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Many top players have been struggling with minor injuries this season, but the world’s number one female player, Iga Świątek, stands out as an exception. The Polish player knows how to care for her body and would have been well-prepared for the challenges ahead.

However, the negatives for Świątek outweigh her current odds. Let’s start with the obvious—her moderate record in London. If that’s not enough, her draw looks like a minefield, with Marketa Vondrousova (reigning champion), Elena Rybakina, Danielle Collins, Ons Jabeur, and Jessica Pegula standing in her way. Finally, Iga arrives in London without any grass practice, which half suggests she’s accepted her fate.

It’s easy to understand why Aryna Sabalenka leads the betting market. The number three-ranked player reached the semi-finals of this tournament for the past two seasons and started the year by winning the Australian Open. With her big serve and improved fitness, the player from Belarus is a definite contender.

Elena Rybakina

Elena Rybakina, the 2022 winner, retired during her second-round match in Berlin against Azarenka. While her withdrawal was precautionary, it wasn’t the best preparation for the challenge ahead. Nevertheless, we trust the 24-year-old will go deep, but the search for the winner continues.

If Ons Jabeur had been in better physical shape, we would have backed the Tunisian player. As a finalist in 2022 and 2023, she deserves to win the All-England trophy. Jabeur is undoubtedly one of the crowd favourites and will have the support of everyone. However, ongoing niggles and stage fright are off-putting factors when betting on her.

Naomi Osaka

Naomi Osaka seems happier than ever, but she’s yet to reach her former level. While we admire Jessica Pegula, it’s hard to imagine her going all the way. The same goes for Danielle Collins, and last year’s winner, Marketa Vondrousova, needs to build momentum.

Madison Keys and Mirra Andreeva are capable players, but neither seems poised to go the distance.

Our first pick for Wimbledon might surprise you, but hear us out. The US Open winner Emma Raducanu is set to be a big tournament player. The Brit has a plan and has already shown she’s back in business. We like how she left Eastbourne early to focus on Wimbledon, and we know she has the nerve to compete.

Our other pick is Coco Gauff. Although the 20-year-old sometimes lapses in concentration, she’s well-equipped for playing on grass. The world number two benefits from being in the opposite half of the draw to Świątek, who leads their head-to-head 10-1.

Since we can’t imagine the number one getting in the way and knowing she can beat the others, the American youngster is of betting interest!

One point on each player.


Odds: 8.58 Pinnacle


Odds: 45.00 Betfair (minus commission)


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