Wimbledon 2023 will run from Monday, 3 July to Sunday, 16 July 2023. As always, the event will take place in Wimbledon, located on the outskirts of London, England.
Who is Playing in the Men’s Wimbledon Championship?
The men’s Wimbledon tournament is one of the most-watched sporting events in Europe, and the best male tennis players in the world all want to do well at the event.
Legendary Swiss player Roger Federer is the most decorated player in men’s Wimbledon history, with an incredible eight titles. Rafael Nadal has also historically done well at Wimbledon, winning two titles and impressing fans with his dogged rivalry with Federer.
Of the current players, all eyes will be on Novak Djokovic as he looks to add to his seven Wimbledon titles this year. Young Spaniard Carlos Alcaraz has had an impressive season, winning the Madrid Open in May. Will he pull out all the stops at Wimbledon this year, or will Greek player Stefanos Tstisipas go the distance in London?
Wimbledon fans love a home-grown hero, and Andy Murray will be looking for glory at Wimbledon in 2023 after an impressive start to the season. The Scotsman is one of the greatest British players ever and always has raucous support on home soil.
Whoever wins in July, we are guaranteed a summer feast of tennis on the grass in London, as is always the case when Wimbledon gets underway.
Format & Schedule of Wimbledon 2023
Wimbledon will be played over fourteen days at the start of July. Organisers have done away with the “middle Sunday” that historically provided a day of rest to players.
The men’s singles first round will take place at the start of July, and the winners of each round will progress through to the competition’s knockout stages.
The final is scheduled on Wimbledon’s Centre Court for Sunday, 16 July. The women’s Wimbledon Championship runs concurrently with the men’s event.
How to Bet on Men’s Wimbledon Tennis & Tennis Bet Types
Stake.com is the home of tennis betting and the perfect place for Wimbledon betting. Here are some of the different tennis bet types that you can place on your favourite players this year:
The easiest way to bet on Wimbledon is to pick the winner of a match-up. Also known as a head-to-head bet, the moneyline is a wager on one player to defeat another on the court and progress to the next round of the competition.
An outright Wimbledon bet is a wager on the player you think will win the tournament. You can place an outright wager before the tournament or when the action is underway.
A correct score bet in tennis is a bet on the final score of a match. For instance, you might think a Wimbledon match will end 3-0 or 3-1 in favour of a player.
In tennis, a handicap bet is a wager on a player you think will win, with a handicap applied. So, for instance, the favourite will need to overcome a one-set handicap to win against their opponent.
An over/under tennis bet is a totals bet and is a wager on how many sets (or games) you think will be played in a match. All you need to do is predict whether under or over the total given will be played.
A double result bet on tennis allows you to bet on two outcomes with the same stake – for instance, the first set and outright winner of a match.
X set winner
As tennis is a game of sets, you can bet on which player you think will win the first, second, or even third set.
X set total games
A bet on the total number of games that you think will be played in a specific set. Again, this is an over/under bet.
1st set correct score
A correct score bet enables you to bet on the exact score you think the first set will finish, be it 6-1, 6-2, or 6-3, for example.
An exact sets bet is a wager on the number of sets you think will be played in a match, for instance, 3, 4, or 5.
Live Betting Options for Men’s Wimbledon Tennis
As well as making pre-tournament and pre-match selections, you can also place live bets while watching Wimbledon. Live tennis betting options include the player you think will win the next game, how many faults you believe will occur in a game, and even who you think will win the next point.
At Stake.com, you can adjust your settings to view the best tennis odds in different ways – fractional (4/1), decimal (4.0), or American (+400). Stake.com is a crypto-only casino that offers instant deposits and withdrawals via Moonpay. Find out more about payouts by referring to our depositing and withdrawal guide.
Our sports betting guide has more helpful tips and information to inform your Wimbledon betting strategy.
Other Major ATP Tennis Tournaments
Wimbledon is one of the four tennis Grand Slams, alongside the French, US, and Australian Open. Other major events on the ATP calendar include the Madrid Open and the Monte Carlo Masters, each of which you can bet on at Stake.