Women’s Wimbledon Prediction, Preview, and Odds (2024)

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  • Wimbledon is the third Grand Slam of the year on the WTA Tour
  • Marketa Vondrousova was the shock winner of the event in 2023

The world’s most famous tennis competition gets underway on Monday, July 1, as Wimbledon begins at the All England Club. The Women’s Championship has been a hard competition to predict in recent years, but which player will land the prestigious honor in 2024?

How To Watch

  • When: Monday, July 1, 2024- Saturday, July 13, 2024
  • Where: All England Club, London, England
  • How To Watch: ESPN


Aryna Sabalenka+300
Iga Swiatek+333
Elena Rybakina+450
Coco Gauff+800
Naomi Osaka+1100
Ons Jabeur+1200
Marketa Vondrousova+1400
Jessica Pegula+1600

Match Preview

Wimbledon is widely regarded as the most prestigious championship in the world of tennis, and it is the one title that all players aim to win during their professional careers. The women’s tournament has been staged annually since 1884, with Martina Navratilova still ranking as the most successful player in the history of the event after winning nine championships in the Open Era.

A new name was added to the roll of honor last year, as Marketa Vondrousova landed a maiden success at SW19. She was a straight sets winner in the final against Ons Jabeur, who has now lost in each of the last two finals. First-time winners have been a regular occurrence throughout recent history, with Ashleigh Barty, Elena Rybakina, and Simona Halep all also landing victories.

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Iga Swiatek will be among the leading contenders this year, as she bids to break her duck at Wimbledon. The Polish superstar is a five-time Grand Slam winner already, with four of her victories coming in the five editions of the French Open. However, her best showing at Wimbledon came in 2023, as she could only reach the quarterfinal stage.

Aryna Sabalenka also ranks as a main threat to win the championship this summer. She is a two-time Grand Slam champion, with both victories coming at the Australian Open. Sabalenka is extremely consistent at the top level, reaching at least the semi-final stage in seven of the last ten Slams. Her runs to the semi-finals in each of the last two editions make her a serious contender.

Women’s Wimbledon Prediction

It could be third time lucky for Ons Jabeur at Wimbledon this summer after losing in each of the last two finals. The Tunisian has a game perfectly suited to the grass, and she regularly hits her stride when the grass season gets underway in the United Kingdom.

Free Pick:

  • Ons Jabeur
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