Wimbledon Predictions, Tips, Odds & Accumulators

Wimbledon 2023 Women’s and Men’s tournaments are underway, and we have selected some of the most accurate tips for today’s matches. Check out singles predictions as well as accumulator ones featuring top odds, free bets and exclusive promotions at bookies – we even found tips for both sets! It has become one of the four major events of the season alongside Australian Open, French Open and US Open; so many top tennis players from around the globe converge at London SW19 grass courts! Matchstat.com can help you make predictions for both soccer and tennis games with its teams, players and league statistics – as well as specific head-to-head stats for teams of soccer or tennis players.

Three years ago, Wimbledon was cancelled due to an outbreak of COVID-19, but this year is different as it will start on July 3rd with 100 percent capacity playing through Sunday 16th in 2023. Under normal circumstances, you could submit the ballot and vote for tickets; however due to Pandemic conditions this ballot was unavailable and candidates who won in 2020 elections were given their dates of court for 2023 election ballot submissions on the same day and date as that year’s ballot submission deadlines.

Due to the ongoing conflict in Ukraine, all athletes from Russia and Belarus were barred from participating in this year’s Tournament – including Daniil Medvedev from Russia, and Aryna Sabalenka as her highest ranked female opponent from Belarus. This year, the ban has been lifted and players can now compete with neutral flags. Both the women’s and men’s tours including ATP and WTA responded by deducting rankings points from all grasscourt tournaments in the UK. Novak Djokovic will attempt to defend his men’s singles title. With eight titles won at SW19 so far, Novak has passed Roger Federer in terms of success with this tournament. Elena Rybakina currently reigns supreme as champion for women while 2021 champion Ashleigh Barty decided not to compete.

2023 Wimbledon Men’s Contenders

Novak Djokovic will likely be the favorite for men’s singles event at Wimbledon 2023 with odds at 4/6 being his advantage. Djokovic won four out of the previous five tournaments using that strategy and finished as winner four times with odds below this line. Carlos Alcaraz has already won both the Australian Open and French Open this year, giving him an excellent shot at becoming Rod Laver’s record four-major winner from 1969. Though entering as the #1 seed, Carlos currently ranks 2nd. In 2022, Alcaraz reached only the fourth-round, but is determined to improve on his performance after Djokovic and Alcaraz entered. Since their victories there is an enormous decrease in odds. Jannik Snyder, Daniil Medvedev, Alexander Zverev, Sebastian Korda and Holger Rune all carry odds ranging between 20/1 and 40/1 respectively for winning this year. Murray could reach 50/1 should he return to winning ways this season; should this occur, it could lead to massive profits for betting on him! Finalist Nick Kyrgios could once more emerge as an unlikely dark horse candidate with odds as high as 50/1!

2023 Wimbledon Women’s Contenders

Iga Swiatek, Aryna Sabalenka and Elena Rybakina will continue their battle at Home – The Championships, Wimbledon – Official Site by IBM women’s singles over the next two weeks, with Iga Swiatek as World No.1 considered a 3/1 favorite. At 22-years old, she has already proven her clay court prowess by winning three French Open titles; at Wimbledon her greatest performance thus far was reaching four rounds in 2021 season. Poor results at SW19 tournament and her disappointing grass court play this season has relegated World No.2 Aryna Sabalenka to third favorite at 6/1 odds while winner Elena Rybakina had to cancel due to illness preventing preparation for main event. Last year’s finalist Ons Jabeur, Petra Kvitova and Barbora Krejcikova all seem capable of creating surprises, with other intriguing long shots such as Cori Gauff Karolina Pleskova Madison Key and Qinwen Zhang all likely candidates to do just that.

Tournament schedule

Wimbledon has released the following preliminary schedule for their forthcoming Championships:

