On June 27, the most prestigious tennis tournament in the world will commence at the All England Club in Wimbledon, London. Novak Djokovic will enter the field as the three-time defending champion, but 2022 has brought the ATP a surge of young talent and parity. Here, we’ll take a look at the 2022 Wimbledon odds to provide you with the information you need to bet on the event.


Wimbledon Betting Odds 2022

Novak Djokovic’s dominance over the last decade, particularly at Wimbledon, has earned him the title of odds-on favorite this year. 

Below is a comprehensive list of the 2022 Wimbledon favorites (per FanDuel Sportsbook), their odds to win, and their implied win probability. Odds vary by sportsbook, so be sure to check out our prop shop to get the best odds for your bets.

PlayerWimbledon OddsImplied Win Probability
Novak Djokovic-13057%
Matteo Berrettini+60014%
Rafael Nadal+75012%
Hubert Hurkacz+14007%
Carlos Alcaraz+15006%
Felix Auger Aliassime+18005%
Stefanos Tsitsipas+26004%
Nick Kyrgios+30003%
Marin Cilic+30003%
Andy Murray+70001%
Denis Shapovalov+120001%
Grigor Dimitrov+120001%
Taylor Fritz+120001%
Jannik Sinner+130001%
Casper Ruud+130001%
Roberto Bautista Agut+180001%
Alex De Minaur+180001%
Cameron Norrie+180001%
Maxime Cressy+180001%
Reilly Opelka+25000<1%
John Isner+25000<1%
Gael Monfils+25000<1%
Stan Wawrinka+25000<1%
Ugo Humbert+25000<1%

Who are the Favorites at Wimbledon?

Novak Djokovic (-130)

Novak Djokovic 2022 Wimbledon Odds

Djokovic will take the court as the three-time defending champion. FanDuel’s odds imply that Djokovic has a 57% chance to become the fourth player in the Open Era to win four consecutive Wimbledon titles.

Matteo Berrettini (+600)

Last year’s runner-up enters Wimbledon having won two consecutive grass tournaments at Stuttgart and London. With a 9-0 record on grass this year, Berrettini is a serious threat to atone for 2021’s loss to Novak Djokovic.

Rafael Nadal (+750)

Wimbledon hasn’t treated Nadal as kindly as tennis’ other Grand Slam venues, but he does have two titles. Although they were over a decade ago, Nadal is still a legitimate contender in any tournament when healthy.

To see who our experts are betting on, check out the FTNBets Bet Tracker.


Wimbledon Overview

2022 marks the 135th time that the Wimbledon Championships will take place at the All England Club in London. It’s the only Grand Slam tournament played on grass, tennis’ original surface. Additionally, the event is filled with traditions such as an all-white dress code, royal patronage, and, of course, consumption of strawberries and cream.

2022 Wimbledon Top Storylines

Age of Alcaraz

The rising Spanish superstar ranks among the world’s best at just 19 years old and has proven he can hang with the big boys. In the Madrid Open in early May, Alcaraz knocked off fellow countryman Rafael Nadal on clay, took down world number one Novak Djokovic in the semi-finals, and made quick work of second-ranked Alexander Zverev in the championship. 

Are we witnessing the beginning of a new era? A passing of the torch? Some people sure think so.

Djokovic Going for Fourth Consecutive Title

Novak Djokovic is the world No. 1 and the three-time defending champ at Wimbledon, but he hasn’t played up to his own lofty standard so far in 2022. He’ll look to get on track and bolster his legendary body of work with another Grand Slam victory. At this point in his career, Djokovic is playing for the all-time Grand Slam title and sole ownership of the sport’s “G.O.A.T” honor.

Singles Grand Slam Race

While the aforementioned Djokovic has dominated this tournament for the better part of a decade, he actually trails Rafael Nadal in the all-time singles Grand Slam race. Nadal’s 21 victories narrowly top Djokovic’s 20. That could change at the French Open prior to Wimbledon, but these two – and Roger Federer to a lesser extent – will be connected until they retire. 

Russian and Belarusian Ban

In April, Wimbledon made the decision to ban all Russian and Belarusian competitors in response to the ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine. As a result, world No. 1 Daniil Medvedev and eighth-ranked Andrey Rublev are not allowed to compete.

The ATP reacted by stripping the tournament’s ranking points, meaning Wimbledon victories do not count toward a player’s world ranking. Even through very public dissent from the sport’s top players, commentators and fans, Wimbledon has held firm on its ruling. 

When and Where to Watch Wimbledon

When: Monday, June 27 – Sunday, July 10
Where: All England Club, Wimbledon, London
How to Watch: ESPN, ESPN2
Streaming Options: ESPN+, ESPN3


Wimbledon Frequently Asked Questions

Where can I bet on the Wimbledon Championship?

There are plenty of legal sportsbook options in the US. Be sure to check out our list of the top sportsbooks and their welcome offers on FTNBets.com.

Who are the Most Recent Winners at Wimbledon?

2021Novak DjokovicMatteo Berrettini
2019Novak DjokovicRoger Federer
2018Novak DjokovicKevin Anderson
2017Roger FedererMarin Cilic
2016Andy MurrayMilos Raonic
2015Novak DjokovicRoger Federer
2014Novak DjokovicRoger Federer
2013Andy MurrayNovak Djokovic
2012Roger FedererAndy Murray
2011Novak DjokovicRafael Nadal
2010Rafael NadalTomas Berdych
2009Roger FedererAndy Roddick
2008Rafael NadalRoger Federer
2007Roger FedererRafael Nadal
2006Roger FedererRafael Nadal
2005Roger FedererAndy Roddick
2004Roger FedererAndy Roddick
2003Roger FedererMark Philippoussis

Wimbledon was canceled in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The last 18 Wimbledon titles have been won by just four players, all of whom are in the field this year. Below is a look at each player, their 2022 Wimbledon odds, and their total Wimbledon titles.

  • Novak Djokovic (-135) – 6
  • Rafael Nadal (+700) – 2
  • Roger Federer (N/A) – 8
  • Andy Murray (+3900) – 2

Who is the Youngest Player to Win at Wimbledon?

In 1985, Boris Becker became the youngest player to win a Wimbledon title at just 17 years, 7 months old. 

What is the Record for Most Consecutive Wimbledon Titles?

Both Bjorn Borg (1976-1980) and Roger Federer (2003-2007) won five consecutive Wimbledon titles.