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Bet on all the Greatest Wimbledon 2021 Matches at Betiton Sportsbook UK

Wimbledon—also known as the Championships, Wimbledon, and the Championships—is the most prestigious tennis tournament in the world, where only the best tennis players in the world compete. In fact, Wimbledon is one of the four so-called Grand Slam tournaments, which are the four greatest tournaments in tennis.

Being the greatest and most prestigious tennis tournament in the world already gives bettors plenty of reasons as to why they should bet on Wimbledon! A tournament as important as Wimbledon attracts the world’s greatest tennis players to prove their worth and attempt to secure their place as being amongst the best of the best.

Sports bettors and Wimbledon fans alike that are interested in betting on tennis can find a wide range of betting markets on our UK sportsbook at Betiton. Each of these markets has clear odds provided by our bookmakers, according to their predictions, so you can estimate the stakes and probabilities of each of the markets.

A competition that involves the greatest players in the world will surely be quite tight, where any player can emerge victorious, which makes for a truly exhilarating spectacle. Moreover, Wimbledon offers a handful of different competitions, which means that punters will have plenty of matches to watch and bet on!

When Does the Wimbledon Take Place?

Wimbledon takes place every year, over two weeks at the end of June and the beginning of July. The dates of the next edition of Wimbledon are: 28th June 2021 till the 11th July 2021.

Where is Wimbledon Hosted?

Wimbledon is hosted every year in Wimbledon, London. The event takes place at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club.

Find Out More About Wimbledon Betting Odds

When it comes to tennis betting it’s important to understand all the odds and betting markets behind the scenes as well. With so much going on, it’s important to keep an eye on all the tennis odds and know which event they are actually referring to. Some players will play in both the singles and doubles events with different odds on their performance outcomes.

Popular Wimbledon Betting Markets You Can Bet on at Betiton

As with every sport and tournament that are available for players’ bets on our sportsbook at Betiton, Wimbledon has a number of betting markets that are offered by our bookmakers. Every market that is available on our sportsbook has its odds clearly displayed so punters can easily understand what the stakes are.

Moreover, punters will have the choice of betting on all of the competitions offered by Wimbledon, including the Men’s and Women’s competitions.

Finally, bettors can also enjoy betting on all of the other Grand Slam tournaments, including the French Open, and the Australian Open. The most associated Wimbledon betting markets are listed and explained below.

  • Outright Winner
  • Set Betting
  • Handicap
  • Match Betting
  • Over and Under Totals
  • Correct Score
  • In-Play
  • Outright

Outright Winner

This bet, as you might have guessed, depends on punters to make a successful prediction on who will make it to the final and be the winner of the Wimbledon championship will be. This applies to all the Wimbledon competitions equally, whether the Men’s, Women’s, or Mixed Doubles.

Set Betting

A match in tennis is divided into many rounds, one of which is the set; to win a match in tennis, players will need to win a number of sets. This bet, therefore, depends on players correctly guessing the set score when the match finishes, that is, how many sets each player would have won at the end of the match—if at all.


A handicap bet is offered when the competition in a match is “unfair,” that is, when there is a clear favourite and underdog; in these matches, bettors could tell who the winner will be.

However, handicap bets place a handicap on the favourite to even the competition and thus give bettors chance on betting on the underdog. This way, bettors can still win their bets on the underdog even if the underdog loses.

Match Betting

This is arguably the simplest bet that we have encountered so far, and that’s because it only needs bettors to correctly predict which player will win a match. This makes it simpler to correctly guess, especially if bettors have been doing their research, as we hope they have—but even then, success is still not guaranteed.

Wimbledon Tennis Betting Tips: Where Can UK Players Find Them?

Tips can be considered as pieces of advice, in this case on who should punters potentially bet on, which odds to take, etc. Essentially, tips are “suggestions” on what to bet on.

Tips are provided by tipsters, which are generally sports enthusiasts that spend their time analysing team compositions, player stats, and making predictions on who might win in a particular match.

