Today's Wimbledon Predictions, Tips, Odds & Accumulators
- Written by David Bet
The Wimbledon 2022 Men's and Women's tournaments are underway and we have selected the best predictions for today's matches. Find here our Wimbledon singles and accumulator tips, best odds, free bets and exclusive bookie promotions.
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Looking for the best recommended bets on the Wimbledon matches (Men's & Women's singles)?
Below, you can find our betting tips on today's Men's Singles and Women's single matches grouped by recommended bets, possible surprises and accumulator tips.
Today's Wimbledon Men's Tips
Recommended tips are selected by our tennis betting experts. They are considered the most probably outcome of a match and tipically have convenient odds. We suggest to bet on singles or combine some of them in an accumulator. You can find our Wimbledon accumulator tips below.
Possible surprises tipically are value bets - outcomes with good chances compared to offered odds. We suggest to bet low stakes on singles.
Wimbledon Women's Predictions Today
Recommended tips are the best 'bankers' selected by our tennis betting experts. You should bet on singles or combine some of them in an accumulator of 3-5 legs. You can find our Wimbledon accumulator tips below..
Looking for an upset, long shots or 'dark horses? Our team has selected today's possible surprises. Bet on them on singles or avoid to put your money on the favourite.
TODAY'S WIMBLEDON ACCUMULATOR TIPS
An accumulator (also called acca) is a bet formed by a combination of single bets. The possible income is given by multiplying all the odds with the amount staked.
Men's Accumulator Tips
Women's Accumulator Tips
Last update: 3rd July 2022
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Wimbledon 2022: ALL THE INFO
The Wimbledon is the third major tournament of the year - the other three being the Australian Open, French Open and the US Open. The world's best tennis players lock horns in London SW19 on the grass.
Two years ago Wimbledon was cancelled because of the COVID-19 pandemic. This year's tournament is set to start on June 27 with 100% capacity.
For those wondering, it will run until Sunday 10th July 2022.
Normally you can enter a ticket ballot for Wimbledon; however, there was no Wimbledon ticket ballot for 2022. This was due to the Pandemic. People who were successful in the 2020 ballot have been offered the same day and court for this year’s event.
Due to the ongoin war in Ukraine, all players from Russia and Belarus have been banned from participating in the Tournament, including ATP no.1 Daniil Medvedev while the highest-ranked player in the women’s game forced out is No. 6 Aryna Sabalenka.
Fearing possible reprisals for those players and their families, Wimbledon said it had no alternative but to go ahead with the ban.
The men’s and women’s tours – the ATP and WTA – reacted by removing ranking points from the tournament and all the preceding grasscourt events in the UK.
Novak Djokovic will attempt to defend his men’s singles title while there will be a new champion in the women’s singles after 2021 winner Ashleigh Barty retired from the sport earlier this year.
2022 Wimbledon Men's Contenders
The big favourite for the men’s singles is Novak Djokovic. The Serb has won the last three Wimbledon titles (and five of the last six editions since 2014).
Matteo Berrettini has recently returned from an injury and he looks 100% fit and ready. The Italian followed his impressive win in Stuttgart by landing the traditional Wimbledon pre-cursor at Queens, losing just a single set across five matches.
Despite being price at over 50/1, Andy Murray remains a popular choice across tennis punters.
The 35-year-old Scotsman showed more than glimpses of his best tennis in reaching the final in Stuttgart just over a week ago.
The likes of Hubert Hurkacz, Rafael Nadal, Carlos Alcaraz and Felix Auger Aliassime occupy 3rd-7th positions in the betting while Marin Cilic, Stefanos Tsitsipas, Nick Kyrgios and Denis Shapovalov are potential dark horses.
2022 Wimbledon Women's Contenders
Iga Swiatek is the current superstar in women's tennis. She is enjoying a 35-match unbeaten streak, dating back to mid-February. The 21-year-old won her second French Open last month, dropping just a single set in the whole tournament.
A serious contender in the women’s singles is Ons Jabeur. She is somewhat surprisingly the 16/1 fourth favourite despite making the final at both the Madrid Open and the Italian Open, and winning in Berlin few days ago.
Cori Gauff is second favourite, while Petra Kvitova, Simona Halep, Maria Sakkari, Belinda Bencic, Bianca Andreescu, Paula Badosa, Barbora Krejcikova, Amanda Anisimova, Angelique Kerber, Garbine Muguruza and Karolina Pliskova also are promintent in the betting.
