Wimbledon 2023: Draw, Odds, Schedule, Prize Money

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Serbia's Novak Djokovic celebrates after beating Australia's Nick Kyrgios to win the final of the men's singles on day fourteen of the Wimbledon tennis championships in London, Sunday, July 10, 2022.
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Chase Kiddy @chaseakiddy Jul 13, 2023, 2:49 PM

Grass season flies by quickly in the early weeks of summer, but no tennis calendar would be complete without the majesty and grandeur of Wimbledon.

This year’s tournament, which started two weeks later than usual, is once again one of the most popular events of the online sports betting summer calendar. 

Fortunately, BetMGM has you covered with all the tennis betting odds you could ever need to enjoy the peak of grass tennis. 

How Much Does the Winner of Wimbledon Make?

The winner of both the men’s and women’s singles tournament at Wimbledon will each receive a cash prize of £2,350,000. That’s just shy of $3 million.

The total prize purse for Wimbledon is a whopping £44,700,000.

Wimbledon Prize Money

Round ReachedPayout
Winner$2,974,458
Runner-Up$1,487,229
Semifinal$759,436
Quarterfinal$430,347
Round 4$262,005
Round 3$165,810
Round 2$107,587
Round 1, Main Draw$69,615
Q3$45,566
Q2$27,530
Q1$16,138

Wimbledon Schedule

The Wimbledon main draw is scheduled to run through Sunday, July 16. The first round started on the morning of Monday, July 3. 

The women’s singles championship will likely be played on Saturday, July 15, with the men’s singles championship played the next day. 

Wimbledon Draw 2023

The draw was announced on the morning of Friday, June 30. Bettors were quick to attack the tennis odds, and sportsbooks were equally quick to reshuffle the odds based on players’ championship paths through the bracket.

While quarters markets are still being rolled out, it’s clear who some of the early winners are from this draw announcement, based on the odds movement.

On the men’s side, very few bettors are willing to step in front of the freight train that is Novak Djokovic on grass. Many notable competitors, like Holger Rune, Stefanos Tsitsipas, and Felix Auger-Aliassime, all saw drastic shifts in their championship odds. Rune, for instance, dropped from +1400 to +4000.

One men’s player that did get a bump was American Frances Tiafoe, who jumped from +8000 to +5000.

On the women’s side, Iga Swiatek is no longer sharing her favorite status, as the market moved her down to a proper +275 favorite. Elena Rybakina and Aryna Sabalenka moved up from +350 to +550.

Petra Kvitova was one of the only other players who saw an odds shift in her direction, moving down to +1100 from +1400.

Wimbledon Odds: Men’s Tournament

Tennis PlayerCurrent OddsPre-Draw Odds
Novak Djokovic-200-155
Carlos Alcaraz+300+350
Daniil Medvedev+900+800
Jannik Sinner+900+1100
Holger Rune+2000+1400
Christopher Eubanks+4000+50000

Wimbledon Odds: Women’s Tournament

Tennis PlayerCurrent OddsPre-Draw Odds
Aryna Sabalenka+175+350
Elena Rybakina+200+350
Elina Svitolina+450+10000
Marketa Vondrousova+500+10000
Ons Jabeur+600+1800
Madison Keys+3300+4000

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Chase Kiddy

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Chase Kiddy is a writer for BetMGM and co-host of The Lion's Edge, an NFL and college football podcast available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and everywhere else. He has also written for a number of print and online outlets, including the Richmond Times-Dispatch, Washington Post, Daily News-Record, and HERO Sports. His first novel, Cave Paintings, is in development.

Chase Kiddy is a writer for BetMGM and co-host of The Lion's Edge, an NFL and college football podcast available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and everywhere else. He has also written for a number of print and online outlets, including the Richmond Times-Dispatch, Washington Post, Daily News-Record, and HERO Sports. His first novel, Cave Paintings, is in development.