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27 Jun 2021
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Wimbledon 2021 Betting Tips

The 134th edition of the Wimbledon Championships takes place at the All England Lawn Tennis Club from June 28 to July 11.

The tournament returns in 2021 following an enforced hiatus last year due to the global health crisis.

Reigning Men’s Singles champion Novak Djokovic is bidding to claim his sixth Wimbledon title, having beaten rival Roger Federer in the 2019 final.

Djokovic returns to Wimbledon on the back of his French Open success at Roland Garros a fortnight ago, taking his tally of Grand Slams to 19.

No player has won more Wimbledon titles in the open era than eight-time champion Federer, and the 39-year-old is looking to roll back the years and put his recent injury woes behind him.

Two-time champion Andy Murray makes his Wimbledon return for the first time since 2017, having had a lengthy lay-off through injury, and the Scot has been given a wildcard entry into the main draw.

Eight-time champion Roger Federer has been placed in the bottom half of the draw and will potentially have to overcome Daniil Medvedev and Alexander Zverev if he wishes to reach a 13th Wimbledon final.

Daniil Medvedev and Stefanos Tsitsipas are seeded two and three respectively as they vie to claim their first Grand Slam title, while 2020 US Open finalist Alexander Zverev is seeded number four.

Serena Williams is out in search of her eighth Women’s Singles title at Wimbledon, with her most recent triumph coming five years ago.

World number one Ashleigh Barty is aiming to go one better than her runner-up spot here in 2013, while Aryna Sabalenka and Elina Svitolina are seeded two and three respectively.

Reigning Women’s champion Simona Halep has pulled out of Wimbledon due to a calf injury, joining the likes of Naomi Osaka, Rafael Nadal and Dominic Thiem in missing this year’s Championships.

We will be publishing our best bets and accumulator predictions for each day of the 2021 Wimbledon Championships for free right here.

Tennis betting explained

Tennis betting has emerged as one of the biggest sports betting markets in the UK and Europe. There are many reasons for this, including an increased popularity of the sport, increased money and exposure afforded to the Grand Slams and an era where three of the best players to ever play the game are currently active.

However, there is no doubt that the increasingly popular market of tennis betting has grown due to the arrival of online sports gambling and with it, the opportunity to bet in-play. At Live Tennis, our dedicated tennis team of experts will be analysing all of the vital statistics, news and form guides to update you with the best tennis betting tips & predictions, betting offers, match previews and much more each day.

Here are some of the most popular betting types of bet in the tennis betting market:

  • To win: quite simply selecting the outright winner of a match.
  • Set score: here you can be more experimental, betting on the score of the set is popular, especially with tennis in-play betting when you can see a player is either starting to ascend or decline in a match.
  • Total games in a set: Here punters can predict how many games there will be in a set. This is a great betting selection for betting in-play as you can find more value than a ‘to win’ bet whilst the bet isn’t as risky or uncertain as predicting the exact set score.
  • Next break of serve: Is a player looking shaky on serve? Most bookmakers allow punters to bet on which player will break their opponents serve next.