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Wimbledon 2022 Betting Preview: Things You Need to Know

Dabble in Wimbledon 2022 betting with a go-to preview. One of the most popular tennis tournaments is in action and it's time to tune in for a fantastic spectacle.

A general shot of Centre Court ahead of the 2021 Wimbledon tennis tournament© Reuters

Wimbledon has long been a summer staple for tennis enthusiasts, with fans around the world tuning in to watch the oldest Grand Slam tournament in the history of the sport.

With the US Open perhaps a close second, few would argue that Wimbledon is by far the most prestigious tennis tournament around the globe. Wimbledon 2022 is not only a fantastic spectacle, but it also offers myriad betting opportunities.

With the drama of the third major event of the season set to reach fever pitch, now is the time to engage in the Grand Slam betting frenzy. If this is your first time betting on Wimbledon, our extensive preview will help to deliver a service with a smile!

Wimbledon 2022 bets to consider for beginners

Such is the competitive nature of the greatest Grand Slam on the planet, it's little wonder that bookmakers jostle for attention by trying to offer the best possible Wimbledon betting odds.

But if you haven't yet experienced the thrill of betting on tennis, now might be the time to dabble into this exciting world of sports wagering. To do so, though, you'll need to gain an understanding of the most popular betting markets when it comes to tennis — especially at Wimbledon.

Outright winner market

For the tennis betting beginner, it's best to keep things simple. Trying to predict the winner of the men's and women's championships is therefore the best place to start. Outright betting could not be any easier to understand. Predict who you think will win Wimbledon and place a bet on your chosen player. Interestingly, outright tennis betting markets can also offer great value, especially if you've done your research.

To ensure you get the best value on offer before a tournament, it's best to rely upon the welter of statistics that is readily available online. Evaluating important data like previous results at Wimbledon, players' form and fitness and their record competing on grass, will unquestionably give you a head start before placing an outright tennis bet.

Six-time Wimbledon winner Novak Djokovic returns to SW19 the firm odds-on favourite for Wimbledon 2022, but the beauty of tennis betting is that anything can happen. Veteran underdogs often rise to the occasion at Wimbledon, while young and inexperienced players invariably shine on the biggest stage in tennis.

A bonus reminder: Wimbledon is the only one among the other Grand Slam tournaments which is played on grass. And since it is the fastest surface on the circuit, it might be a shout to bet on big servers.

You can check and compare the Wimbledon 2022 odds to give you great insights into the biggest tournament on planet turf.

Set betting

Set betting is one of the most popular markets at Wimbledon. It is also easy to understand and offers great real-time excitement. This popular tennis betting market calls upon enthusiasts of the sport to predict certain outcomes of a match like: the correct final score in sets; the set winner and the correct set score. It's fast, fun and easy to follow, so why not give it a try?

Keep a close eye on Wimbledon winner odds to make informed betting decisions.

Handicap betting

Handicapping betting is commonplace in all sports, with tennis betting no exception to that rule. This technique is applied by bookmakers to even up the odds and has become a popular punt amongst tennis bettors. Favorites and underdogs are often pitched against one another in the early rounds of Wimbledon, with the latter given a betting advantage in the form of better odds than would be the case if you are monitoring the win-only markets.

If there's a particular player you're rooting for, or if you fancy an upset, handicap betting might just be right for you.

Total games (over/under)

Another common market to opt for at Wimbledon is total games — also known as Over/Under betting. In its simplest form, this market challenges sports bettors to predict the overall number of games or sets in a match.

It will then be a case of taking on the bookmakers, who offer a predetermined threshold for you to guess if the number of games and sets are higher or lower than the numbers chalked up by the layers.

Given the biggest tennis tournaments can be unpredictable, the over/under market can sometimes seem challenging. However, the right analytical skills, research and knowledge of the players might increase the likelihood of winning.

What makes Wimbledon 2022 unique?

If you still have doubts about taking the plunge on having a bet on Wimbledon, let us set the scene by considering three things of note at SW19 this year:

Wimbledon 2022 without Roger Federer

Sadly, the eight-times champion will not be at Wimbledon this year. This will be the first time he has missed the tournament since making his debut at the venue in 1998. His loss will be keenly felt as he recovers from further knee injury, but the hope amongst expectant fans is that the legendary player will return to Wimbledon next year.

Blanket ban on Russian and Belarusian Players

The decision was taken to show British sport's position following the Russian invasion of Ukraine and its support for the besieged nation. As a result, star players like Daniil Medvedev and Aryna Sabalenka - and a host of other names - will not be competing at Wimbledon this year.

The return of Serena Williams

The greatest female player in the history of the sport is back. With 23 Grand Slams to her name, and seven Wimbledon titles, Centre Court will again rise to celebrate a true heroine of the sport.

Serena is seriously up against it, though, as she has not played a singles game since she sustained an ankle injury at Wimbledon last year. Williams is a wildcard entrant this year, but few would dare bet against her.

How to watch Wimbledon 2022

The BBC offer live coverage of the championship across TV, radio and all online channels.

Bet on Wimbledon 2022

So now you have gained an understanding about tennis betting and Wimbledon 2022, why not serve an ace by having a bet on the action at SW19?

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