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Wimbledon 2021; Live stream, Latest News and Betting Offers
The most iconic tournament in tennis makes a triumphant return in 2021 as Novak Djokovic, Serena Williams, Roger Federer, Iga Switek, Andy Murray and the rest of the stars head for Wimbledon once more.
Green grass and crisp whites will be the order of the day once more as Wimbledon 2021 takes place from 28 June to July 11.
Here, you can find the schedule of play and key information for Wimbledon 2021, as well as full details of how you can watch every match streamed live online.
Where can I watch Wimbledon Online?
Wimbledon tennis is live from June 28 to July, 2021, with play starting at 11.00am BST. Bet365 are offering customers the opportunity to watch a live stream of the match alongside in-play betting.
How to watch and bet on Wimbledon tennis:
- Go to Bet365 via this special link
- Register an account and make a first deposit of up to £100 to receive up to £100 in Bet Credits*
- Once registered, go to the sports homepage and select ‘Tennis’ from the left-hand menu
- Select the play icon next to the match in progress and the stream window will appear
PLEASE NOTE: You must be over 18 and have a funded account or have placed a bet in the last 24 hours in order to access the live streaming service. Geo-restrictions may apply. Please Gamble Responsibly.
Wimbledon Tennis Championships 2021 Schedule
Qualifying for Wimbledon 2021 will take place from 21-24 June.
Main draw play begins at 11am BST on Monday June 28. Defending men’s champion Novak Djokovic will open play on Centre Court on the first day of Wimbledon, according to tradition.
|Date – Time||Event Name||Location|
|Monday 28 June 11:00 BST||Men’s & women’s R1 matches||All England Club, Wimbledon|
|Tuesday 29 June 11:00 BST||Men’s & women’s R1 matches||All England Club, Wimbledon|
|Wednesday 30 June 11:00 BST||Men’s & women’s R2 matches||All England Club, Wimbledon|
|Thursday 1 July 11:00 BST||Men’s & women’s R2 matches||All England Club, Wimbledon|
|Friday 2 July 11:00 BST||Men’s & women’s R3 matches||All England Club, Wimbledon|
|Saturday 3 July 11:00 BST||Men’s & women’s R3 matches||All England Club, Wimbledon|
|Sunday 4 July||Middle Sunday – no play||All England Club, Wimbledon|
|Monday 5 July 11:00 BST||Men’s & women’s R16 matches||All England Club, Wimbledon|
|Tuesday 6 July 13:00 BST||Men’s & women’s QFs||All England Club, Wimbledon|
|Wednesday 7 July 13:00 BST||Men’s & women’s QFs||All England Club, Wimbledon|
|Thursday 8 July 13:00 BST||Women’s semifinals||All England Club, Wimbledon|
|Friday 9 July 13:00 BST||Men’s semifinals||All England Club, Wimbledon|
|Saturday 10 July 14:00 BST||Women’s final||All England Club, Wimbledon|
|Sunday 11 July 14:00 BST||Men’s final||All England Club, Wimbledon|
All singles matches from all courts are available to stream live at bet365 for customers with funded accounts.
Men’s, women’s and mixed doubles matches, as well as junior, legends and wheelchair doubles, are also available to watch and bet on live.
Wimbledon Players 2021
The pristine lawns of the All England Club have welcomed the best players in the world every year since 1877, and 2021 will be no exception.
Multiple champions Roger Federer, Serena Williams, Petra Kvitova and Andy Murray will all hope to write another chapter in their incredible winning story; Novak Djokovic and Simona Halep battle to defend their titles; and a host of contenders jostle to break through into the elite circle of Wimbledon champions.
With Rafael Nadal having withdrawn from Wimbledon 2021 in order to take an extended rest following a demanding clay court season, Djokovic starts out as clear favourite to secure a sixth Wimbledon success at the age of 34.
World number one Ash Barty is bidding to claim her first Wimbledon Women’s Singles crown, while emerging star Iga Swiatek looks to continue her superb breakthrough season.
Wimbledon Men’s Singles Odds
Novak Djokovic (10/11 with Skybet)
The indomitable Djokovic claimed his fifth Wimbledon title in 2019 when he saved two championship points to defeat crowd darling Roger Federer in five thrilling sets, and now trails only Pete Sampras (7) and Federer himself (8) on the Open Era winners’ list.
When he opens play on Centre Court on the first day of The Championships 2021, odds-on title favourite Djokovic will be beginning his quest to become the first player since Federer himself to win three back-to-back Wimbledon men’s singles titles.
He returns to Wimbledon having dethroned rival Rafa Nadal in the Semi-Finals at Roland Garros earlier this month before recovering from two sets down to defeat Stefanos Tsitsipas in a five-set thriller in the final.
