
- Jannik Sinner (+3300)
- Dominic Thiem (+3300)
- Andrey Rublev (+3300)
- Denis Shapovalov(+4000)
- Alex de Minaur (+5000)
- Aslan Karatsev (+5000)
- Ugo Humbert (+6000)
- Félix Auger-Aliassime (+6600)
- Grigor Dimitrov (+6600)
- Karen Khachanov (+6600)
- Roberto Bautista Agut (+8000)
- Gaël Monfils (+8000)
- Daniel Evans (+8000)
- Hubert Hurkacz (+10000)
- John Isner (+10000)
- Cameron Norrie (+10000)
- Taylor Fritz (+10000)
- Casper Ruud (+10000)
- Reilly Opelka (+10000)
- Pablo Carreño Busta (+12500)
- Cristian Garín (+15000)
- Nikoloz Basilashvili (+20000)
- Fabio Fognini (+15000)
Who are the favorites to win the 2021 Wimbledon Men’s Singles Tournament?
The Serbian is the man to beat following his incredible French Open run, which took him a step closer to joining Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer atop the record books. If he takes the Wimbledon title this year, Novak Djokovic, Federer, and Nadal will each have 20 Grand Slam titles under their belts. The 34-year-old is known to be one of the best hard-court players in the world, with 9 Australian Opens and 3 US Championships. But, he also possesses excellent skills on the grass holding onto an 84% win rate on the surface and five Wimbledon crowns to his name.
Williams has a clearer path to another title following the absence of Naomi Osaka. The 39-year-old American improves her chances of winning without the threat of the Japanese player. With seven Wimbledon titles under her belt and after making the final in 2019, she remains a force to be reckoned with. Her last Wimbledon win came in 2016. She remains one of the strongest players on grass and is in top form leading up to the tournament. As of this writing, Williams sports a 12-4 record in 2021.
Who are the sleepers in the 2021 Wimbledon Men’s Singles Tournament?
Auger-Aliassime is one of the top youngsters of the sport as he enters the tournament. The No. 19 ranked player owns a promising 14-5 career record on grass and was able to make his way to the third round of Wimbledon’s 2019 edition. Auger-Aliassime put down respectable stats in Stuttgart after finishing twice as a runner-up while reaching the semi-finals at Queen’s and Halle where he recently beat Roger Federer. Ultimately, the 20-year-old is no slouch on the grass court and can give an experienced player on the list a run for their money.
In 2019, Daniel Evans was the top player in the men’s division, reaching the third round before getting eliminated by Joao Sousa in a lengthy five-set game. The Brit significantly improved since the loss and even enjoyed a victory on the clay against Novak Djokovic at the Monte Carlo Masters. The British tennis player will put his versatility to good use at the grass courts of Wimbledon. Furthermore, the 31-year-old is coming in hot following a good run at Queens beating Alexei Popyrin and Adrian Mannarino before losing to Matteo Berrettini.
Expert’s Prediction for the 2021 Wimbledon Men’s Singles Tournament
There are several big names on Wimbledon’s list and many could be seen as a promising pick in the market. However, Novak Djokovic remains one of the safest outright picks for those who want to stay on the safer side of things. Several players can put pressure on him, such as Medvedev and Federer, but his stats only tell us why he is a strong contender to win the title. Nonetheless, don’t overlook the sleepers we have listed down as these names can shake up the tournament if they get some traction early on. Auger-Aliassime and Evans are two names that can deliver, so always keep your eyes peeled.
*All odds stated are subject to change without prior notice.