Wimbledon Odds: Rybakina Favored Atop Women’s Tournament Boards

Written By Brett Gibbons | Last Updated
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The Wimbledon Championships Women’s Singles tournament kicked off Monday with some familiar names atop odds boards. Following Iga Swiatek’s upset loss on Saturday, Elena Rybakina is the clear favorite (+110) to win the women’s singles tournament. Last year, Markéta Vondroušová shocked the tennis world with pre-tournament odds as long as 140-1. A champion will be crowned this Saturday, July 13.

Let’s look at Wimbledon favorites and past winners. Before betting, check the latest sportsbook offers and Wimbledon betting promos to maximize your value.

Wimbledon Odds: Women’s Singles

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Rybakina has the leg-up on the trio of Tier 1 favorites as a previous winner. She lifted the trophy two years ago, defeating World No. 10 Ons Jabeur in the final. She’s returning to the final eight at Wimbledon for a third consecutive year. Anna Kalinskaya retired due to injury, putting Rybakina in the quarterfinals.

Awaiting her, there will be 2023 semifinalist Elina Svitolina, the winner of the fourth-round clash between China’s Wang Xinyu, who knocked out No. 5 seed Jessica Pegula earlier in the tournament.

A New Era In US Women’s Tennis

Serena Williams retired from tennis in 2022, ushering in a new era in women’s tennis. The seven-time champion is responsible for the last five US victories at Wimbledon. Her sister, Venus, is undecided on her professional tennis future and will not participate at Wimbledon this year. The sisters are responsible for the last 12 US victories and 20-of-22 US finals appearances since 2000.

Wimbledon Women’s Singles Champion By Year

2023Markéta VondroušováCzech RepublicOns Jabeur
2022Elena RybakinaKazakhstanOns Jabeur
2021Ashleigh BartyAustraliaKarolína Plíšková
2019Simona HalepRomaniaSerena Williams
2018Angelique KerberGermanySerena Williams
2017Garbiñe MuguruzaSpainVenus Williams
2016Serena WilliamsUnited StatesAngelique Kerber
2015Serena WilliamsUnited StatesGarbiñe Muguruza
2014Petra KvitováCzech RepublicEugenie Bouchard
2013Marion BartoliFranceSabine Lisicki
2012Serena WilliamsUnited StatesAgnieszka Radwańska

Since 2012. Note: Wimbledon canceled its tournament in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Who Has The Most Wimbledon Women’s Singles Championships?

Martina Navratilova (USA) has the most women’s singles titles at Wimbledon, with nine. Her first came in 1978 and last in 1990, and she won in all but four years during that stretch. Steffi Graf (Germany) and Serena Williams (USA) tie for second in the Open Era with seven each.

Helen Wills Moody (USA, 1927-38) has the second-most all-time titles with eight. Dorothea Lambert Chambers (U.K., 1903-1914) notched seven of them. Those came in the Amateur Era, pre-1968. Legend Billie Jean King (USA) is the lone woman to have multiple Wimbledon titles in both the Amateur and Open eras.