2017 Wimbledon Odds

2017 Wimbledon Odds

The 2017 Wimbledon Championships will mark the 131st playing of this tournament, starting on July 3rd and ending July 16th. Last year Andy Murray (+320) won on the Men’s side, defeating Milos Raonic in straight sets. Serena Williams (+150) defended her title by beating Angelique Kerber in the final, also in straight sets. Unfortunately Serena (pregnancy) won’t be back for a three-peat, but Murray is one of favorites and should be in the mix despite battling a hip injury. Here’s a look at previous winners with their consensus pre-tournament odds:

YearMen's ChampionWomen's Champion
2016Andy Murray +320Serena Williams +150
2015Novak Djokovic +120Serena Williams +175
2014Novak Djokovic +150Petra Kvitova +1200
2013Andy Murray +350Marion Bartoli +15000
2012Roger Federer +350Serena Williams +325
2011Novak Djokovic +350Petra Kvitova +1000
2010Rafael Nadal +250Serena Williams +175
2009Roger Federer -105Serena Williams +220

And here’s a look at the odds to win 2017 Wimbledon on the Men’s and Women’s side:

Men’s Title Odds

PlayerJune 29 Odds
Roger Federer+235
Andy Murray+450
Rafael Nadal+460
Novak Djokovic+650
Milos Raonic+1600
Marin Cilic+1800
Stanislas Wawrinka+2200
Alexander Zverev+2200
Nick Kyrgios+2500
Grigor Dimitrov+2500
Dominic Thiem+4000
Juan Martin Del Potro+5000
Kei Nishikori+7000
Feliciano Lopez+8000
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga+8000
Tomas Berdych+10000
Lucas Pouille+15000
Kevin Anderson+15000
Sam Querrey+15000
Bernard Tomic+20000
Jack Sock+20000
Gael Monfils+20000
Philipp Kohlschreiber+20000
Roberto Bautista-Agut+20000
John Isner+20000
Ivo Karlovic+20000
Gilles Simon+25000
Richard Gasquet+25000
Karen Khachanov+25000
Viktor Troicki+30000
Kyle Edmund+30000
Hyeon Chung+30000
David Ferrer+30000
Alexandr Dolgopolov+40000
Jeremy Chardy+50000
Benoit Paire+50000
Thanasi Kokkinakis+50000
Tommy Haas+50000
Denis Shapovalov+50000
Ernests Gulbis+50000
Pablo Cuevas+50000
Joao Sousa+100000
James Ward+100000

Murray was listed at +275 just a couple weeks ago but his recent hip injury has caused his odds to move. Roger Federer is the favorite and even Rafa Nadal is now listed ahead of Novak Djokovic. This would have been hard to believe at this time last year.

A couple players I’m intrigued by are Alexander Zverev (+2200) and Marin Cilic (+1800). Zverev has some momentum this season and will be difficult for any player. Cilic has won a Grand Slam title before (2014 US Open) and has played very well in recent Wimbledons. There hasn’t been a big underdog winner at Wimbledon in over eight years but 2017 could be the time for a darkhorse.

Women’s Title Odds

PlayerJune 29 Odds
Petra Kvitova+500
Karolina Pliskova+550
Johanna Konta+1200
Garbine Muguruza+1200
Venus Williams+1400
Jelena Ostapenko .+1400
Angelique Kerber+1600
Victoria Azarenka+1600
Coco Vandeweghe+1800
Simona Halep+2000
Madison Keys+2200
Elina Svitolina+2800
Kristina Mladenovic+3000
Ashleigh Barty+3000
Anett Kontaveit+3000
Caroline Wozniacki+3000
Agnieszka Radwanska+3300
Dominika Cibulkova+5000
Eugenie Bouchard+5000
Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova+6600
Daria Kasatkina+6600
Timea Bacsinszky+6600
Lucie Safarova+6600
Ekaterina Makarova+6600
Svetlana Kuznetsova+6600
Sabine Lisicki+6600
Ana Konjuh+6600
Belinda Bencic+8000
Caroline Garcia+8000
Donna Vekic+8000
Elena Vesnina+8000
Kristyna Pliskova+8000
Sloane Stephens+10000
Barbora Strycova+10000
Kiki Bertens+10000
Laura Siegemund+10000
Mirjana Lucic-Baroni+10000
Monica Puig+10000
Samantha Stosur+12500
Daria Gavrilova+12500
Lauren Davis+12500
Camila Giorgi+15000
Kirsten Flipkens+15000
Carla Suarez Navarro+20000
Roberta Vinci+20000
Naomi Osaka+20000
Yulia Putintseva+20000
Jelena Jankovic+25000
Andrea Petkovic+25000
Irina-Camelia Begu+30000
Sara Errani+50000

On the women’s side, Petra Kvitova is now the +500 favorite but she was available at +900 just a couple weeks back. The absence of players like Serena, and Maria Sharapova, means the field is wide open. There are nearly twice as many players with 50:1 or better odds on the women’s side than on the men’s side. It may be best to wait a couple rounds until making a futures bet.


Dan McGuire

Dan McGuire is the Operations Manager and soccer specialist at Sports Insights. He can be reached at dan.mcguire@sportsinsights.com.

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