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Ladies 2023 Wimbledon Championship Odds – Cincinnati’s Stearns Makes Wimbledon Debut

Wimbledon is right around the corner, and World Number 1 Iga Swiatek leads the betting field for what should be an exciting fortnight when the most historic tennis tournament begins play on July 3 and runs through July 16.

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Swiatek is the odds-on favorite to win her first Grand Slam title on grass. Still, she’ll face stiff competition from the likes of reigning champion Elena Rybakina and Australian Open champ Aryna Sabalenka.

Cincinnati’s Peyton Stearns is playing her first Wimbledon and is +35000 at DraftKings OH to win the Wimbledon Ladies Championships when the tournament begins Monday, July 3.

Odds to Win the 2023 Wimbledon Ladies Singles Championship (DraftKings)

Player

Country

Championship Odds

Iga Swiatek

Poland

+360

Elena Rybakina

Kazakhstan

+425

Aryna Sabalenka

Belarus

+500

Petra Kvitova

Czechia

+1300

Karolina Muchova

Czechia

+1400

Ons Jabeur

Tunisia

+1400

Barbora Krejikova

Czechia

+2000

Jelena Ostapenko

Latvia

+2500

Cori Gauff

USA

+2800

Beatriz Haddad Maia

Brazil

+2800

Donna Vekic

Croatia

+2800

The Favorites

  • Iga Swiatek: Swiatek is the best player in the world and the No. 1 seed in this event. The three-time French Open champion and 2022 US Open winner has one of the best returns in the game, is solid off both wings, Swiatek hasn’t played well on grass, and reached the Round of 16 in 2021.
  • Elena Rybakina: Rybakina is the reigning champion and is seeded third here. She’s solid from both wings and leads the WTA tour in aces. Rybakina was forced to retire from her third-round French Open match with food poisoning, but outside of that has been a force on tour.
  • Aryana Sabalenka: Sabalenka is the No. 2 seed and reigning Australian Open champ. Sabalenka has a massive forehand to go along with one of the biggest serves on tour and reached the 2021 semis of this event.

The Dark Horses

  • Petra Kvitova: Kvitova is a two-time Wimbledon champ coming from a grass court championship in Berlin. Kvitova is seeded ninth at the event and is currently the No.1 player in the world over the past 52 weeks on grass. Her big serve and all-court game suits her on this surface.
  • Cori Gauff: Gauff reached the Round of 16 in 2022 and has an 11-3 record at Wimbledon. She has one of the best backhands and return games on tour, but her shaky serve and forehand are liabilities at this event.
  • Ons Jabeur: The Tunisian No. 1 and last year’s finalist is a solid grass court player with a less than intimidating serve. Her return game is strong; she can hit with anyone, but her serve isn’t a real weapon and sometimes lets her down in big matches.
  • Jelena Ostapenko: Ostapenko is the second-ranked grasscourt player over the past year. Ostapenko is hard to beat when her big serve and formidable groundstrokes from both wings are working, but she’s also 11th in double faults.

The Sleepers

  • Karolina Pliskova: The No. 18 seed and 2021 Wimbledon finalist is +8000 to win the tournament. Pliskova has struggled to find her form recently, but if she can get hot with her serve and find the court more consistently with her forehand, she could do serious damage to the field.
  • Veronica Kudermetova: Kudermetova is the 12-seed and +4000 to win Wimbledon. Kudermetova is 2-4 lifetime at the All England Club, but her power from both wings and big serve makes her a dangerous opponent who could do some real damage during the fortnight.
  • Peyton Stearns: The Cincinnati, Ohio, native is ranked 56 in the world and is having a great rookie season on tour. She is currently 11-5 overall, 1-1 on grass, and this girl plays big balls from everywhere on the court. She reached the third round at Roland Garros and should win at least a match or two in her inaugural Wimbledon.

Wimbledon 2023 Ladies Champion Prediction

Swiatek is the favorite, but my best bet is for Rybakina to win the 2023 Ladies’ Singles Championship.

Rybakina is the best grasscourt player in the world. She has all the tools necessary to win her second consecutive Wimbledon title, and +425 is as good a price as we’ll get for this market.

The Kazakhstan No. 1 has served up the most aces on the WTA Tour this season, and her big serve and powerful groundstrokes are huge assets on grass. She’s also comfortable finishing points at the net.

Rybakina will also face stiff competition from Kvitova, Sabalenka, Jabuer, and probably Swiatek. Still, Rybakia does a good job handling pressure, and this season is 6-2 vs. the top 10 WTA players in the world.

Finally, this tournament always comes down to who serves and handles the pressure the best, and that player on the grass is Rybakina. She regularly defeats the top 10, rarely loses to players she can easily beat, and is my best bet to win her second Wimbledon title.

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