2021 Wimbledon Men’s Singles Predictions and Early Odds
2021 Wimbledon Men’s Singles Odds
The odds for the 2021 Wimbledon Men’s Singles are provided by bet365 NJ Sportsbook.
|2021 Wimbledon||bet365 NJ|
|Felix Auger Aliassime||+3300|
|Alex De Minaur||+4000|
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Wimbledon Men’s Singles 2021 Location and Key Dates
|When||June 28 to July 11|
|Where||All England Club in London, United Kingdom|
Best Picks for the 2021 Wimbledon Men’s Singles Tournament
Current Ranking: #1, 10,220 points
Career Singles Titles: 79
Wimbledon Record: 72-10, 5 titles
2019 Wimbledon Result: Champion
Djokovic continued his recent dominance at Wimbledon in 2019, winning his fourth title in six years.
And given his form prior to the coronavirus-enforced suspension of the season, it would be hard to consider any other player as the favorite.
The Serb legend remains undefeated in 2020, with 18 wins in 18 matches.
Djokovic captured his record-setting eighth Australian Open title before adding another trophy at the Dubai Championship.
He also led Team Serbia to the inaugural ATP Cup title in January.
Djokovic has his best shot since 2015 to complete the Grand Slam, as long as he keeps playing at that same level in 2021.
Current Ranking: #4, 6,630 points
Career Singles Titles: 103
Wimbledon Record: 101-13, 8 titles
2019 Wimbledon Result: Runner-up
No matter the circumstances, Federer will always be among the favorites to win at Wimbledon.
The Swiss legend came close to winning his ninth title in 2019, having served.</ for two match points in the final against Djokovic.
Federer made it to the semifinals five times in the last six years, reaching the final on four occasions and winning the 2017 title.
He will be coming off a knee surgery once the ATP Tour returns to action, so keep an eye on how his recovery goes.
If the rest of the season does get canceled as well, Federer will be one of the main beneficiaries of a year-long recovery break.
Current Ranking: #2, 9,850 points
Career Singles Titles: 85
Wimbledon Record: 53-12, 2 titles
2019 Wimbledon Result: Semifinals
Much like two years ago, the Big Three once again looks like the best picks for 2021.
The grass is arguably Nadal’s worst surface, but he did make it to consecutive semifinals at Wimbledon in the last two editions.
On the other hand, the Spaniard legend hasn’t reached the final at the All England Club since 2011 and hasn’t won a title since the 2010 epic against Federer.
That being said, he is still at the top of his game despite some ups-and-downs in 2020, and will likely be among the favorites once again in 2021.
2021 Wimbledon Men’s Singles FAQ
When is the 2021 Wimbledon Men’s Singles Tournament?
The 2021 Wimbledon men’s singles tournament will be played from June 28 to July 11.
The 2020 edition of the tournament marked its first cancelation since World War II.
Who Won the 2019 Wimbledon Men’s Singles Titles?
Novak Djokovic was the 2019 Wimbledon men’s singles champion, his fifth title at the All England Club, and 16th career major.
Who Has the Most Men’s Singles Titles at Wimbledon?
Roger Federer holds the record in men’s singles titles at Wimbledon among past and present players with eight.