The Wimbledon 2021 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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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: 6th July 2021
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Wimbledon 2021: 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.
Last year's Wimbledon was cancelled because of the COVID-19 pandemic. This year's tournament is set to start on June 28 with 50 per cent capacity across the Grounds, building to full capacity crowds of 15,000 on Centre Court for the Finals weekend.
Tickets will be sold online only, in order to avoid queues. All ticket-holders attending The Championships will be required to show proof of COVID status upon entry, either in the form of both vaccinations (first and second dose), and with the second dose 14 days ago; or a negative lateral flow test (for those aged 11 and over).
2021 Wimbledon Men's Contenders
Djokovic is the defending champion on the men's side after beating Roger Federer in a memorable five-set marathon final in 2019.
The Serbian star clinched a second French Open title in Paris just a few weeks ago to move within touching distance on the all-time Grand Slam record of 20 titles, shared by Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal.
Federer's return to the All England Club will attract a lot of attention since he dropped out of the French Open after reaching the fourth round to focus on continued recovery from his knee injuries.
Daniil Medvedev, Stefanos Tsitsipas, Alexander Zverev and Andrey Rublev are Djokovic's closest opponents in the betting, since Rafa Nadal and Dominic Thiem are among the absentees. The Italian Matteo Berrettini showed off his strong serve to win Queen’s and could be the surprise package.
- Novak Djokovic 5/6
- Daniil Medvedev 7/1
- Stefanos Tsitsipas 7/1
- Roger Federer 9/1
- Matteo Berrettini 11/1
2021 Wimbledon Women's Contenders
Simona Halep, the 2019 women's champ, wouldn't be able to defend her title because of a calf injury. With Naomi Osaka also skipping Wimbledon 2021, the likes of Ashleigh Barty and Serena Williams have been installed as Tournament favourites.
The Women’s Singles tournament looks anybody’s for the taking, given only Serena Williams has managed to mount a successful defence of her SW19 title over the last decade.
Beyond Ashleigh Barty and Serena Williams, there's a large group of second-tier contenders all with a realistic chance of making a championship charge, including Petra Kvitova, Aryna Sabalenka, Garbine Muguruza, Coco Gauff, Bianca Andreescu and Iga Swiatek.
- Serena Williams 6/1
- Ashleigh Barty 7/1
- Aryna Sabalenka 10/1
- Petra Kvitova 12/1
- Garbine Muguruza 12/1
- Monday 28 June – Men’s and women’s singles first round
- Tuesday 29 June – Men’s and women’s singles first round
- Wednesday 30 June – Men’s and women’s singles second round
- Thursday 1 July – Men’s and women’s singles second round
- Friday 2 July – Men’s and women’s singles third round
- Saturday 3 July – Men’s and women’s singles third round
- Sunday 4 July – No play scheduled
- Monday 5 July – Men’s and women’s singles fourth round (Manic Monday)
- Tuesday 6 July – Women’s singles quarter-finals
- Wednesday 7 July – Men’s singles quarter-final
- Thursday 8 July – Women’s singles semi-finals, men’s doubles semi-finals
- Friday 9 July – Men’s singles semi-finals, women’s doubles semi-finals, mixed doubles semi-finals
- Saturday 10 July – Women’s singles final, men’s doubles final, women’s doubles final
- Sunday 11 July – Men’s singles final, mixed doubles final
How can I watch the Wimbledon 2021 in the UK?
The BBC has the rights to air coverage of Wimbledon 2021 – 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, 28th 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, who has not competed at the All England Club since 2017, is set to make an emotional return at Wimbledon, scene of his 2013 and 2016 triumphs, this year. The Brit's opening match will be against 24th seed Nikoloz Basilashvili on Centre Court on Monday 28th June 2021. The former World No. 1 could face either Oscar Otte or Arthur Rinderknech in the second round.
Who are the top British players at the 2021 Wimbledon?
To be realistic we aren’t expecting any of the British competitors at Wimbledon to go and win outright. Aside from Andy Murray, Cameron Norrie looks the only British player likely to go deep in the Men's Tournament. He has climbed up the world rankings recently to 34th in the world and reached the final of Queens on his first steps on grass courts this season.
Dan Evans looks has made it to the round of 32 in two of his last three appearances at Wimbledon.
Over in the women’s draw, Johanna Konta will be flying the flag for Britain and recent grass form gives her hope. The 30-year-old recently claimed the title in Nottingham and has made at least the quarter-finals in two of her last three Wimbledon appearances.
What is the 2021 Wimbledon Prize Money?
The 2021 Wimbledon prize money is approximately £35 million.
What surface is the 2021 Wimbledon played on?
The 2021 Wimbledon is being played on outdoor grass courts.