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Wimbledon will serve up two weeks of fantastic tennis at the end of June and the women's tournament is set for another exciting year at the All England Club. The best of the best women's players on the WTA will be on hand in London for the event.

Wimbledon is one of the great tennis betting opportunities of the year and shouldn't be missed by punters. The tennis event is the third Grand Slam on the calendar. It follows on from the excitement down under at the Australian Open and the brilliance at Roland Garros.

The tennis world will be watching the All England Club in late June. Don't miss the action as the top women's players compete to be the best on grass.

Wimbledon Odds - Outright Winner

Wimbledon odds on the outright winner favour French Open winner Iga Swiatek. Here is a look at the rest of the Wimbledon odds on the top 10 players competing at the tournament:

  • Iga Swiatek 17/10
  • Ashleigh Barty 4/1
  • Naomi Osaka 13/1
  • Cori Gauff 14/1
  • Emma Raducanu 16/1
  • Simona Halep 17/1
  • Paula Badosa 20/1
  • Garbine Muguruza 20/1
  • Ons Jabeur 20/1
  • Karolina Pliskova 25/1

Who Is the Favourite to Win Wimbledon This Year?

Women's tennis world No. 1, Iga Swiatek, heads into the tournament as the favourite according to leading bookies. Swiatek defeated Cori Gauff in the French Open final to claim the title.

Swiatek should fancy her chances of lifting the tournament's trophy. The French Open victory was Swiatek's first ever Grand Slam win. Here best finish at Wimbledon came in 2021 as the 21 year old reached the fourth round. Swiatek was the queen of clay, but can she win on grass?

Who Won Wimbledon in 2021?

Ashleigh Barty won the women's singles tournament in 2021 defeating Karolina Pliskova 6-3, 6(4)-7(7)-6-3. Barty started the women's singles tournament as the No. 1 seed and became the first one seed to win the ladies competition since 2016.

What Dates Are Wimbledon On?

Wimbledon will once again be played at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club. The tournament will start on Monday, June 27, 2022.

When Is the Wimbledon Women's Final?

The women's singles final is set for Saturday, July 9. It will take place one day before the men's final on Sunday, July 10.

Wimbledon Schedule

The tentative Wimbledon schedule is as follows:

  • Monday, June 27 - Tuesday, June 28: Women's first round
  • Wednesday, June 29 - Thursday, June 30: Women's second round
  • Friday, July 1 - Saturday, July 2: Women's third round
  • Sunday, July 3 - Monday, July 4: Women's fourth round
  • Tuesday, July 5 - Wednesday, July 6; Women's quarterfinals
  • Thursday, July 7: Women's semifinals
  • Saturday, July 9: Women's final

Wimbledon - The Field

There will be 128 women competing at the All England Club in the women's bracket. The players will compete over the course of two weeks. To win Wimbledon, a player must make it through all seven stages. Like the other Grand Slams, Wimbledon not only tests a player's skills and ability but their stamina.

Who Has The Most Wimbledon Titles?

American tennis legend Martina Navratilova holds the record for most Wimbledon women's titles. Navratilova won the tournament nine times in the open era. She won Wimbledon for the first time in 1978 and the last tournament was won in 1990.

American Helen Mills Moody won the tournament eight times between 1927 and 1938. Moody competed during the amateur era.

Will Serena Williams Play Wimbledon?

Tennis fans around the world have rejoiced at the news that Serena Williams will play at Wimbledon 2022. The 23 time Grand Slam winner announced via social media that she plans to play the tournament.

Williams has been sidelined since last year's Wimbledon after suffering an injury. In 11 previous appearances at The Championships in London, Williams has won the tournament on seven occasions.

Will Emma Raducanu Play Wimbledon?

Injuries have derailed Emma Raducanu this season. The English player has retired early from three matches in 2022 due to various injury problems.

Raducanu's most recent injury is a side strain. She suffered it recently at the Nottingham Open. Of 19 matches played in 2022, Raducanu has retired early three times.

Despite the injuries, Raducanu is expected to play at Wimbledon. She is considered one of the favourites, but her recent rash of injuries could affect her in London.

Will Naomi Osaka Play Wimbledon?

Naomi Osaka has not yet committed to playing at Wimbledon. She has dismissive of Wimbledon banning Russian and Belarussian players from the competition, and WTA points not being rewarded this year.

Osaka believes without WTA points being awarded; The Championships will be an "exhibition". At the time of this writing, she is leaning toward skipping the tournament, but no official decision has been announced.

Are Russian Tennis Players At Wimbledon?

Russian and Belarussian players won't be allowed to play at Wimbledon this year. The move comes on the heels of Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

Despite Wimbledon's stance on Russian tennis players, the French Open welcomed players from Russia and Belarus to Roland Garros. According to the USTA, there is no decision at the moment whether players from Russia or Belarus will be banned from the US Open in August. Russian and Belarussian players on the WTA, ATP, and ITF tours have been allowed to continue competing as long as they do so under a neutral flag.

Why Are There No WTA Points Awarded at Wimbledon This Year?

There will be no WTA points awarded at Wimbledon 2022. The ATP and WTA announced the absence of points being handed out at the tournament due to the omission of Russian and Belarussian players.

WTA player Osaka has been critical of Wimbledon for banning players from Russia and Belarus. She believes The Championships will simply be an "exhibition" with a lack of WTA points on the line. Other players from both the WTA and ATP such as Novak Djokovic have also expressed their frustrations with Wimbledon over the banning of players.