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Wimbledon Odds women

Wimbledon 2021 for women: Winner

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Wimbledon 2021 Womens: the second Grand Slam of the calendar year is the oldest tennis tournament in existence. A strict dress code is imposed, and traditions and customs rule the roost. Martina Navratilova has won a record nine Wimbledons, the most of both men and women, and this massive tournament commands an impressive 2.35 million pounds in prize money and has been the same for women and men since 2007.

Wimbledon 2020 has unfortunately been cancelled so this means that Simona Halep will enter the 2021 edition as defending champion. She will undoubtedly be one of the favourites to win the prestigious tournament, and she’ll be raring to defend Wimbledon for the first time. Her aggressive baseline play suits the fast pace of Wimbledon’s famous grass nicely.

Someone who can never be counted out is most definitely Serena Williams, a six-time winner of Wimbledon. She will have an extra incentive at the next edition of the British Open as she has fallen at the final hurdle twice in a row, losing finals versus Halep and Angélique Kerber. A proven Grand Slam and Wimbledon winner, her powerful play can sometimes be enough to sweep away even the most astute tennis players.

Another contender is the Australian Ashleigh Barty. She could potentially be the favourite to win despite only ever getting to the fourth round beforehand. Her game has massively improved over the last few years, and her well rounded and tricky playbook is very difficult for opponents to deal with. She is a proven top performer in several sports and can never be ignored.

There will be a multitude of other contenders, with players from all over the world vying to win the grass court Grand Slam. Alizé Cornet of France could potentially stand a chance, with her energetic play giving her a few impressive victories in recent times. Angélique Kerber has already won Wimbledon and will be hoping to return to London for another victory.