A simple Google search will give punters plenty of tips to work with. However, tips shouldn’t substitute for the research you should be doing before placing a bet on any sport or tennis tournament.

5 Previous Men’s Singles Winners and Runners-Up

The participants in this championship are amongst the best tennis players in the world. Winning in tennis consists of playing several rounds known as points, games, sets, and matches; win enough points and you’ll win a game, win enough games and you’ll win a set, and so on.

In this section, therefore, we’re providing you with a table of the 5 previous Men’s Singles winners for your knowledge.

YearWinnerCountryScoreRunner UpCountry
2019Novak DjokovicSerbia7–6(7–5), 1–6, 7–6(7–4), 4–6, 13–12(7–3)Roger FedererSwitzerland
2018Novak DjokovicSerbia6–2, 6–2, 7–6(7–3)Kevin AndersonSouth Africa
2017Roger FedererSwitzerland6–3, 6–1, 6–4Marin ČilićCroatia
2016Andy MurrayUnited Kingdom6–4, 7–6(7–3), 7–6(7–2)Milos RaonicCanada
2015Novak DjokovicSerbia7–6(7–1), 6–7(10–12), 6–4, 6–3Roger FedererSwitzerland

5 Previous Woman’s Singles Winners and Runners-Up

Similarly, if you’re going to be betting on the women’s competition in Wimbledon, whether it’ll be the singles or the doubles competition, you’re going to need the know who the best woman tennis players were in the last few years.

However, do keep in mind that since Wimbledon is the biggest tennis tournament in the UK and the world, the competition will be very stiff. Here are the 5 previous women’s singles winners, as well as those players that managed to make it to the final.

YearWinnerCountryScoreRunner UpCountry
2019Simona HalepRomania6–2, 6–2Serena WilliamsUSA
2018Angelique KerberGermany6–3, 6–3Serena WilliamsUSA
2017Garbiñe MuguruzaSpain7–5, 6–0Venus WilliamsUSA
2016Serena WilliamsUSA7–5, 6–3Angelique KerberGermany
2015Serena WilliamsUSAGarbiñe MuguruzaSpain6-4, 6-4

Who Has Won Wimbledon the Most Times?

When it comes to the Wimbledon Championship, there are many top players that spring to mind. On the tip of everyone’s tongue is, of course, Roger Federer. The 38-year old Swiss player has long been seen as the number one player in the world and has won Wimbledon a total of eight times.

Not only that, but he has also won the highest number of Grand Slam rounds for a male player, with a total of 20 to his name. Currently, he’s fourth in the world and while he has a great track record, other younger players might supersede him at this tournament.

Another excellent player, probably number one in most people’s eyes, is Novak Djokovic. This younger player has dominated the men’s tennis scene in recent years, winning Wimbledon five times and taking an impressive 17 different Grand Slam singles.

Rafael Nadal, with 19 Grand Slams, also cannot be ruled out when you’re looking at betting tips, though he struggles more on grass.

  1. Roger Federer
  2. Novak Djokovic
  3. Rafael Nadal

These names are important to keep in mind if you ever decide on placing a bet or two on Wimbledon. We can’t emphasise enough though that doing your research is imperative when making any bets on any sport!

Why Is Wimbledon So Popular in the UK? A Brief Explanation

Wimbledon was established 143 years ago, with the first tournament played in 1877. Unlike other sports, tennis has been incredibly successful in integrating both men and women into the event, making both sides of equal importance when it comes to the winners, which, naturally, increases the available bets that bettors can bet on.

The matches are run simultaneously so that viewers can bet on both the men’s and the women’s games. The event also holds a doubles competition as well as singles, which can be split into the two genders, but there’s also a mixed doubles tournament as well.

One of the biggest things about this event is that out of the four Grand Slam tennis tournaments, this is the only one to remain played on grass. Strangely enough, despite being the top British tennis tournament, it hasn’t been won by many Brits, with Andy Murray the last British player to achieve this feat.