Emma Raducanu was beaten in the second round in the French Open in May but remains a prominent contender along with Serena Williams for SW19 glory.
Tournament scheduleWimbledon has released the following provisional schedule for this year’s Championships:
June 27: Gentlemen’s and Ladies’ Singles First Round
June 28: Gentlemen’s and Ladies’ Singles First Round
June 29: Gentlemen’s and Ladies’ Singles Second Round, Gentlemen’s & Ladies’ Doubles First Round
June 30: Gentlemen’s and Ladies’ Singles Second Round, Gentlemen’s & Ladies’ Doubles First Round
July 1: Gentlemen’s and Ladies’ Singles Third Round, Gentlemen’s & Ladies’ Doubles Second Round, Mixed Doubles First Round
July 2: Gentlemen’s and Ladies’ Singles Third Round, Gentlemen’s & Ladies’ Doubles Second Round, Mixed Doubles First Round, Boys’ and Girls’ Singles First Round
July 3: Gentlemen’s and Ladies’ Singles Fourth Round, Gentlemen’s & Ladies’ Doubles Round of 16, Mixed Doubles Round of 16, Boys’ and Girls’ Singles First Round
July 4: Gentlemen’s and Ladies’ Singles Fourth Round, Gentlemen’s & Ladies’ Doubles Round of 16, Mixed Doubles Quarter-finals, Girls’ Singles Second Round, Boys’ Doubles First Round
July 5: Gentlemen’s and Ladies’ Singles Quarter-Finals, Gentlemen’s & Ladies’ Doubles Quarter-finals, Mixed Doubles Semi-finals, Boys’ Singles Second Round, Girls’ Doubles First Round, Invitation Doubles (Ladies’ Doubles, Gentlemen’s Doubles, Mixed Doubles)
July 6: Gentlemen’s and Ladies’ Singles Quarter-Finals, Gentlemen’s & Ladies’ Doubles Quarter-finals, Boys’ & Girls’ Singles Round of 16, Boys’ & Girls’ Doubles Round of 16, Invitation Doubles (Ladies’ Doubles, Gentlemen’s Doubles, Mixed Doubles)
July 7: Ladies’ Singles Semi-Finals / Mixed Doubles Final, Gentlemen’s Doubles Semi-finals, Mixed Doubles Final, Gentlemen’s, Ladies’ and Quad Wheelchair Singles Quarter-finals, Boys’ & Girls’ Singles Quarter-finals, Boys’ & Girls’ Doubles Quarter-finals, Boys’ and Girls’ 14&U Singles, Invitation Doubles (Ladies’ Doubles, Gentlemen’s Doubles, Mixed Doubles)
July 8: Gentlemen’s Singles Semi-Finals, Ladies’ Doubles Semi-finals, Gentlemen’s & Ladies’ Wheelchair Singles Semi-finals, Gentlemen’s, Ladies’ & Quad Wheelchair Doubles Semi-finals, Boys’ & Girls’ Singles Semi-finals, Boys’ & Girls’ Doubles Semi-finals, Boys’ and Girls’ 14&U Singles, Invitation Doubles (Ladies’ Doubles, Gentlemen’s Doubles, Mixed Doubles)
July 9: Ladies’ Singles Final, Gentlemen’s Doubles Final, Ladies’ Wheelchair Singles Final, Gentlemen’s Wheelchair Doubles Final, Quad Wheelchair Singles Semi-finals, Girls’ Singles Final, Girls’ Doubles Final, Boys’ Doubles Final, Boys’ and Girls’ 14&U Singles, Invitation Doubles (Ladies’ Doubles, Gentlemen’s Doubles, Mixed Doubles)
July 10: Gentlemen’s Singles Final, Ladies’ Doubles Final, Boys’ Singles Final, Gentlemen’s & Quad Wheelchair Singles Final, Ladies’ & Quad Wheelchair Doubles Final, Boys’ & Girls’ 14&U Singles Finals, Invitation Doubles (Ladies’ Doubles, Gentlemen’s Doubles, Mixed Doubles)
How can I watch the Wimbledon 2022 in the UK?
The BBC has the rights to air coverage of Wimbledon 2022 – it's free to UK viewers with a TV licence.
UK-based viewers can stream every match live on BBC iPlayer for free.