Daniil Medvedev (6/1 with William Hill)
World number two Medvedev continues to chase down his first Grand Slam singles title, having lost in the final of both the 2019 US Open and 2021 Australian Open.
The Russian star is out to improve on a below-par record at Wimbledon which has seen him reach the Third Round on just two occasions – 2018 and 2019.
Medvedev is one of just two active players outside of the Big Four with three Masters 1000 titles to his name and is well-fancied to challenge for glory here.
Stefanos Tsitsipas (6/1 with William Hill)
One of the fastest-rising stars in men’s tennis, 22-year-old Tsitsipas has already proved he marches to the beat of his own drum – a perfect fit for Wimbledon, which has a history of embracing quirky champions.
A semi-finalist at the Australian Open in 2019, when he announced himself by defeating Federer, Tsitsipas has yet to win a grass court title, but he claimed the biggest win of his young career when he triumphed at the Nitto ATP Finals in 2019.
His first appearance in a Grand Slam final saw him agonisingly beaten by 3-2 Novak Djokovic in the 2021 French Open, having won the first two sets.
Roger Federer (9/1 with Skybet)
Wimbledon’s favourite adopted son, Federer won five consecutive titles between 2003-7 and came back to claim the title in 2009 and 2012. For four years he was held off by the field – most notably Djokovic, who beat him in back-to-back finals in 2014-15 – but made a fairytale comeback after having had knee surgery in 2016 to claim the title in 2017, eclipsing Sampras’s mark of seven titles and becoming the most successful male player in Wimbledon history.
Continuing to defy the passage of time, Federer was narrowly defeated by Djokovic in the 2019 final after holding two championship points. More knee surgeries have followed in 2020, but Federer has made no secret of his plans to return in 2021 and Wimbledon glory will be at the forefront of his mind.
Wimbledon Women’s Singles Odds
Ashleigh Barty (6/1 with William Hill)
Not since Evonne Goolagong Cawley in 1980 has an Australian woman triumphed in Wimbledon singles, but Barty, who currently reigns as WTA world number one might be the player to end that drought.
Blessed with a big serve and a vicious slice backhand, Barty may have won her maiden Grand Slam on clay at the French Open in 2019 but she has all the tools to succeed on grass, with titles in Nottingham and Birmingham to her credit.
Serena Williams (15/2 with 888 Sport)
It will have been 19 years since Serena Williams’s first Wimbledon title when she returns in 2021, but that will by no means diminish the threat posed by the greatest women’s player of all time.
Tied with Steffi Graf for second place on the Open Era winners’ list, Williams’s seventh Wimbledon title came in 2016 and she has yet to claim a Grand Slam since giving birth to her daughter in 2017. But she has arguably come closer at Wimbledon than anywhere else, making the final in 2018 and 2019, and will still be the favourite to make it an amazing eight in 2021.
Iga Swiatek (12/1 with Bet365)
World number nine Swiatek, 20, is the youngest player currently inside the top ten of the WTA rankings.
The Polish sensation stormed to her first Grand Slam title at the 2020 French Open but is yet to really threaten another major trophy since.
Swiatek is yet to win a match in the Wimbledon singles competition and will be determined to hit the ground running and establish herself as a force to be reckoned with on the grass court surface.
Simona Halep (12/1 with Skybet)
Romania’s Halep followed her maiden Grand Slam singles title at the French Open in 2018 with a stunning Wimbledon victory in 2019, playing the most magnificent match of her career to stun Serena Williams 6-2, 6-2 in the final.
The first Romanian player to triumph at Wimbledon, Halep received a hero’s welcome when she returned home bearing the Venus Rosewater Dish and will not relinquish it easily in 2021.
When is Wimbledon 2021 and other FAQs
Wimbledon takes place in 2021 from June 28 to July 11.
The tournament was cancelled in 2020 due to the global health crisis – the first time since the Second World War that Wimbledon has not been played.
But all the familiar traditions will return in force in 2021: Novak Djokovic, as the men’s defending champion, will open play on Centre Court on the first day of The Championships. Play will begin at 11am BST sharp on the outside courts and at 1pm BST on Centre, No. 1 and No. 2 Courts.
There will be no play on Middle Sunday – Wimbledon’s sacred day of rest for the grass courts, which allows everybody to regroup ahead of Manic Monday, the busiest day in the tennis calendar, as all 16 fourth-round matches in the men’s and women’s draws are played.
|Venue||All England Club, Wimbledon, London, United Kingdom|
|Start Date||28th June, 2021|
|End Date||11th July, 2021|
|Current Men’s Singles Champion||Novak Djokovic|
|Current Women’s Singles Champion||Simona Halep|
|Where to Watch||Click here to access|