There’s also a very strict dress code in place for the players with all players required to wear completely white outfits, though the style of these outfits is entirely up to them—within reason of course. There is also no advertising within the courts, with the exception of Rolex, who provide the timekeeping of the event.

Discover Betiton’s Wimbledon Betting Offers and Bonus

Being able to access, or make use of, a bonus is a great thing when you are playing or betting online. At Betiton we are ready to help out UK players by offering you the chance to get a sport welcome offer. This can be used on any of the sporting events on our site, so why not try out a bet on Wimbledon, for instance?

There are also some wagering requirements attached to the bonus, which must be adhered to if you want to withdraw any of your winnings. Please read the full terms and conditions found in the footer.

Deposit and Withdraw Your Tennis Betting Funds Safely and Securely

It’s always important to be able to offer a range of different payment options to players so that they can choose the one that suits them the best.

To make sure our players from Britain have the safest and most secure options, we only use providers that have a global reputation and are known for offering secure and speedy payment types.

Payment MethodDeposit Time (Days)Withdraw Time (Days)
Master CardInstant4-6

When it comes to depositing via any of these methods, these will all occur instantly. You can make daily deposits from £10 through to £5000. Withdrawals will take longer—there’s a 48-hour pending period—and you will need to verify your account prior to requesting funds.

Withdrawals can be made from £10 through to £7000 each month, though if you’re high on our loyalty programme, you can make higher withdrawals as part of the bonuses awarded to you.

Bet on Wimbledon Wherever You Are With Betiton Mobile

At Betiton, we have made sure that our desktop site is fully mobile optimised. In this way, players in the UK will be able to get access to all of the sports betting options that we offer. The mobile version is easily accessible via your mobile browser and you just need to log in to your account in the same way you would via the desktop site.

Once on the site, all of the same functions such as bonuses, payment options, betting markets, and support will be available to you. The mobile site is also scalable so that you can play and make bets using any mobile device, ensuring you have complete access when out and about.

Betting slips on your mobile phone are easy to use, making sure that you have a smooth betting platform on which to play.

Betiton’s Live Customer Support Is Available for All UK Players

Access to a good customer support team is an integral part of the smooth running of any online casino or sportsbook. At Betiton, while we do pride ourselves on our excellent gaming platform, we also offer the chance to contact our support team.

UK players can get access to our team via a number of different methods and these are available every day of the week, from 8am to 1am CET. Our staff will help you get back on track as quickly as possible.

Always Bet on Tennis Responsibly

At Betiton, we always ensure that our players are able to enjoy a safe betting platform. Part of this is achieved through our licensing with not only the UK Gambling Commission, but also with the Malta Gaming Authority.

These regulators are known to be the strictest in the industry and have specific rules when it comes to player safety and gaming fairness. To add to the security and fair gaming measures we already have in place, we also offer players from Britain the chance to self-exclude if gambling stops being fun or gets too much.

Self-exclusion can range from three months to indefinitely and will not be reversed until the player’s say-so. In addition to this, we have helplines punters can use to get in touch with someone who can help out.

Wimbledon Betting FAQs

When is the next Wimbledon?

Wimbledon will next take place in 2021, during the following dates: 28th June 2021 to 11th July 2021.

Where does Wimbledon take place?

Wimbledon is held at the All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club, in Wimbledon, London, United Kingdom. Wimbledon takes place on a grass court, the only one of the Grand Slam tournaments, and it is widely considered to be the classic tennis court.

Who won Wimbledon 2020?

The 2020 edition of Wimbledon was unfortunately cancelled, so make you catch the next edition of Wimbledon for some great displays of tennis. The previous 2019 title holders, however, are champions Novak Djokovic and Simona Halep.

Who has won Wimbledon the most times?

Roger Federer, has won the Gentleman’s Singles a total of eight times. On the other hand, Martina Navratilova has won the Ladies’ Singles the most times, with a total of nine times.

Sources Used:

  1. Official Draws Archive – Wimbledon
  2. Wimbledon Championships – Encyclopaedia Brittanica
  3. Wimbledon – ATP Tours

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