The BBC's world-beating coverage begins at 11am BST on Monday, 27th June. Sue Barker presents lives from the All England Tennis Club. She will be joined by Grand Slam winners John McEnroe, Boris Becker, Billie Jean King, Tracy Austin, Martina Navratilova and Wimbledon favourite Tim Henman.
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Will Andy Murray play at the Wimbledon this year?
Andy Murray, is set to make an emotional return at Wimbledon (probably his last one), scene of his 2013 and 2016 triumphs, this year.
Murray will begin his campaign, meanwhile, against Australian James Duckworth in the first round on Monday.
The Brit has vowed to donate any prize money he earns from this year’s Wimbledon to the victims of the Ukraine war.
Who are the top British players at the 2022 Wimbledon?
Could this be Emma Raducanu’s moment, after her fairytale US Open victory last year? Who are the other Brits to watch out for?
To be realistic we aren’t expecting any of the British competitors at Wimbledon to go and win outright.
35-year-old Andy Murray will again spearhead the British challenge at SW19 but will be up against a high-class field as he attempts to secure what would be an unlikely third Wimbledon title.
Aside from Andy Murray, Britain is likely to have at least three seeds at Wimbledon: Cameron Norrie, Daniel Evans and Emma Raducanu.
Emma Raducanu made tennis history by winning her first Grand Slam title at the 2021 US Open. At Wimbledon, she made an unexpected run all the way to the fourth round last year. However, the 19-year-old has struggled with injury in 2022 and only made it as far as the second round at both the Australian and French Opens.
Cameron Norrie’s has surged up the world rankings, entering the top 10 for the first time in his career earlier this year. The British no.1 won his first Masters 1000 event at Indian Wells last year and backed it up by making his ATP Finals debut. After suffering a disappointing firt-round exit at the 2022 Australian Open, he has recently won titles at Delray Beach and Lyon Open.
Dan Evans equalled his best-ever performance at Wimbledon in 2021 by making the third round. He followed this up by making the fourth round of the US Open and achieved a career-high ranking of 22. Evans has recently won the Nottingham Open for the second time in three years.
A number of wildcards have been handed to British players, The Telegraph reported. Liam Broady, Jay Clarke, Alastair Gray, Paul Jubb and Ryan Peniston will be in the men’s singles, while Katie Coulter, Jodie Burrage, Sonay Kartal, Yuriko Miyazaki and Katie Swan will be in the women’s singles.
The Brits in round one
- Cameron Norrie (9) vs Pablo Andujar
- Dan Evans (28) vs Jason Kubler (Q)
- Andy Murray vs James Duckworth
- Jack Draper vs Zizou Bergs (WC)
- Liam Broady (WC) vs Lukas Klein (Q)
- Jay Clarke (WC) vs Christian Harrison (Q)
- Ryan Peniston (WC) vs Henri Laaksonen
- Paul Jubb (WC) vs Nick Kyrgios
- Alastair Gray (WC) vs Tseng Chun-hsin
- Emma Raducanu (10) vs Alison van Uytvanck
- Heather Watson vs Tamara Korpatsch
- Harriet Dart vs Rebeka Masarova
- Jodie Burrage (WC) vs Lesia Tsurenko
- Sonay Kartal (WC) vs Danka Kovinic
- Katie Swan (WC) vs Marta Kostyuk
- Lily Miyazaki (WC) vs Carolina Garcia
- Katie Boulter (WC) vs Clara Burel
What is the 2022 Wimbledon Prize Money?
The 2022 Wimbledon prize money is approximately £40.35 million, an increase of 15 percent on the 2021 tournament and more than six percent on the previous record, in 2019.
The winners of the singles competitions will earn £2 million ($2.5 million) — a hefty increase on the £1.7m ($2.1m) collected by Novak Djokovic and Ash Barty last year.
The runner up will bag themselves just over half that amount with £1,050,000
Prize money is equal for men and women. The doubles champions share £540,000 ($662,000).
What surface is the 2022 Wimbledon played on?
The 2022 Wimbledon is being played on outdoor grass courts.
Recent Wimbledon Men’s Singles Champions
Roger Federer has won eight Wimbledon titles, including five straight from 2003-2007. That’s the most, ahead of William Renshaw and Pete Sampras with seven, and Djokovic with six.
Recent Wimbledon Women’s Singles Champions