Wimbledon 2022 tournament: €3,500 to win

25 June 2022

With Wimbledon, the third Grand Slam of the year 2022 starts on Monday, June 27. After Sunday, July 10, we will know who follows in the victorious footsteps of Novak Djokovic and Ashleigh Barty. If you already have an inkling as to who will win this year’s editions of the Championships, you’re very much invited to place your best tennis bets now. We have a tournament with €3,500 to win!

Wimbledon betting tournament

Maybe you’re a tennis fan that already has an idea on which tennis player to bet this Wimbledon. Or maybe you’re still waiting on the perfect opportunity to place a bet as the action develops. Well, our tennis betting tournament is for all types of players! In this tournament, you’ll race for points every day of the Championships (June 27 – July 10). You bet at least €2 in multi bets, and if you have a winning bet, you could see the odds of this winning bet changed into leaderboard points. One winning bet with the highest odds per day will count here. Whoever wins the most points by the end of Wimbledon will win the biggest part of the €3,500 prize pool. Are you our smartest tennis bettor?


Wimbledon 2022

In the women’s tournament, last year’s winner Ashleigh Barty won’t defend her title: after winning the Australian Open earlier this year, the Australian world number 1 left the international tennis scene on that high note. There are plenty of strong contenders waiting to take her place, though. @2.47, Iga Świątek is a solid, albeit low-reward choice for the Grand Slam title – still great for a multi bet, of course. Other players to keep an eye on are Naomi Osaka, Cori Gauff, and Simona Halep.


As far as the men’s tournament is concerned, there’s little in the way of Novak Djokovic. @1.81, his odds for winning another Grand Slam title seem pretty much only good for a quick and easy win, or for a multi bet with similar odds. Here, you should keep track of how revelation Carlos Alcaraz is performing as he progresses in the tournament. Likewise, Rafael Nadal is still hanging on, and recently beat Djokovic in the French Open. Can you predict how Wimbledon will go this year?