Novak Djokovic is gunning for another Grand Slam title and with a poor quality of opponents to dethrone him, it’s not surprising that he is odds on 4/6 with SpreadEx to win Wimbledon for an 8th time.
Djokovic has won back to back Wimbledon titles and is coming off a French Open win over Alcaraz in the final and it wouldn’t be surprising if this is the final match up again in two weeks time. Djokovic hasn’t played since that French Grand Slam win so comes in a little fresh as that would have taken a lot out of his 36 year old body.
There aren’t enough superlatives when talking about Djokovic. He seen off Federer, Nadal isn’t competing in this Wimbledon and Murray isn’t at the tale end of his career after hip injuries and the quality of young Men’s tennis players coming through isn’t something to ride home about.
Carlos Alcaraz won Queens Club in preparation for Wimbledon so will be looking to give Djokovic a big challenge, so is certainly a main danger. In the bottom half of the draw which Djokovic is in, there is little to ride home about in terms of looking to recommend anyone to knock him off his crown.
Therefore, there is some value in looking at the top half of the draw and Sebastian Korda is a young American player who can win the 2nd quarter of the draw and will then likely face Carlos Alcaraz in the semi-final and with a change of approach to that of his Queen’s Club exit, can look to give Alcaraz a big scare and he is one player who could look to make a big impression and then reach the Wimbledon final.
Paying ½ the odds just to get to the Wimbledon final would return a nice 16/1 on Sebastian Korda and he would be one player to look at.
Third in the betting Jannik Sinner, ranked 8th in the world, can go deep in the Wimbledon Mens tournament this year, but hasn’t shown the consistency to really threaten at the business ends of Grand Slams and the Italian can have success at Wimbledon, but may well fall at the quarter final stage.
Andy Murray is a 66/1 shot with Unibet to win another Wimbledon title, but this is highly unlikely, even though the support from Centre Court will give him huge encouragement.
|Novak Djokovic||4/6 SpreadEX|
|Carlos Alcaraz||4/1 Unibet|
|Jannik Sinner||20/1 William Hill|
|Sebastian Korda||33/1 Unibet|
Novak Djokovic is by far the best player on show this year and will take a lot of beating for someone to snatch away his crown. The very durable Djokovic finds so much energy on court to grind down his opponents and with huge accuracy, there is little to oppose him. At 4/6 for Djokovic to win Wimbledon 2023 with Unibet is of little value for us, so we are looking to put up an each-way bet on a player to reach the final… and maybe dethrone the king.
American Sebastian Korda at 33/1 each-way with Unibet is our Punters.pub bet of the day when looking at the Men’s Wimbledon Tournament. He will enjoy the conditions and is playing good enough Tennis to progress deep into the 2nd week.