  • July 3: Women’s and Gentlemen’s Singles First Round
  • On Wednesday, July 4th: Ladies and Gents Singles First Round will start.
  • July 5: Ladies and Gents Singles Second Round Doubles for both genders First Round
  • July 6: Ladies and Mens Singles Second Round Gentlemens and Ladies Doubles First Round
  • On Saturday, July 7th the third round for both Ladies’ and Gentlemen’s Singles will take place, second round mixed doubles will also begin, as well as third-round singles for Ladies & Gents Singles, third round of Men & Ladie Doubles Doubles & Mixed Doubles from first and second rounds respectively.
  • July 8: Ladies’ and Gentlemen’s Singles Third Round; Ladies’ and Gentlemen’s Doubles Second Round, Mixed Doubles First Round Mixed Doubles First Round and Girls’ and Boys Singles First Round
  • July 9-8: Ladies and Men Singles Fourth Round; Mixed Doubles 16; Boys Singles First Round
  • On July 10, the ladies and gentlemen’s singles fourth round will commence, followed by Gentlemen & Ladies Doubles Round of 16 Mixed Doubles Quarter-finals Girls Singles Second Round Boys Doubles First Round
  • On Thursday 11 July there will be Ladies and Gents Singles Quarter-Finals; Gentlemens Doubles Finals and Quarterfinals as well as Mixed Doubles Semi-finals, Boys Singles Second Round girls Doubles First Round as well as Invitation Doubles with Ladies’, Gentlemen’s, and Mixed Doubles competition.
  • 12 July is set aside for Quarter-Finals of ladies’ and gentlemen’s Singles Quarters; Quarter Finals for Gentlemen and ladies Doubles Quarter-Finals, Quarter-Finals of Singles for Boys & Girls Doubles Round of 16 Boys Singles for Girls and Boys as well as Round 16 Doubles Invitation Doubles (Ladies’ Doubles, Gentlemen Doubles Mixed Doubles).
  • July 13; Gentlemen’s Doubles Semifinals and Final, Men’s Ladies Doubles Semifinals, Mixed Doubles Finale as well as Gentlemen’s Ladies Doubles Semifinals, Gentlemen’s Ladies Doubles Semifinals and Mixed Doubles Final.
  • July 14th will see Gentlemen’s Singles Semi Finals and Ladies Doubles Semi-Finals take place, followed by Gentlemen’s and Ladies Wheelchair Singles Semi Finals as well as ladies, Gentlemens, Quad Wheelchair Doubles semifinals for quad wheelchair users; boys, Girls Singles Semi Finals as well as Doubles for both genders (Boys Doubles/ Girls Doubles Mixed Doubles) plus an Invitation Doubles event featuring Ladies Doubles/ Gentlemen’s Doubles/ Mixed Doubles for 14&U Invitation Doubles (Ladies Doubles/ Gentlemens Doubles Mixed Doubles).
  • 15 July: Girls’ Singles Final Gentlemen’s Doubles’ Final, ladies singles Wheelchair Final Gentlemen’s Wheelchair Doubles Quad Wheelchair Singles Semi-finals Girls’ Singles Final Girls’ Doubles Final and 14 and Under Invite Doubles (Ladies Doubles, Gentlemen Doubles Mixed Doubles).
  • On June 10th: Gentlemen’s Singles Final and Lady Doubles Final as well as Girls Singles Final were held, along with Gentlemen’s 6&4 Wheelchair Singles Final as well as ladies and Quad Wheelchair Doubles Final; Boys 14U Singles Finals were also contested as well as an Invitation Doubles (Ladies’ Doubles, Gentlemen Doubles Mixed Doubles).

How can I watch the Wimbledon 2023 in the UK?

The BBC is the exclusive broadcaster for Wimbledon 2023 coverage in the United Kingdom, making every game free to viewers who hold an active TV license and streaming via BBC iPlayer for UK-based viewers with active licenses. Sue Barker presents live from All England Tennis Club along with Grand Slam winners John McEnroe, Boris Becker, Billie Jean King Tracy Austin Martina Navratilova as well as Wimbledon favorite Tim Henman – all guaranteed top class coverage from top class broadcasting!

Will Andy Murray play at the Wimbledon this year?

Andy Murray will return to Wimbledon (possibly for the last time ever) this year and begin his tournament on Tuesday against British Ryan Peniston, with Stefanos Tsitsipas as likely candidate in round two.

Who are the top British players at the 2023 Wimbledon?

Unfortunately, Jack Draper and Emma Raducanu will not participate due to injuries; however, many British players should still provide entertainment ahead of the opening round. Last year Cameron Norrie reached the semi-finals before bowing out against Novak Djokovic; as top player of men’s draw he remains one of Britain’s hope.

Andy Murray has enjoyed great success this year. The 36-year-old has made waves on the ATP Challenger Tour recently, winning three titles (i.e. Surbiton and Nottingham). Although Andy won’t enter Wimbledon seeded like Dan Evans (British No.2) did last year he remains an exceptional threat; never having advanced past the third round at Wimbledon himself!

Liam Broady, Lloyd Glasspool, Neal Skupski, Ryan Peniston, Jamie Murray and Joe Salisbury are among the other British hopefuls, while Katie Boulter stands as their key contender in women’s singles – as she recently defeated Jodie Burrage to claim her maiden WTA victory at Nottingham Open. Semi-finalist Boulter also participated in Surbiton during June and is not seeded at Wimbledon; however she will look to improve upon her performance from last year at SW19, when she made it as far as the 3rd round. Heather Watson has earned herself entry into this tournament by reaching the semi-finals at Nottingham Open this month and winning in four rounds, including this year’s fourth round win – her best singles performance at this year’s tournament! In her opening match she will take on former French Open winner Barbora Krejcikova.

What is the 2023 Wimbledon Prize Money?

Twenty23 Wimbledon Prize Money Is Estimated to Reach PS40.35 Million, an increase of 15% since 2021 event and over six percent above previous record set in 2019. Singles tournament winners are set to receive PS2 Million ($2.5 Million). That amount represents an impressive growth from 2018’s 1.7m ($2.1m), earned by Novak Djokovic and Ash Barty respectively in singles competition. Runner-up will get half this sum with PS1,050,000; prize money is evenly split among genders: Doubles champions share 540,000 PS ($662,000).

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