12/1 Kvitova can win her 3rd Wimbledon Womens’ Title

Russ Yershon
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July 3, 2023

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Wimbledon Women’s Tennis Grand Slam: Outright – Starts Monday 3rd July

Unlike the Men’s Wimbledon Tournament, the Women’s Outright market is wide open. The years of Venus and Serena Williams dominating are long gone and there is no dominant force in the Women’s game which makes this years Wimbledon a very interesting tournament and likely for a few surprises.

Looking at the top of the market, the deserving favourite is Iga Swiatek who recorded a recent Grand Slam victory by winning the French Open in May. She defeated Karolina Muchova to land the title and was impressive in doing so. Swiatek therefore the 3/1 favourite to land this year’s Wimbledon Women’s title with Unibet.

Experience can be key, especially in Grand Slam tournament finals and Swiatek knows how to get over the line which can be key when playing on Centre Court with the pressure on. The Polish superstar Swiatek is World number 1 in the Women’s game and has 4 Grand Slam titles to her name, none of them include the Wimbledon title, so this is one she is eager to land.

Elena Rybakina is the reigning Wimbledon Champion and the Kazakhstan player is in good shape to defend her title this year. Rybakina is very comfortable on grass, ranked number 3 in the world on the ATP rankings, she was a losing finalist in the Australian Open, so will have no fears in playing her attacking style of tennis over the next two weeks hoping to win back to back titles. At 11/2 with Coral Rybakina will be one to follow this year.

Next in the betting is the woman who won the 2023 Australian Open and that is Aryna Sabalenka. Having a Grand Slam win in the bank gives a huge confidence boost to any player and Salabanka will be looking to show her hard court expertise on grass in London and win another top title. Joint 2nd favourite at 11/2 with BetVictor, Sabalenka will be looking to use this expertise and put herself in the mix when it comes to the later stages of the tournament.

One player who is back on the Women’s circuit and who has two Wimbledon titles to her name in 2011 and 2014 is Petra Kvitova. The left handed Czech player has huge experience and once in her rhythm could well be one to follow at this years tournament.

Even at 33 years old, Kvitova can show brilliance in her play and after a recent WTA Tour victory, will be seeking a 3rd Wimbledon Grand Slam title. At 12/1 with Bet365, Kvitova is likely to be amongst those in the later stages of Wimbledon.

Wimbledon Women’s Tennis Grand Slam: Outright – Starts Monday 3rd July

Iga Swiatek 3/1 Unibet
Elena Rybakina 11/2 Coral
Aryna Sabalenka 11/2 Bet Victor
Petra Kvitova 12/1 Bet365

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Wimbledon Women’s Tennis Grand Slam: Outright – Starts Monday 3rd July

The Women’s Wimbledon Outright tournament doesn’t have a strong favourite like the Men’s game, so there is value for us to look at opposing the few players at the top of the market. At Punters.pub our bet of the day from the Women’s Outright Wimbledon market is Petra Kvitova each-way at 12/1 with Bet365.

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