Wimbledon Women Odds & Betting

The All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club in Wimbledon, UK, will host the 2021 Wimbledon Championships. It’s one of the Grand Slam tennis tournaments. Simona Halep's the defending women’s champion. The All England Lawn Tennis Club organises this competition in conjunction with the International Tennis Federation.

India is a crazed cricket country, but tennis has become a rather established sport in the country. Tennis players are excited about the Wimbledon women’s championship because it’s the perfect combination of sporting excellence and class. It’s also the oldest and definitely the most traditional tennis tournament in existence.

You can ask any female Indian tennis player and they’ll tell you that there’s no better feeling than making her mark in the Wimbledon women’s tournament. Indians first participated in the Wimbledon tournament in 1908. Naomi Osaka, the Japanese female tennis player, will be a capable competitor again this year.

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Wimbledon Women 2021 Betting Odds

Our Wimbledon women 2021 betting odds fall under three main categories: live, outright and pre-game.

Pre-game Wimbledon Women Betting Odds

In pre-game betting, you’re placing your wages on which singles or doubles team will win the entire match, which may seem pretty easy since there are only one of two options to choose from. Pre-match betting, another name for pre-game betting, happens before the players enter the court. You need to know the player’s statistics relatively well for this type of betting.

Outright Wimbledon Women Betting Odds

Tennis outright betting is the most common and perhaps the most straightforward way of wagering with some incredible betting odds. Without having deeper insights into the tournament and being able to profit from the results of each match beforehand, you must pick one player you think has the best potential to win the Wimbledon women's tournament. This requires some research into the player statistics.

Live Wimbledon Women 2021 Betting Odds

When you bet live on tennis at 10CRIC, you should expect multiple-set marathons with lots of change and chances to win. It's a sport where something can happen at any time, increasing everyone's enthusiasm. In contrast to other sports, underdogs outperform more vigorous opponents more often. With 10CRIC, live betting is a fantastic opportunity because we have the best markets and live odds.

This method of betting allows you to gamble on individual games and sets. You can wager on who will gain the next match point in the game, whether the match will go to a deuce score, the in-game average, the next break to serve, the total number of games in the series and the right games score for one set.

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Wimbledon Women 2021

Following the suspension of the 2020 competition due to the global pandemic, this year's major tournament is set to begin on June 28 and conclude on July 11. The Wimbledon ladies' singles championship will be held for the 127th time in 2021. It will be contested on grassed courts.

A tennis set is a series of games in which the players serve and return, and the two positions get alternated. Wimbledon women match employ a unique scoring scheme for the final set, with teams continuing to play as though it were an advantage set after 6–6 before a team wins a two-game lead. If the players' scores are tied at 12–12, a seven-point tiebreaker is used to decide the winner.

A player or team wins at least six games and has a two-game lead on their rival in an advantage set game. The series continues until a player or team wins the set by two games, without a tiebreaker. At Wimbledon women championships, mixed doubles team matches are played in a best-of-three format, with the final set being an advantage set playoff.

Wimbledon Women Betting Predictions

Here at 10CRIC, we contact our tennis betting experts and ask them for their Wimbledon women tips and further intel into their Wimbledon women predictions. Here’s what we asked and what they had to say.

Which Player Will Win the Wimbledon Women Tournament?

Ashleigh Barty is this year’s Wimbledon women’s favourite to win the championship. Ashleigh Barty was born on April 24, 1996, and is a professional female tennis player from Australia. She’s the second Australian to ever place in the Women's Tennis Association as number one in the singles ranking.

Ashleigh currently ranks first globally in women's singles tennis. She has also been a top 10 doubles player, with a career-high ranking of number five worldwide. On the Women's Tennis Association Tour, Ashleigh has won 10 singles titles and 10 doubles titles, which includes one Grand Slam women's singles title from the 2019 French Open.

She also has one Grand Slam women's doubles title along with her partner at the time, CoCo Vandeweghe, during the 2018 United States Open. She’s also the defending WTA Finals women's singles champion.

Who Will Reach the Wimbledon Women 2021 Final?

This year’s Wimbledon women’s final is expected to be a fierce match between Ashleigh Barty and Naomi Osaka.

Naomi Osaka was born on October 16, 1997. According to the WTA, Osaka is the first Asian woman to rank first in women's tennis singles. She has four Grand Slam singles titles to her name, including the US Open and the Australian Open. She has won seven titles on the Women's Tennis Association Tour, including two at the Premier Mandatory level.

At the 2018 US Open and the 2019 Australian Open, Osaka became the first player since 2001 to win her first two Grand Slam singles titles in back-to-back Grand Slam tournaments. She also became the first female to win successive Grand Slam tennis singles titles.

Wimbledon Women Players

Let’s look at some of the other top-ranking Wimbledon women players by the Women's Tennis Association (WTA).

Simona Halep

Simona Halep is a Romanian female tennis player who was born on September 27, 1991. Around 2017-2019, she was ranked number one in the world in singles twice. She has been number one for 64 weeks in total, which is the tenth-longest streak in the WTA rankings history.

In 2017 and 2018, Halep was the year-end, number one player. Since 2014, she has finished every year ranking in the top four and has the longest active string of being ranked in the top 10. She has won 22 Women's Tennis Association singles titles and finished 17 times as a runner-up.

Halep has two Grand Slam singles titles under her belt: the Wimbledon Championships and French Open.

Sofia Anna Kenin

Sofia A. Kenin, also nicknamed Sonya, was born on November 14, 1998, and is a tennis player from America. She’s the top-ranked American woman in singles tennis, with a career-high WTA ranking of number four. She’s the current WTA Player of the Year, having won the Australian Open in 2020 and finishing second to Iga Witek at the French Open in 2020.

Sonya has won five WTA singles titles in her career. She's also won two WTA doubles titles with Bethanie Mattek-Sands, including the Premier Mandatory stage of the 2019 China Open.

Elina Mykhailivna Svitolina

Elina Mykhailivna Svitolina (born September 12, 1994) is a tennis player from Ukraine. She turned professional in 2010, and on September 11th, 2017, and September 9th, 2019, she achieved a career-high ranking of world number three for the second time.

She has 15 WTA singles titles under her belt, including the 2018 WTA Finals and three of the five Premier 5-level tournaments she won in 2017: the Dubai Tennis Championships, the Canadian Open and the Italian Open. She reached her first Grand Slam quarterfinal at the 2015 French Open, where former champion Ana Ivanovic eliminated her. Svitolina became the first Ukrainian women to break into the top ten rankings since winning the Dubai title in February 2017.

Karolina Plisková

Karolina Plisková was born on March 21, 1992, and is a tennis player from the Czech Republic. She’s a former world number one in singles, having climbed to the top of the WTA rankings in July 2017 and remained there for eight weeks. She’s reportedly ranked ninth in the world as of April 2021 and has consistently been in the top ten since late 2016.

In the doubles rankings, she peaked at world number 11 on October 31, 2016. Plisková, who is known for her strong serve and forehand, has won 16 singles and five doubles titles on the WTA tour, as well as ten singles and six doubles titles on the ITF Circuit; she’s won more than $20 million in prize money.